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American foxhound
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Canis familiaris
Family Name:
Canidae
Size:
21-25 inches (53-64 cm.)
Weight:
65-75 lbs. (30-34 kg.)
Color:
various colors
Life Span:
about 10-12 years
 
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American foxhound

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American foxhound Description
  The American Foxhound is similar to its English cousin, but has been bred to be lighter and taller, have a keener sense of smell, and to be even faster in the chase. It is a large, handsome hound with straight-boned and long front legs. Its head is long with a bit of a domed, large skull. Its broad and pendant ears frame the face. The eyes are brown or hazel and are large and wide-set with a sweet, imploring expression. It carries its tail cheerfully with a slight upward curve, like a sickle. The coat is short and hard and can be various colors.  
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