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2008-05-24 22:17:52

The Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen is a French hunting dog used for hunting rabbit, hare, boar and deer, as well as for companionship. The breed generally stands 15 to 17 inches tall. Its coat can be one of several different colors: black with white, black with tan, fawn with white, fawn with black, and pale fawn with white or black overlays. The breed is known for being a pack dog. Due to its nature it needs plenty of attention from its owner, or if nothing else, a companion animal to...

2008-05-06 22:23:04

The Basset Hound is a scent hound; its sense of tracking second only to that of the Bloodhound. Basset is derived from the French word "bas" plus a suffix, translating literally to "rather low". This is no exaggeration as the Basset Hound is only around 13 to 15 inches high and has very short legs. What the Basset lacks in height it makes up for in weight, weighing between 50 and 70 pounds. It is a large dog on short legs, originally bred by the French to have dwarfism. It is a very long...

2008-05-06 22:21:10

The Basset Fauve de Bretagne is a short-legged scent hound. It stands barely over a foot high and is the shortest backed of all the basset breeds. It has short, fine, dark hair on its ears and coarse, dense, lighter hair on its coat. The ears just reach the end of the nose instead of trailing on the ground like other Bassets. The breed was developed in France, and was once a rare breed, but now stands its ground as a show dog, family pet and scent hound. It is a loving, outgoing breed that...

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