Image by Llima
Here is Miles who was so sweet and friendly.
The English Foxhound dates back to the thirteenth century where they were bred to hunt as part of a pack.
The English Foxhound was created in the late 1500s, as a result of the perception of the depletion of deer in England.
The English Foxhound is the rarest breed of dog in the United States by AKC registration, with seventeen currently registered.
Today, the breed is still rarely ever kept as pets, and most are still used for hunts or shows.