Braque Saint Germain

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The breed was said to be created by King Charles X by cross breeding an orange and white English Pointer with a Braque Francais that were then used to hunt large game in a concentrated area around St. Germain. Today the breed is still rare in even its native country, making it an extremely hard breed to find. The small hunting Braque Saint Germain stands at 20 to 24 inches and weighs 40 to 57 pounds. The quiet, gentle breed is good for families.


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