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and interviewed by The Oregon Live,
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appreciate the wonderful gift of friendship
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Group: Hound Dogs.
AKC Ranking: 155
About English Foxhound
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The English Foxhound was
carefully bred with the Greyhound, the Bulldog,
and the Fox Terrier.
The English Foxhound is an
elegant, clean-cut, athletic hound, with a
long muzzle and wide skull, long neck and
strong hindquarters. Its large brown eyes
have a sweet expression. The ears lay flat
to the head. Proven hunting hounds often have
the bottom edge of their ears rounded (shortened)
to avoid nicks and tears during the hunt.
The legs are absolutely straight, with round,
The short, hard, easy care coat
is usually tri-color (black, white & tan), or
bi-color with a white background.
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Dogs 22-25 inches (56-63 cm.)
Bitches 21-24 inches (53-61 cm.)
pounds (29-32 kg.)
The English Foxhound is a very
active, loyal, tireless, bold and passionate hunter.
They are friendly with people and excellent with
children, but prefer to be in the company of other
dogs and does quite well with other animals. The
English Foxhound likes to bay. It is ready to be
retired at the age of about seven or eight. This
breed is still primarily a pack hunting dog, though
show lines can make good companions if given sufficient
English Foxhounds are not recommended
for apartment life. They are very active indoors
and do best with acreage. They are usually kept
in pack kennels of 20-30 dogs.
They need to be taken on a daily,
long, brisk walk, run or jog, preferably on leash.
It can become destructive if confined too much.
It is responsive and obedient to his master, but
training takes patience.
The short, hard coat of this average
shedder is easy to care for. It should be combed
and brushed with a firm bristle brush, and shampooed
only when necessary.
It is a very healthy breed. Occasionally
seen are chronic hip dysplasia, renal disease, and
An average of 10 years.
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