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Braque Francais Pyrenean Photos

Author Happy Doggo
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Sep 10 ·

Get to know more about this breed with our compilation of Braque Francais Pyrenean photos!

The two types of Braque Francais, Pyrenean and Gascony, have worked as pointing dogs since the 1400s. They were first bred in the Pyrenees mountain range between France and Spain. They were experts at navigating the difficult mountain terrain to find felled game birds. All short-haired pointer breeds can trace their origins back to both types of the Braque Francais. The Braque Francais Pyrenean is the smaller of the two types, and enjoys more popularity today.

Braque Francais Pyreneans have short and smooth fur in different patterns of white and chestnut brown. Their grooming needs are very basic. An occasional bath and weekly brushing session is all they’ll need. Check their floppy ears regularly, as they’re more prone to wax buildup and infection than pointy ears. Brush their teeth regularly. Braque Francais Pyreneans shed an average amount, making them less than ideal for allergy sufferers.

Expect high physical energy with a Braque Francais Pyrenean. These pups do best with several walks a day, as well as free reign of a fenced-in yard. While they are a bit more independent than other breeds, Braque Francais Pyreneans are well known for being very trainable. Activities like agility courses and rally may help burn off some of their energy. This breed also loves water, making swimming and dock diving great potential activities.

A Great Family Companion

If you’re looking for a great family dog, a Braque Francais Pyrenean may be the one for you! This breed is classically gentle and sweet with young kids, and will get along great with other canine family members. However, it’s important to remember that Braque Francais Pyreneans can be a bit more reserved around strangers.

To truly understand this breed you can look at some of these photos of the dog from a puppy right through to a senior dog. Click on any of the links and you will discover some of the very best Instagram accounts to follow. As you will see from the photos this is a breed you will quickly fall in love with.

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