Wikipetia - Hounds Dogs

Afghan Hound

Afghan Hounds are a very ancient breed of dogs, it is believed that the modern breed originated from the cross of an older breed of Afghan Hound with a breed like Saluki.


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Africanis

The Africanis dog is a short-coated, medium-sized breed with a well-muscled body which is slightly longer than tall. it is originated from South Africa, and believed to be a very ancient breed.


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American English Coonhound

The American English Coonhound is known for its speed and endurance. It has the strength, grace and attitude required to be a capable hunter and a professional athlete.


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American Foxhound

The American foxhound is slighter of bone and higher on leg than the English foxhound, with more rear angulation and arch over the loin.


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American Staghound

The American Staghound is not recognized as a breed, but is a type of sighthound that is used to pursue (course) a variety of quarry (game).


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Andalusian Hound

As in the Portuguese Podengo, the Andalusian Hound comes in three sizes (large, medium and small) and with three types of coat (wire-haired, long-haired and smooth).


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Ariegeois

The Ariegeois normally weighs approximately 28–30 kg.


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Austrian Black and Tan Hound

Colouring in this breed is highly important; it must be black with small, clearly defined, light to dark fawn markings.


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Basenji

The basenji is square-proportioned and high on leg.


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Basset Artesien Normand

The Basset Artesien Normand, or, as it is often referred to, BAN, is a long, well-shaped dog breed developed in France, which lives with great liveliness and joy.


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Basset Bleu de Gascogne

The first and immediate impression of a Basset Bleu de Gascogne should be that of a hound with substance and staying power.


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Basset Fauve de Bretagne

The Basset Fauve de Bretagne is a smallish hound, built along the same lines as the Basset Hound, but lighter all through and longer in the leg.


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Basset Hound

The basset's long, heavy body and short legs make it easy to follow on foot and give it an edge in dense cover.


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Bavarian Mountain Hound

Originated from Germany, the Bavarian Mountain Scent Hound is mostly known for its outstanding “cold nose” tracking ability. Dogs of this breed are very attached to their masters and family.


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Beagle

Beagles are medium-sized dogs that were originally intended for hunting hares, and now often used to find various prohibited items.


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Beagle-Harrier

The Beagle Harrier appears to be either a larger Beagle or a smaller Harrier.


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Black and Tan Coonhound

The black and tan coonhound's moderate build gives it a blend of strength, speed and agility.


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Black Mouth Cur

The Black Mouth Cur is a powerful, agile tree dog of medium size.


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Bloodhound

The bloodhound is a steadfast trailer, built for endurance rather than speed.


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Blue Picardy Spaniel

A Blue Picardy Spaniel on average is around 22–24 inches (56–61 cm) high at the withers and weighs 43–45 pounds (20–20 kg).


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