|Overview:||By crossing the Petit Bleu de Gascogne with bearded hounds, such as the Wirehaired Pointer, French hunters created the Petit Griffon de Gascogne in the 18th century as a rugged and hard working gundog for a variety of game, capable of whitstanding even the harshest of climates. Apart from coat type, this breed is physically very similar to its shorthaired cousins, but is reportedly much more aggressive and driven than other Gascony hounds.|
|Breed Group:||Gun Dog|
|Colors:||Slate blue, with black and tan.|
|Coat:||The coat is harsh, wiry and wavy.|
|Character:||Petit Griffon de Gascogne is a trainable and well-mannered companion when properly socialized and handled.|
|Country of Origin:||France|
Breed Group: Gun Dog Weight (lbs): 40-60 Height (in): 22-24 Colors: This breed comes in a wonderful variety of colors that will please just about every Setter lover out there. The colors you will see are White and Orange, White and Black, White and Chestnut, White and Lemon and Tri-colored, which can consist of white/ black / tan, or white / chestnut / tan. Chestnut tri-colors are rare.
Breed Group: Gun Dog Weight (lbs): 50-70 Height (in): 23-26 Colors: white with black patches