Cheverny is also a high place of Vènerie. More than hundred tricolor anglo-french dogs live at Cheverny. They are from a cross of English Fox hound and French Poitevins. The Cheverny kennels was created in 1850. It was entirely restored in 2012 and is ranked on the Environment Code, the Rural Code and the Code of Public Health.
THE FEEDING OF THE DOGS
In order to ensure compliance with physical distancing measures, the dogs are not being fed publicly for the time being.
More than hundred hunting dogs live at Cheverny and you can go and visit them all day long.
Between April 1st and September 14th the dogs are fed every day at 11.30am (under reserve).
From September 15th till March 31st the dogs are fed at 11.30am (under reserve),
but only on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Next to the kennels you find the Kitchen Garden.
FIND A NAME FOR ONE OF THE DOGS OF THE PACK
Baptize one of the dogs of Cheverny by finding a fitting name for it.
This year the name has to start with the letter "R".
Here are the Christian names chosen from visitor suggestions with the letter P : - Pacifique - Pactole - Pampa - Panache - Panthéon - Papillon - Parabole - Paraguay - Parchemin - Parenthèse - Parisien - Parmesan - Particule - Pendule - Pépin - Perseigne - Péruvien - Pétrus - Pibole - Picardie - Pivoine - Plaisance - Poitou - Pologne - Pomerol - Princesse - Provence - Prussien - Pyramide.