Basset Artesien Normand
Artesian Norman Basset

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Names
Basset Artesien Normand
Artesian Norman Basset

Origin
France, 1600's
Originating in Artois and Normandy

Use
Hunting, companion

Life Expectancy
This breed can live as long as 13-15 years on average

Weight & Height
32 to 34 pounds & 10 to 14 inches tall

Known Health Problems
Prone to disk disease

Physical Description
Small to medium size sturdy dog. It has a narrow, domed skull and a wide muzzle of medium length. The nose is broad and black with the eyes being large and dark. The ears are set low, very long and of fine leather.

Temperament
Sociable, gentle-natured and friendly. They get along with other dogs and cats if socialzed early

Training
***

Living Conditions
Will do ok in apartment or city if exercised daily.

Grooming
Brush coat with rubber brush occasionally.. Keep the ears clean and nails trimmed.

Exercise
Moderate Activity Level. Requires daily exercise

Coat Texture
Short-haired coat is dense

Coat Colors

Tricolor

Orange & White

Tricolor

Orange White


Puppies
***

Recognition
Fédération Cynologique Internationale
National Kennel Club
Continental Kennel Club
American Pet Registry

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Breeders

Basset Artesien Normand Breeders

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