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Austrian Pinscher
Austria FCI 64 . Pinscher and schnauzer type

Austrian Pinscher 1

Self-confidence, lively, attentive, playful, especially attached

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History

The Austrian Pinscher descends from old Austrian Landpinscher, which was still widespread in the second half of the 19th century as a frugal and versatile farm dog. In 1921 a pure breeding plan was started. Against him german pinscher, seems wider, more robust and more primitive. Emil Hauck became familiar with this type of dog during his travels at the beginning of the 20th century and worked for the recognition of the breed by the ÖKV and the FCI.. The 16 in October of 1928, this breed was recognized as Austrian Shorthaired Pinscher por la ÖKV. In the year 2000 the breed name was changed to Austrian Pinscher.

However, according to the breeders association, the number of dogs decreased in the decade of 1970 so much so that only one stud dog remained, Diocles of Angers. Starting from this, the breed was preserved using “Landpinschers”. The “Landpinschers” are still used in breeding. The “Landpinschers” are dogs that correspond to the Austrian Pinscher in terms of phenotype and are relatively stable in terms of breeding, without being specifically bred as pedigree dogs in the sense of modern dog breeding.

Physical characteristics

It is a medium to small size dog. The eyes are large, with the dark iris. The ears are usually "V" shaped., but there are also buttons, semi-straight or straight. Breeders try to set as far as possible a «V» shaped ear that, otherwise, is already the most common. The tail is implanted high, the dog the coiled cam, frequently on the back, and it's short and thick. Can also be shortened.

  • Fur: short, straight and with undercoat. Remember the smooth-haired fox terrier.
  • Color: the most frequent are wheat yellow, brown yellow, leonado, fawn red and black with fiery spots. Almost always with large white spots on the chest, snout, throat, neck, nape, extremities and tip of tail. The specimens with the mottled coat, completely black or white and fire are not desirable.
  • Size: 35 to 50 cm., more frequently in tone to the 40 cm..

Character and skills

It is a vigorous little dog, bold, temperamental and very resistant. It is a great surveillance dog; on the other hand, it is not spread as a companion dog, among other things because it is very barking. However, medium-small dogs do not meet the demands of someone who wants a dog for the apartment (always as small as possible), nor those who want a watchdog (preferably medium-large size), and for this reason the spread of the breed is very limited.

Observations

He has good hunting attitudes.

Characteristics "Austrian Pinscher"

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Images "Austrian Pinscher"

Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
  • Group :
  • Section : . .

Federations:

  • FCI – Pinscher and Schanuezer dogs. Molossian type Dogs and Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs. . Section 1.1 Pinscher type.
  • UKC – Terriers

FCI standard of the breed "Austrian Pinscher"

FCIFCI - Austrian Pinscher
Pinscher

Alternative names:

    1. Austrian Shorthaired Pinscher (English).
    2. Oesterreichisher Kurzhaariger Pinscher (French).
    3. Österreichischer Pinscher (German).
    4. Österreichischer Pinscher (Portuguese).
    5. Pinscher austriaco de pelo corto (español).

Photos:

1 – Pinczer_Austrian at the World Dog Show in Poznań by chained / CC BY-SA
2 – Austrian Pinscher at the World Dog Show in Poznań by chained / CC BY-SA
3 – Pinscher austriaco by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1603530
4 – Pinscher austriaco by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1593828
5 – Austrian Pinscher at the World Dog Show in Poznań by chained / CC BY-SA

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English White Terrier
Inglaterra Extinct

The English White Terrier (White English Terrieris a breed of dog extinct, of English origin.

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History

The name of "English White Terrier” was invented and adopted at the beginning of 1860 by a group of breeders willing to create a new breed of dog, inspired by the typical working Terrier but with greater hearing acuity. This premature intention was born later the Fox Terrier, the Jack Russell Terrier, the Sealyham terrier and, later, in United States the Boston Terrier and the Rat Terrier.

With the passage of time (and not much) the authorities of the Kennel Club they decided that the English White Terrier, should be considered as a race and was admitted, but the dog's myriad of genetic problems led to its popularity plummeting...

All these vicissitudes led to the life and history of the English White Terrier, it will last very little… at 30 years of appearing on the stage of the Kennel Club, the English White Terrier had fallen into extinction. However, before disappearing was crossed with the English Bulldog thus generating the first dawn of the races Boston Terrier and Bull Terrier.

In fact, working and small Terrier breeds have existed at least since the end of the century in United Kingdom 18. These dogs have always been very variable in size and shape, dogs could be found Terrier with a height at the withers that ranged from 25,4 and 31 cm., with floppy ears or straight ears, smooth coat or hard hair…

With the rise of the show ring over the years 1860, enthusiasts of the new races that were emerging, they made possible by naming them and improve them, the Terrier were the first of their lists. From there working Terrier dogs were born that we know today as Fox Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Parson Russell Terrier and Sealyham terrier.

In the vortex of creation and claim of new dog breeds, the different breeding groups competed ruthlessly, sometimes they put different names for the same breed, it was also common practice to make up stories about races—totally- fictitious they advertised as part of a campaign by declaring a new strain of a race, or a new race, that gave certain personal distinction and cachet to the breeder and of course... his sales went up. That was the real meaning...

Physical characteristics

In 1894, for as long as he English White Terrier finally disappeared from the scene of the canine clubs (who was always more of a companion pet and show dog, as a working dog) a scholar of the race, Rawdon Lee Briggs, noted that “the last specimens seen in London, they were of typeToy”, small dogs that were not above the 7 kg, with a rounded skull, or the so-called 'apple head', which would be due to an effect of inbreeding”. According to the official standard, the English White Terrier weighed between 6 and 9 Kg.

Lee described the English White Terrier as "the most fragile and delicate of all our Terrier. He is not the typical companion of an athlete, but it is an ideal dog to live in a nice house, in which he receives a considerable amount of pampering and care”.

Though 1894 the dog still existed, people linked to the canine world could see before their eyes that the possible extinction of the English White Terrier it was already a harsh reality... But lamenting the decline of the race, they consoled themselves with the thought that perhaps they should give rise to new races (assuming the inevitable)…, and they thought developing breeds better adapted to the needs and comforts of the historic present.

There was, a male specimen of the breed English White Terrier born in 1876, He was very famous, was owned by Alfred Benjamin, it was called 'Silvio’. Today it is considered a reliable and privileged sample of the breed..

In 1877, Silvio was the champion of an event of ‘Conformation Show’ (Demonstrations of conformation, also known as a demonstration race), is a competition, or… an event in which a judge familiar with a certain breed of dog, individually evaluates each specimen and determines which dogs are purebred or, which conform to the breed standard. Silvio I weighed nineteen kilos.

This exhibition was held at theRoyal Agricultural Hall" in the year 1878, in what we know today as the l "Business Design Centre” which is an exhibition center located in the Islington district, in London.

Alternative names:

  • White English Terrier
  • Old English Terrier
  • British White Terrier
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    Old English Bulldog
    Inglaterra Extinct

    Antiguo Bulldog Inglés

    Several breeders are trying to recreate the extinct breed of Old English Bulldog

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    History

    The Old English Bulldog was a breed of dog, quite fierce comparing it with the tenderness of the current English Bulldog. Be used for shows as bloody as fights with bulls and Lions, his specialty was biting their nose until the animal couldn't take it anymore and was knocked down by the dog.

    Historians are fairly confident that the Old English Bulldog derived from an ancient breed of dog warriors, as the old mastiff or Alaunt. Others believe that the true origin of the breed is not at all clear. Representations in old engravings show that the variety was, without a doubt, a small mastiff, with a relatively long head. The word ‘Mastiff‘ We used, finally, to describe these smaller mastiffs, in the fight with bulls, it proved be lethal, Mastiff, It was used as part of the description, by the power of the dog that joined speed in action (something not very common in large Mastiffs), transformed into a beast.

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    Otterhound
    Inglaterra FCI 294 . Large-sized Hounds

    Perro de Nutria

    The Otterhound is the most endangered dog breed in the UK.

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    History

    The Otterhound It is a very old breed of dog from United Kingdom, has, among many other mixtures- within their ancestors to the race Airedale Terrier.

    The name of this precious woolly, It just comes to the task for which it was created: the House of otters. This dog has a smell nearly as well developed as the Bloodhound. This breed was developed in England.

    But like all dog breeds, changes and social advances always bring consequences in the case of Otterhound, It happened that the Otter hunting was banned in England, and if so few copies of this breed, with this ban the race saw very committed his existence.

    Though, To avoid its extinction some race fans what they did was focus the hunting instinct of the Otterhoundtowards other types of prey.

    The Otterhound It is a dog specializing in otters, extremely difficult and dangerous job.

    Some experts suggest that the danger of the Otterhound is similar to the extinction of the Panda Bear.

    It is a very small breed, It is estimated that they there are around 1.000 Otterhound in the world, of which from 350 and 400 they are in the U.S.. Even at the beginning of the 20th century, When was Otter hunting a popular sport, the Otterhound they were never numerous.

    Today, this breed is considered as the most threatened by endangered United Kingdom, There are only 51 specimens born in 2006. Are on the list of most vulnerable native breeds of the UK Kennel Club and programmes are being carried out to save the race.

    Physical characteristics

    The Otterhound, is a dog large and strong, sometimes we could say, incombustible. It is capable of spending all day hunting in the water or running around the field, without showing even the slightest index of exhaustion.

    It has a head big and strong with well marked bone.

    Their eyes, intelligent and lively expression, vary in color depending on the coat. The ears, they are long, them it is hanging at the height of the eyes. They are set high and have a characteristic fold of the breed..

    The tail, high insertion it takes her upright always to pay attention a State of alert, but when it is resting her leads hanging.

    The hair of the Otterhound is long, has a length of 4 to 8 cm approximately. The mantle is double layer, the outdoor hair is dense, hard and waterproof and should be rough to the touch. The internal layer It is notorious and touch gives a feeling oilseed.

    While, measures with respect to the height and weight, vary according to the club as a consensus we could say that the height the cross in the males is of approximately 69 cm and the females of 61 cm..

    The average life expectancy the race is a little more than 10 years. A quarter tends to live in 12 to 15 years. Y, the case of a copy which he lived has been known to the 16 years of age.

    Character and skills

    The Otterhound, is a Hound very versatile, is generally used for the House of large dams, both individually and in a pack.

    Its temperament It friendly and balanced, as long as you have enough physical exercise especially everything related to water, enjoy a lot swimming.

    The Otterhound enjoy exercise, the routine. They are very good companion dogs for the family, but they must be kept in a secure property, that can jump fences of up 5 metres in height. They are not at all appropriate for life in apartment.

    It is a excellent swimmer, he chased the otters swimming, using only the trail of bubbles that were leaving them diving as track.

    This dog is a highly specialized breed who instinctively knows what has to do. Perhaps that is why they are a little stubborn and not always obedient.

    They need plenty of exercise, preferably swimming. It is a working dog and needs to maintain a series of obligations or activities, a well-marked routine to avoid boredom and the emergence of destructive behaviors.

    A good training is key to keep happy the dog and the family.

    Observations

    Despite having fame of stubborn, with a proper training is usually used also in civil defence tasks.

    Otterhound Images

    Otterhound Videos

    Type and recognitions:

    • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
    • Group :
    • Section : . .

    Federations:

    • FCI – Group 6: Scent hounds, and related breeds. – Section 1.1: Large-sized Hounds.
    • AKCHound
    • ANKCGroup 4 (Hounds)
    • CKCGroup 2 – Hounds
    • ​KCHound
    • NZKCHound
    • UKCScenthounds


    FCI breed standard "Otterhound"

    FCIFCI - Otterhound
    Dog

    Alternative names:

      1. Otterhound (English).
      2. Otterhound (French).
      3. Otterhound (German).
      4. Otterhound (Portuguese).
      5. Otterhound (español).

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    East Siberian Laika
    Rusia FCI 305 - Nordic Hunting Dogs

    Laika de Siberia Oriental

    The East Siberian Laika it is popular in its native Russia not only as a hunting dog, but also as a draft and sled dog.

    Content

    History

    The home of this impressive and robust pedigree dog is -as its name implies- in the forested area of ​​Eastern Siberia, more precisely in the vast area between Yenisei and peninsula de Kamchatka.

    The East Siberian Laika was first mentioned by name in 1947, when the Cynology Congress of Alliances in the former Soviet Union established four breed standards for different Laikis (plural of Laïka). Besides him East Siberian Laika, these other races like the West Siberian Laika and the Russo-European Laika, have been somewhat better known, just like him Yakutian Laika and the Siberian Husky, so this breed was not yet recognized by the FCI.

    Ancestors of the East Siberian Laika:

    Hunting and sled dogs of the high arctic

    It is assumed that the history of the ancestors of the Laïka goes way back. The origin of the Laika rousso dates back to the sleds and hunting dogs of the high arctic. The East Siberian Laika, as described in today's breed standard, was created by crossing Ewenkish, Lamutsker, Amur and other races of Laïka. The main focus of the breeding efforts was training their hunting skills. A natural hunting instinct, courage and a lively temperament, as well as excellent sensory perceptions, a particularly good sense of smell and orientation should characterize the offspring.

    In his native Russia, the East Siberian Laika mainly used for squirrel hunting, martens and feather hunting. But it is also appreciated as a draft and sled dog. By the way, he is not related to the bitch “Laïka“, who became world famous as the first dog in space. This bitch was probably a mix of Husky and Terrier.

    Physical characteristics

    With a height at the cross of 53 to 65 cm el East Siberian Laika belongs to the medium and large breeds. His muscular body and strong physique quickly give an impression of the stocky build of this wolfhound.. From the harsh climate of its native Siberia, the hard hairs on its coat and the dense and soft undercoat protect. On the neck and shoulders the abundant coat forms the typical collar of the Laïka. Males, where the fur at the withers is even more abundant, They also stand out for a kind of mane.

    Many color variations

    Regarding its fur, many different variations possible. So black tones are possible, White, grey, reddish, colored fox and colored wolf. Variations of pied or spotted according to the Russian standard and the FCI.

    Other distinctive features of the East Siberian Laika are the ears standing, placed laterally and the tail rolled.

    Character and skills

    The Russian word “lajatj” (layat), from which the racial name is derived “Laika“, means “to bark”. And in fact, loud barking is a fundamental characteristic of this Russian hunting dog. Like a so-called poking dog, finds its prey on its own and keeps it in control with its distinctive barks until the hunter arrives and is able to kill the prey. He is very self-confident and courageous and proves to be an independent worker., robust and persevering while hunting. Unlike other breeds of hunting dogs, as the Gray Norwegian Elkhound, the East Siberian Laika never strays too far from its controller. Each 20 or 30 minutes he looks for contact with him and makes sure he continues his search.

    Independent hunter and trusted companion

    In combination with your intelligence, his lively temperament and physical strength, this narrow “leader bond” allows it to be used in many different ways. Like this, the East Siberian Laika it is popular in its native Russia not only as a hunting dog, but also as a draft and sled dog, as a companion dog and guard dog. Despite its independence, the East Siberian Laika shows himself within his family as a balanced and confident companion, that enjoys the most of the caresses of its humans. In contact with children the proud Laïka is playful and considerate. Due to its original behavior, However, children should only be allowed to play with the strong dog under supervision.

    Not a beginner dog

    Despite his balanced nature and basically friendly nature, the East Siberian Laika a dog is not for beginners. Your innate hunting instinct, its great independence as well as its pronounced need for movement would quickly overwhelm inexperienced owners. Therefore, the keeping of this breed should be reserved to specialists who have experience in dealing with similar breeds and who know how to educate and train such an original dog.

    Health and typical diseases of the East Siberian Laika

    The owners of a East Siberian Laika they don't have to fear high bills for veterinary expenses. The breed is considered extremely robust and healthy. The typical diseases of the breed are hardly known. However, as with all big dogs, breeders and owners should pay attention to healthy hip development. Later diseases of hip or elbow dysplasia (HD o ED), that are often hereditary, but which are also the result of improper maintenance and feeding.

    Nutrition of the East Siberian Laika

    As in humans, nutrition plays a decisive role in the healthy development of the dog. Although the East Siberian Laika it is considered very robust and healthy by nature, for this to continue, you need a balanced diet that provides you with all the essential nutrients in the right composition. As a descendant of the wolf, the Laïka also needs mostly meat. But just like the wolf, that also eats all the prey including the stomach contents, hair and bones, the dog must also get vegetables, rice, fruit (and bones) additional.

    It depends on the proper ratio

    When preparing food, attention should be paid to the correct ratio of food and the respective nutrients. An excess of certain vitamins and minerals can be just as harmful as a deficiency. If you want to be sure of exactly what your dog needs, you can ask the vet for a detailed diet plan. This plan takes into account not only age, the weight and sex of the breed, but also activity levels, the accommodation conditions and the health status of each dog.

    Caring for the East Siberian Laika

    The East Siberian Laika is not very demanding not only in terms of food but also in terms of attention. Coarse and soft hair repels dirt well and only needs a brush two to three times a week. During this process, dead hair is removed and coarse dirt is brushed. The East Siberian Laika rarely need a bath – and only if the dirt cannot be combed in another way. Dog shampoo should also be used sparingly to prevent stretching of the skin's natural protective layer..

    Fitness to have with an East Siberian Laika

    Like all races of Laïka, the East Siberian Laika was bred primarily as a working and utility dog. Since its origin, it is used to working hard and independently and to moving freely in nature.. An attitude as a house and companion dog would contradict his nature and certainly would not do justice to this demanding dog.. Who wants to keep him Laïka in the city despite everything, you have to make sure you don't just exercise a lot, but also a suitable occupation that challenges and satisfies you not only physically but also mentally.

    Is the Laika suitable for dog sport?

    For dog sports, This Laïka is suitable only conditionally. Like a hunting dog, you still attach great importance to your independence. Although proximity to his humans is important to him, maintains its independence. Do not expect blind or pronounced obedience “will to please” of a true Laïka, like the one brought by many other breeds of domestic dogs. However, with his strong body and agile movements, naturally brings good conditions for use in the dog sports field.

    Closeness and trust from the beginning

    Whether hunting dog, sledge dog, dog shooting, watchdog or companion dog only: the East Siberian Laika is a demanding four-legged friend, requiring a lot of exercise and activity. However, do not forget that he also likes to be close to his humans. A pure kennel attitude does not do this breed justice. One Laïka must be firmly integrated into the family from the beginning and experience a lot of contact with their humans and other animals. If you build a close relationship of trust and socialize your Laïka comprehensively already in the puppy stage, will experience the original pedigree dog, despite its roots, as a very balanced and loving partner, for whom extensive fondling is almost as important as independent work.

    Buying an East Siberian Laika

    If you are interested in a purchase of a East Siberian Laika outside russia, you will probably have a hard time finding a breeder near you. However, When in doubt it is worth the long drive to Russia to meet and understand this Laïka in its natural environment. After all, the East Siberian Laika It is not a dog that you should buy as a companion dog “that easy”. Plus plenty of time and space to get out, its maintenance and education requires a lot of knowledge, patience and assertiveness. Compared to other dog breeds, This Laïka has a hard time asserting himself as an apartment dog. However, who is convinced that a East Siberian Laika is the right dog and whoever is looking for a purebred dog, you have to accept long roads and long waiting periods for a puppy. The costs, just for the purchase of the puppy, they are with this breed some 1.300 to 1.500 EUR.

    Characteristics "East Siberian Laika"

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

    Adaptation ⓘ

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    friendly dog ​​ⓘ

    Rated 3 out of 5
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    hair loss ⓘ

    Rated 4 out of 5
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    Affection level ⓘ

    Rated 4 out of 5
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    Need for exercise ⓘ

    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Social need ⓘ

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    Home ⓘ

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    Friendly with strangers ⓘ

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    Images "East Siberian Laika"

    Photos:

    1 – East Siberian Laika, young dog. The picture was taken by PrzemekL during World Dog Show 2006 in Poznan. by No machine-readable author provided. PrzemekL assumed (based on copyright claims). / Public domain
    2 – East siberian laika by Myrtle / CC BY-SA
    3 – East Siberian Laika, bitch. The picture was taken by PrzemekL during World Dog Show 2006 in Poznań by No machine-readable author provided. PrzemekL assumed (based on copyright claims). / Public domain
    4 – East Siberian Laika agouti by Canarian / CC BY-SA
    5 – East Siberian Laika fawn & white by Canarian / CC BY-SA
    6 – East Siberian Laika Sable & white, head profile by Canarian / CC BY-SA

    Videos "East Siberian Laika"

    Type and recognitions:

    • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
    • Group :
    • Section : . .

    Federations:

    • FCI – Group 5 – Section 2 Nordic Hunting Dogs.


    FCI breed standard "East Siberian Laika"

    FCIFCI - East Siberian Laika
    Laïka

    Alternative names:

      1. Vostotchno-Sibirskaia Laika (English).
      2. Vostotchno-Sibirskaia Laika (French).
      3. Vostotchno-Sibirskaia Laika (German).
      4. (em russo: Восточносибирская лайка) (Portuguese).
      5. Vostotchno-Sibirskaia Laika (español).