National Geographic : 1937 Oct
© National Geographic Society raintng oyc.awara neroert iviner FOXHOUNDS FROM THREE COUNTRIES HARK TO THE SOUND OF THE HUNTING HORN Rangy and fast is the American variety (close-up, also at left, and upper right background). It works equally well inpacks, with pink-coated riders, or singly as the hunting companion of a man with a gun. Its shape and color vary in different parts ofthecountry. The Welsh Foxhound (upper center) has shorter legs; hence less speed. The English variety (right) breeds truer to type and color than theAmerican, and hasasturdier body.