Andalusian Hound Maneto

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Maneto
Maneto1.jpg
OriginAndalusia (Spain)
Traits
Height 30 - 35 cm
Weight 8.5 - 11.5 kg
Coat short, smooth
Colour cinnamon or bicolour (cinnamon and white)
Kennel club standards
RSCFRCE standard
Dog (domestic dog)

The Maneto is a dog breed native to Andalusia in Spain. It is derived from the medium sized Andalusian Hound, and is used to hunt rabbits, partridge, quail, and for retrieving ducks from the water. Its legs are short relative to its body, and its ears are triangular and blunt.[1] The breed is recognised by the name Maneto by the Real Sociedad Canina de España. The word "maneto" in Spanish indicates an impediment or defect in any of the hands or legs.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.rsce.es/images/rsce/RREE/Standards/Standard_Maneto_ingles.pdf Maneto Breed Standard]>
  2. ^ "Diccionario de la lengua española : Ayuda". Lema.rae.es. Retrieved 2016-01-05.

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