Blue Gascony Basset
From Pet Health Learning Center
Blue Gascony Bassets weigh approximately 17 kg.
Approximately 34 to 38 cm at the withers.
This breed is completely spotted in black and white, giving the coat a bluish cast. Larger black spots may also be exhibited.
Blue Gascony Bassets have short, thick coats of dense fur.
Blue Gascony Bassets are lively and active dogs. Tenacious and hardy, this breed is also very affectionate.
Country of Origin:
This ancient breed originated in France and possibly descended from the Saint Hubert Hound, which was imported into the country during the 1300's. Although still quite rare outside of France, the Blue Gascony Basset's popularity has been increasing over recent years.
This breed is also known as the Basset Bleu de Gascogne.
These dogs have a very gentle temperament and form a strong attachment to their owners. Blue Gascony Bassets are also very gifted hunters.
Blue Gascony Bassets require firm training techniques.
These dogs are very active and require plenty of space and exercise.
Blue Gascony Bassets are not suitable for apartment or city living, as they require lots of space. Ideally, these dogs should live out in the country. Blue Gascony Bassets are exceptional hunters and affectionate companions. They require plenty of daily exercise, attentive ear care, and regular grooming.
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