Information about the American Foxhound:
The American Foxhound is a scent hound and is related to the English Foxhound. The breed came from England in the 1600s. They were developed in Europe to hunt as a pack and, as the name implies, specifically for the hunting of foxes. The American Foxhound is somewhat taller and rangier than it's English relative. Both breeds are generally tri-colored (brown, black and white) although they can be almost any color. They are medium-sized dogs with a narrow chest and a long muzzle, which helps track the scent of the prey it has been pursuing. It is the official dog of the state of Virginia.
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