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Breed group: Hounding Type: Pure Breed Talent: Hunting
Size: Large Weight: 55-65 lbs Fur length: Short Ears: Flappy Fur type: Straight Fur Color: Black & White
Life Expectancy: 12-14 years Rarity: Uncommon Availability: Hard to find Climate: Good for every climate.
The Levesque is a large hunting dog with an athletic built that allows for incredible speed over long distances. This full of energy dog originated in USA. These dogs move with fast and smooth gallop and are excellent when it comes to long distance running.
This dog stands between 25-28 inches and weighs about 55-65 lbs. It has a strong but short head that is slightly elongated. Brown eyes are obliquely set. Long ears hang down the head. Wide shoulders blend smoothly into the body. The back is long and muscular. The tail is long. Its coat is short, close and coarse and the most common colors that these dogs are seen in include black and white.
This breed is NOT recognized by AKC or any other major kennel club.
The Levesque dog is mostly seen in black and white coloring.
This dog has short, close and coarse coat that is low maintenance in nature.
The Levesque is a lively and fun loving dog that is friendly, loving and loyal to its family and owner. The dog is gentle and tolerant with children and likes to play with them. Though generally obedient to its master, it can be stubborn sometimes due to its independent nature. It needs a firm and confident owner. It is a highly energetic breed that will need lots of physical stimulation to keep itself busy and happy.
The short coat of this breed is low maintenance in nature and will only need weekly brushing.
The Levesque dog is independent in nature and may show stubborn behavior when it comes to training. It is not a breed for every one as the dog will need a firm and strong owner who can guide this dog with firm hand.
As an energetic breed, the Levesque is best suited to families with a large yard or even better if it is allowed to live in a suburban or rural setting where the dog will have lots of open spaces to run and play and consequently let off steam.