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The American Foxhound is a breed of dog that is cousin to the English Foxhound. They are scent hounds, bred to hunt by scent. They have a long muzzle, and a large, domed skull. The eyes are hazel or brown, and are large and wide-set, as well the ears should also be large and wide set. The Beginning of the American Foxhound is older than the United States
A friendly and calm breed that does well in the home, though traditionally it has not been a house pet.
Enjoys the company of other dogs and people, though somewhat reserved around strangers.
A medium length coat with tight, hard hair
All of the possible colors are allowed.
Brush occassionally to clear out dead hairs.
Any color is acceptable, however they should have a close, hard, hound coat of medium length.
Companionship, Hunting, Sports, Watch Dog