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The Porcelaine originated in France in the 1600's. This is thought to be the oldest of the French scent hounds, evolved from the now extinct Montaimboeuf. The breed died out during the French Revolution but was recreated in the mid 1800's by Swiss enthusiasts.
The magnificent white coat of the Porcelaine is the inspiration for the breed's name. It is a solid white coat composed of very short, fine textured hairs, although orange markings may be present.
The Porcelaine has an excellent sense of smell and a fine voice. They should be 22-23 inches tall and weigh 55-62 pounds. Another name for the Porcelaine is the Chien de Franche.
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