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FRENCH WHITE AND BLACK HOUND (Chien français blanc et noir)

 

FCI-Standard N° 220 / 15.09.1997 / GB

 

TRANSLATION : Mrs. Peggy Davis, revised by Dr. Paschoud..

ORIGIN : France.

DATE DE PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 15.12.1959.

UTILIZATION : Pack Hound for big game.

FCI-CLASSIFICATION :     Group 6            Scenthounds and                      
                                                                        related breeds.
                                               Section 1.1        Large sized Hounds.
                                               With working trial.

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GENERAL APPEARANCE  : Large pack  hound of distinguished quality,  but powerfully built, giving thus an impression of balance.

HEAD : Rather imposing  and fairly long, in  hamony with the whole  of the dog without ever being heavy or coarse, but expressive and well carried.

CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Slightly domed, rather narrow without exaggeration.  Occipital protuberance apparent without excess, but sufficient to avoid the skull to appear too flat.  The superciliary arches can be slightly prominent (reminiscent of Levesque blood).
Stop : Slightly marked.

FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Black ; nostrils well open.
Muzzle : Preferably a little arched. 
Lips : Covering the lower lip.
Eyes : Dark, intelligent and trusting expression.
Leathers : Set at  eye level, slightly curled;  preferably they extend
to the set-on of the nose and must come to at least 2 fingers of it.

NECK : Quite long and strong, with sometimes a trace of dewlap.

BODY :
Back : Rather long but well sustained.
Loin : Muscled and well joined.
Chest : Higher than  it is broad and let down at least to the point of
the elbows.  Ribs long and moderately sprung.
Belly : Slightly tucked up but leaving sufficient room for bowels.

TAIL : Quite thick at its root, rather long, carried elegantly.

LIMBS :

FOREQUARTERS : Strong and well positioned. 
Shoulders : Long, lean and oblique.
Elbows : Close to the body.

HINDQUARTERS :
Hips : Oblique, in any case extending by a good length to the point of
the buttocks.
Thighs : Long and sufficiently muscled.
Hocks : Close to the ground, broad, powerful and slightly bent.

FEET : Rather elongated but lean and resistant.

GAIT/MOVEMENT : Supple and extended gallop.

SKIN : White under white hair, black under black hair with sometimes sub-cutaneous patches on the belly and inner thighs of blue colour or not so dark.

COAT

HAIR : Short, quite strong and dense.

COLOUR  :  Obligatory white and black, with a black mantle (saddle) or with more or less extended black markings, with black or bluish speckling, or even speckles of tan colour, but these permitted only on the legs.   A pale tan marking  above each eye as well as a pale tan on the cheeks, below  the eyes, below the  leathers and at the base of the tail.  As in the Gascon-Saintongeois, the "roebuck mark" is quite frequently on the thigh.

SIZE : Large sized  hounds : from 65 to 72 cm for the males and from 62 to 68 cm for the bitches.

FAULTS : Any departure  from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and  the seriousness with which  the fault should be  regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.

  • Skull  too  broad,  too  round  or  too flat.
  • Superciliary arches too prominent.
  • Stop  too  accentuated.
  • Light nose.
  • Any trace of depigmentation, whatever it may be.
  • Overshot or undershot  mouth.
  • Light eyes.
  • Leathers flat,  too short or badly  set.
  • Excessive dewlap.
  • Legs thin or  badly positioned.
  • Feet fat.
  • Tricolour coat, tan  too bright, black on the cheeks extending to the  lips. 
  • Any  apparent trace of English hound blood in the head and Poitevin aspect of  the head under the colours white and black. 
  • Timid dogs.

Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

 

 N.B. : Male animals  should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

FRENCH WHITE AND ORANGE HOUND
(Français blanc et orange)

FCI-Standard N° 316 /  18.06.1996 / GB

 

TRANSLATION : Mrs Peggy Davis.

ORIGIN : France.

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 01.02.1982.

UTILIZATION : Scenthound.

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. :Group     6   Scenthounds and related
                                                                 related breeds.
                                             Section 1.1   Large-sized Hounds.
                                             With working trial.

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Typical French hound, distinguished, giving an impression of being rustic.

HEAD : Quite large, moderately elongated.

 

CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Slightly domed, occipital crest barely marked.  Without prominent superciliary arches.
Stop : Well marked.

FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Well developed, black, brown-orange.
Muzzle : Of almost equal length to that of the skull.
Lips : Quite pronounced giving the muzzle a certain squareness.
Eyes : Large, brown and dark.
Ears : Set slightly below eye level, supple, fine, slightly twisted and reaching to about to two fingers from the on-set of the nose.

NECK : Straight, quite long, slight dewlap.

BODY :
Back : Broad and straight.
Loin : Normally arched.
Croup : Round without falling away.
Chest : Broad.  Ribs rounded.
Flank : Well filled.

TAIL : Long.

LIMBS

FOREQUARTERS : Strong and broad.
Shoulders : Sloping and well muscled.

HINDQUARTERS :
Thighs : Very muscular.
Hocks : Near to the ground and slightly bent.

FEET : Hare-feet.

GAIT/MOVEMENT : Rather easy, gallop light and sustained.

SKIN : White with yellow or orange markings; the palate can be yellow.  Scrotum white or yellow.

COAT

HAIR : Short and fine.

COLOUR :  White-lemon or white and orange on condition that the orange is not too dark going on to red.

SIZE :
Height at the withers : 62-70 cm with 2 cm tolerance for the maximum size.

FAULTS : Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.

  • Faulty conformation.
  • Muzzle thin or too long.
  • Overshot or undershot mouth.
  • Light eyes.
  • Tail curved up or deviated.
  • Colours of the coat other than those previously mentioned, particularly black or red hair.
  • Depigmentation.

Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

N.B. : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

FRENCH TRICOLOUR HOUND
(Chien français tricolore)

FCI-Standard N° 219 / 15.09.1997 / GB

 

TRANSLATION : Mrs. Peggy Davis, revised by Dr. Paschoud.

ORIGIN : France.

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 13.01.1965.

UTILIZATION : Pack Hound for big game.

FCI CLASSIFICATION :      Group 6            Scenthounds and                     
                                                                         related breeds.
                                               Section 1.1        Large sized Hounds.
                                               With working trial.

GENERAL APPEARANCE  :  Large  pack hound, elegant, sufficiently well boned and muscled.

HEAD : Not too imposing, but quite elongated; occipital protuberance marked.

CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Very slightly  domed, skull quite developed.
Stop : More accentuated than in the Pointevin.

FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Black; open nostrils.
Muzzle : Straight, rather long and sometimes slightly arched.
Lips :  More substantial  than in  the Pointevin,  i.e. very  slightly square.
Eyes :  Big and  brown, sometimes  circled with  black.   Intelligent expression.
Leathers :  Broader  than those  of the  Poitevin, set  at eye  level,
slightly curled, not too supple, preferably extending to the set-on of
the nose or within two fingers of it.

NECK :  Long,  rather  strong and  sometimes  with a  slight trace  of
dewlap.

BODY :
Back : Sustained and solid.
Chest : Deep and  well let down, at  least as far down as the point of
the elbows. Ribs long and not too flat.
Belly : Very slightly tucked up.

TAIL : Quite long, carried high and with elegance.

LIMBS :

FOREQUARTERS : Well positioned, broad and straight.
Shoulders : Long and close to the chest.

HINDQUARTERS :
Hips : Well laid, in harmony with the forequarters.
Thighs : Long, sufficiently muscled.
Hocks : Rather broad, low set, slightly bent.

FEET : Lean.

GAIT/MOVEMENT : Easy and light.

SKIN : Quite fine.

COAT

HAIR : Short and rather fine.

COLOUR : Tricolour, with black mantle more or less spread out.   Tan preferably bright or even copper-taned.  Neither blackend  tan on the cheeks and on the  lips nor blue or tan fleckings on the legs and on the body are to be sought after.   The grizzled « wolf colour » is admitted.

SIZE : From 62  to 72 cm for  the males and from  60 to 68 cm  for the bitches.

 

FAULTS : Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and  the seriousness, with which  the fault should be  regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.

  • Pink spots on the nose.
  • Under-or overshot mouth.
  • Light eyes.
  • Leathers too flat, too short or set too high.
  • Legs badly positioned or thin.
  • Hocks too straight.
  • Fat feet.
  • Any apparent trace of English hound blood, especially in the head. "Smoky" coloured heads which  indicate cross-breeding with the White and  Black  Hound and  all  other  colours than  those  above   mentioned.

ELIMINATING FAULTS :

  • Aggressive or overly shy.

Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

N.B. : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

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ORIGIN: France

HISTORY:
The race came created intercrossing the devout Gasconnes and famous Saintongeois with foxhound the English one. The Chien Francais came officially only recognized in 1957.

DESCRIPTION:
E' an elegant, balanced dog much and muscoloso one.

its ransom goes from the 65 to the 72 centimeters of Height.

Convex and lengthened head with a tartufo black, narici very opened has one
The eyes are large, brown, with intelligent and good-natured expression.
The orecchie are long thin to intentional.
Ia long, large tail to the root and capacity with elegance.
The limbs are very muscolosi, dry and resistant feet.
The cape: of this magnificent dog three variet exist, Blanc ET Noir, the Tricolour one, Blanc ET Orange. In the exposures they come judges with the same meter, made exception to you for the particular small, and naturally, for the color.

I USE:

Optimal segugio she distinguishes herself in all the types of hunting even if its specialit is the red deer and the capriolo.
Today an optimal dog from company adapted to the cohabitation with the children.

TEMPERAMENT And CHARACTER :
Brave, courageous, feracious in affectionate, calm, silent, obedient the hunting, but to house with the masters

HEALTH:
Resistant dog to the diseases, pu living to the open, but in winter goes to it supplied a heated shelter, especially if it is lived in mountain.

MAINTENANCE:
It goes fed in complete way but without to exaggerate in order not to make to fatten it.
It goes very rarely brushed with one brush of setole, increasing the frequency above all during the dumb one.

NOTES:
Of the three variet the Chien Francais, the devout ones diffused Blanc ET Noir, continuation for popolarit from the tricolour one and, to greater distance from blanc ET orange.

 
 

 

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