Anglo-french Hounds

Anglo-French Hounds evolved over several centuries until about 1957 when they became the dogs that we know today. It was also in this year that each breed was given its own distinction and name. All of these dogs were developed to hunt in large packs, and they were used to hunt small or large game depending on the specific breed. Typically, hounds of this type were followed by hunters on horseback, and they either tracked the game and killed it or chased it back towards the hunters. Today, they are registered with such canine registries as the Societe Centrale Canine, the United Kennel Club and various breed-specific organizations.

Anglo-French Hounds, more formally known as Anglo-Francais Hounds, are actually a group of French hunting dogs that were created by mixing French Scent hounds and English Foxhounds. These dogs were developed to hunt in packs and do not make good household pets. There are seven different types of Anglo-French Hounds, and they are as follows: French Tricolor Hound, Grand Anglo-French Tricolor Hound, French White and Orange Hound, Grand Anglo-French White and Orange Hound, French Black and White Hound, Grand Anglo-French Black and White Hound, and Anglo-French Small Venerie Hound. Anglo-French Hounds are medium-sized dogs that weigh anywhere from 40 to 80 pounds as adults. The Small Venerie is the smallest of these dogs, with adults growing to about 40 to 50 pounds. Most varieties of Anglo-French Hounds have tri-colored coats; however, some varieties have orange and white, lemon and white, or black and white hair. These are short-haired, muscular dogs that have long floppy ears, long tails and lanky legs. Personality: Due to their strong hunting and pack instincts, they do not make good companion or household pets. Anglo-French Hounds do best when kept in large packs and used for hunting purposes.

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Life Span
10 - 13 years
Other Names
The Anglo-Francais De Moyen Venerie, and the Medium French-English Hound., Anglo-french Hounds

Anglo-french Hounds Build Information

Size
Medium

Anglo-French Hounds, more formally known as Anglo-Francais Hounds, are actually a group of French hunting dogs that were created by mixing French Scent hounds and English Foxhounds. These dogs were developed to hunt in packs and do not make good household pets. There are seven different types of Anglo-French Hounds, and they are as follows: French Tricolor Hound, Grand Anglo-French Tricolor Hound, French White and Orange Hound, Grand Anglo-French White and Orange Hound, French Black and White Hound, Grand Anglo-French Black and White Hound, and Anglo-French Small Venerie Hound. Anglo-French Hounds are medium-sized dogs that weigh anywhere from 40 to 80 pounds as adults.

The Small Venerie is the smallest of these dogs, with adults growing to about 40 to 50 pounds.

Most varieties of Anglo-French Hounds have tri-colored coats; however, some varieties have orange and white, lemon and white, or black and white hair. These are short-haired, muscular dogs that have long floppy ears, long tails and lanky legs.

Behaviour and Personality

Kid Friendliness
Affection Level
Activity Level

Due to their strong hunting and pack instincts, they do not make good companion or household pets. Anglo-French Hounds do best when kept in large packs and used for hunting purposes.

Appearance

Shedding
Moderate
Grooming
Low Maintenance

Unless your Anglo-French Hound gets particularly dirty, an occasional bathing and brushing with a hound glove is practically all the grooming your pet will need. However, you will want to check its nails regularly and clip them with a pliers-type clipper whenever necessary.

Breed's Talents and Facts

Training
Easy to train
  • It is thought that various types of Anglo-French Hounds have been around since the 16th century
  • Depending on the variety, these hounds are used to hunt game as small as rabbits and as large as deer
  • It is considered a fault for any Anglo-French Hound to be aggressive

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Common Health Conditions in Anglo-french Houndss

All Anglo-French Hound breeds are quite hardy, and there have been no serious health issues reported for them. Nevertheless, due to their long floppy ears, you will need to check the canal regularly for any inflammation or infections. Additionally, if you use your hound for hunting, make sure to keep its eyes clean to avoid conjunctivitis.

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