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Great Anglo-Francais Tricolor Hound

The color, balance and natural distinction of this breed comes from the French hounds in its lineage, while the foxhound provided its powerful muscles and strong body.

About the Great Anglo-Francais Tricolor Hound

In France, the Great Anglo-French Tricolor is highly rated as a perfect cross. These solid hounds, more French than English, possess a certain distinction, expressing various degrees of their foxhound origins.

Regarded as the most robust of the pack hounds, Tricolors have been popular with hunters for decades, due in part to their strength, stamina and hardiness of their English ancestors. Since its official recognition in 1978, the breed has been a regular in the hunting pack.

Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)

Breed specifics

Country
France
Group
FCI Group 6
Size category
Large
Avg life expectancy
12–14 years

Hard-working / Resilient

Key facts

  • Requires minimal grooming
  • Requires outdoor space
  • Needs a lot of exercise

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