Villanuco de Las Encartaciones
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|Other names||Villanuco de Las Encartaciones
Basque rat hunting dog
|Origin||Basque Country (Spain)|
|Domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris)|
The Villanuco de Las Encartaciones (Basque: Enkarterriko billanuko, Cantabrian: Villanucu, English: Little Villein of Las Encartaciones ) is a Spanish breed of dog typical of the region of Las Encartaciones (Biscay), Cantabria and northern Burgos (Spain).
It is a ratter, used as a "door dog" for its speed advising the arrival of strangers. The census estimated that believed that there is about 50 dogs with what is in a critical state of conservation. Although its small size and character are prized as pets.
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