Brazilian terrier
Brasil FCI 341 - Large and medium-sized Terrier.

Brazilian Terrier

Due to his easy training and physical abilities, in Brazil it is used as a circus dog.

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History

Although the Brazilian terrier was originally from Brazil, his ancestors did not come from South America, but mainly from Europe. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, many Brazilian youths studied at European universities, especially in England and France. It was not uncommon for them to come home married and their wives sometimes brought small terrier dogs with them. These were mixed with the native males and females, so a breed of dog developed, whose members looked different and literally strange.

But in a few generations the phenotype of the Brazilian terrier. It is believed to be the result of crossing Pinscher, Chihuahua and Jack Russel Terrier.

By the way, the Brazilian terrier became familiar with the different living conditions in Brazil: At first families with their dogs lived in the countryside before being attracted to the big urban centers, that gradually developed. The Brazilian terrier used to serve primarily as a rat hunter. In the meantime, However, its field of application has been expanded: they are excellent guard and family dogs.

Selective breeding of this breed of dog, highly appreciated in Brazil but almost unknown in Europe, started around 1970. The Brazilian terrier was provisionally recognized by the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) in 1995 and from 2007 is completely included as a breed in the catalog of the largest cynological organization in the world. Bears the standard number 341 and is in the group 3 (terriers), section 1 (Large and medium-sized terriers).

Physical characteristics

The Brazilian terrier is a dog's size medium, slim and harmonious construction. Its square body with rounded outer lines is firm but not too heavy. The weight of an adult animal is a maximum of eight to ten kilograms. This applies to both males and females, although the height at the withers is different in both: While reaching 35 to 40 centimeters in males, it's just 33 to 38 centimeters in females.

Interesting and unusual is that Brazilian terrier have different tail lengths from birth: From a rudimentary stump on a medium long tail to a full tail, you can find the most varied expressions. This characteristic characteristic of the breed gives the Brazilian terrier an individual appearance and does not detract from its charm, on the contrary.

The dog also owes its special charisma to the small folded ears, as well as the big round blue eyes, green, brown, Bluish gray or reddish brown with an open and lively look. The head seems very expressive. It has a triangular shape and is wide at the base. The face narrows noticeably from the widely spaced ears to the tip of the nose. Due to the relatively distinctive groove on the forehead, seems thoughtful.

The short coat, smooth, fine and tight dog feels very nice, a bit like the hair of a rat. No underwear. Especially soft areas are found on the head, the ears, the bottom of the neck and the inside of the front legs. As a rule, a Brazilian terrier it's tricolor. The basic color is always white. It is flanked by black marks, blue and / or brown red, they provide a distinctive pattern. Over and over you hear and read that the Brazilian terrier has strong similarities to Fox Terrier. This is undeniable, but there are visible differences: the Brazilian's muzzle is much shorter and the body contours appear more rounded, while the body of the Fox Terrier is more angular.

Character and skills

The character of Brazilian terrier can be described, justly, as little complicated. Their social behavior is once again much better than that of other types of terrier. For example, the stubbornness of Russel and I shake it off Fox Terrier are much less present in South America. He is very friendly with the people he meets and in relation to contact with their owners, one can use terms like “loving” and “Tender”. Also with other dogs the Brazilian terrier usually gets along smoothly.

Like your relatives in the terrier family, the Brazilian terrier it is extremely spirited, and therefore active and lively. You could also say: a real brazilian. As a result, need plenty of exercise. He loves to accompany runners and hikers and frolic with children., but is content with fun adventures in the park without complaining. But please, pay attention to the variety: The dog finds both pleasure in ball games and recovery. It moves freely and elegantly. Typical are the short and fast steps.

The Brazilian terrier is considered a smart dog – but of course this requires a certain amount of activity, not just outside, but also inside the house or the apartment. Its high level of attention and the fact that it is initially reserved towards strangers, his above average barking often qualifies him as a watchdog. It is also worth mentioning the dog's ability to empathize in almost any situation..

In short, It is an excellent dog for home and family or social, which can be easily trained with a successful mix of gentle and patient guidance. Canine sports enthusiast (agility, fly-ball). In addition, gets along very well with horses, making it an excellent companion for horse owners. Thanks to his pleasant character, the Brazilian terrier also suitable as a beginner dog for people who have had little or no experience of active dog ownership to date.

Considering its origin, the Brazilian terrier is naturally used to tropical temperatures. For this reason it is recommended to give up the breed if you live in very cold and rainy climates.

Care and health of the Brazilian Terrier

The maintenance of Brazilian terrier it's comparatively easy. This is mainly due to the short, smooth coat without undercoat. The dog hardly loses hair, so it is also suitable for allergy sufferers who have to do without the four-legged friends of other races for health reasons.

Talking about health:

Another positive aspect is that the Brazilian terrier they are particularly resistant to diseases and have a high life expectancy. On average, they live on 12 to 15 years. Only with respect to the ears is necessary caution: Dogs have what are known as slanted ears, which means that the ear canal is angled. This makes ventilation of the inner ear somewhat more difficult., which promotes the settlement of bacteria and fungi and significantly increases the probability of a dangerous ear infection. For this reason, the ears of the Brazilian terrier must be cleaned regularly and thoroughly. To do this, earlobes and special ear cleaners are used. These agents help loosen dirt and wax from the ear and, therefore, keep the quadruped healthy. Important: Never use cotton swabs. They would have a counterproductive effect.

Images of the Brazilian Terrier

Photos:

1 – Brazilian terrier – Dog 2013 Helsinki 13-15/12/2013 by Tomasyna / CC BY-SA
2 – Juliana Lopes / CC BY by Brazilian Terrier, uploaded from Flickr
3 – Matt Hidalgo / CC BY-SA by Filomena and one more of their faces =) (Brazilian Terrier)
4 – Terrier brasileño by Sini Merikallio / CC BY-SA
5 – The 4 genetically possible colours of Terrier Brasileiro. From left to right: Tricolor black, tricolor brown, tricolor blue, tricolor isabela by TerrierBrasileiroDaPedraFilosofal / CC BY-SA
6 – Terrier brasileño by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/548786
7 – Terrier brasileño by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1188027

Videos of the Brazilian Terrier

Type and recognitions:

  • CLASSIFICATION FCI: 341
  • Group 3: Terriers.
  • Section 1: Large and medium-sized Terriers. Without working trial.
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Terriers. Section 1 Large and medium-sized terriers.
    • CBKC

    FCI Standard of the Brazilian Terrier breed

    BRAZILIAN TERRIER FCIBRAZILIAN TERRIER FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Fox Paulistinha (English).
      2. terrier brasileiro (French).
      3. Terrier Brasileiro (German).
      4. Fox paulistinha, Foquinho (Portuguese).
      5. Fox Paulistinha, Terrier Brasileiro (Spanish).

    Slovak Cuvac
    Eslovaquia FCI 142 - Sheepdogs.

    Slovak Cuvac

    The Slovak Cuvac is a good watchdog, faithful and very brave, always ready to fight intruders, even if it's bears or wolves.

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    History

    The white mountain dog breed group is derived from arctic-type wolves, whose survivors remained from the pre-glacial era in the mountainous areas of Europe, as far as freezing limits reached. These areas are the mountainous slopes of the North Caucasus, the balkans, especially the Rodope mountains, the Carpathians, especially the Tatra, the slopes to the north of Abruzzo and finally the Pyrenees. In these cold and humid regions the mountain dog was introduced, also accompanied by ancient flora and fauna, which were still discovered by the Swedish researcher Wahlenberg in Scandinavia.. We can find a similar relationship with Nordic pets, for example, in Tatra regions in the Carpathians where the Huzul horse has as its predecessor the Gudbrandstal horse; in the same way, the Slovak Cuvac has an analogy with the pomeranian sheepdog. Slovak alpine cowboy activity has a very old tradition.

    The Slovak Cuvac along with the mountain sheep, the Huzul horse and the typical mountain inhabitants constitute the basic economic conditions to take advantage of the pastures in cattle breeding. The Slovak mountains mostly belonged to the free people who were not subject to the servitudes of the Middle Ages; the people protected the country's borders and their task was only to make sheep cheeses. His institution was called ″ Wallach Alliance ″ (Vallasky belt), based in Kaschau until the abolition of easements. The members of this military and pastoral group carried out their services in the pastures, always accompanied by the typical surveillance dog. Tatra that also appear in many images. The Slovak Cuvac has shown his skills as a good caregiver, guardian and companion, as well as guide the flocks of sheep, to the care of the cattle and also in the pastures of turkeys and other domestic animals, as well as guarding various objects. Also the clients of the thermal stations who visited the alpine cowboys and who came to buy cheeses and other products, they looked with pleasure at these puppies covered in dense hair and bought them, taking this breed to lower places where it was often considered a luxury breed for its unique appearance.

    In the Polish Tatra region, where there is a similar breed of mountain dog called goral dog, exceptionally strong specimens were commonly called "Liptauer", indicating its Slovak origin. In this way, It is also limited from the topographical point of view the region of the breeding of the Slovak Cuvac white. The genealogical record of the Slovak Cuvac was started in Czechoslovakia more than 30 years by Professor Anton Hruza of the Veterinary Faculty of Brünn. The initial material came from the Liptovska Luzna region, kokava, Vychodna from Tatrach and the surrounding area of ​​Rachovo in the Carpathians. The first hatchery was named ″ Ze zlaté studny ″ (from the golden well) and it was founded in Svitavy u Brna.

    The calf in the Carpathians was called ″ z Hoverly ″ (the Hoverla). Since then, the Breeders Club of Slovak Cuvac is based in Bratislava where exact registrations are made and exhibitions are organized, judgments and powers that extend throughout the country. Other original bloodlines come from the Liptovské Hole regions, Velky Choc, buried, Martin, Jedlova and Jeseniky. The lines that have been extended further are Topas, career, Simba, Hrdos, Ibro, Cuvo, Ass, Dinar, Samko, Bojar, Olaf and others. Genetically the Slovak Cuvac can be characterized as a leuzistic mountain dog with a black muzzle, and to a lesser extent as a flavistico white dog with brown snout and lighter eyes. From the combination of the mentioned genetic types, in which the first is dominant, some variations in color tonality originate, pigmentation of the eyes, of the eyelids, of the muzzle, lips and mucosa. By means of a strict selection in the direction of the first type, judges and breeders achieved the rate required for the current standard and its stabilization within the hatchery area. The number of club members with bred and kennel dogs has reached as many as 200 in the last times. Since then, we have 800 live and registered dogs throughout the Republic. The quality of our upbringing of Slovak Cuvac it reflects, among other things, in the favorable judgment made in international exhibitions (Prague, Brno, Liberec, Bratislava, Leipzig among others) with intense foreign competition.

    Physical characteristics

    Shows the typical solid and solid appearance of mountain dogs. The bone is solid, the lively and vigilant temperament, fearless and attentive. The eyes are dark brown and oval. Ears are high and very mobile, of moderate length, hanging and almost attached to the head. The tail has a low implant and at rest descends to the hock. When the dog moves, he wears it curled on his back.

    • Hair: except for the head and limbs, where is shorter, the mantle constitutes a dense continuous covering without tufts in the tail and the haunches. The Mache have a marked mane. The subpelo, fine thick, it is completely covered by the hair and is less dense in summer.
    • Color: white. A yellowish blur at the end of the ears is supported but not desirable.
    • Size: males, of 62 to 70 cm.; females, of 59 to 65 cm..

    Observations and tips

    According to the tradition, only white individuals are selected to distinguish them at night from wild animals.

    Character and skills

    He is extremely faithful and brave and is always ready to face any harmful animal, still to wolves and bears. In order to differentiate it during the night from the wild beasts of the field, it is only bred in white color, this being an ancient tradition.

    He is very affectionate with his owner.

    Images of the Slovak Cuvac

    Videos of the Slovak Cuvac

    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI:Group 1 –> Herding dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs). / Section 1 –> Sheepdogs. Without working trial.
    • FCI 142
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Group 1 Herding dogs, Section 1 Sheepdogs
    • AKC – PASTORAGE
    • UKC – Herding dogs
  • Slovak Cuvac breed FCI standard
  • SLOVAKIAN CHUVACH FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Slovak Cuvac, Slovak Chuvach, Tatransky Cuvac, Slovak tschuvatsch (English).
      2. Slovenský čuvač, cuvac (French).
      3. Slovenský Cuvac (German).
      4. Cuvac (Portuguese).
      5. Cuvac eslovaco (Spanish).

    Source:

    1 – fci

    Photos:

    1 – Cuvac eslovaco by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1323780
    2 – Cuvac eslovaco by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1323780
    3 – Cuvac eslovaco by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1424979
    4 – Cuvac eslovaco by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/898976
    5 – Cuvac eslovaco by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1233682

    Black Russian Terrier
    Rusia FCI 327 - Pinscher and Schnauzer

    Terrier Ruso Negro

    The Black Russian Terrier, need plenty of exercise, and it can be hyperactive and destructive

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    History

    The Black Russian Terrier, (in Russian: Чёрный терьер), abbreviated as BRT, known, also as dog of Stalin (Sobaka Stalina), It is a breed of dog developed to serve as a guard dog and dog police.

    The breed was recognized as such in July of 2004, by the American Kennel Club.

    Despite its name, Black Russian Terrier, is not a pure Terrier: It is believed that they were used around twenty races in its development, including (among others) to the Airedale Terrier, the Giant Schnauzer, the Rottweiler, the Newfoundland, the Ovtcharka and the Moscow water dog, now extinct.

    Physical characteristics

    The Russian black terrier much more resemble a Schnauzer that to a Terrier. The head is long, with flat front. The strong muzzle. The eyes are small and dark. The trunk is solid. The limbs are straight and muscular.

    The Black Russian Terrier, gives the impression of great strength, agility and value. It is a robust dog, rustic in appearance (but not fat), and it must not appear as if his hair was sculpted or trimmed, must see bright in nature, and slightly curly.

    The coat is hard and dense, is not very smooth to the touch, It is as curly and the length of the hair will be of 4 to 10 cm.. The longest hair found in the beard and eyebrows, with a mane (not very dense but longer than the rest of the body) What, extends, slightly, the cross and the neck, most pronounced feature in males. The coat is low detachment and the color is black with some gray hair.

    According to the FCI standard (1983), the male must have a height of 66 to 72 cm to the cross and the female of 64 to 70 cm., with a tolerance of +/- 2 cm.. They must weigh between 35-70 kg.

    Did You Know?

    Although the word Terrier on their behalf, Black Russian Terrier is a member of the Working Group of the American Kennel Club.

    Physical characteristics

    The Black Russian Terrier, is a safe dog, quiet, very intelligent, brave and loyal. It should never be shy. It may seem distant, or perhaps independent, but in their basic needs, is the human company and love of his family.

    It is a healthy dog in general and their life expectancy is around the 14 years.

    Because of his upbringing as a working dog, has a very strong instinct worker (“the work ethic”), and that is why it is good to provide the animal some games to understand work roles, will be so happy.

    Initial training is a necessity, that you will take advantage of any owner who has not been able to establish a domain course. They are very sensitive to education and often Excel at obedience competitions. Also, they are very good in various dog sports, such as agility.

    The Black Russian Terrier, need plenty of exercise, and it can be hyperactive and destructive if it does not have the opportunity to burn their energy.

    Ratings of the Black Russian Terrier

    Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Black Russian Terrier” 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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    Black Russian Terrier images

    Black Russian Terrier videos

    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI:Group 2 –> Pinscher and Schnauzer - Molossoid breeds - Swiss Mountain Dogs and Cattle Dogs. . / Section 1.4 –> Pinscher and Schnauzer. Working trial optional.
    • FCI 327
    • Federations: FCI , AKC , ANKC , CKC , ​KC , NZKC , UKC
    • FCI nomenclature breed Black Russian Terrier
    • RUSSIAN BLACK TERRIER FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Chornyi, Russian Bear Schnauzer, Russian Black Terrier, Chornyi Terrier (English).
      2. Terrier noir russe, errier noir (French).
      3. Russischer Schwarzer Terrier, Russischer Schwarzer Terrier (German).
      4. Terrier preto da Rússia, Cão de Stalin, chiorny Terrier (Portuguese).
      5. Perro de Stalin (Spanish).

    Cesky Terrier
    República Checa FCI 246

    Terrier Checo

    vivacious “Cesky Terrier” It is small and like any terrier, loves to dig.

    Content

    History

    The Cesky Terrier is a small dog characterized by a long head, dull, wedge-shaped with a face bearded, drooping ears, a body and a long coat, silky gray.

    In 1949, The breeder Scottish Terrier and avid hunter Frantisik Horak what is now the Czech Republic crossed his Scots with “Sealyham terrier” to create what would become the “Cesky Terrier”, an elegant pack hunter terrier with a long coat, soft and silky.

    Horak loved hunting skills of their Scottish Terriers and personality of the Sealyham Terrier, but not the white coat Sealyham. He believed that both would produce a breeding dog get along while hunting group.

    Horak dogs were crossed for the first time a Scottish terrier bitch named Donka Lovuzdar, which it was both a hunting dog as a dog conformation show, and Sealyham called Buganier Urquelle, It is belonging to a herd hunting Sealyhams. In selecting the features he wanted (a dog that could go hunting on a Friday and that could be easily washed and brushed and he was ready to compete in exhibitions recognition on Saturday and Sunday), the Cruze was a dog with excellent olfactory abilities and a fur gray soft. He designed a haircut with scissors to show muscle and soft fur of the “Cesky Terrier” and give her a slim look.

    Horak documentation about the pedigrees of dogs and crosses that did become one of the rare breeds that can be traced back to its founders.

    Physical characteristics

    The “Cesky Terrier” It is a well-muscled hunter terrier, short-legged, well pigmented, rectangular format. It has floppy ears and wears a long coat, thin but solid, slightly wavy, with a silky sheen, not too filling.

    The coat comes in two color varieties: grey blue (to the puppies are born black) and light brown (to the puppies are born dark brown, chocolate). In both color varieties yellow markings allowed, gray or white.

    The “Cesky Terrier” It is longer than high with a top line that is slightly raised back.

    They are relatively similar to those of Sealyham terrier and the Scottish Terrier.

    The height to the cross is of 25 to 32 cm. (ideal 29 cm for males, 27 cm for females).
    The weight must be between 7 and 10 kg.

    Character and skills

    Like all races, the “Cesky Terrier” It is not suitable for everyone. It may be quieter than some breeds of Terrier, but still a Terrier. A puppy “Cesky Terrier” It is a very difficult dog to handle, with lots of energy. These small Terrie likes to hunt and dig them, and they need daily exercise in a safe playground. He will chase a ball and recover, and likes to go for a walk. They do not like to be left alone for long periods and can become annoying barkers if they have regular activity and company to channel their energy. The “Cesky Terrier” enjoys and excels in agility and tracking.

    Dog nature always on alert, their wariness of strangers and deep and loud barking it an excellent watchdog. He is loyal to his owner, but lack of socialization during puppyhood can do more reserved or even fearful of strangers. Your new puppy needs daily walks and trips to places suitable for dogs so you can meet people and see, smell and hear new things.

    Like most terriers, the “Cesky Terrier” I can be stubborn. That does not mean it is intelligent, but will have to use patience and guile to train. Make training sessions are short and fun. Use lots of praise and rewards as games and goodies when you do something you like. Always I am firm and consistent in what you ask for that not to be confused with what you want or think you can get away with it. However, is sensible, so avoid harsh corrections. You must be able to convey his displeasure through the expression and tone of voice, never screaming or hitting.

    Start training your puppy the day you bring it home. Even at eight weeks old, He is able to absorb everything you can teach. Do not wait until you have 6 months to start training him or you'll have to deal with a more stubborn dog. If possible, Take it to a trainer for puppies when you have between 10 and 12 weeks to socialize. However, Note that many kinds of training puppies require certain vaccinations (such as kennel cough) are a day, and many veterinarians recommend limited exposure to dogs and other public places until vaccines puppies (including rabies, distemper and parvovirus) They are completed. Instead of formal training, You can start training your puppy to socialize at home and among family and friends until their complete vaccination.

    Talk to the breeder, It describes exactly what you are looking for a dog and asks for help to select a puppy. Breeders see the puppies daily and can make incredibly precise recommendations once they know something about your lifestyle and personality. Regardless of what you want a “Cesky Terrier”, look for one whose parents have pleasant personalities and has been well socialized from the first stage of the puppy.

    Did You Know?

    The “Cesky Terrier” It is one of those breeds developed to work a certain type of land: in your case, the forests of Bohemia. Prey ranging from duck and pheasant to the fox, rabbit and boar.

    Health of the “Cesky Terrier”

    All dogs have the potential to develop genetic health problems, and all people have the potential for inherited diseases. Flee from any breeder that does not offer a health guarantee in puppies, to tell you that race has no known problems, or whose puppies are isolated from the main part of the home for health reasons. A reputable breeder will be honest and open about the health problems of race and often produced in their lines.

    Having said that, the “Cesky Terrier” It is a healthy breed. One of his races base, el Sealyham Terrier, it may have an eye condition called dislocation of the lens, so it is recommended that your eyes are examined annually Terrier.

    Some “Cesky Terrier” They may develop a condition called Scottie Cramp hereditary, occasionally it affects the gait of the dog. Usually it is not serious.

    Remember that after bringing a new puppy home, You have the power to protect one of the most common health problems: the obesity. Keep a “Cesky Terrier” with a suitable weight it is one of the easiest ways to prolong life. Take advantage of the full potential of prevention to help ensure a healthier dog for life.

    Ratings of the Cesky Terrier

    Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Cesky Terrier” 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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    Images “Cesky Terrier”

    credits:

    1. Cesky terrier Terrier checo by ceskyfreund36 / CC0
    2. Cesky terrier by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1039221
    3. English-Terrier – bitche during the international dogs show in Katowice, Poland by Pleple2000 / CC BY-SA
    4. Cesky terrier by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1391429
    5. Cesky terrier on a stone in forest with trees by ceskyfreund36 / CC0
    6. Cesky Terrier during dogs show in Katowice, Poland by Lilly M / CC BY-SA
    7. English-Terrier – bitche during the international dogs show in Katowice, Poland by Pleple2000 / CC BY-SA

    Videos “Cesky Terrier”

    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI:Group 3 –> Terriers. / Section 2 –> Small sized Terriers. . Without working trial.
    • FCI 246
    • Federations: FCI , AKC , ANKC , CKC , ​KC , NZKC , UKC
    • Standard FCI breed of Cesky Terrier
    • ENGLISH BULLDOG FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Bohemian Terrier, Český Teriér (English).
      2. Cesky Terrier (French).
      3. Böhmischer Terrier, Český Teriér(German).
      4. Ceský Teriér (Portuguese).
      5. Cesky Terrier (Spanish).

    Tosa
    Japón FCI 260 - Molosoids - Mastiff

    Tosa Inu

    The Tosa is quiet, serene, worthy and extraordinarily peaceful.

    Content

    History

    The Tosa It is a breed of dog originating in Japan. Molosser imposing aspect, It is one of the favorite breeds for the lovers of dogs large size around the world. The breed emerged in the mid-19th century, When crossing various European breeds of large size (Great Dane, Mastiff, St. Bernard, Bulldog, German Shorthaired) with the indigenous Shikoku Inu.

    Tosa Inu varies considerably in size. Japan-bred specimens tend to have half the size of the specimens bred in the rest of the world. Japanese copies are usually weigh between 35 and 55 kg, While exemplary foreigners have a weight which varies between the 60 and 100 kg. The mantle is characterized by short and smooth appearance and is often red, striped or brown clear. The maintenance of your fur is the least.

    This breed originated in the second half of the 19th century. The race started from the natives – Shikoku Inu, a dog of indigenous. It weighs some 25 kg and stand about 55 centimeters in height, that it resembles the European Spitz. These dogs were crossed with dogs of European races, as the Old English Bulldog in 1872, Mastiff, in 1874, St. Bernard, German pointer in 1876, Great Dane, in 1924, and the Bull Terrier. The goal was to raise a bigger dog, more powerful.

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    Newfoundland
    Canadá FCI 50 - Molossoid - Mountain

    Terranova

    The Newfoundland radiates majestic serenity.

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    The Newfoundland was born on the east coast of Canada. The great island of Newfoundland, which is in front of Canada, gave him his name. The fact that it descends from the dogs of the Vikings of pre-Columbian times or from the dogs of the Indians is a legend that has not been proven until now.. Its relationship with the molossi can be seen but also proved in the genetic map of the Heidi G dog breeds. Parker.

    Probably the ancestors of the Newfoundlands came with the first settlers as molossi from Europe. He proved to be an assistant to seal fishers and hunters and was occasionally helpful when hunting bears and big game on land. Carried loads and served as a sled dog with dead game. Working with fishermen in the rough North Atlantic was extremely demanding. The Newfoundland had to think, had to do heavy work on the networks. The Newfoundland saved the lives of the castaways over and over again. In this way he developed the peculiarities of his character and physique that allowed him to face the harsh weather conditions on land and the dangers of the sea as a water dog and rescue.

    With the cod ships he came to England over and over again as early as the 18th century. Here he became famous from the start due to his impressive achievements. Was not up 1886 that the Club of Newfoundland in England, and soon after, in 1893, The club of Newfoundland for the Continent, now called the “German Club of Newfoundland“. Even today, Newfoundland keep working as a water rescue dog.

    Did You Know?

    A Newfoundland named Rigel sank with the Titanic and swam alongside a lifeboat for three hours in the icy water, apparently looking for its owner, that had sunk with the ship. People in the lifeboat were almost run over by the steamship Carpathia because the crew could not hear their faint screams, but Rigel's bark was noticed and the people and the dog were saved.

    Physical characteristics

    The Newfoundland is a big dog. According to the standard, adult males must weigh an average of 68 kg and females 54 kg. It is a very strong dog, very muscular and with long dense hair. Her coat is water repellent. It has a strong and soft undercoat, which makes it seem even more bulky. This shouldn't tempt you to raise him like a teddy bear. Because the real Newfoundland combines enormous power with agility, sportiness and impressive skills in the water. Its exterior does not deceive its interior. Master the challenges with committed calm. The hair on your head, muzzle and ears is short and thin. The front and rear legs are covered in fur. The tail is completely covered in long thick hair. The black, brown and black and white are allowed as coat colors.

    Character and skills

    Even the mere appearance of Newfoundland has a relaxing and calming effect, at least for people who are not usually afraid of dogs. The Newfoundland radiates majestic serenity. Its character is as stable as it appears on the outside. It has a friendly and kind nature. But that must not be misleading: He knows very well how to distinguish between friend and enemy, which can be unequivocally underlined by his calm but more determined appearance. If required, defends his family with all his might without hesitation. Barking is not necessary for it to be heard.

    He is extremely friendly with his friends. The Newfoundland he is very close to his family and loves children more than anything. He wants education and he absolutely needs it. Because like a powerful big dog it is always stronger than the other end of the leash.. Sometimes he has a hard head, but after a friendly request from his master or caretaker he does everything, as long as it's well connected. The Newfoundland impresses by the unity of two apparently irreconcilable poles: on the one hand it radiates calm and tranquility, on the other hand it can save people from drowning in a short time in the most difficult conditions. Usually, the Newfoundlands are real water rats. They are excellent swimmers, which they are happy to proudly demonstrate.

    The Newfoundland not a dog for the city or a flat. He likes long walks, but water is the best for him. Due to its strength and the high technical demands of its maintenance, not suitable for beginners, although it can be trained and managed well. It is a great family dog. But he also likes to sleep outside, even with wind and rain. What you don't need is running or doing activities in the heat.

    The Newfoundland It is a natural lifeguard and can be a good helper for parents who have a pool or enjoy taking children to the lake or ocean, although you should never be solely responsible for your safety.

    Newfoundland Education

    The Newfoundland can be educated very well. It is intelligent, interested and quickly understand what you are allowed to do and what you are not. Sometimes it's a little slow, but a little motivated, he is very cooperative and strives to make his master and lady happy. The puppy should already show itself clearly and without exception where the hammer hangs. There should be no doubt about the orientation of your humans, as well as about the intimate relationship and respect for him.

    Always keep in mind that this dog is physically the strongest and that leadership only works through unquestioning recognition of the role of human leadership.. With praise and results, basically you can achieve everything with it. On the basis of a good education you can train him very well Newfoundland. Many terranovas they are used successfully as guide dogs for the blind and especially as rescue dogs in the water, but also on land. For this you can do work tests with water in the clubs.

    Caring for a Newfoundland

    Maintain and care for the Newfoundland it is very expensive. The dense and weather resistant coat should be brushed every day with a special brush. Should not be sheared or trimmed. Due to its constitution and dense coat, do not tolerate heat well.

    Nutrition / Food

    Like all large dogs, Newfoundland need a lot of food. Especially in the growth phase you need professional nutritional planning.

    Newfoundland life expectancy

    Life expectancy is between 8 and 12 years. That depends a lot on the upbringing. Thin and light dogs tend to age more than heavy, plump dogs.

    Newfoundland Health

    How could it be predicted, given its large size, the Newfoundland can suffer a series of joint and structural problems. It is important that young and growing dogs are kept lean and are not allowed to exercise too hard or eat too much, since this will cause injuries and problems that can be paralyzing in the future. In fact, all the Newfoundland they need to stay slim, since obesity increases the chances of them developing structural problems and makes them more painful when they occur.

    One such structural problem is genetic hip deformation known as hip dysplasia.. The head of the femur does not fit well into the hip socket; with the time, the joint cartilage wears out and the underlying bone is damaged. Serious arthritis occurs that usually affects very young dogs. In some cases, expensive surgery is required, including total hip replacement surgery. If not treated, the dog will suffer pain and a poor quality of life. Elbow dysplasia is another inherited joint problem, resulting from abnormal elbow formation.

    The possibility that a Newfoundland develop dysplasia of the hip or elbow just because the parents are free of the disease, although it reduces the possibilities. And while a puppy's bones keep growing, sometimes it can be difficult to confirm a diagnosis, depending on the tests performed and the severity of the condition.

    To each Newfoundland X-rays should be taken of your dog's hips and elbows at two years of age, regardless of whether or not it shows symptoms of lameness or stiffness. For dogs that show lameness before that age (namely, during the puppy stage), diagnostic tests should be performed promptly.

    The Newfoundlands are at risk of heart disease, including dilated cardiomyopathy and subaortic stenosis (SAS). There is currently no genetic test for SAS, who has a complex inheritance, making it difficult to develop a test. Breeders must not breed Newfoundland with no SAS sign and puppies should be examined by a certified veterinary cardiologist.

    Cystinuria is a genetic kidney defect that leads to the formation of stones in the bladder that are very difficult to manage with diet or medication, and which often requires surgery both to remove the stones from the bladder and to repair urinary obstructions.. There may be no early signs that the dog is forming cystine stones, which can create a life-threatening emergency if they cause an obstruction. Fortunately, there is a genetic test for cystinuria. Given the availability of the genetic test, no need for a breeder to produce a dog with the disorder

    Not all of these conditions are detectable on a growing puppy, and it can be difficult to predict whether an animal will be free from these diseases, so a reputable breeder must be found who is committed to raising the healthiest animals possible. Must be able to produce an independent certification that the parents of the dog (and grandparents, etc.) They have been examined to detect these defects and considered healthy for breeding. That's where they enter medical records.

    Not all visits by Newfoundland to the vet they are due to a genetic problem. It is known that the Newfoundland experience cruciate ligament rupture. They are also among the deep-breasted breeds predisposed to bloating., a condition in which the stomach dilates with gas and can twist on itself (called gastric torsion), cutting off blood flow. Swelling and torsion appear very suddenly, and a dog that was fine a minute can die a few hours later. Watch for symptoms like restlessness and rhythm, la baba, the paleness of the gums, lip licking, unsuccessful attempt to vomit and signs of pain. Swelling requires immediate veterinary intervention, and surgery is necessary in many cases. Unfortunately, dogs that have swollen can do it again, so most vets offer a procedure known as gastropexy or “turn of the stomach”, which anchors the stomach to the body wall to help prevent future twisting. This procedure can also be done as a preventive measure.

    Buy a Newfoundland

    You should only purchase a puppy locally from a breeder who is affiliated with the FCI. It should come from a baby, where dogs are rather sporty, thin and not too fat and “beary”. A puppy in the kennel is usually sold at a price between 1500 and 2000 EUR.

    Newfoundland Assessments

    Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Newfoundland” 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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    Newfoundland images

    Photos:

    1 – Terranova by Maria Amaro Jiménez / CC BY-SA
    2 – Terranova by https://pixabay.com/es/photos/terranova-perro-negro-609531/
    3 – Terranova by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/112392
    4 – Terranova by https://www.publicdomainpictures.net/es/view-image.php?image=197196&picture=terranova-perro-lindo-del-perrito
    5 – Terranova by https://www.pxfuel.com/es/free-photo-obraa
    6 – Terranova by https://www.pxfuel.com/es/free-photo-jttkx

    Newfoundland Videos

    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI: 50
    • Group 2: Pinscher and Schnauzer- Molossoid breeds – Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs.
    • Section 2.2: Molossian, Mountain type. Without working trial.
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Pinscher and Schnauzer-Molossoid type dogs – Swiss Mountain Dogs and Cattledogs. Section 2.2 Molossoid, mountain type.
    • AKC – Dogs working
    • ANKC – Group 6 (utility dogs)
    • CKC – Group 3
    • ​KC – Working dogs
    • NZKC – Utility dog
    • UKC – Guard dog

    Newfoundland breed FCI standard

     NEWFOUNDLAND FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Newfs, Newfies (English).
      2. Retriever de Terre-Neuve, Chien de Terre-neuve (French).
      3. Newfoundland (German).
      4. Cão terra-nova (Portuguese).
      5. Perro de Terranova (Spanish).

    German Hunting Terrier
    Alemania FCI 103 - Large and medium sized Terriers

    Jagdterrier

    The German Hunting Terrier is by no means suitable exclusively as a pet or family dog.

    Content

    The German Hunting Terrier he is a high performance terrier. There are two varieties of it, the of wire hair and the of smooth hair. He is essentially a descendant of Fox Terrier. After the first world war, some active hunters broke away from the Club de Fox Terrier to create a breed that would exclusively target hunting performance. This was successful and thus the German Hunting Terrier Club in 1926. Under the leadership of Dr. Herbert Lackner the new race, the German Hunting Terrier, was established systematically and finally very successfully.

    After a separation from the breeding of almost 100 years, you can certainly talk about a new breed today. In addition, you can clearly see it in its appearance and also in the nature of this professional hunting dog. However, remained a terrier. A German Hunting Terrier you must be very brave, fearless and defensive. Must be able to work on wild boar hunting without problems, which is one of the most difficult and dangerous tasks that a hunting dog can master. Even today the German Hunting Terrier it is still a much appreciated hunting dog. Has become a versatile hunting assistant. Among other things, it is used with great success in wild boar hunts, where it excels with amazing performances. His tireless work eagerness and leadership are especially appreciated while hunting..

    The German Hunting Terrier he is fearless and with every fiber of his being he strives to do his job as well as possible. The German Hunting Terrier has been conceived as a breed from birth by hunters for hunters. As a result, given exclusively to hunters. Still today it is successfully attended by the “German Hunting Terrier Club” in the VDH (German Canine Federation). It is exclusively cared for by breeders affiliated with this club. The breed is highly valued and popular with German hunters.

    Physical characteristics

    The German Hunting Terrier it is a small to medium sized dog with a distinctive appearance. He is a high speed terrier. Has an awake expression, well trained and full of tension, which leaves no doubt that you are always ready for an adventure. This is underlined by its wedge-shaped but not pointy skull, his deep and determined eyes and his ears leaned forward.

    The standard briefly describes it:

    The German Hunting Terrier is a small, generally black and red, compact and shapely hunting utility dog.

    The small dog has a height at the cross of 33 to 40 centimeters in both male and female dogs. However, bitches should be a little bit lighter. In males, the weight, is of some 9 to 10 kg, in females 7,5 to 8,5. In the standard it says briefly, according to the proportions, neither too light nor too heavy. The German Hunting Terrierhas always been available in two types of fur: smooth hair, dense, hard and rough or thick straight hair. Its color is black, dark brown or black-gray mottled with red-yellow spots, very well defined clean marks.

    Character and skills

    The German Hunting Terrier is a thoroughbred hunting dog for the practicing hunter. The Hunter Terrier it's a power pack. It's not for people who imagine a potato-trainer. It is in no way exclusively suitable as a pet or family dog. His story and highly developed hunting skills should also be on the mind of the non-hunter., when you think about keeping German Hunting Terrier as a companion dog. It can be a charming dog of company and family fond of children, but only on the basis of its species-appropriate use as a hunting dog. Shown here as a first-class hunting assistant, who convinces again and again for his performance.

    The German Hunting Terrier it's hard and persistent, easy to handle and calm and especially for a Terrier quite compatible with other dogs. The official FCI standard describes its character in this way:

    The German Hunting Terrier is brave and tough, eager to work and persevere, vital and energetic, reliable, sociable and manageable, Neither timid nor aggressive.

    The breed attaches great importance to suitability for hunting, firmness of character, hunting intelligence, fearlessness and low sensitivity. Must be a versatile dog, hard, noisy and water-loving with a pronounced hunting instinct and excellent training ability. Your determination, vitality, high intelligence and close relationship with his master and caretaker make him a very interesting companion, but also demanding.

    Education German Hunting Terrier

    This breed of dog can be very well educated and trained.. The clear announcement and the consequence are the miraculous words here based on a respectful and loving relationship with the master or caregiver. This terrier has been bred for many generations for its performance and good training ability. Only dogs that perform excellently here are used for breeding. For you, as your caregiver, this is both an opportunity and an obligation. With experience, consistency and a clear statement based on a bond of trust and emotionally positive, you can achieve everything with it.

    German Hunting Terrier health and care

    These German hunting terriers are extremely easy to care for. Brushing here and there is enough. His health is very robust.

    Nutrition / Food

    Feeding a German Hunter Terrier has no problems.

    The life expectancy of the German Hunting Terrier

    As a rule, the German Hunting Terrier enjoys a long and vital canine life, often over 12 years.

    Buy German Hunting Terrier

    If you are looking for a German Hunter Terrier, must contact a hunter, Ranger or breeder who is a member of the Club German Hunting Terrier long before I plan to buy one. Dogs are normally only given to hunters. Here and there it can happen that a dog looks for another place. But then you should be able and willing to give him species-appropriate living conditions. A puppy of this breed of dog costs around 1.000 EUR.

    Images of the German Hunting Terrier

    Photos:

    1 – Jagdterrier by No machine-readable author provided. Richard Huber assumed (based on copyright claims). / Public domain
    2 – German Jagdterrier by Tux-Man / CC BY-SA
    3 – Jagdterrier during dogs show in Katowice, Poland by Lilly M / CC BY-SA
    4 – German Hunting Terrier during dogs show in Katowice, Poland by Pleple2000 / CC BY-SA
    5 – Jagdterrier during dogs show in Katowice, Poland by Lilly M / CC BY-SA
    6 – Jagdterrier by Pleple2000 / CC BY-SA

    Videos of the German Hunting Terrier

    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI: 103
    • Group 3: Terriers.
    • Section 1: Large and medium-sized Terriers. Without working trial.
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Terriers 1 Large and medium-sized terriers.
    • UKC

    FCI Standard of the German Hunter Terrier breed

    GERMAN HUNTING TERRIER FCIGERMAN HUNTING TERRIER FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Deutscher Jagdterrier, German Jagdterrier, German Hunting Terrier, German Hunt Terrier, Jagdterrier (English).
      2. Jagdterrier (French).
      3. Jagdterrier (German).
      4. Jagdterrier (Portuguese).
      5. Terrier alemán de caza, Terrier alemán (Spanish).

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