China Gran Bretaña FCI 253


The Carlin It is a friendly and affectionate dog with other dogs and with people.



The Carlin or Carlin (also known as Chinese Carlin, Mops, Carlinogu) is a breed of dog miniature with wrinkled face and a body of small to medium-sized, originating in China.

This breed is often summarized as "multum in parvo" (much in little), describing the personality of the Carlin related to its small size.

The word “Carlin” It may come from the Old English Carlinog, He is a loving description would be something like as a small demon playful or mono. Carlin puppies are called Carlinolets.

La raza Pug dog, has very ancient origins. It was raised and selected in China, country in which was the favourite dog of officials, It is also a very popular in Holland and England breed of dog.

In fact, England claimed the patronage of la raza, since they had been for years an excellent job of selection. At last, part of the patronage of the race was awarded to Great Britain.

This wrinkled and funny puppy, He was a faithful companion of the ladies of the 19th century in Italy.

As almost all dog breeds, It had its difficult moments especially when followed by the world wars but has not been on the verge of extinction like other.

Today Carlin breed is highly prized in almost every corner of the world.

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Among the rich and famous are admirers of the Carlin King Louis XIV, Josefina, Empress of Napoleon, Queen Victoria, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and fashion designer Valentino.

Physical characteristics

It is a dog under, solid square and compact appearance, well proportioned and muscular; the head, large, rounded and solid appearance, is covered with folds; the muzzle is square and flat; the eyes, large, bulging, they are dark; It has straight legs and looped collector queue. The hair is tight, smooth and shiny.

The Carlio or Pug may be silver or soft apricot with a black mask, in both cases it presents a black stripe that goes from head to tail; It can also be pure black or white which is the more scarce and expensive of all.

It measures each 30 cm to cross and weighs between 6 and 8 kg. His confident nature, docile and friendly made a prized pet of the Carlin. The Carlin is particularly a dog “with sense of humor”, exhibiting very human facial expressions given its bone structure. By striking appearance some people tend to think of the Carlin characteristics are the result of genetic manipulation or inbred crosses. However, the characteristics of the Carlin are similar in the last five hundred years, period in which Europeans began it importing from China.

Carlin queue has a feature spiral or letter “Q”. This variation in the way of the tail is due to the vertebrae in this portion of the column are actually hemivertebra. In some few puppies, This alteration of the form can be extended to the rest of the column and present the animal spina bifida. The spine of the animal must feel before purchasing to avoid choosing a sick puppy. An animal that suffers from this malformation should not be reproduced in order to not pass this problem to their offspring.

Given the shape of the skull, the eyes of the Carlin have a look jumpy and lively. To find the eyes located above, they are more exposed to friction with plants and objects to the eyes of other animals, and it is advisable to take them to the vet as soon as possible if they have an injury. It is recommended that owners Carlino cleaned once a week the eyes of the animal with a clean cotton swab moistened with cold boiled water or cold tea, in order to remove secretions or dirt.
Features wrinkles of the face may also collect secretions and dirt. It is recommended at least once a week clean gently between wrinkles using the same method. It is not necessary to apply SOAP, creams or other substances. Simple toilet is enough and to spare.

While the Carlin is a short haired dog, tends to constantly pelechar, so his tenure is not recommended for persons allergic or asthmatic. They have a characteristic pungent odor that may bother some people, but that decreases a bath every couple of weeks.

The biggest health problem posed by Carlin is one that is completely preventable and treatable, and that depends entirely of the OWNER. This disease is the OBESITY. A Carlin receiving proper care can live more than fourteen years, Although on average they tend to live around ten.

A 1% the Cubs can reach presenting a degenerative neurological disease called Encephalitis the Carlino (or tap for its acronym in English). This disease is lethal and has no known cure. For this reason dogs must not be reproduced within the two years, in order to not transmit the gene to their offspring. Last year of life is very unlikely to reach Carlin present this disease.

Character and skills

The Carlin aren't aggressive animals. Like any dog, they can bite, but it is very rare that this happens without the animal mistreatment. The Carlin live up to their motto “Multum in parvo” and they do not amilanan to larger breeds dogs, which you can get into trouble.

Before humans, the Carlin tend to be playful and seek interaction. However can be apprehensive to strangers, and with their barking to announce the presence of unknown people. Although its size are not guard dogs, If they are good “alert dogs”.

The Carlin show a moderate level of intelligence, being able to use their short snouts and front paws to obtain objects out of reach. They sometimes tend to stubbornness, and do not necessarily come when you are called, but rather when crave it. However they are not far away from their owners and to prefer the company of other dogs.

During the first years of life Carlin may occasionally be hyperactive (run, jumping and barking constantly) but this feature tends to disappear over the years. The Carlin five or more years tend to be more relaxed and enjoy more of the armchairs Street.

There is a tendency to believe that animals are Carlin “sickly”, which is very far from reality. A healthy Carlin will behave aggressively and playful, and even a bit hyperactive in its first years of life. Its solid structure makes they tolerate well the game with children and adults, and its particularly harsh head may cause bumps and falls to young children and older adults.

The Carlin is a small animal, and although strong, requires very little food. However, to be a pet, owners tend to supercharge them and share their food with them. This must not be. The Carlin may well eat a cup of dry food in the morning and a cup at night, and it won't be famine or require any supplement extra.

An obese carlin is not a Carlin “beautiful”, on the contrary, It is an animal that sick because you can not breathe well, be it exhausted easily and will begin to suffer from problems in the spine and joints. A Carlin is fed healthily, on the other hand, a robust animal, with his sharp and clearly visible muscles under the skin. A healthy Carlin can run as fast as any other dog I, and you can skip two or three times its own height. While the animal enjoys eating meals extras and receive “Awards” occasionally, is task of the owner to ensure that the quantity and quality of food that consumes is adequate.

Valuations of the Carlin

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Carlin” you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, You must take into account their character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, your care and if you have young children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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Type and recognitions:

  • CLASSIFICATION FCI:Group 9 –> Companion and Toy Dogs. . / Section 11 –> Small Molossian Dogs. Without working trial.
  • FCI 253
  • Federations: FCI , AKC , ANKC , CKC , ​KC , NZKC , UKC
  • Carlin FCI standard of race
  • Carlino FCI

Alternative names:

    1. Chinese pug, Dutch mastiff (English).
    2. Pug (French).
    3. Pug (German).
    4. Carlin, Mops (Portuguese).
    5. Pug chino, Mops, Pug carlino, Doguillo (Spanish).

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