Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen
Real Life
Standards:
Size:
39 - 43 cm
(15.5 - 17 in)
History:
Once the PBGV and GBGV were one breed, the Basset Griffon Vendeen, whose origins were in Vendee in France.  In the 1970'2 crossing between the Petite and Grand ended and they were kept as separate breeds.  This breed was developed to hunt game in thick undergrowth and are still used to hunt boar, deer, and rabbits.
Description:
This breed is a stubborn hound-type but also a loving family dog.  It is a larger size class than the more recognized related breed, the PBGV.  (The petite is recognized by the AKC; the Grand is not.)

There are two other related breeds, the Grand Griffon Vendeen and Briquet Griffon Vendeen.

Petz
Base:
Scottie with Dali SCP
Offset:
9E05
Variations:
~20 color variations
~2 tuck up variations
~3 muzzle lengths
~3 leg lengths
~2 ear lengths
Fur Files:
Internal
Considerations:
~Color heredity not a problem
~Built for movement/OD
~Not good to cross with angled files or ones with addball legs or ears.
Good Outcross:
Original PFM Breedz
Any non-angled types
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