Russkiy Toy
Rusia FCI 352 . Continental Toy Spaniel and others

Russkiy Toy

The Russkiy Toy he is incredibly loving and close to his family, with which you want to spend as much time as possible.

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History

The “Russkiy Toy” it is a recent breed of dog, but its history began in the 18th century, in Russia, with the importation of many English Toy Terrier. One of them was even adopted by Emperor Peter I the Great (1672-1725), durante los últimos años de su vida y su reinado.

During the 18th and 19th centuries, the popularity of Toy Terrier rose among the Russian aristocracy. They became an essential element, y a principios del siglo XX se habían convertido claramente en un símbolo de prestigio. Participating in cultural events and social gatherings with a well-behaved little dog became the norm of the good society of the time.

Although many of these dogs were imported from Great Britain, la mayoría nacieron en Rusia, y un programa de cría suelta ya había comenzado a diferenciarlos gradualmente de sus antepasados. Presentes en las exposiciones caninas rusas desde hace algún tiempo, they began to officially call each other Russian toy terriers at an exhibition held in St. Petersburg in 1907, where they were exposed 11 specimens.

The revolution of 1917 I was going to change things: associated with the aristocracy, the Russian Toy Terrier experienced a sudden and brutal decline, that left him on the brink of extinction. A few breeders tried to preserve the breed, pero se enfrentaron a muchas dificultades en una época en la que la cría de perros estaba dirigida por el régimen, which instead encouraged the development of dogs that could be used by the military.

The death of Josef Stalin in 1953 alivió las restricciones y algunos criadores de Moscú, St. Petersburg, Svendlosk and Irkutsk were able to revive the breed. But after 40 years, no había más ejemplares con ascendencia perfectamente conocida y características puras, so they had to start from scratch, a partir de individuos con características similares a los conocidos anteriormente.

The year 1958 marked a turning point for the breed, when a guy named Chicky was born with long hair and fringed ears and tail. Until then, todos los representantes de la raza tenían un pelaje liso y corto. La criadora Yevghenina Zharova quiso preservar estas características y lo cruzó con una hembra con un pelaje más largo que la media e inició un programa de cría específico. His initiative was crowned with success: starting at 1966 y de la creación de un estándar específico, these dogs were considered as belonging to a breed other than the Russian Toy Terrier and they were called Toy Terrier de pelo largo de Moscú.

The year 1988 marked another turning point, because the Russian Cynological Federation (RKF), the reference organization in Russia, then decided to unify short hair and long hair again under the same standard, considering them as two varieties of the same breed.

In the following years, tras la caída del telón de acero en 1989, the first copies of Russian Toy Terrier They were able to go out to conquer Europe and the breed began to develop, en particular en Finlandia y en los países del Este.

However, the opening of the borders also brought about the entry of new breeds into Russia, who replaced local dogs in the hearts of dog lovers. As a result, en la década de 1990, this dog was again on the brink of extinction in Russia. However, on the one hand, ya se había impuesto en el extranjero y, for another, los criadores rusos consiguieron mantener un acervo genético suficiente en su país para mantener la raza sana.

In the first decade of 2000, things sped up. In 2006, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) recognized the breed provisionally and gave it the official name of Russkiy Toy, removing the name of Terrier. Two years later, in 2008, a breed club was founded in the United States (Russian Toy Club of America), and that same year the United Kennel Club (UKC) American also accepted the breed. El American Kennel Club (AKC) did the same in 2010 by including it in your Foundation Stock Service (FSS), a step prior to full recognition.

In 2017, the Russkiy Toy obtained the definitive recognition of the FCI, así como del famoso Kennel Club (KC) British. In fact, hoy en día está reconocido por la mayoría de las grandes organizaciones caninas nacionales – is the case, in particular, del Canadian Kennel Club (CKC), for example.

Today, the AKC is present in almost all of Europe, but it is still rare in the United States, which explains why the final recognition of the AKC is still pending.

In Great Britain, annual records around the KC have been around 50 since the acceptance of the breed in 2017.

This figure is higher in France, where they were registered between 100 and 150 nacimientos en el Libro de Orígenes francés (LOF) in 2010, which shows that this dog, aunque siga siendo relativamente discreto en el país, ha conseguido encontrar su público.

Photo: One Russkiy Toy of 20 meses by Skest at German Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Physical characteristics

The Russkiy Toy bears his name well, as it belongs to the smallest dog breeds in the world on the particular sides of the Chihuahua, del que comparte varias características.

Its square body with a raised belly is higher at the neck than the rump. The extremities, de huesos finos y músculos delgados, they are quite long, giving the impression that they are high on the legs. The tail is relatively short, carried in the shape of a sickle or saber, and fringed in the case of long-haired dogs. In areas where tail docking is permitted, docked tail is accepted, as long as a stump is left with 2 a 4 vertebrae.

The head is small in proportion to the body, with a clearly marked stop. The muzzle is pointed and ends in a preferably black nose. The eyes are large, round and very expressive. your colour must be as darkest as possible. The ears, which are a distinctive feature of the breed, They are set high and sustained. Big and thin, they form two isosceles triangles in the skull. The long-haired variety is covered with long, thick hair that falls in a plume shape.

This dog has no undercoat. However, upper hair differs from dog to dog, to the point that there are two varieties of the breed: the one with straight hair is short, smooth and shiny, while the one with long hair has a medium length (of 3 a 5 cm.). Estos últimos también tienen flecos en las orejas y en la cola, that cover the entire outside of the ear when mature.

Multiple coat colors are allowed: black and tan, Brown and fire, Blue and fire, lilac and fire, and red with blue, brown or black. There are also some smooth dogs: his fur is red, leonado or cream. El color más común es el negro y el fuego.

Last, there is no real sexual dimorphism in this breed: males and females are roughly the same size and appearance.

Size and weight

Size: 20 – 28 cm.
Weight: 1 – 3 kg

Varieties

National and international canine associations usually distinguish between two varieties of Russkiy Toy: the of smooth hair, sometimes called shorthair, and the of Longhair. Although it is not usual, since the breeders of Russkiy Toy they usually specialize in one or the other, these varieties can be crossed: then mixed litters are obtained, composed of both short-haired and long-haired individuals.

The long-haired variety, con sus flecos específicos en las orejas, is the most sought after by fans, y también la más común. It has a semi-long coat (between 3 and 5 cm.) in the body, mientras que la cola y las orejas están cubiertas de un pelaje largo y espeso que forma unos flecos característicos.

The straight hair variety, on the other hand, has a short smooth shiny looking top coat. Historically, the first representatives of the breed were all short-haired.

None of the varieties of Russkiy Toy has undercoat. In general, apart from its fur, son perfectamente idénticos en cuanto a carácter y características físicas.

Character and skills

The Russkiy Toy he is incredibly loving and close to his family, with which you want to spend as much time as possible. Your attachment can even turn into possessiveness and, if i wasn't well socialized, can be overtly threatening (insofar as your size allows) towards those who get too close to their master. He also tends to distrust strangers, at least at the beginning: if you see that they are invited to the house, quickly curious to know more about them.

If you are able to stay alone for a few hours, will quickly become anxious if absent for a long time (especialmente si esto ocurre casi todos los días) and can then behave destructively. The presence of a small companion in the home can be a pertinent solution to help you not see time pass when your master is at work and reduce the risk of separation anxiety.. Usually, your pet will get along with other animals, already be partners, cats, rodents or reptiles, y esto suele ser así incluso con los que no viven en tu casa. However, be careful not to be disturbed or scared by this barking and hyperactive puppy. And don't forget that a cat is usually much bigger, quick and better armed in case of discussion…

In any case, lives perfectly in an apartment, as long as your need for exercise is met. Esta última es además relativamente consecuente por su tamaño, ya que es necesario recorrerla al menos media hora al día. In other words, carry you in a bag, in a dog stroller or even in the arms of its owner is not the best gift that can be given, since you need to stretch your legs. However, si vive en una casa con jardín en el campo, puede ser peligroso dejarlo solo en el jardín, because its size makes it a potential prey for many wild animals: birds Raptors, foxes, weasels…

Like other miniature dog breeds, no es realmente consciente de esto último, so it is able to put itself in dangerous situations. No doubt, for example, to provoke a dog that weighs more than 20 times its weight, without worrying about the possible consequences. Therefore, it is better to lead him on a leash when he goes out and teach him to curb his burning.

To the smart Russkiy Toy he likes to be stimulated intellectually. Dog games and puzzles can be a great way to keep him busy while his owners are out and about., and loves to learn new tricks. You can also participate in dog sports such as obedience and agility, but its small size makes it difficult to compete.

On the other hand, not recommended for families with young children. In effect, its small size and its fragility mean that it can be easily mistreated by the little ones, and the accident risks are very real – for the two protagonists, In addition. You can be seriously injured by a small car thrown at you in a moment of anger, just as he can respond by biting if his tail or ears are pulled. What's more, a dog should never be left alone unsupervised with a young child, and that is valid whatever your race.

Last, the Russkiy Toy barks often. Its high-pitched voice is an excellent alarm in case of threat, but it is also likely to quickly anger the neighbors.

Education

Like all its fellow men, the Russkiy Toy needs to be socialized from the first weeks. This is all the more important as you tend to be cautious: only successful socialization can allow you to become a sociable and balanced adult. Therefore, need to meet many people (family, friends…) but also other animals, be it dogs, cats or rodents.

The fact that he is intelligent and likes to be liked greatly facilitates his education. Learning to clean and remember orders is usually not a problem. If the family is patient and firm, it is possible to go much further, since they can also learn many tricks.

Positive reinforcement is the best method to reach and educate the best possible Russkiy Toy. The moods, caresses and treats are real motivations for him, and quickly learns to do everything possible to satisfy his Master.

In fact, the Russkiy Toy It is a breed of dog adapted for a beginner, pero su amo nunca debe olvidar que un perro necesita un líder que lo dirija. Este papel de líder, it is he who must exercise it. Su compañero necesita límites, which must be immutable, taxes from a very young age and consistent over time, así como de un miembro de la familia a otro. If he is allowed to do what he wants when he is little, o si las normas son diferentes según el día de la semana o la persona, you don't know what to expect and your behavior is affected.

It is about the famous “síndrome del perro pequeño”, común a todas las razas en miniatura: little by little adopts unacceptable attitudes (do not leave space on the sofa, growl at his master, steal food…) but ignored by their master, who remains hypnotized by his little one and “beautiful” partner. As nothing stops you, esta laxitud le anima a llevar los límites cada vez más lejos, to the point of gradually taking control of the house. The longer the owner waits to take control of the situation and allow bad habits to take root, más difícil le resultará volver a poner en orden a su compañero. To avoid this, rules should be clear and instilled from the start, and then apply in all circumstances, without exception. In the same logic, it is not advisable to hold him in your arms too often, sobre todo si se trata de desplazarse con él cuando podría igualmente pasear al lado de su amo, because not only does it not help him to live his dog life and spend, but it can also provoke a tendency to dominate.

Health

The Russkiy Toy is particularly robust and poses little risk of disease.

However, es sensible a las temperaturas extremas y debe protegerse tanto del calor como del frío.Cuando el termómetro está subiendo, you should limit your activities to the coolest hours and not let it stay too long in the sun, while adog coatno es demasiado cuando tiene que salir en tiempo frío.En cualquier caso, has no vocation to spend most of his time outdoors: its natural place is inside the house.

Among the conditions that can affect the breed, the most commons are:

  • impacted tooth, cuando un diente de leche no se cae y por lo tanto no da paso a un diente adulto en crecimiento.Este es un problema bastante común, which is solved without great difficulty by a veterinarian;
  • the patellar dislocation, a kneecap problem: deja su posición y obliga al perro a cojear para moverse.Este problema es relativamente común en todos los perros pequeños y, sometimes, requiere cirugía;
  • the progressive retinal atrophy, degeneration of eye tissues leading to total blindness It is an inherited disease and carriers are normally excluded from reproduction, so it's still pretty rare;
  • the Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease, which attacks the hip and causes necrosis that causes stiffness and pain., esta enfermedad es muy poco común y puede operarse para aliviar el dolor causado.

However, the main risk to the health of the Russkiy Toy comes from its small size and fiery character, which can be the cause of many fractures. La caída de un libro sobre sus patas, A career that ends in a collision with a chair or an agitated argument with a larger fellow can end in the emergency room., your family must be constantly vigilant.

Another risk you are particularly exposed to is obesity, and once again only your master can help you.You need to monitor your weight regularly and act at the first signs of overweight, adjusting both your portion sizes and your activity level.

Al igual que con cualquier raza, the adoption of a creator of Russkiy Toy serious and responsible greatly increases the probability of obtaining a healthy puppy The professional must provide a certificate of good health issued by a veterinarian, presentar la historia clínica o cartilla de vacunación, in which the vaccines administered to the animal are recorded, and make available the results of genetic tests performed to parents. a small one.

Of course, this does not guarantee that you will stay healthy for your entire life To maximize the chances of this being the case, prevention is essential: it is advisable to wear regularly (At least once a year) take your dog to the vet for a routine checkup.This not only identifies the beginning of a possible problem, it also ensures that you don't miss your shot reminders.

Life expectancy

12 a 13 years

Grooming

Either for the straight-haired variety or for the long-haired variety, the maintenance of the coat of the Russkiy Toy is simple. In effect, a weekly brushing is enough to avoid knots and remove possible dirt. Muda little, pero puede ser útil aumentar la frecuencia de cepillado a 2 or 3 times a week when applicable, in spring and autumn.

How he tolerates the bathroom well, clean it every 1 or 2 months to rid it of all impurities and make sure it doesn't mess up the house is usually not a problem either. Sólo tienes que asegurarte de utilizar un champú específico para perros, y en ningún caso un producto hecho para humanos.

The rest is a matter of course. For example, su sesión semanal de acicalamiento debería ser también una oportunidad para revisar y limpiar sus ojos y orejas con un paño húmedo. This will prevent debris and dirt from accumulating, reduciendo así el riesgo de infección.

También debes aprovechar para cepillar los dientes de tu perro con un dentífrico especial para perros, although twice a week (or even daily) es aún mejor. This will help prevent tartar buildup., that can cause bad breath, cavities and other problems.

Last, although it has gone out enough, their claws tend to grow faster than they wear out. Thus, es necesario recortarlas con un simple cortaúñas cuando se han vuelto demasiado largas, to prevent them from getting in the way or even breaking. A monthly cut is usually sufficient. The first time, you can learn how to do it with a vet or a groomer, to avoid doing it wrong.

Food

The Russkiy Toy perfectly fits commercially available industrial dog foods. You just have to be careful to choose a product adapted to dogs of this size, especially if you eat kibble. You also have to choose food of sufficient quality and establish an adapted daily ration to provide it with all the nutrients it needs., especially considering your activity level and your age.

In any case, cat food, although it certainly is the perfect size for its size, not at all adequate. Too rich, are likely to cause rapid and dangerous weight gain.

This is especially true since obesity is a very real problem for this breed whose needs are often much lower than their family thinks.. It is necessary to scrupulously follow the daily rations recommended by the manufacturers or the veterinarian, and regularly weigh your dog to quickly detect too large a variation. A weight gain of 200g is negligible for a human, but for a Russkiy Toy this is around the 10% of their normal weight.

In case of unjustified weight gain, it is advisable to react without delay, adjusting both the dog's daily ration and activity level. If this doesn't help, a visit to the vet is necessary to explore the possibility of a disease and to develop a more appropriate diet if this is not the problem.

Last, like all dogs, the Russkiy Toy you should always have access to a bowl of fresh water, so you can quench your thirst whenever you want.

Use

The Russkiy Toy is above all – and also always – un perro de compañía, made to spend most of his time with his family. Playful and affectionate, perfectly capable of apartment living, represents an ideal option for those who have little space to offer their dog, but on the other hand they may be available to dedicate time.

His affectionate character also makes him a very good therapy dog, able to spend hours by his master's side if he needs it, and to help you with your mere presence.

His natural distrust of the unknown and his propensity to bark make him an excellent alert dog., but its size prevents it from being a true watchdog, aunque su valentía no es cuestionable.

Last, it is common to find it at dog shows, where your success is not denied. They can also participate in dog sports competitions, like obedience, but its small size is definitely a disadvantage.

¿Cuanto cuesta un "Russkiy Toy"?

The price of a puppy Russkiy Toy is of some 1500 EUR, but this average hides great disparities. In effect, depending on the reputation of the kennel, del prestigio de sus ancestros pero también y sobre todo de sus características físicas intrínsecas, can go from 800 euros for the copies with some small defects up to almost 4000 euros para los destinados a la cría y/o a las exposiciones. On the other hand, no hay grandes diferencias de precio según el sexo.

Characteristics "Russkiy Toy"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Russkiy Toy" 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.

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Images "Russkiy Toy"

Photos:

1 – “Russkiy Toy” by Ernst Vikne, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
2 – “Russkiy Toy” Puppy, 4 months old by Shamanofthistown, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
3 – “Russkiy Toy” shorthair, smooth coat, brown and tan by NiaNike, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
4 – Short hair “Russkiy Toy” by Ernst Vikne, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
5 – Two “Russkiy Toy”, one with short hair and one with long hair by Ernst Vikne, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
6 – “Russkiy Toy” Daniel, Rostov del Don by Sofiya357, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 9: Section 9: Continental Toy Spaniel and others
  • AKCToy
  • CKC – Group 5 – (Toy)
  • ​KC – Toy
  • UKC – Group 8 – Companion dog


FCI breed standard "Russkiy Toy"

FCIFCI - Russkiy Toy
Petit

Alternative names:

    1. Russian Toy Terrier, Russian Terrier, Moscow Toy Terrier, Moscovian Miniature Terrier, Toychik (English).
    2. Toychik, Toy-chic (French).
    3. Russischer Zwergspaniel, Moskauer Langhaariger Toy Terrier (московский длинношерстный той-терьер) (German).
    4. (em russo: Русский той-терьер) (Portuguese).
    5. Miniatura ruso, Toy Terrier ruso (español).

Russian Harlequin Hound
Rusia Hound not recognized by the F.C.I.

The Russian Harlequin Hound is a rare breed of dog found almost exclusively in Russia.

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History

In the 18th century, a hound native to Russia began to develop naturally, but it wasn't until around 1900 that selective breeding began in earnest, and the first breed standard for the Russian hound was developed in 1925. The breeders then crossed to the Estonian Hound with the English hounds. The result was the Russian Harlequin Hound, a slightly squarer looking dog with tricolor spots on a white body. The voice of the Russian Harlequin Hound is much deeper and melodic than that of a Estonian Hound, and frequently have black marks on the saddle.

Until 1951 This new breed of hound was known as the Anglo-Russian hound, but when he was accepted as a separate race from his own, he was known as the Russian Harlequin Hound. This breed was well known, not only for their melodic voices, but also for its speed and resistance when tracking its prey. They were frequently used as red hunting dogs, which means they chased foxes and wolves, traditionally known as red game, and they are rarely found outside the Soviet Union.

The breeders of the Russian Harlequin Hound they are still in the process of improving both the type and uniformity of the breed and the breed is now sometimes seen at Soviet dog shows, and is considered equal in quality to the best Estonian Hound. The Russian Harlequin Hound It was also used by William Dunker when he developed his namesake the Dunker, sometimes also known as the Norwegian Hound.

The Russian Harlequin Hound It is not recognized by the F.C.I.

Photo: simonaaa93

Physical characteristics “Russian Harlequin Hound”

The Russian Harlequin Hound he is a muscular dog, medium-sized, which stands about twenty-four inches tall and weighs between 18 and 31 kg, with a square build, long, straight legs and a strong tail that has a slightly curved or saber-like shape. They also tend to have a somewhat broad, square head with a straight, square muzzle., that always ends with a black nose. They have slightly hanging lips, oval shaped eyes, usually dark brown, and medium-sized pendant ears that sit high on the head and hang down to the sides to frame the face.

The characteristic short fur of the Russian Harlequin Hound is mostly white with tricolor markings on the head, face, back and tail, and is typically quite dense; this coloration is particularly useful when hunting with this Russian hound as it makes it much easier to differentiate the hunting dog from its prey.

Character and skills “Russian Harlequin Hound”

The Russian Harlequin Hound is a rare breed of dog found almost exclusively in Russia. A mix of the Estonian Hound and the English Foxhound, this scent hound is known for its ability to track the game traditionally known as red game, like the fox and the wolves. They tend to be friendly and outgoing with almost everyone they meet., both human and canine, but they have a high prey drive and may not be safe around cats and other small animals. This breed is not well adapted to apartment living due to its high activity levels and vocal nature..

Romanian Bucovina Shepherd
Rumanía FCI 357 - Sheepdogs

The Romanian Bucovina Shepherd is a quiet dog, balanced, devoted and who loves children, what can make it an ideal dog for a family.

Romanian Bucovina Shepherd

The Romanian Bucovina Shepherd is a quiet dog, balanced, devoted and who loves children

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Characteristics "Romanian Bucovina Shepherd"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Romanian Bucovina Shepherd" 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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History

Natural breed known for centuries in the Bucovina region, in northeastern Romania, the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd was brought to light for the first time in 1934 by G. Radulescu Calafat, publisher of the first Carpathian Sheepdog standard, quien mencionó en un artículo publicado en la revista Vet Sciences otro perro ovejero de tipo molosoide llamado “Dulau” or “Capau”. Until then, the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd había sido comparado con el Romanian Carpathian Shepherd Dog, smaller.

While the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd has long been used as a guard dog for flocks of sheep against large predators in the Carpathians, like bears, wolves and lynx, it has also been used for many years by Romanian farmers as a guard dog.

In 1982 the Romanian Cynological Association, la organización canina de referencia en el país, elaboró un primer estándar que describía al Romanian Bucovina Shepherd. It was updated in 2001 and 2002 in accordance with the FCI requests (International Cynological Federation) with a view to their recognition of the breed, what actually happened provisionally in 2009.

In 2019, the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd obtained the definitive recognition of the FCI. On the other hand, todavía no está reconocido por la organización de referencia británica, The Kennel Club, nor by the American Kennel Club (AKC) and the United Kennel Club (UKC).

In fact, sigue siendo muy rara fuera de su país de origen y de algunos países vecinos, like Ukraine or Serbia. In Romania there have been 6.000 ejemplares en el Libro de Orígenes de Rumania, pero sólo se permite la cría de 300 females and 200 males, as Romanian law imposes many restrictions on the breeding of dogs.

Photo: Ciobanesc de Bucovina – Romania 2018 by 1jagdterrier – YouTube

Physical characteristics

"Romanian Bucovina Shepherd"

Pastor rumano de Bucovina

The Romanian Bucovina Shepherd they are huge dogs with a body slightly longer than the tall, powerful lower limbs and a horizontal, muscular back. Placed high on the body, its long tail is carried hanging at rest and rises in the back in a slightly upward curve when in the gazebo.

The head, which is wide and carried slightly higher than the body, blends in with the voluminous and moderately long neck, which forms an angle of 100 a 110 degrees with the rest of the body.

The muzzle is black, the eyes are relatively small in relation to the head, la poderosa mandíbula tiene forma de cincel y las orejas en forma de V con la punta redondeada caen a lo largo de las mejillas.

While the head and the front of the legs are covered with short hair, the rest of the body is covered with dense hair, long (6 a 10 cm.) y bastante rígido. The coat is predominantly white, marked with black spots, gray or leonadas well defined. However, the standard of Romanian Bucovina Shepherd it also recognizes unbleached, uncoloured specimens that are completely white, white as snow, gray like ash or black.

Sexual dimorphism is well marked in the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd, being the male larger than the female.

Character and skills

The Romanian Bucovina Shepherd is a quiet dog, balanced, devoted and who loves children, what can make it an ideal dog for a family. On the other hand, desconfía especialmente de los extraños, so it is important to socialize him from an early age with the people with whom he can come into contact: friends, neighbors, postmen…

Acostumbrado a vigilar los rebaños en compañía de otros perros, coexists perfectly with its congeners and other pets that share its territory.

It is not aggressive at all, the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd they are not prone to attack without reason. On the other hand, their very protective character makes them react in a very intimidating way if they perceive an intrusion into their territory. However, his growls and especially his serious and powerful barks are just a way to scare “invaders” and they are rarely precursors of offensive action. However, if you feel that your “family” (which is simply the herd that is in charge, if he has always lived like a sheepdog) is threatened, this extremely brave and protective dog risks going on the attack, without even backing down in front of a bear or a pack of wolves.

Independent and used to wandering alone in the wild mountains of Romania, the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd tolera bastante bien la soledad y puede quedarse solo durante unos días sin demasiados problemas, aunque obviamente prefiere la compañía de su familia. However, your ability to keep busy depends on having enough space to walk freely.

Due to its size, his resonant voice and his need for great spaces, the Romanian Bucovina Shepherd They are not dogs that can live comfortably in apartments and are not recommended for urban areas. They greatly prefer sparsely populated areas, where they can patrol their territory in peace and quiet without risk of unwanted encounters.

A very active and resistant dog, necesita actividad física diaria y se alegra de acompañar a su amo en sus largos paseos por el campo.

Education “Romanian Bucovina Shepherd”

"Romanian Bucovina Shepherd"

Pastor rumano de Bucovina
Dog of the months

The puppy's socialization phase is of primary importance for the puppy. Romanian Bucovina Shepherd, and it is very important that you meet your family very soon, to possible other household pets, así como a las demás personas y animales que conocerá regularmente durante su vida. In effect, once adult, le resulta difícil aceptar a una nueva persona en su entorno (including for example a prospective dog handler or dog behaviorist), although this is not impossible.

As an intelligent and obedient dog, can be easily trained and trained for his future role as a sheepdog or watchdog from his first birthday. Despite its independent nature, responds very well to positive reinforcement methods, but the teacher must ensure that he always maintains a strong and authoritative demeanor.

What's more, instead of a long daily training session, es aconsejable optar por varias sesiones cortas repartidas a lo largo del día.

Health “Romanian Bucovina Shepherd”

The Romanian Bucovina Shepherd it is a particularly healthy and resistant breed.

However, como la mayoría de las razas grandes de perros, are prone to hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia. To reduce risks, hay que asegurarse de que no se someta a demasiada actividad física durante su período de crecimiento.

Gastric dilation of the dog is another problem that can affect this breed. Due to ingestion of food too fast, especially if they are dry, can be life-threatening and requires urgent intervention by a veterinarian. To minimize this risk, it is recommended to leave large amounts of water available when the dog eats, divide his daily ration into at least two meals and let him rest after these meals.

Grooming “Romanian Bucovina Shepherd”

The Romanian Bucovina Shepherd they are long-haired dogs that need to be brushed once a week, e incluso más a menudo durante el período de muda. Losing her hair galore, not recommended for people who do not like to find dog hair all over the house and always have a perfectly clean interior.

What's more, at the end of winter, it is advisable to cut the hair between its pads to protect your dog from heat.

It is not necessary to bathe your dog unless, of course, is particularly dirty. In any case, no more than 2 or 3 times a year, as this can damage the natural protective layer of the skin.

On the other hand, es necesario revisar regularmente el interior de los oídos, ya que es común que los parásitos externos se escondan allí, and clean them well to avoid any risk of infection.

The dog's claws should be checked monthly and trimmed if natural wear and tear is not enough.

Food “Romanian Bucovina Shepherd”

If he Romanian Bucovina Shepherd siempre ha sido alimentado con lo que su pastor solía preparar para él, las croquetas comerciales de buena calidad son hoy en día una solución ideal, If and when, of course, the manufacturer's recommendations are followed.

Bones are important in this dog's diet, por lo que puede ser útil darle un hueso para roer de vez en cuando. However, chicken bones and other poultry should be banned as they can cause serious damage to the digestive system.

What's more, as with any dog ​​at high risk of bloating-twisting stomach, the daily ration should be divided into 2 or 3 meals and ensuring that the dog remains calm during and after these meals. This means, for example, make sure he sees his food coming instead of discovering it in front of him when he wakes up, avoid having another animal around you when you eat, and do not stimulate him during his meal or in the following hour.

What's more, is essential for Romanian Bucovina Shepherd have large amounts of fresh water available at all times.

Price “Romanian Bucovina Shepherd”

Un cachorro de Romanian Bucovina Shepherd usually sold between 500 and 1000 EUR, but prices have tended to rise as the breed has been the subject of some interest after its recognition by the FCI. Males tend to be more expensive than females, and the price is higher when the animal has a smooth coat.

It is necessary to be well informed about the origin of the puppy and check the documents with the Romanian Canine Association. Since 2015, la reproducción de perros sin pedigrí o no registrados en el Libro de Orígenes de Rumania está prohibida en Rumania, and the marketing of these puppies is illegal.

Videos "Romanian Bucovina Shepherd"

Ciobanesc de Bucovina – Romania 2018 by 1jagdterrier
Shepherd of Bucovina – Ilie Forest 2018

Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 1 Herding dogs, Section 1 Sheepdogs


FCI breed standard "Romanian Bucovina Shepherd"

FCIFCI - Romanian Bucovina Shepherd
Pastor

Alternative names:

    1. Bucovina Sheepdog, Bucovina Shepherd, Southeastern European Shepherd (English).
    2. Berger roumain de Bucovine, Berger de l’Europe du Sud-Est (French).
    3. Ciobănesc Românesc de Bucovina (German).
    4. (em romeno: Ciobanesc Romanesc de Bucovina) (Portuguese).
    5. (en rumano: Ciobănesc de Bucovina) (español).

Istrian Coarse-haired Hound
Croacia FCI 152 . Medium-sized Hounds

Istrian Coarse-haired Hound

The Istrian Coarse-haired Hound it is an excellent hound for hunting hare and fox.

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History

His story matches that of Istrian Shorthaired Hound, pero la iconografía en palabras e imágenes es mucho más limitada, as long-haired dogs are generally less attractive for renderings due to their outward appearance. However, the Istrian Coarse-haired Hound was described in detail by B. Laska in 1896 and 1905: under the name of “barbini” these hard elo hound dogs were put up for sale in the Pazin and Buzet area in Istria. During World War I the breed was almost extinct. From 1924 these dogs were registered in the Croatian Stallion Book. The FCI recognized the breed in 1948. The first standard dates back to 1969.

Photos:

1 – Istrian Wire-haired Hound by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1583815

Physical characteristics

The Istrian Coarse-haired Hound has strong and robust bones. With a stern expression, gives the deceptive impression of being a dark and taciturn animal. His somewhat hairy appearance was the cause of his near disappearance, ya que es físicamente repulsivo para algunos debido a su tosco pelaje. However, its deceptive appearance hides a wonderful character and very beautiful qualities.

HEIGHT
Among 45 and 58 cm. (17,72 a 22,83 inches) for the male
Among 45 and 58 cm. (17,72 a 22,83 inches) for the female

WEIGHT
Among 16 and 24 kg (35,27 a 52,91 pounds) for the male
Among 16 and 24 kg (35,27 a 52,91 pounds) for the female

COLOR
Its fur is white with orange spots, more or less big, on the body and often at the beginning of the tail. Their ears are generally orange.

HAIR
Her hair is straight, hard and pointed. It usually measures between 5 and 10 cm long.

MORFOLOGÍA
Its head has a domed skull and a slightly pointed cap. His big eyes are dark. Its slender ears are well set on the cheeks and tend to flare towards the middle. His nose is black. Its tail is quite long and reaches the hock.

Character and skills

His character is that of a gentle dog, obedient and calm at home, while hunting is active, independent and passionate. His temperament is moderately lively, expression indicative of a calm and balanced nature, la mirada es sombría. His bark is loud, moderate to deep.

He stands out for his immense diligence, it is resistant and persistent. Puede tener un excelente rendimiento incluso en los terrenos y condiciones climáticas más difíciles. The track never leaves. Se utiliza principalmente para la caza de jabalíes, deer, foxes and hares.

Training / Education:

Education is not that simple. Porque al cazar siempre depende de sí mismo y no puede esperar a las instrucciones del cazador, es adecuado para una amplia autonomía, the owner cannot avoid the servile obedience of this breed. You need in this direction a little understanding from the owner or coach.

No harsh training methods, sólo interrumpiría su relación con el hombre, lo que sería una doble vergüenza. Requiere una cierta cantidad de paciencia y empatía, benign and yet a totally consistent approach to both education and training. More than punishment it will help stimulate the positive voice (compliment, estímulo) and the material (a treat).

Care and health

Este perro robusto y resistente no sufre ninguna enfermedad genética ni ninguna patología particular asociada a la raza. His health is excellent and he rarely gets sick.

WATCH OUT

Its rough appearance requires regular brushing to maintain its coat and ensure good health.

Images "Istrian Coarse-haired Hound"

Photos:

1 – A female Istrian Hound, Coarse-haired. Colour: white & orange by Canarian, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
2 – Istrian Wire-haired Hound by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1583811
3 – Istrian Wire-haired Hound by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1583803
4 – Istrian Wire-haired Hound by https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Istrian_hound2.jpg
5 – Istrian Coarse-haired Hound at a dog show in Zadar, Croatia (CACIB 2006.) by Mirta12, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
6 – ISTARSKI OSTRODLAKI GONIC by www.youtube.com

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Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 6: Scent hounds, and related breeds. – Section 1.1: Large-sized Hounds.
  • UKCScenthound Group


FCI breed standard "Istrian Coarse-haired Hound"

FCIFCI - Istrian Coarse-haired Hound
Hound

Alternative names:

    1. Istrian Rough-coated Hound, Istrian Wire-haired Hound (English).
    2. Chien courant d’Istrie à poil dur (French).
    3. Rauhhaarige Istrische Bracke (German).
    4. Em croata: istarski ostrodlaki gonic (Portuguese).
    5. En croata, istarski oštrodlaki gonič (español).

Rafeiro of Alentejo
Portugal FCI 96 - Molossoid . Mountain

Rafeiro of Alentejo

The Rafeiro of Alentejo It is an excellent watchdog in the haciendas and houses of the Alentejo.

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History

The Rafeiro of Alentejo (Mastín del Alentejo), as its name suggests, comes from the Portuguese region of Alentejo, que se extiende al sur del río Tajo hasta el Algarve. El perro de pedigrí, that within the FCI belongs to the Group 2 (Molossoid), Mountain Dogs subsection, has a long history as a herding dog. Although little is known about the exact origin of this rare breed, their parents are supposed to be found in the molossian dogs of the Middle East. The Estrela Mountain Dog (Star Mountain Dog), also from portugal, was probably also involved in its origin.

In the Alentejo lowlands, shepherds used the Rafeiro of Alentejo to herd and drive cattle. What's more, el intrépido amigo de cuatro patas protegía el rebaño que se le había confiado evitando de forma fiable los ataques de animales salvajes o cuatreros. Especially at night the Rafeiro of Alentejo defended his flock to the blood. The wealthy large landowners appreciated the imposing dog not only as a vigilant protector, sino también como un símbolo de estatus de fuerza y poder.

A medida que la industrialización avanzaba y los grandes latifundios disminuían, the rafeiro it got weirder. In the early 20th century, dogs of this type were almost extinct. However, un pequeño círculo de entusiastas se aseguró de que la raza se preservara. In 1940 a first breed standard was established. 14 years later, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) finally recognized the breed.

Physical characteristics

When the Rafeiro of Alentejo, cattle thieves and wild animals quickly flee: ¿Quién querría meterse con un perro tan grande y poderoso?

With a height at the withers of up to 76 cm and a weight of approximately 50 kg, the Portuguese breed dog has a very striking appearance. His massive head and strong, muscular body give a defensive impression.. Look calmly at your opponent with small brown eyes, between which there is a slight groove, but nothing escapes your watchful eye.

Despite its bulky shape and somewhat heavy and slow gait, the body of the Rafeiro of Alentejo seems to be rather long than wide. The neck offers a good transition to the shoulder, the back is straight. The tail is well furnished and thickened at the base, rather low and forms a slight upward curve when excited. In rest position it reaches to the hock. Ears of the Rafeiro they are medium in size and fall to one side when folded.

The dense and smooth coat of the Portuguese Sheepdog is short to medium length and has abundant undercoat, giving you reliable protection in all weather conditions. The Rafeiro of Alentejo it is available in black, gris lobo, leonado or yellow with or without white spots. A white base color with yellow spots is also allowed., así como los ejemplares atigrados según el estándar de la raza.

Character and skills

At night, the Rafeiro of Alentejo he is in his best moment: nothing escapes your watchful eye, su buen olfato y sus excelentes oídos. Anyone who dares to enter their territory is captured without notice and, if required, wholesale. Pastors who have a Rafeiro they no longer have to fear rustlers or poachers.

Like a purebred dog, cuya única tarea es acompañar y proteger a su familia, the Portuguese breed dog is completely unsuitable. Although he is faithful and loyal to his family, su agudeza innata es difícil de controlar incluso con una educación consistente. Después de todo, el inteligente y seguro de sí mismo Rafeiro of Alentejo has always been used to working and acting independently. However, the will to subordinate and obedience are not among its strong points.

Who wants to keep a Rafeiro of Alentejo debe poder ofrecerle un gran territorio en el que pueda vivir su instinto vigilante y protector según su estado de ánimo. This does not mean, of course, that one should just let this dog go. A responsible owner socializes and educates his dog from the beginning. Le muestra claramente quién lleva las riendas en su mano y dónde están sus límites. At the same time, he also accepts that his four-legged friend needs his freedom. The Rafeiro will never become a “good lap dog”.

Compra un “Rafeiro of Alentejo”

Those interested in a Rafeiro of Alentejo Purebreds sometimes have to go a long way to find a suitable breeder. However, people who want to buy this dog on a whim, debería abstenerse de comprarlo. The Rafeiro it is and continues to be an excellent herd dog and should be kept in that context. Quien quiera convertirlo en un perro de compañía adecuado para la familia, no se hace ni a sí mismo ni al perro ningún favor.

Health and life expectancy of “Rafeiro of Alentejo”

Las enfermedades típicas de la raza son apenas conocidas debido a la baja propagación de la raza. The Rafeiro it is a very robust dog whose life expectancy is comparatively high, of 12 a 14 years. However, like all dogs of their size and format, You may also have joint problems such as hip joint dysplasia or elbow dysplasia.

The diet of the “Rafeiro of Alentejo”

In principle, esta raza no tiene necesidades dietéticas específicas. However, a balanced and healthy diet is, of course, also important for this dog – also or especially regarding possible joint problems. Therefore, siguiendo la dieta para cachorros de alta energía, se debe dar primero un alimento bastante bajo en proteínas para evitar que el joven perro crezca demasiado rápido. In the adult dog, the energy value of the food can increase again. Now, fresh meat, a través de la cual se absorbe la cantidad necesaria de proteína animal, should mainly fill the feeding bowl. Fresh vegetables and rice are suitable as a healthy garnish. Fish can be given as an alternative to meat.

Characteristics "Rafeiro of Alentejo"

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Type and recognitions:

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Federations:

  • FCI – Pinscher and Schnauzer-Molossoid type dogs – Swiss Mountain Dogs and Cattledogs. Section 2.2 Molossoid, mountain type.
  • AKC – FSS
  • UKC – Watchdog


FCI breed standard "Rafeiro of Alentejo"

FCIFCI - Rafeiro of Alentejo
Rafeiro

Alternative names:

    1. Rafeiro do Alentejo, Alentejo-Mastiff, alentejo mastiff (English).
    2. mâtin de l’Alentejo, mastiff de l’Alentejo (French).
    3. Rafeiro do Alentejo, Rafeiro, Alentejo-Mastiff (German).
    4. Mastim Português, Mastim do Alentejo (Portuguese).
    5. Mastín del Alentejo (español).

Photos:

1 – Rafeiro of Alentejo by https://brit-petfood.com/hr/node/8006

Redbone Coonhound
Estados Unidos Not recognized by the FCI

Redbone Coonhound

The Redbone Coonhound It is commonly used for hunting bears, raccoons and pumas.

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History

Redbone Coonhound It is a breed of dog of American origin which, Since its inception it has been used for hunting of bears, raccoons, and even, Pumas. Sus características físicas y agilidad le permiten al Redbone Coonhound cazar en pantanos, in mountains and some tend to be used as water dogs (bailiffs).

Según la norma del American Kennel Club: “The Redbone Coonhound is a balanced blend of beauty and temperament, with a notorious air security and great talents for hunting”. This beautiful race won his first record in the American Kennel Club in the 1904.

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Black Russian Terrier
Rusia FCI 327 . Pinscher and Schnauzer type

Terrier Ruso Negro

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

Content

History

The Black Russian Terrier, (in Russian: Чёрный терьер), abbreviated as BRT, known, also as dog of Stalin (Sobaka Stalina), es una raza de perro desarrollada para servir como perro guardián y perro policía.

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

A pesar de su nombre, the 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 Kavkazskaïa Ovtcharka y el perro de agua de Moscú, 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, rústico en la apariencia (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 a 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, característica más pronunciada en los machos. 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 a 72 cm to the cross and the female of 64 a 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, the Black Russian Terrier is a member of the American Kennel Club Task Force.

Character and skills

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The Black Russian Terrier, is a safe dog, quiet, very intelligent, brave and loyal. Nunca se debe ser tímido. It may seem distant, or perhaps independent, but in their basic needs, se encuentra la compañía humana y el amor de su familia.

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, así estará feliz.

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. As well, they are very good in various dog sports, such as agility.

The Black Russian Terrier, need plenty of exercise, y puede ser hiperactivo y destructivo si no cuenta con la oportunidad de quemar su energía.

Characteristics "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 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.

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Images “Black Russian Terrier”

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FCI standard of the breed "Black Russian Terrier"

FCIFCI - Black Russian Terrier
Terrier

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 (español).

Giant Schnauzer
Alemania FCI 181 . Pinscher and Schnauzer type

Schnauzer Gigante

The Giant Schnauzer is a balanced dog, sweet with children and distrustful with strangers.

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History

The Giant Schnauzer It is a large and compact dog breed, a native of Germany. Oldest, lover of water and active, It is one of the three varieties of Schnauzer.

The Schnauzer breed in its three varieties, tiene orígenes muy antiguos y comunes a los del Terrier (of those who descend).

Y, Although the aires were very Terrier, luego la cría y selección de la raza Schnauzer se enfocó especialmente en la guarda y la defensa.

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