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Puggle
Estados Unidos - Hybrid breeds

Puggle

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Exploring the Fascinating Puggle Dog Breed

Dogs have been loyal companions to humans for centuries., and among the numerous races that have arisen, the Puggle stands out as a unique and charming blend. This race, born from the combination between a Beagle and Dutch bulldog, He has gained popularity for his playful personality and adorable appearance.. In this article, We will explore the story in depth, characteristics and care of Puggles.

Origins of the Puggle

The Puggle It is relatively young compared to other breeds, since their intentional crossing began in the decade of 1980 in the United States. The objective was to combine the best qualities of Beagle and of the Dutch bulldog, thus creating a dog with the energy and sense of smell of the first, along with the friendly personality and distinctive appearance of the second.

Physical Characteristics

Puggles are medium sized dogs, with a compact and robust appearance. They have a round head and floppy ears., inherited mainly from Beagle, while its short and wrinkled snout is characteristic of the Dutch bulldog. Their fur is usually short and dense., with a variety of colors including beige, black, and brindle. Large, expressive eyes add a touch of charm to your appearance.

Playful and Social Personality

One of the reasons why Puggles have become such beloved pets is their friendly and playful personality. They are known for being social dogs that get along well with children and other animals.. Their curious and energetic nature makes them ideal for active families who enjoy constant interaction with their pets..

Essential Care

Despite its robust appearance, the Puggles require specific care to ensure their well-being. Regular exercise is essential to keep your energy level in check and prevent weight-related health problems. It also, Your facial wrinkles require regular cleaning to avoid skin infections. Weekly brushing also helps keep their coat shiny and healthy..

Common Health Challenges

Like all races, the Puggles They may be prone to certain health problems. Their short facial structure can contribute to respiratory problems, and are often susceptible to obesity. Owners should watch for signs of difficulty breathing and maintain a balanced diet and adequate exercise to prevent weight gain..

Conclusions

In conclusion, the Puggle It is a fascinating and charming breed of dog that has won the hearts of many families around the world.. Its unique combination of features Beagle and of the Dutch bulldog makes it distinctive in both appearance and personality. With proper care and attention to your health, Puggles can become loyal and loving companions for those seeking the joy of having a pet in their lives..

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American Mastiff
Estados Unidos Not recognized by the FCI

The American Mastiff He was raised to be a family dog, his character and temperament attest to this...

Mastín Americano

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History

The American Mastiff It is a molossoid-type dog breed that was developed over many years of selective breeding by Fredericka Wagner of “Flying W Farms” (Kennel dedicated to the race), in Piketon, Ohio, ago 20 or 25 years (the truth is that I've burned the tabs looking for the exact date... and I haven't found it).

The objective was to develop a dog that had the size, temperament, the provision, and the appearance of the Mastiff breed, but with fewer health problems and not losing as much saliva as the other varieties of Mastiff dog, and that life expectancy was greater.

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Aksaray Malaklisi
Tuquía Not recognized by the FCI . Cattle Dog Shepherd

Aksaray Malaklisi

The Aksaray Malaklisi it's a peculiar dog, accustomed to thinking and acting for himself

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Historia Aksaray Malakli

Sheepdog from Turkey, was developed in the province of Aksaray, an of the 81 provinces Turkey. The provincial capital is the city of Aksaray, hence the name of the breed. While his name is Aksaray, the breed spread throughout the area which comprise the borders of its neighboring provinces. It borders the provinces of Konya the south and west, Nigde to the south east, Nevsehir east and Kirsehir to the North.

It is a dog cowherd. Cattle has been the most important source of livelihood of the natives for centuries, then there were many flocks of sheep and cattle in general, and these beautiful dogs were dedicated to the protection and guard flocks together with their owners, from time immemorial.

The Aksaray Malaklisi, in the native region he was often called "Kangal Shepherd Dog”, the reason for calling it that is was not because Aksaray (ciudad) and its surroundings in the heart of Anatolia but because being very similar to race Kangal Shepherd Dog (known as Karabash in the area), many breeders to sell to farmers interested in copies of Kangal Shepherd Dog, they told future buyers that it was that breed and not the Aksaray Malaklisi.

    I.e., for many years you sold dogs Aksaray Malaklisi They are saying they were of the race Kangal Shepherd Dog.

But that custom was reaching everyone's ears and things changed, breeding programs began to be regulated and requirements at dog shows were tightened, Since many breeders make claims.

These claims began to be taken into account, especially since while retaining some resemblance there are obvious differences in head and big feet Aksaray Malaklisi and hanging lips.

Physical Characteristics Aksaray Malaklisi

They are big dogs, bulky, at first glance seems to be lazy, but in reality they are very agile and fast. The male measured 75 to 95 cm de altura a la cruz y las hembras de 53 a 66 cm.. The weight should be proportional to the size and bone structure. In general, the weight varies from 20,5 a 31,75 kg. Males are usually larger and heavier than females bones. 65 to 85 cm.. The males they weigh in 70 to 120 kg and females of 50 to 80 kg.

Its fur It has a double layer. Like all dogs of this geographic region, they need a fur enabling them to withstand the temperatures and extreme climates in the area. The colors supported are several: Brown and wheat, yellow.

Character and skills

unique dog, accustomed to thinking and acting for himself, has strong character. He did not hesitate to attack if he sees part of his flock is in danger (among the herd be family, children, properties…). It´s suspicious with strangers.

According to consulted bibliographic sources, and comments on forums, It is a very dog territorial . They can often be aggressive with other dogs, that may be the most ruthless legacy of the human. This breed of dog was used almost, exclusively, for dogfighting perhaps that is the reason for his fame as a dog "aggressive”.

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Alternative names:

1. Central Anatolian shepherd, Aksaray Malaklısı, Turkish mastiff (English).
2. Aksaray Malaklisi, mastife turco, Malakli (Portuguese).
3. Mastiff d’Anatolie, Malaklı, Mastiff turc (French).
4. Aksaray Malaklısı, Türk Mastifi (Türkischer Mastiff), Malaklı (German).
5. Mastín turco, Aksaray Malaklısı, Pastor de Anatolia Central (español).

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Alaskan Klee Kai
Estados Unidos Not recognized by the FCI

Developed to create a miniature dog Alaska Husky

Alaskan Klee Ka

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history “Alaskan Klee Kai”:

Breed of dog “Klee Kai” derived language Athabaskan, which means “small dog”. The breed was developed to create a dog miniature of the Alaska Husky (a mixed breed dog used for bobsled run), resulting in a strong intelligent dog, with a look that reflects his heritage of the North.

The breed was developed in Wasilla, Alaska, United States, in the middle of the Decade of 1970 by Linda S. Spurlin, After that she observed the result of an accidental mating of a Alaskan Husky and a small unknown dog.

The breed was developed together with the Siberian Husky, with the Schipperke and the American Eskimo, to reduce the size without dwarfism. She bred these dogs in private until she released them to the public in 1988.

It was originally called “Klee Kai“, The race was consolidated with the new name Alaskan Klee Kai in the year 2002, It was officially recognized by the American Rare Breed Association (ARBA) in 1995 and by the United Kennel Club (UKC) the 1 in January of 1997.

physical characteristics of the “Alaskan Klee Kai”:

Its weight varies between the 4,3 and 18 kg., Depending on the variety, the standard, the miniature and the Toy.

The appearance of the Alaska Klee Kai North reflects the heritage of the race.
The most distinctive feature of the breed is the facial mask., which must be clearly visible due to the contrast of colors.

The head, wedge of broad-based, It should be free of wrinkles, proportional to the size of the body.
Length snout It should be equal or slightly less than the length of the skull. The lower jaw It is strong but not outgoing. The bite scissors.

The eyes They are medium-sized and can be any color or combination of colors. The almond-shaped eyes are the most desirable.
The ears upright, triangular-shaped, extremely mobile and sensitive to sounds.

The neck It is of medium length, arched and proudly erect when the dog stands. When jogging, It extends the neck so that the head is carried slightly forward.

Seen from the front, the Paws they are straight, parallel, spaced and moderately separated.

The rump It is wide and very slightly sloping.

The hair feet It can be trimmed between the pads and around the outer edges of the feet. All the Spurs must be removed. The tail should be well furred, You can hang when the dog is relaxed or in unfamiliar situations.

The fur It is twofold and of sufficient length to give an appearance reminiscent of Alaskan Husky. The inner layer is smooth, dense and of sufficient length to support the outer layer.

It should move smoothly and effortlessly by walking, agility inherited from their ancestors in the Arctic.

Character and aptitudes of the “Alaskan Klee Kai”:

Very curious, Active, fast, agile. His loyalty and its state of permanent alert, They make this race an excellent guard dog. They can be territorial, despite its small size. If well affectionate with family members, It reserved and cautious with strangers and in unfamiliar situations. It is important to socialize at every opportunity to prevent rejection of the unknown.

Small dogs usually do not like people to invade your space and Alaska Kai Klee is no exception. Neither likes him they grip or tironeen, something that young children often do.

When the Alaska Kai Klee he meets a new person (a friend or your cousin who has been 100 times), side will not fail his shyness. You will need to get to the level of the dog, kneeling you and offering you the back of your hand so that you olfateé. If this goes well, That's great, You can try to scratch under the Chin, This usually they like and not what they interpreted as a threat. If this goes well, then a touch behind the ears, probably the next time that you see, already you accept as a friend.

Son pack animals, and will include human beings or other breeds of dogs as members of their herd.

It is a very brave race He will not hesitate to confront larger dogs, If you feel that a member of his herd is in danger. No dog big enough to intimidate a Alaska Kai Klee. The biggest cause of death in this breed is by fighting with other dogs and abuses in the street.

Very Smart and with a lot of energy. It also, do not mature fully unless they have around 2 years of age. Those first 2 years, the task is to keep free from boredom and therefore avoid destruction by your young pet valuables. They love to dig and chew and may annihilate in a short time the garden that you have cultivated so carefully. They are also excellent climbers and divers.

It can also be very barking, to the point of being unpleasant. They are very vocal when they have something to say and are usually very outgoing in general in such cases. If you have been out of sight during 10 minutes or several hours, You can already be prepared for some good 5-10 minutes which will put you abreast of everything what you missed, While were out of sight.

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Type and recognitions:

  • Nordic group
  • UKC, ARBA, CKC, NKC, APRI, ACR, DRA

Alternative names

1. Alaskan Klee Kai, Klee Kai, Miniature Alaskan Husky, Mini Husky (English).
2. Alaskan Klee Kai (French).
3. Alaskan Klee Kai (German).
4. Alaskan Klee Kai, Klee Kai (Portuguese).
5. Alaskan Klee Kai, Klee Kai (español).

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Majorero
España Not recognized by the FCI

The Majorero is affectionate with their masters, Sometimes something distant.

Bardino Majorero
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History

The Majorero dog (or Bardino Majorero) is a Spanish breed of dog, originally from the island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, where he is referred to in popular form as Dog Bardino. Currently, It is a race dog is in danger of extinction. Traditionally, It has been used as a cattle dog and especially as a watchdog.

The first cattle dogs arrived in Fuerteventura with the conquerors of Spain, along with cattle beef, sheep and horse year 1404. Various historical references attest to this origin. Cattle dogs, Dam dogs, perdigueros dogs, the podencos, and other races, they were introduced in the Canary Islands as they were conquered and colonized by Spain.

Since the early days of colonization, in the agreements of the Cabildos of Betancuria (Fuerteventura) and Tenerife is repeatedly referred to "cattle dogs", to the "dogs of prey", to the "retrievers", and "hunting dogs".

In 1979, held in Gran Tarajal, in the municipality of Tuineje, the first monograph of the race bringing together farmers, experts and judges, being the beginning of the process for the recognition of the breed by the Royal Canine society of Spain, Thanks to the work of recovery and dissemination of the race by the protective society of Bardino (S.P.B.) Fuerteventura Island.

But, is not to the 14 in April of 1994 When the Royal Canine society of Spain recognized finally to the “Asociación Canaria Protectora del Perro Majorero Toto”. Is this recognition and to the first five years of the new century, When the majorera race enters a deep decline in the island, that he takes it to the brink of extinction. There was no specific breeding and selection plan that would change the fate of the Perro Bardino Majorero. Existing speculation had also diminished racial quality..

Currently has founded the “Asociación para la Conservación del Perro Majorero” (ACPM), He was born as an initiative from the hands of several breeders, owners and enthusiasts, with the aim of safeguarding and promoting the survival of Perro Bardino Majorero.

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The Majorero Cattle Dog, as we know it today, was the result of the crossing of dogs brought by the Spanish conquistadors, with tenants.

These dogs, for almost six hundred years have been essential partners of farmers and peasants majoreros. As a company, guardians of houses, farm and livestock.

  • Otros nombres: Majorero / Bardino Majorero

Physical characteristics

The Majorero It is a dog of medium size and robust. The standard marks a height to the cross of 57 to 63 cm in males, the females are slightly smaller and its height is of 55 to 61 cm.. In both sexes, there is a margin of tolerance of 2 cm above or below. The weight of the males is of 30 to 45 kg, and in females in 25 to 35 Kg.

The fur is soft and short hair, the hair color is Jet Black with beige and grey which gives the tone striped. A curious feature of the breed is that they are the single or double spurs on the hind legs. They often have white spots on extremities, referred to in shoes, and from the lower lip to the chest, Sometimes the belly. The hair should be of medium length, soft, and with subpelo.

The skin should be thick and loose, especially in the dorsal part of the dog.

Character and skills

They have a very strong temperament, and that makes them dangerous to strangers who roam without warning in the territories they take care of...

Traditionally (and now), in the Canary Islands has been used for saves and conduction of the goats, sheep and cattle, and as guardian in country houses and estates. In the past, by his bellicose nature was used as a dog fight, and it is often crossed with dogs of prey. It is affectionate with their masters, Sometimes something distant, and he likes to be with children, to protect as if they were her pups and tolerate their own age cruelties. It is not a submissive dog, quite the contrary.

In the news, tends to be used as a watchdog, in villas, farms, industrial estates, etc. It is an active dog who is always alert distrustful by nature is, very territorial with other dogs.

His gaze is serious, but not severe, is of few friends. It is a very confident dog, and a correct and coherent education is essential when it is used as a companion dog, because it is very independent, and you need that they mark clear guidelines.

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Andalusian Hound Maneto
España Not recognized by the FCI

The Andalusian Hound Maneto It is a dog of a single master, with this he will be very affectionate, but not sticky…

Maneto

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History

The Andalusian Hound Maneto It is an autochthonous breed from the south of Andalusia., of the Provinces of Cádiz and part of the border towns of the Province of Málaga with Cádiz, Although their highest concentration is found in the Campo de Gibraltar.

One of their ancestors is the Andalusian Hound, has medium-sized, possibly due to a genetic mutation known as basetismo or dwarfism, what gives the so characteristic shape to this breed.

As it is the case in almost all breeds of dog native Spanish, Andalusian Hound Maneto It is the name with which is popularly called by hunters and people who do know in the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga, places where this variety of the Andalusian Hound.

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Dogs breeds: Andalusian Hound Maneto

Physical characteristics

The Andalusian Hound Maneto it is a small-bodied dog, short legs, long and very compact, the members are short in relation to body length. Is strong structure, muscular and compact.

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The coat is short and smooth, bright and compact, covers the entire body equally and presents the same length in all body regions. They can be Tan, that goes from the clear range to the darker, as in gradient. Or white and cinnamon.

Its height to the cross is between 30 and 35 cm. (both males and females). Y, the weight, is of 9 to 11 Kg.

The dog Andalusian Hound Maneto because of its morphological structure, It has been used exclusively in the game, in special, the rabbit. It is specially adapted to the mount under Mediterranean with Bramble patches, streams and tight gorges.

One of its characteristics in hunting, is perseverance and willingness to, his body help, post that allows you to have access to complicated terrain of low and thick shrubs, area to which other native dogs of Andalusia, they couldn't even get in... For that reason, Historically, It has been used for the hunting of rabbits.

It is also very good bird Hunter, as Partridge and quail, as, as well, to collect the ducks in the water, It is a great collector in all areas of tight mount, the Aeneas and shrubs, in the water.

Character and skills

The Andalusian Hound Maneto It is a dog of a single master, with this it will be very affectionate and sought his affection and attention but not empalagar, and also- is very independent.

He is a confident dog., Moody, with a highly developed sense of “possession” What makes it to be highly territorial with other dogs, from very early ages.

It will be necessary to know Maneto very well and develop a strong bond of trust in order to assess his intelligence and bravery., both in hunting work and at home and in its role as a companion dog.

You would love to live in a home (will be adapted without problems), but you will always want to take a country walk to be able to show off their hunting instinct.

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Federations:

  • RSCE – Group 5 Section 7 (Provisionally recognized)

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Pachón Navarro
España Not recognized by the FCI

Pachón Navarro

The Pachón Navarro has a conspicuous split on the nose that is also called a 'double nose'.

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History

The Pachón Navarro It is a Spanish breed of dog originating in Navarra, This is a sample dog used in small pen and hair game.

Scholars of the race, the popularity of this breed of dog reached its peak popularity in the pose, especially among the Spanish nobility in the 18th and 19th century. After the Spanish Civil War, the race was on the verge of extinction.

It was then, When a race enthusiasts decided to begin work on the recovery of the same. The first step was to travel the country and locate all the specimens of Pachón Navarro that had survived the social disaster.

That is why, the Pachón Navarro current is the product of the recovery through specimens from the Old Spanish Pointing Dog (Old Spanish Pointer), that is the theory maintained by classical authors during the last centuries.

In fact, Old dog sample Spanish, It is one of the seven breeds that appears as a show dog in the classification carried out by the Royal Canine Society of Spain., in the year 1911.

Within the documentation of its origins, Some theories suggest that the Pachón Navarro descends from the Talbot Hound and other hunting dogs., whose origin dates back to the 12th century.

Currently the Pachón Navarro, still in recovery phase.

Otros nombres: Old Spanish Pointer / Perdiguero Navarro / Pointer Navarro / Pachón de Victoria.

Dogs breeds: Pachón Navarro

Physical characteristics

It is a dog of robust body, rectangular, It has the large head and strong, square muzzle, the limbs are rather short, the trunk is cylindrical and its hair has a hard texture and a misaligned appearance.

It is a large size dog, weighs around 27-33 kilos and has a height the cross of 48 to 57 centimeters.

Pachón Navarro is a hunting dog whose most striking feature is one split in the truffle It is also called 'double nose'.

Apparently, that peculiar nose gives Pachón Navarro heightened olfactory sensitivity, being that one of the reasons why he was chosen as hunting dog.

Its hair short may be the color liver and white, or orange and white. The spots of the head and a large part of the layer are, generally, solid color.

While, in most of the specimens of the breed the short coat predominates, it is possible to find specimens with longer or “sedeño” fur.

Their ears they are long.

The Federation Cynologique Internationale, and the main Cinológicas federations in Europe, they do not recognize Pachón Navarro, as a race official.

Character and skills

Pachón Navarro is a dog Intelligent, quiet, docile. It is very sociable with both humans and other dogs.

Its largest state of happiness is in the field, there he will trot vigorously, giving gala of its wide resistance and its nature of Hunter. If plays his role as Hunter, will be an excellent companion.

Given your Hunter instinct, It is a dog that needs a lot of exercise., you will always have a torrent of energy that you need to expend, even running through the fields.

Anyway, It can adapt to the home life in very affectionate with his family although independent, and You will enjoy a lot being in the open air giving a few good rides.

Observations

You can find extensive information of the race in the web of the Pachón Spanish club.

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Andalusian Hound
España Not recognized by the FCI

Podenco Andaluz

The Andalusian Hound It is a dog with a lively character and very balanced..

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History

Native to the Andalusian region of southern Spain, It is believed that the Andalusian Hound probably descended from the European hunting dog. It had been speculated that it was one of the ancient races represented in the cave paintings of the Iberian Peninsula thousands of years ago., but recent genetic studies have made this theory unlikely.

This breed was not officially recognized in Spain until 1990, when a group of races was created. Due to the lack of any unique distinguishing features and the similarities it shares with other dog breeds, in particular with him Portuguese Podengo, the Andalusian Hound not usually recognized in its own right outside its country of origin.

Traditionally used as hunting dogs, your senses of sight, hearing and smell have developed a lot over the years, and have the ability to withstand the hot and dry conditions of the arid landscape from which they originate. They are known to be successful and methodical hunters.. The Andalusian Hound smallest traditionally hunts hares or rabbits, while the larger variants can be used to hunt wild boar. They usually hunt in packs.

The race not is recognized by the FCI or by no other international Cynological Association given the large number of matches with the standard of the Portuguese Podengo, It causes doubt dealt or not, really, of different races.

Physical characteristics

As in the Portuguese Warren Hound, the Andalusian hound distinguishes three sizes and three types of hair, factors whose combination may cause up to nine different varieties.

Bearing in mind the size varieties are:

  • Great Andalusian Hound
  • Medium-Andalusian Hound
  • Small Andalusian Hound

If we consider the different types of hair, We have the following varieties:

  • Andalusian Hound hair Sardinia or hard.
  • Andalusian hound Solorio or long hair.
  • Andalusian Hound of smooth or short hair.

There is a variety derived from the short-haired medium Andalusian Podenco, which receives the name of Andalusian Hound Maneto, due to its short and sturdy legs, phenomenon known in the field of cynology as bassetismo, alluding to the Basset. Currently the Maneto is accepted as a breed by the RSCE provisionally.

The basic color of the layer is white or cinnamon, either consisting of both colors. The white color exists in its variants silver, mate and ivory; and the cinnamon can vary from clear to cinnamon ignition.

With regard to the size and weight of the three varieties, below we specify:

Height to the cross:

  • Size large: males of 54 to 64 cm and females in 53 to 61 cm..
  • Size medium: males of 43 to 53 cm and females in 42 to 52 cm..
  • Small size: males of 35 to 42 cm and females 32 to 41 cm..

Weight:

  • Size large: 27 kg. (+ – 6 kg).
  • Size medium: 16 kg. (+- 6 kg).
  • Small size: 8 kg. (+ – 3 kg).

The Andalusian Hound, is a harmonic dog, compact, very rustic and well plumbed.

Character and skills

The Andalusian Hound, has a great intelligence, nobility, sociability and is always alert. It is a dog alive and well balanced character, reacts only to important stimuli.

It is a dog fast, par b. Hunt, with an excellent sense of smell and very resistant to fatigue, not mannish before anything, he is methodical and quick in his search, both hunting and in a minor, being an excellent collector's hair or feather, whether in water or rough terrain.

The Andalusian Hound like the other podencos it has a highly developed sense of sight, hearing and smell which makes them good hunters especially when it comes to rabbit hunting.

The shakes of hunting practiced in the center and south of Spain the podencos constitute the nucleus of the rehalas (Group of hunting dogs, whose number ranges from 20 and 24), which are usually made up of large hounds for harassment and some medium-sized specimens such as point or search dogs.

In the small game hunting used medium and girl varieties, either on an individual basis, in pairs or forming arcades (gang of hunting dogs).

One of the most typical functions of the large hound, is that of mascaras, accompanying the colleras of greyhounds during the hunting of the Hare. Its work is, first, getting up and doing the rabona from your bed or hiding out, making it available to the greyhounds and, after finished the lance, remove the piece of the Greyhound to bring it to its owner.

In the Andalusian farmhouses of large size were used as dogs guardians and the girl size as cleaners of rodents.

It is very loving, submissive and fair with the owner, but break that bond in the face of unjust punishment. As well, It has a great capacity for training.

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Federations:

  • RSCE – Group 5 Section 7 (Provisionally recognized)