Braque du Puy
The Braque du Puy was an old breed of hunting dog in France, bred for hunting in the lowlands and known for being fast and flexible. The breed was created in Poitou in the 19th century by crossing other Braques with greyhound-type dogs. One story is that two brothers named du Puy crossed their Braque Francais dog with a Sloughi brought back from Africa by a French soldier.
Colour of the Braque du Puy was white with orange or liver coloured marks, and was a medium to large size. The breed has now either died out or has died out in its original form, although the type may be reconstituted from other breeds and called Braque du Puy (or variants of the name) for the rare breed pet market in various parts of the world.
- Braque de l'Ariège (Ariege Pointing Dog)
- Braque d'Auvergne (Auvergne Pointing Dog)
- Braque du Bourbonnais (Bourbonnais Pointing Dog)
- Braque Francais, type Gascogne (French Pointing Dog - Gascogne type)
- Braque Francais, type Pyrénées (French Pointing Dog - Pyrenean type)
- Braque Saint-Germain (St. Germain Pointing Dog)
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