The extinct Montaimboeuf dog breed
These dogs were known for their sleek, elegant appearance. They had muscular bones and strong limbs that helped them hunt and run through the forest. Their coats were short with a base of white and orange patches sprinkled throughout their body.
There is not enough information about the the Montaimboeuf to know their temperment.
There is not enough information known about the Montaimboeuf to know their height and weight.
There is not enough information known about the Montaimboeuf to know what health issues they commonly suffered from.
There is not enough information known about the Montaimboeuf to know the best living conditions for this breed.
Since this extinct breed was a hunting dog, we can assume they definitely would have needed a lot of space to run.
There is not enough information on the Montaimboeuf to know their life expectancy although their descendants are known to live around 10–15 years.
There is not enough information on the Montaimboeuf to know their litter size although their descendants usually had anywhere between 3–8 puppies.
The Montaimboeuf had a short coat, therefore they probably only needed to be groomed and bathed when necessary.
The Montaimboeuf was used in the breeding of the modern Billy Dog which is native to France. They were known for their skillful hunting and their sleek appearance. They were quite large dogs and were able to tackle, hunt, and kill large wild boar. The Montembeouf breed was mainly used to breed other scent hounds for the nobility in France at the time. There is not much information on the Montaimboeuf because as soon as the Billy Dog was bred, they became immensely more popular than other hunting dogs.