The Petit Bleu de Gascogne has a thick, dense coat. The ears are low set, thicker and less curled than its cousin the Grand Bleu de Gascogne. They must reach end of nose or, longer.The long head is long, refined looking. Narrow rather than wide, and slightly convex. The stop is only barely defined, even less so than in the Grand Bleu. FOREFACE Long and slightly aquiline. Corners of the lips are well marked.The chest is deep, providing ample space for the large lungs.
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