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With its forequarters being stronger than its hindquarters, the Billy is a strong and light dog that has been described as well-built. This dog breed is originally from France and is practically unknown outside of France. Born from crossbreeding two breeds (the Ceris and the Montemboeuf) in 1886, the Billy is the only descendant left from the White King''s Dog breed, a favorite of King François I, Henri IV and Louis XIV. The continuity of this breed is uncertain as it has a fragile genetic code.
At a height of 24 to 28 inches high for males and 23 to 25 inches for females, this dog has a diet made up of mostly meat. You could also feed him vegetable and barley flour soup. The industrial dog foods are also suitable for this dog breed.
The Billy''s hair is short and hard to the touch. The acceptable colors for this breed are white, off-white or even white with orange or lemon spots. Its widely open eyes are dark with a black or brown outline. Its droopy ears are flat and slightly turned toward the inside. The muzzle is rather square when seen front-on with a black or brown-red, well-defined nose at the end. Its head is slightly rounded and not very big. The voice of this animal is very musical.
The Billy breed was used for hunting. This is still the case but they are also used for shoot hunting, especially hunting boars, as well as companion animals today. So this dog need space to develop fully and they need a lot of exercise. City life is not ideal for them.
With their gentle and sweet nature with children, this dog is never aggressive toward humans. What''s more, despite being a hunting dog, the Billy doesn''t bite: so it''s better not to use him as a guard dog. However, this dog isn''t very friendly with its fellow dogs, even withing a hunting pack.
Lastly, we would like to point out that the Billy is one of the most popular dog breeds for illustrating fox-hunting in books.