The Life of Animals | Anglo-French Small game hunting | The Anglo-French Small game hunting WAS created from crosses of older Anglo-French hounds with Harrier (Beagle) and Poitevin, And Also with the Petit Gascon-Saintongeois and the Small Blue Gascony. Unlikable the larger hounds, the Anglo-French Small game hunting Was Not Intended for hunting large game. Before 1978 the breed WAS Called the Little Anglo-French, As It Is The Smallest of the Anglo-French hounds.
It Is listed with minor kennel clubs Various in the United States, Possibly Through misunderstanding That the name Small game hunting small game Refers to a small dog not, and, When the clubs Noticed That the American Small Vénerie Was a medium to large sized dog, renamed Middle Vénerie it.
Medium to large sized (average) include the French hounds Ariégeois, Beagle Harrier, Chien d'Artois, Porcelain, Petit Bleu de Gascogne, Gascon Saintongeois, and the rough coated Griffon Briquet Vendeen Griffon Bleu de Gascogne, Griffon fauve de Bretagne, and the Griffon Nivernais. Large French hunting hounds Used For "medium sized" and large game include the Poitevin, Billy, French tricolor, black and white French, French White and Orange Grand Anglo-French tricolor, Grand Anglo-French White and Black, Grand Anglo-French white and orange, Grand Bleu de Gascogne, Gascon Saintongeois, Grand Gascon Saintongeois, and Grand Griffon Vendeen.