Are Basset Hounds French?

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Are Basset Hounds French?

Basset Hounds were originally bred in France and Belgium ("Basset" is French for "low").


What nationality of dog is the Basset Hound?

The Basset type was born in France and descended from hounds owned by St. Hubert of Belgium in the 6th century, and after breeding at the Benedictine Monastery of St. Hubert, became known as the Hound of St. Hubert around 1000 AD.

What was the Basset Hound originally used for?

The Basset Hound breed was bred to hunt rabbits and other small animals, and is still used for that purpose in some parts of the United States. When they are not chasing rabbits, they are laid back family friends who love children.

Is the Basset Hound a German dog?

The Basset Hound is a breed that has been used as a hunting dog for many generations. The breed was created in France around the 7th century and introduced to the United States in the early 19th century.

When was the Basset FIRST BRED?

Background The modern Basset Hound originates from the Belgian St. Hubert, who bred dogs in a Benedictine Abbey in 1000 AD. Known at the time as the St. Hubert Hound, the breed was eventually called "Basset" from the French word meaning "low". Among the St.

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