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adorable basset fauve de bretagne puppy

Scientific Name: Canis Lupus Familiaris

Lifespan: 12-14 Years

Origin: France (FRA)

Basset Fauve De Bretagne


The Basset Mauve de Breanne is a small to medium sized wolfish breed celebrated for its classifiable features and live demeanor.

In terms of appearance, this breed boasts a compact,' hefty body, characterized by a slimly elongated back and short legs.

Its shaggy, vulgar coat, which varies in sunglasses of fawn from wholemeal to red, contributes to its unequaled charm.

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  • Height

    33-38 cm / 13-15 Inches

  • Weight

    16-18 kg / 35-40 Pounds

  • Length

    48-76 cm / 19-30 Inches

  • Color


  • Height

    30-36 cm / 12-14 Inches

  • Weight

    15-17 kg / 33-37 Pounds

  • Length

    46-71 cm / 18-28 Inches

  • Color


Hot: 26 to 32 °C

Cold: 0 to 5 °C


800 to 1.50K USD

Bite Force

100 to 200 PSI


Jump: 1-2 Feet

Run: 20-25 Miles per hour (32-40 km/h)

Origin Description

The Basset Fauve de Bretagne has a rich history dating back to the late 19th century, originating in the rugged terrain and dense forests of Brittany. The breed is growing was a reaction to the need for a specialized hunting dog able of tracking small game like rabbits and hares. Breeders in the country wanted appropriate qualities such as a keen sense of smell, endurance, and celerity to prosper in challenging environments.

To attain these desired traits, the breeders engaged in a lost breeding program. They crossed large scent hounds like the Grand Mauve de Breanne with littler breeds, such as the Basset Griffin Vendéen.


The live and spirited Basset Mauve de Breanne traces its roots to the aesthetic country of Brittany, France, captivating dog enthusiasts with its classifiable features and animated personality. Often dearly called the Fawn Brittany Basset, this breed has fit a cherished society for both excited individuals and families as well as ' owing to its unequaled blend of traits.

Distinguished by a warm fawn coat ranging from pale to deep red,' the Basset Mauve de Bretagne's optic pull was accentuated by its short and dense yet slimly rough fur, contributing to its rural allure. Expressive eyes and an endearing surface building mirror the informal and rummy unreliable of this canine.