Recognised as a born hunter by users and enthusiasts alike, who even claim that it does not need training.
About the Braque Francais Gascogne-type
These noble-looking pointers are powerful, but in no way heavy, robust and strong limbed. The females are finer. The skin is supple and fairly loose. The Braque Francais comes in two different types: the large Gascogne type and the small Pyrénées type.
They originally came from south-west France and the central Pyreneans respectively, where they remained pure types. In recent decades they have become the most popular of the French pointers and the original brown Braque is said to be the ancestor of most European pointers.
Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)