Nearer Dover than Calais
Original Name : Grand Anglo-Français Blanc et Orange
Type : Braccoid
Male size : 23½-27½ inches
Female size : 23½-27½ inches
Degree of grooming :
Countries of origin : France
Of the three Anglo-Francais breeds, White and Oranges are certainly the least well known and the least numerous. Morphologically, they have nothing to covet in their cousins, differing in terms of color and type.
Fairly short, broad.
Broad, muscular back, broad, rather short loins, rather round croup, fairly deep, well let down chest, well filled flanks.
White and lemon or white and orange, provided the orange is not too dark (reddish).
Set broadly at eye level or slightly lower, fairly thick, slightly turned, rather short.
Fairly long, sometimes with slight brush.
Smooth and not too thick.
A cross between the Français Blanc et Orange with the English Foxhound, Great Anglo-Francais White and Oranges have a lot of British blood streaming through their veins. The shorter head of these fairly strong, powerful dogs is more English than the Tricolor, with a square muzzle, which gives them a distinct look compared with the Francais.