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Serbian Tricolour Hound

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Yugoslavian Tricolour Hound
Alternative names
Srpski Trobojni Gonič
Yugoslavian Tricolour Hound
Jugoslavenski Trobojni Gonic
Country of origin
Serbia and Montenegro
Common nicknames
Classification and breed standards
FCI: Group 6 Section 1 #229
Not recognized by any major kennel club
This breed of dog is extinct

The Serbian Tricolour Hound is a very rare dog breed from Serbia. Black and tan with a white front (the white distinguishes him from the Serbian Mountain Hound, a similar breed), he stands 18 to 22 inches (46-56 cm) high and weighs 44 to 55 pounds (20 to 25 kg). Used to hunt fox, hare and other small game, occasionally hunting larger animals such as deer or even wild boar, the Serbian Tricolour is affectionate, gentle and a devoted hunter.

The breed was formerly known as the Yugoslavian Tricolour Hound, the name was changed by the FCI in 1996.

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