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    Braque Saint-Germain |France|

    Braque Saint-Germain |France|

    This versatile hunting breed was developed in the 1830s at the royal kennels at Compiègne, northern France, before being moved down to Saint Germain en Laye on the outskirts of Paris, from where it takes its name. English Pointers and different regional French pointing breeds were used to produce the Saint-Germain, which was initially favored for the show ring rather than as a working breed. These dogs became popular in France in the 1860s and were the most-shown pointing breed. Despite this, the Saint-Germain is valued as a good working gun dog.

    Braque Saint-Germain |France| Braque Saint-Germain |France|
    From Dogs Unleashed, Copyright by Tamsin Pickeral, licensed through ContentOro, Inc and used by arrangement with Thunder Bay Press

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