Even at relatively ancient origin, their breeding on the
basis of strict selection begins in the early twentieth
It managed to maintain their characteristics, otherwise
very similar to the more familiar French Epagneul
without having to resort to crosses with other breeds.
In 1904, the French cinófilos Rattel presented at the
international exhibition in Paris a few specimens of
this breed, notable for their homogeneity.
The Epagneul Picard is a strongly built dog, with free
expression, fair, sweet, moving with ease in the most
varied terrain of nature.
Withers height (for males):
Minimum, Maximum cm.y 56 63 cm.
Coat. Thick, thin over his head,
rolling over the back Ievemente.
Gray dotted with brown spots on
various parts of the body and tan head and legs.