American Foxhound & English Foxhound

American Foxhounds are skilled in following scents. They are generally fast, smart, strong and friendly. Hundreds of years of pack living make them comfortable in the company of other animals. They know how to get along without being too bossy or fussy.

The American Foxhound is a member of the Hound Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1886.

Most Foxhounds in the United States are American Foxhounds, but there are also English Foxhounds. They are larger in bone than their American cousins, but similar in temperament. The English Foxhound is primarily a hunting hound; he may sometimes be a family pet if he has the kind of personality to fit into a life with people.

The English Foxhound is a member of the Hound Group and was first recognized by the AKC in 1909.

 

 
American

Foxhound

Not

Available

English Foxhound

Standing
Available as Pin
or Pendant in
Pewter or Gold-Plated

 

 

Gaiting Style

Not

Available

 

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