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10 Amazing Dog Breeds From France

France is a home for many dog breeds, giving dog lovers in the world some of their most beloved canines.

These 10 dog breeds are popular the world over, but have one thing in common: their French roots.

1. Basset Hound

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These famous dog hounds were created in France and Belgium with the goal of making a near the ground aroma dog.
Basset Hounds got famous for being pleasant, loyal, and low energy dogs that are a popular choice as a family pet.
These animals have short, wrinkly legs, tons of loose skin, ears that are too big, and those sad eyes. Their giant ears make them definitely irresistible.

2. Berger Picard

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The Berger Picard was named after the Picardy district in Northern France where the variety has been around for many years. These crowding sheepdogs were valued for their endurance, free reasoning, and drive.
In case you're searching for a reliable, insightful, and courageous pooch that will flourish going with you on day by day climbs and engaging in hound sports, the Berger Picard could bid.

3. Beauceron

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Beaucerons get their name from the region surrounding Paris that they originated in—La Beauce. A very old breed, and among the rarest dog types in the World.
The Beauceron is a large dog, weighing 70 to 110 pounds, with a defensive personality. Very active, athletic, and flexible, which makes him perfect for only a small minority of dog owners.

4. Briard

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Briards worked on the dairy farms in the Brie region of France and were known for their versatility.
They are best known for their smartness and loyalty, many dog lovers consider them a great choice for allergic owners. Their minimal shedding level is an important reason for their popularity.

5. Porcelaine 

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The Porcelaine is from the Franche Comté area in France. It is believed to be the oldest of the French scent hounds. Its name originates from its sparkling grayish coat. They're delicate mutts however need a great deal of activity.

6. Brittany

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The Brittany is another French dog breed on the list, who comes from the North West region of France with the same name.
These animals loves exercise, especially alongside their favorite humans, they love running, hunting, scouting, and playing.
Brittanies are very responsive to direction from their owners and they can quickly learn to live peacefully with other dogs and cats.

7. Dogue De Bordeaux

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The Dogue De Bordeaux, at times called the French Mastiff, is another antiquated dog breed. The type acquainted with France by the Romans, who utilized these incredible dogs to take on in conflicts and in fighter rings.
Dogue is known for being unfailingly loyal, protective and affectionate with their family.

8. French Bulldog

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Obviously, who could forget the notorious and enormously famous French Bulldog? Frequently referred to as the ‘Frenchie’.
Frenchies have a playful attitude and gorgeous nature, but as with many brachycephalic breeds, they can face breathing difficulties due to their flat noses and faces.

9. Löwchen

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Thought to be from the Mediterranean (or Côte D’Azur, if you’re fancy) region of France, the name löwchen literally means “the little lion”.
(Le petit chien lion) was originally a companion dog for the elite only, appearing in French literature and art dating as far back as the 15th century.

10. Barbet

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The Barbet is a medium-sized French water dog, known for its dense curly coat. The breed name comes from the French word barbe, which means 'beard'.
Generally a friendly and fun-loving breed, the Barbet is a wonderful choice if you are looking for a new family pet.

10 Amazing Dog Breeds From France 10 Amazing Dog Breeds From France Reviewed by THSPatch on juin 13, 2020 Rating: 5

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