Serbian Tricolour Hound
The Serbian Tricolour Hound (Serbian: српски тробојни гонич/srpski trobojni gonič or тробојац/trobojac) is a breed of dog of the hound type. Formerly called the Yugoslavian Tricolour Hound, the name was changed for clarity after the breakup of SFR Yugoslavia in 1991. The breed was first exhibited at shows in 1950. At one time it was considered a variation of the Serbian Hound, but was recognised by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale as a separate breed in 1961.The Serbian Tricolour Hound is a medium-large scenthound that was bred as a running hound (free running to seek game on its own, not on a leash.) It is used on feral pigs or wild boar and other large game as well as hare and fox.
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Also known as
This breed is also called Serbian Tri-Color Hound, Serbian Tri-Colour Hound, Serbian Tricolor Hound, Serbian Tricolour Hound, Trobojac as well as Yugoslavian Tricolour Hound.
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