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Breed group: Hounding Type: Hybrid Talent:
Size: Medium Weight: 50-70 pounds Fur length: Short Ears: Flappy Fur type: Straight Fur Color: Brown & White
Life Expectancy: About 12 15 years Rarity: Uncommon Availability: Hard to find Climate: Good for every climate.
The Grand anglo-fran�ais blanc et orange translated into English as the Great Anglo-Francais White and Orange Hound, is a breed of dog used in hunting as a scenthound, usually in packs. It is one of the Anglo-French hound breeds which were created by crossing French scenthounds with English (Anglo) foxhounds.
Grand anglo-fran�ais blanc et orange is descended from crosses between the Billy and Foxhounds in the late 1800s. The names of all the various Anglo-French hound breeds and varieties were all officially described with the term "anglo- fran�ais" in 1957. They are used as a pack dog to hunt large game such as Roe Deer, boar, or smaller animals such as fox. Although these are large dogs, "Grand" does not necessarily refer to the size of the dogs. "In most cases it is simply a label for a pack that is used for larger game".
Grand anglo-fran�ais blanc et orange is recognized in its country of origin by the Soci�t� Centrale Canine (French Kennel Club) and internationally by the F�d�ration Cynologique Internationale in Group 6, Scenthounds. It is bred and kept primarily as a hunting dog, not as a pet or show dog. The breed has been exported to North America, where it is recognized by the United Kennel Club in its Scenthound Group. It is also registered by minor kennel clubs and internet dog registry businesses, and is promoted as a rare breed for those seeking a unique pet.
Coat colour is white with white-lemon or white-orange marks, the orange should not appear to be red.
Their coat is short and double coated.
This is a hound suitable for all game, very good hunter and excellent tracker. With his master and his family, the Grand anglo-francais blanc et orange was amiable, intelligent and friendly. Like all hounds, he needs exercise and is not recommended in town, despite his mild-mannered and affable, including with children.
Very little grooming and brushing maintenance is required as they shed very little to none. Bathing should be done when necessary.
This breed is intelligent and are very easy to train. They will require a firm, fair and consistent trainer for best results on training. They will not respond to harsh methods but with positive reinforcements.
They are normally active indoors and are recommended to get average exercise routines for them to be physically and mentally healthy.