Black and Tan Virginia Foxhound

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Ancestors dating back to the 11th century, the Black and Tan Virginia Foxhound was developed from foxhounds brought to the New World. The supreme cold-nose of the breed make them tremendous hunters, where even the faintest trail is enough for them. The breed stands at 21 to 25 inches and weighs 65 to 75 pounds, and though small the breed needs plenty of exercise because they easily put on weight. Not suitable for apartment living, the outdoor fond Black and Tan Virginia Foxhound likes hunting, especially for foxes.


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