The Setter Bourbonnais or Braque du Bourbonnais is associated with the area of central France of which takes the name. However he/she seems to come from the Pyrenees, where they originated other French dogs of hunt. The ancestors of these dogs gradually were fried extending to other regions, and crossing with local dogs, new types that you/they took the name of their new regions taking place. Often he/she is described as a Setter of short line because he/she is almost always born without her. He/she has a mantel with amazingly similar forms to those of the Dalmatian one in a characteristic thick body.
Character and cares
He/she has good temperament, he/she is a sportsman and family, easy to train. As most of the hunt dogs, he/she needs a lot of exercise, and a brushing next happening to him a mitten for dogs, every several days.