Anglo-French of Petite Vènerie

Breed history
It has benefited from the contributions of Petit Bleu de Gascogne, Harrier, Poitevin and Porcelaine, among others. Initially, it was called Petit Anglo-Français, before receiving the definitive name of Anglo-Français de Petite Vènerie after the publication of its first standard in 1978. The International Cynological Federation (FCI) recognized the breed as definitive on January 26, 1983. It was created to run the hare; its speed qualities confirm it.

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