American Foxhound

The American Foxhound is slighter of bone and higher on leg that the English Foxhound, with more rear angulation and arch over the loin. These attributes allow greater speed and agility over rough terrain. The American Foxhound has a melodious voice when on the trail. The coat is hard and of medium length. The expression is gentle and pleading.
Tank
Tank
American Foxhound
Cleveland, Tennessee
Jovi
Jovi
American Foxhound
Barrington Hills, Illinois
Walter
Walter
American Foxhound
Virginia
Hank
Hank
American Foxhound
Tampa, Florida
Kenser
Kenser
American Foxhound
Cleveland, Tennessee
Coco.
Coco.
American Foxhound
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Champ
Champ
American Foxhound
Windsor, Colorado
Maggie
Maggie
American Foxhound
Jesup, Georgia
Sweet Pea
Sweet Pea
American Foxhound
Madisonville, Texas
Jameson
Jameson
American Foxhound
Cleveland, Tennessee
Maggie Mae
Maggie Mae
American Foxhound
Raleigh, North Carolina
Charly
Charly
American Foxhound
Manchester, Connecticut
Puppy Foster Needed
Puppy Foster Needed
American Foxhound
Holbrook, New York
Opal
Opal
American Foxhound
Winchester, Illinois
Olivia
Olivia
American Foxhound
Sanford, North Carolina
Stetson.
Stetson.
American Foxhound
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Sunny
Sunny
American Foxhound
Benicia, California
Padme
Padme
American Foxhound
Virginia
Luke
Luke
American Foxhound
Manhasset, New York
Cooper
Cooper
American Foxhound
Clayton, North Carolina
Lucy
Lucy
American Foxhound
Kentucky