||A very old breed, French in type, receptive and determined, distinguished in its shapes and
gaits. Well proportioned construction, robust without heaviness.
||Black with white spotting (white and black). Black with tan markings (black and tan). Black with light tan markings.
Fawn with white spotting (white and orange). Fawn with black mantle and white spotting (tricolor). Fawn with black overlay.
Pale fawn with black overlay and white spotting. Pale fawn with black overlay. Traditional name: hare color, wolf color,
badger color or wild boar color.
||Long without exaggeration, sometimes bushy and harsh (coarse and hard); undercoat dense; the belly and the inside of
||Fine nose, has a beautiful voice; assiduous on the track, does not refuse thorny undergrowth, needs large territories.
||Docile, but willful and passionate, needs to be kept well in hand.
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