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Originally from France, this dog breed gets its name from the color of its coat and its delicate ears. The Porcelaine is an incredibly gentle and elegant dog.
The Porcelaine is a foxhound and a scent hound used for hunting and shooting hares, boars and deer. In fact, this dog is very fast and is well-known in several countries for its hunting abilities on terrain that''s difficult to get to. Yet, the Porcelaine is also a great companion dog.

Of French origin, this dog breed takes its name from the color of its coat and its delicate ears. Its name was given by the Marquis de Foudras but in 1844, this dog was named after Briquets Francs Comtois. Fragile in appearance, you could think that Porcelaine suits him well. Yet, this isn''t the case: in reality, they are quite robust. However, they are no less gentle and sweet. Its grand-parents are the Saint Hubert Bloodhound Blancs de Lorraine, and it comes from crossbreeding a Harriers Gris du Soumerset, a Gascon-Saintongeois and a Billy.

The Porcelaine''s muzzle is long, its got an intelligent and soft expression, its ears are delicate, papery, attached at eye level and tapering to a point. Underneath, they should be speckled, which is a specific characteristic of this dog breed, and they are as long as the muzzle. Its back has to be large and straight, its waist is large and muscular, its tail is strong from birth and tapering off at the tip, its chest is low hanging, it has a long neck, its coat has black mottling on white and its overall look is lively and happy. Lastly, its hair is very short, fine and shiny.

This ancient dog breed goes back to the Middle Ages where they lived in the abbeys. This breed''s gait is elegant and graceful. This dog varies from 22 to 23 inches in height for the males and 21 to 22 inches for the females. They weight from 55 to 62 pounds and this dog lives an average of 10 to 12 years. The Porcelaine is the oldest hunting dog in France and this breed is one of the oldest. Despite its grace, this breed saw its numbers decrease during the French Revolution, only to see them go up again toward 1845.