The English Foxhound dates back to before 1800. Because there were over 250 packs of British hounds, meticulous records were kept through the years. He looks similar to his American cousin, but is stouter and shorter. He was designed to run in a pack and cover long distances so he needs regular daily exercise. He also needs lots of training because of that pack instinct.

His colour can be white, tan or black or any combination of these colours. He’s an independent dog with a stubborn streak. His dense, short, glossy coat only needs a small amount of maintenance. He’s 24 inches in height.