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Saint-Usuge Spaniel |France|

Saint-Usuge Spaniel |France|

This small French pointing breed is thought to date back to the sixteenth century, although it had almost disappeared by the end of World War II. The breed was restored through the efforts of Robert Billiard, who found some of the remaining dogs and started a breeding initiative. The Saint-Usuge Spaniel is an intelligent, affectionate, and obedient breed that can work over a variety of terrains including forests, uplands, swamps, and in water. They are best suited to waterfowl and woodcock hunting, although they retrieve any small furred or feathered game.

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

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