Group 6/Section 1: Small Sized SCENTHOUNDS
BASSET ARTESIÉN NORMAND
aka Artesian Norman Basset
FRANCE: 33 lbs. 10"-14" Coat is short and smooth. Color is either tricolor (black/tan/white) or bicolor (orange/white).
Club du Basset ArtÚsien-Normand et du Chien d'Artois France (Eng Avail)
Krys Grandmond of Ontario, Canada sent in these photos of her female BAN, Dasher. Krys adopted Dasher when she was mere hours away from sure death at a local humane society. Krys added, "After 7 loving years in our family, she is now about 10 years old and still as gorgeous as the day we brought her home."
BASSET BLEU DE GASCOGNE
aka Blue Gascony Basset
FRANCE: 35-40 lbs. 12"-14" Coat is short and smooth; but, not too fine. Coloring is unique tricolor; heavily roaned; on a white background with tan markings/spots on the head and black markings/spots on the head and body.
Bleu de Gascogne Club of America (N/A 4/2002)
Other Blues de Gascogne: Grand; Petit Griffon; Petit
aka Artois Basset
FRANCE: This breed was a region/kennel version of the Basset Artésien Normand that disappeared during WWI.
Club du Basset ArtÚsien-Normand et du Chien d'Artois
France (Eng Avail)
BASSET FAUVE DE BRETAGNE
aka Tawny Brittany Basset
FRANCE: 36-40 lbs. Approx. 12.5-15" Coat is very harsh, dry, and short; never woolly nor frizzy. Color is various shades of fawn, preferrably golden-wheaten and the rich red-brown. A small white spot on chest, may be present, but is not desireable.
France (French Only)
Also see: Griffon Fauve de Bretagne
BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN
Grand and Petit
Coat is medium-short, hard and rough. Colors include various shades of orange, grey, tawny, or black/tan; normally, appearing as markings against a white background.
Basset Griffon Vendeen Club of Great Britain - Both Varieties with Rescue Information and
Breed Standards (KC)
GRAND BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN
aka Large Vendeen Basset
40-44 lbs. 15"-16.5"
Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen
BGVC of Great Britain
PETIT BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN
aka Small Vendeen Basset
25-35 lbs. 13"-15"
FCI/67, AKC, KC, CKC, ANKC
PBGV-L eMail List Website
Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen Club of America
(AKC) with Rescue Information
and PBVG Links
NOTE: This is one, of several, club sites that I have encountered with breeder/puppy listings. While it is contrary to standard DI practice to include sites with advertisements of this nature, I have made the exception to include this site, because they are a national breed club, have rescue information available at the site, and sufficient quality content to warrant inclusion.
Other Griffon Vendeens: Grand Griffon Vendéen; Briquet Griffon Vendéen
GREAT BRITAIN: 40-60 lbs. 14" or less. Coat is short and smooth. Any hound color is acceptable. But, typically, black/white/tan or lemon/white are seen.
FCI/163, AKC, UKC, KC, CKC, ANKC
Cyberhound! The Basset Hound Website
The Daily Drool, Nancy Gallagher
Basset Hound Club of America
BHCA Rescue Contact: Barbara Wickland, NJ, (908)874-0508
Farfel and Clio Memorial Basset Rescue Site
Ellen Dawson of Virginia sent in these photos of Max D. Hound. Max is a tri-colored, male, Basset Hound and was 5 years old on May 14, 2001. He is a loyal companion, an expert tracker, and a constant comedian. Click on photo for larger image.
aka English Beagle
GREAT BRITAIN: 18-30 lbs. Two size varieties are: under 13" and 13"-15" Coat is short, smooth and dense. Any hound color is allowed; typically, tricolored, black/tan/white, is seen.
FCI/161, AKC, UKC, KC, CKC, ANKC
Beagles on the Web with loads of rescue info & links on the Adoption Page, Laurie Kramer
NOTE: While it is contrary to standard DI practice to include sites with breeder/kennel listings, I have made the exception to include this site, because it does feature a sufficient amount of information about the breed; as well as, being the only site I could find with US breed rescue information.
I-BARC: Internet Beagle Aficionado Recreation Club
Australian Beagle Clubs
@ the Beagle Club of South Australia
Kristine Kraeuter sent in these photos of her champion "Piccallilli" of Brushyrun Beagles (left) and her co-owned champion beagle, CH Artemis Braveheart of Pinoak "William" co-owned by Brushyrun and Twindale Beagles (right).
National Beagle Club with a page of Beagle Rescue Links
NOTE: This is one, of several, club sites that I have encountered with breeder listings. While it is contrary to standard DI practice to include sites with advertisements of this nature, I have made the exception to include this site, because they are a national breed club, have rescue information available at the site, and sufficient content to warrant inclusion.
aka German Hound
GERMANY: 16"-21" Coat is short, but dense, smooth and hard. Coloring is tricolor; tan with black saddle and limited white as described by the standard.
aka Swedish Dachsbracke
SWEDEN: Approx 33 lbs. 11.5"-16" Coat is short, dense, straight and close. Colors are fawn, black, or black and tan; with white markings, per the standard.
Svenska Dreverklubben (Swedish Only)
Norwegian Drever Website Finska Dreverklubben r.y.
(Eng N/A 5/25/2003)
Berner; Jura; Luzerner; Schwyz
SWITZERLAND: 30-40 lbs. 13"-16" Coat is short, smooth, close fitting, finer on head and ears.
FCI/60 (All varieties)
NMBE: Swiss Hounds
Tricolor; with white, black, and fawn (tan).
Preference is deep black with fawn markings above the eyes, on cheeks, on chest and/or on legs. Alternately, fawn with black "blanket" or saddle. Minimal white on chest is tolerated.
Dense grey-white or black-white; heavy ticking with larger dark or black patches. Fawn markings as per the standard.
Larger or smaller orange fawn or lighter fawn patches on a white background.
Swiss Hounds/Laufhunde: Berner; Jura Bruno; Luzerner; Schwyz
SABUESO ESPAÑOL LEBRERO
aka Small Spanish Hound
SPAIN: 20" or less Coat is short and glossy. Coloring is primarily red, with white markings per the standard.
Other variety: de Monte
aka Sauerlander Dachsbracke
GERMANY: 35-40 lbs. 12"-14" Coat is short, hard and smooth. Colors are tricolored; or, red with white markings, as per the standard.
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