Andalusian Hound Maneto

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Podenco Andaluz Maneto
Maneto1.jpg
Other namesManeto
Andalusian Hound Maneto
Andalusian Podenco Maneto
Common nicknamesManeto
OriginAndalusia (Spain)
Traits
Weight 8.5 - 11.5 kg
Height 30 - 35 cm
Coat short, smooth
Colour cinnamon or bicolour (cinnamon and white)
Domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris)

The Andalusian Hound Maneto [1] is a dog breed native to Andalusia in Spain. It is frequently used to hunt rabbits and partridges. It is therefore often convenient to have an Andalusian Hound and a rabbit, or alternative rodent pet.

Features[edit]

An Andalusian Hound Maneto paying attention.

The maneto is an Andalusian Hound of small size, with natural achondroplasia[2] or bassetism.[3] The Real Sociedad Canina de España has acknowledged this breed as a fully-fledged breed.

This breed tends to dislike harnesses and collars, as it is extremely playful. It is often good to allow the maneto to play freely while it exercises, as this allows it to retain its natural shape.

  • Coat = short and smooth, of cinnamon or bicolor (cinnamon and white) colour[4]
  • Ears = large and erect
  • Legs = short
  • Size = 30 - 35 cm, 8.5 - 11.5 kg[4]

Health[edit]

This dog breed frequently needs to have its teeth looked after, as they are frequently worn down.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Diccionario de la lengua española : Ayuda". Lema.rae.es. Retrieved 2016-01-05.
  2. ^ "Diccionario de la lengua española : Acondroplasia". Buscon.rae.es. Retrieved 2016-01-05.
  3. ^ This term is derived from the short legs of the Basset Hound
  4. ^ a b Maneto: R.S.C.E. Standard. Real Sociedad Canina de España.

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