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Bloodhound

Bloodhound
Alternative names
Chien de Saint-Hubert
St. Hubert Hound
Country of origin
Belgium / France
Classification
FCI[?]:Group 6 Section 1
AKC:Hound
ANKC[?]:Group 4 (Hounds)
KC(UK)[?]:Hound
NZKC[?]:Hounds
Breed standards (external links)
FCI (http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:Vf24fA05T7EJ:www.fci.be/uploaded_files/084gb2001_en.doc+site:www.fci.be+%2284+/+12.07.2002%22&hl=en&ie=UTF-8), AKC (http://www.akc.org/breeds/recbreeds/bloodhnd.cfm), ANKC (http://www.ankc.aust.com/bloodhnd), KC(UK) (http://www.the-kennel-club.org.uk/discoverdogs/hound/h1042.htm), NZKC (http://www.nzkc.org.nz/br420)
Notes
Also recognised by the Canadian Kennel Club[?]

A bloodhound is a large dog. It's famed for its ability to follow a scent many days old, over vast distances.

Bloodhounds, unlike many breeds of dog, have the ability to follow a scent in the air. Most breeds follow the scent[?] marks on the ground, and/or passing objects. This is why many dogs will loose a scent after rain, or if it crosses water. The bloodhound's nose is so sensitive, it is able to pick up the much more diffuse scent from the air.



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