Tibetan spaniel
Tíbet FCI 231 . Tibetan breeds.

Tibetan spaniel

The Tibetan spaniel it is an awake and very active dog that is very close to its owner.

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History

The Tibetan spaniel es una raza originaria de las regiones montañosas del Tíbet, as its name suggests. The ancestors of the Tibetan Spaniel are believed to have appeared two millennia ago, along with the Lhasa Apso, the Shih Tzu and the Pekingese, among others. This dog has long accompanied Buddhist monks in their temples, warning their masters and their companions (mainly to Tibetan Mastiff – Do-Khy) de la más mínima intrusión.

Even though it's called spaniel, has neither the qualities nor the heritage of a hunting dog. Siempre se ha utilizado como perro de compañía y de alerta. Los primeros representantes de la raza que se llevaron a Inglaterra llegaron allí a finales del siglo XIX. In United States, the Tibetan spaniel began to be adopted during the decade of 1960 and the national club dedicated to the breed was founded in 1971. 13 years later, earned recognition from the American Kennel Club. In the meantime, the 22 in August of 1961, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) granted the breed its own ultimate status.

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Physical characteristics

▷ Fur: silky, glued, smooth, average length, shorter on the face and in the front of the legs. The fringes are present on the back of the front legs. Hair and mane are less dense in females.
▷ Color: all colors are allowed, shades and combinations.
▷ Head: Small in relation to the body, proud port. The skull is slightly domed, medium width and length. The stop is light but it's marked.
▷ Ears: Medium-sized, high insertion, well feathered and hanging.
▷ Eyes: oval, dark brown, medium-sized, placed far apart, forward facing, showing an expressive and lively look.
▷ Body: rectangular, slightly longer than the height of the withers. The neck is moderately short, strong, covered with a mane (more pronounced in males than females). The loin is straight and the ribs are well sprung.
▷ The tail it is high insertion, happily held, forming a loop on the back when the dog is in action and provided with abundant hair.

Size and weight

▷ Male size: 25 – 26 cm.
▷ female size: 22 – 24 cm.
▷ Male weight: 4 – 7 kg
▷ female weight: 4 – 7 kg

Character and skills

The Tibetan spaniel is an alert and active little dog that shows great intelligence. Your education is very easy. Loyal to his family and close to his masters, it is a dog that nevertheless needs independence.

Accumulate many qualities such as affection, the softness, the sensibility. It is a dog very devoted to his family and that adapts as well to a family with children as to a single person or older. It is not an aggressive dog, pero desconfía de las personas que no conoce, which makes him a very good alert and guard dog because he is full of security.

The Tibetan spaniel is an indoor dog that fits perfectly into an urban lifestyle, In an apartment. La posibilidad de disfrutar de un jardín vallado también le conviene, but you should always be able to benefit from a shelter from bad weather.

Education

The Tibetan spaniel it is a social race that needs regular contact with its humans. They do not respond well when left alone for long periods of time. Al haber sido desarrollado como perro de compañía por los monjes tibetanos, are emotional and empathic with the needs of their owners.

It is important to socialize him Tibetan spaniel at a young age with a variety of people and situations. They are protectors of their family. Even after socializing, they tend to be distant with strangers. If you are scared or uncomfortable, a Tibetan spaniel will express mistrust with loud alarm barks.

Although it is not a particularly athletic dog, necesita paseos diarios para su equilibrio físico, psychological and emotional.

Health

The Tibetan spaniel it is a strong and healthy dog. However, the breed is prone to a number of diseases, such as the risk of patella luxation, generalized retinal atrophy, urinary stones and persistent pupillary membrane.

Grooming

The Tibetan spaniel It is subject to 2 seasonal moults per year. During these, you are likely to lose hair extensively. Apart from the changes, its maintenance is still undemanding, but it should be done regularly.

It is recommended to brush the dog once a week outside the shedding periods and daily during them.. Special attention must be paid to the hygiene of the inside of their hanging ears to avoid possible infections. You can give it a bath every 3 or 4 months approximately, but it is not necessary to shear it.

Food

The Tibetan spaniel does not need a special diet. Not a very greedy dog. Like all dogs, a good quality diet is advised, adapted to his age, a su estado de salud y a su ejercicio físico para mantenerlo en buena salud.

Price of Tibetan spaniel

The price of a puppy Tibetan spaniel it will depend on the sex, el pedigrí de los padres, compliance with breed standards, etc.

▷ Price of a Tibetan spaniel male: of 550 a 1200 EUR.
▷ Price of a female Tibetan spaniel : 600 a 1200 EUR.

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1 – Tibetan spaniel by Angelica, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
2 – Close up view of a Tibetan spaniel by Docter Nick, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
3 – Buddy, Tibetan spaniel particolor of two years by Ladykransteer, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons
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5 – Tibetan spaniel by Daimen.Richards, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
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Type and recognitions:

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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 9: Section 5: Tibetan breeds
  • AKCToy
  • ANKC – (Toy)
  • CKC – Group 5 – (Toy)
  • ​KC – Toy
  • NZKCToy
  • UKC – Group 8 – Companion dog


FCI breed standard "Tibetan spaniel"

FCIFCI - Tibetan spaniel
Spaniel

Alternative names:

    1. Tibbie (English).
    2. Du Tibet, Epagneul du Tibet (French).
    3. Tibetan Spaniel (German).
    4. Tibbie (Portuguese).
    5. Tibbie (español).

Hungarian hound (Transylvanian Scent Hound)
Hungría FCI 241 - Medium-sized Hounds

Transylvanian Scent Hound

It is used in hunting fox and hare; the larger size variety is used in wild boar hunting, deer and lynx.

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History

The Transylvanian Scent Hound it is a very old hungarian breed, whose development has been influenced by climatic conditions, the nature of the terrain and hunting methods in this part of the world.

The breed had its golden age in the Middle Ages, When the Hungarian hound He was the favorite hunting dog of the nobility. The development of agriculture and forestry moved away from hunting grounds, and its use moved to the inaccessible mountains and forests of the Carpathians.

This change in territory and habit has led to the creation of two different varieties of Transylvanian Scent Hound: one bigger and one smaller.

  • Long-legged variety: height 56-66 cm.; black with white markings on the front, chest, feet and tip of tail. Used for fox and hare.
  • Short-legged variety: height 46-51 cm.; red-brown base color with white markings. Used in bear, deer and lynx.

Both varieties were always bred together. Originally, the great Hungarian hound it was used to hunt big game: first buffalo, later bear, boar and lynx. The “Small-sized Hounds” they were used to hunt small game (foxes, hares) in covered terrain and for hunting “chamois” in rocky areas.

In the early 20th century, the threatened Transylvanian Scent Hound almost completely disappeared, but it was recovered in 1968. Today there are a large number of dogs of Transylvanian Scent Hound in Hungary and neighboring Romania. The variety of “Small-sized Hounds” has become extinct.

Photos: Male, 1 year old Transylvanian Hound, in Hungary by Jahnna river, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Physical characteristics “Transylvanian Scent Hound”

The dog Carpathian Hound grows up 65 cm and weighs at least 25 kg. Whole body, including lower belly, is covered in short hair, dense, smooth and thick that rests well against the body. The basic color is black with tan on the muzzle and legs. The tail is and is carried above the top line when it wakes up, slightly bent up. The hanging ears, set at mid-height, lie close to the cheeks without wrinkles, put forward barely cover the eyes.

Character and skills “Transylvanian Scent Hound”

Expressive and loving nature – a dog with very good skills.

Transylvanian hound female
Transylvanian hound female by Lnko2323, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

The Transylvanian Scent Hound adapted perfectly to the extreme climatic conditions of his homeland. Here the robust breed had to contend not only with the cold and snowy winters, but also with the hot summer days. Hunting in the Carpathians was very demanding due to the dense and hardly accessible mountains. To be able to work all year round in these treacherous areas, the Hungarian hound developed not only his physical stature but also his mental abilities.

With its marked sense of smell, his extraordinary sense of direction, his great resistance and his enormous dexterity, This race, in addition to qualities such as self-confidence and predatory instinct, provides everything an excellent hunting dog needs. They are capable of making smart decisions in almost all hunting situations and communicate their success with a clear voice. Like many hound dogs, the Hungarian hound is a professional at hard work.

At home, the Transylvanian Scent Hound he is a very friendly and calm dog, that is closely tied to its owner, to children and family members. As it is also highly regarded as a guard dog, behaves suspicious of strangers, at first it tends to be a bit reserved, but it doesn't seem dangerous or aggressive at all.

If the dog is well socialized and educated at a young age, relaxed demeanor is expressed, obedient and social, also together with the conspecifics.

The Transylvanian Scent Hound need plenty of exercise, preferably combined with work, such as hunting. Their owners must have an active lifestyle to meet the requirements of keeping a hunting dog.. If sufficient conditions for exercise and employment are met, this breed can be kept in the house or apartment without problems.

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Transylvanian Hounds -Wild boar Dogs
Hector – Transylvanian Hound – 3 Weeks Residential Dog Training

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  • FCI – Group 6: Scent hounds, and related breeds. – Section 1.2: Medium-sized Hounds.
  • UKCScenthounds


FCI breed standard "Hungarian hound (Transylvanian Scent Hound)"

FCIFCI - Hungarian hound (Transylvanian Scent Hound)
Hound

Alternative names:

    1. Hungarian: (Erdélyi kopó), Transylvanian Bloodhound, Hungarian Hound (English).
    2. Hungarian: (Erdélyi kopó), Brachet hongrois (French).
    3. Hungarian: (Erdélyi kopó), Siebenbürger Bracke (German).
    4. Hungarian: (Erdélyi kopó) (Portuguese).
    5. Hungarian: (Erdélyi kopó), Braco húngaro, Cazador húngaro, Sabueso de los Cárpatos (español).

Taiwan Dog
Taiwán FCI 348 . Primitive type - Hunting Dogs

Taiwan Dog

The Taiwan Dog is sponsored by Japan.

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History “Taiwan Dog”

In 1980 the breed was the subject of a study by the University of Taiwan, Gifu University of Japan and Nagoya University. El objetivo del estudio era averiguar los orígenes del Taiwan Dog. To do this, the students examined 29 indigenous dog breeds and concluded that the Taiwan Dog current is a native breed that actually descends from Southeast Asian hunting dogs. Esta raza de perro asiático es ahora popular en toda la isla como perro de guardia y de compañía. In 2004 was officially recognized by the FCI.

Physical characteristics “Taiwan Dog”

The males of Taiwan Dog reach a withers height of up to 52 cm.. When fully grown they weigh 18 kg, while the females are about 5 cm smaller and 2 kg lighter. Los animales musculosos se mueven característicamente con pasos muy amplios, but they are fast and agile due to their pronounced musculature. The Taiwan Dog has a very tight coat of about 1,5 a 3 cm length. A variety of colors is allowed, including black, striped, yellow, white, black and white or white and brindle. Sponsorship of the breed was taken over by Japan.

Character and skills “Taiwan Dog”

Sociable and loyal hunting companion.
His brave and intrepid character serves the Taiwan Dog in his role as hunting dog. Animals are known for their quick perception and the fact that they are faithful and loyal to their master.. They are also suitable as guard and dressage dogs and are considered extremely sociable.

TAIWAN DOG

Se adaptan muy bien al entorno y por eso pudieron vivir tan increíblemente bien con los pueblos primitivos en el pasado. What's more, these dogs can survive in the desert in the middle of the mountains, they can stand out excellently and can cope with almost all situations. All these strong qualities can be traced back to his previous harsh life with the prehistoric peoples of the mountains.. Your skills are also improved by working together with people. This builds trust between the dog and the man., friendships and shared experiences. The Taiwan Dog they are big and simple family dogs. Because of life in the desert, do not have a great demand for food. The Taiwan dogs pueden incluso ser utilizados como perros de protección y como perros policía, because they have this unmistakable good sense of smell and are ready to defend themselves.

Until today these dogs are known mainly in the Asian region. In Europe they have not been able to arouse comparable popularity so far.

Health “Taiwan Dog”

The Taiwan Dog are extremely resistant to disease.

Videos "Taiwan Dog"

Taiwan Dog
Perro de montaña de Formosa / Perro de Taiwan / Taiwan Dog – Raza de Perro / Dog Breed

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1 – Taiwan dog by https://pixabay.com/zh/photos/taiwan-dogs-dog-the-black-dog-4890098/

Type and recognitions:

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  • FCI – Group 5: Perros tipo Spitz y tipo primitivo – Section 7: Primitive type - Hunting Dogs.


FCI breed standard "Taiwan Dog"

FCIFCI - Taiwan Dog
Dog

Alternative names:

    1. Formosan Mountain Dog, Takasago Dog, Taiwan Canis, Taiwanese Dog, Taiwanse Canis (English).
    2. Chien de Taïwan (French).
    3. Taiwan Dog (German).
    4. Cão de taiwan (Portuguese).
    5. Perro de montaña de Formosa (español).

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog
Eslovaquia FCI 332 . Sheepdogs

Czechoslovakian Wolf Dog

Not a dog fit for everyone.

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History

The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog has its origin in the crossing experiments between the “Carpathian Wolf” and the German Shepherd llevados a cabo en la antigua República Socialista Checoslovaca a partir de 1955 under the supervision of the SR. Karel Hartl, a renowned Czech cynologist and breeder. El objetivo científico de estos experimentos era determinar las características de estos híbridos (apariencia física, behavior, utility, fertility…), while the military tried to create a breed with the strength of the wolf and the docility of the dog, that could be used as an attack dog.

The first births took place in 1958 at the border guard kennel in Libejovice, en el sur del país. Brita the wolf and the German Shepherd Cezar z Brezoveho Haje gave birth to 5 Puppies: Brent, Berta, Bono, Betty y Bessy.

Betty fue seleccionada para continuar la línea en el criadero Libejovice, while his sister Berta was sent to the Samorin kennel (now Malacky) with the same goal. Sus crías fueron utilizadas como perros de patrulla por los guardias fronterizos, confirmando que estos híbridos eran sanos, functional and fertile.

After this initial success, the Brita Wolf was able to mate again with a new male German Shepherd named Kurt z Vaclavky. Like this, in 1960, Defender, Bigan, Trophy, Bill and Bima were born in the Libejovice kennel. The male Bikar was chosen to be sent to the Pohranicni kennel in Slovakia to continue this second lineage.

The experiment stopped at 1965, not without some success: los híbridos pudieron reproducirse, socialize with humans and be trained for different tasks. At the end of the experiment, 16 of these dogs remained in the care of the army, While 18 were given to civil breeders.

Entonces se crearon nuevas líneas, as..:

– Astra (female german shepherd dog) and Argo (Carpathian wolf male) in 1968;
– Lejdy (female Carpathian wolf) y Boyar from Schotterhof (male german shepherd) in 1972;
– Urta with the Guardian Guard (hembra híbrida de tercera generación) and Sarik (male Carpathian wolf) in 1974;
– Xela with the Guardian Guard (híbrido femenino de tercera generación) and Sarik (Carpathian wolf male) in 1983.

The name “Czechoslovakian Wolfdogparece haberse convertido en algo común para designar a estos híbridos ya en el decenio de 1960, but it wasn't until 1982 that the efforts of Mr.. Karel Hartl were finally officially rewarded when this new breed was recognized by the Czechoslovakian Dog Breeders Committee, la organización canina de referencia del país.

It developed quite quickly and to 1991 not less than 1552 loberos checoslovacos estaban inscritos en el registro nacional de perros con pedigrí.

In 1999, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog was recognized by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI).

In the news, are mainly found in Central Europe, pero su popularidad está creciendo rápidamente en varios países de Europa occidental como Italia, Germany, Spain and France. In France, for example, little more than 3.000 representatives of the breed have registered with the LOF (Livre des Origines Français) between 2010 and 2016, and the trend is increasing. His growing renown leads him to the gates of 10 Most popular dog breeds in France.

On the other hand, the Czechoslovak Wolf dog has not actually crossed the English Channel: it is only one of the breeds recognized by the Kennel Club, the British organization of reference, y la FCI sólo tiene un criadero aprobado en todo el país.

In United States, the AKC (American Kennel Club) partially recognizes it from 2001: their representatives can participate in competitions organized under the aegis of the organization, but they cannot register in the breed dog registry. On the other hand, the UKC (United Kennel Club) fully recognizes it, and has been doing it since 2006. What's more, in 2011 an official breed club was established (el Czechoslovakian Vlcak Club of America). There are currently some 200 especímenes en territorio americano.

Physical characteristics

It is a dog of strong constitution, medium-sized and rectangular in structure. It is similar to the wolf in constitution, movement, colors, cloak and mask. The head, symmetrical and well muscled, is shaped like a truncated wedge. the eyes are small, macaroons, amber, with well-attached eyelids.
Ears are erect, thin, triangular and short. The tail is implanted high, but it hangs straight. When the dog is excited, lifts it up in a sickle.

Fur: The coat is straight and adherent. In winter it has a very dense undercoat.
Color: From yellowish gray to silver gray, con la característica máscara blanca.
Size: Los machos miden como mínimo 65 cm.. the females, minimal 60 cm..

Character and skills

The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog he is very devoted to his family, including children. However, their rather dominant nature can be problematic for young people. In any case, it is important to socialize him from an early age and never leave a young child alone with a dog, regardless of race.

He is also sociable with his companions and other pets who live under the same roof., since he is used to their presence relatively early. On the other hand, ¡ay de los gatos, perros pequeños y otros roedores que le son desconocidos y que tendrían la mala idea de aventurarse en su territorio, or that they will meet during a walk: his hunting instincts were then all chances to regain the advantage.

What's more, es tan cariñoso con su séquito como desconfía de los extraños: allí también es necesaria una educación y socialización del cachorro iniciada desde una edad temprana para evitar cualquier problema posterior.

Al tener un sentido de jerarquía muy desarrollado, must face as soon as possible with his “líder de la manada”, quien debe mostrarle a su perro su lugar en la jerarquía familiar . The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog he is a dog that cannot stand loneliness, prefiriendo en gran medida vivir en compañía de su manada, that is, his family. Es muy probable que se sienta infeliz si tiene que estar solo durante largos períodos de tiempo y corre el riesgo de huir para reunirse con su familia, or feeling excluded from the “in the sense” and lose trust in his master.

What's more, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog it is a very durable and active breed of dog, able to accompany his master even over very long distances that can exceed even those of a marathon, and whatever the weather conditions. In fact, poder ejercitarse a diario es necesario para su bienestar físico y psicológico, and allows to avoid the risk of damage caused by the dog . Es un compañero ideal para un amante de los deportes al que le gustaría, for example, jogging with your dog , go hiking with your dog or even ride a bike with your dog.. On the other hand, even more than for any other race, su cuidador debe asegurarse de estar siempre al frente y así mostrar a su perro quién es el “líder de la manada” .

On the other hand, a person who prefers to spend his free time in front of a screen or immersed in a book is exposed to some difficulties if he thinks about adopting a Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

What's more, by needing space, este último no es una raza de perro recomendada en apartamentos : es mucho mejor tener una casa con jardín. No es raro verlo jugando y durmiendo allí sea cual sea el tiempo: no es muy difícil, and is able to perfectly withstand bad weather. On the other hand, se recomienda que dicho jardín esté perfectamente vallado, para evitar el riesgo de que el perro se escape y deambule por la vía pública.

The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog very little, if he barks. But when it does, it is impossible not to notice: similar to his ancestors the wolves , its howl is loud and can be heard over long distances. Daily, when you need to express yourself, opt for other means, like moans and grunts .

Like this, this loyal and active dog will make a firm human companion happiness, sporty and available, but it is not recommended for people who have never had dogs before or who are often absent. In fact, la mayoría de adopciones fallidas se deben a que el humano no ha sabido imponerse como “líder de la manada” y / or has not been sufficiently available and active for his partner.

Last, conviene recordar que esta raza canina reciente se encuentra todavía en fase de construcción, so excessively fearful or aggressive subjects may appear.

Price “Czechoslovakian Wolfdog”

The price of a puppy Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is of some 1250 a 1500 EUR.

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  • FCI standard of the breed "Czechoslovakian Wolfdog"

    FCIFCI - Czechoslovakian Wolfdog
    Dog

    Alternative names:

      1. Czechoslovak Vlcak (English).
      2. Československý vlčiak (French).
      3. tschechisch československý vlčák, slowakisch československý vlčiak (German).
      4. Československý vlčák (Portuguese).
      5. Československý vlčák, PLC (español).

    Photo:
    Czechoslovakian Wolfdog by UsernameNotInUse / CC BY-SA

    Treeing Walker Coonhound
    Estados Unidos Not recognized by the FCI

    Treeing Walker Coonhound

    Content

    History

    The Treeing Walker Coonhound, It is a breed of dog American descendant of the English Foxhound What, was first recognized as a separate caste from the varieties of Coonhound in the year 1945.

    The race began when a stolen dog of unknown origin, nicknamed “Tennessee Lead “, He crossed with the dog of Mr Thomas Walker in the 19th century, responsible for importing the Foxhound English to Virginia in 1742.

    Physical characteristics

    The Treeing Walker Coonhound, they are extremely fast dogs, ágiles e incansables en la búsqueda del rastro. They are very vocal, they have a special bark that allows their owners to easily identify their dogs at great distances.

    The Treeing Walker Coonhound has a powerful and agile body. The height of the males is of 56 a 69 cm and the females of 50 a 64 cm., they weigh between 45 and 50 kg. The ears are large compared to the head. El labio superior cuelga por debajo de la mandíbula inferior. The Forelegs are long, straight and thin. The layer of hair is smooth and glossy and colors can occur in different combinations of cinnamon and white, black and white. Then, It may be bicolor or tricolor (the tricolour is the color preferred by breeders).

    To come in color white and cinnamon, It should never be called “red”, to distinguish them from the Redbone Coonhound.

    Character and skills

    While it is very affectionate with people, the right thing for a dog of this kind is to have a life open-air, with full freedom of action, as he suffers much still locked.

    Although generally not considered suitable to live in apartments, the Treeing Walker Coonhound, It can accommodate home life, where are them many opportunities to exercise outdoors.

    In general, they are very obedient (If they are well trained) pero en el momento en el que se les cruza un olor atractivo… es como un Beagle or Basset Hound, they do not already recognize borders. It is essential to a dog of this breed, have serious training to include part of it in an open area, without cars or other potential dangers. This strong instinct of monitoring, is that has made them popular as hunting dogs, We must not forget its nature.

    They can be very skilled to capture small rodents such as squirrels, roof rats, zarigüeyas y mofetas. As well, of course, como principal característica de los Coonhound, in general, He is known for its ability to draw prey hiding in a tree like raccoons, Wildcats, pumas y osos…

    Usually, they are easy to train, excellent and healthy pets if they are well ejercitados. Education must be constant, because the Treeing Walker Coonhound they are extremely intelligent and will make the most of gaps in the training regimen. In various prove who made scholars of race, tested surprised how these dogs have been able to use objects as levers or tools and, in other cases they have changed the environment to perform a task (for example, move a piece of furniture to ride roughshod over a door).

    They are very intelligent and independent, If they get bored or even for pure entertainment will try to steal items from the home that they are attractive, y los esconderán en algún lugar, It will be normal to find treasures hidden for any corner of the House.

    Es un perro de compañía espléndido para un propietario dispuesto a darle un ejercicio apropiado. Debido a que esta raza requiere de ejercicio intenso que esté a la altura de su nivel de energía, the Treeing Walker Coonhound they can't settle for simple walks in the neighborhood, need to run freely.

    La mayoría de los perros Walker are able to jump the fences of 1,8 m, so a security system suitable to our yard will be necessary.

    The Treeing Walker Coonhound, It is very sweet and loves to be with children, pero debido a su energía inagotable a veces, pueden ser un poco brutos…, because a proper education is needed, to learn to control your body. It is a balanced dog is good with other dogs that can live in the House.

    Once attached to the home, it will be very difficult to get our beautiful Treeing Walker Coonhound, out of our beds, the sofa or beside the fireplace. Les encanta dormir después de un largo día, and they are the best companions to watch television.

    Tyrolean hound
    Austria FCI 68 - Medium-sized Hounds

    Braco Tirolés

    The Tyrolean Hound it un perro con un carácter muy equilibrado, ideal for hunting in the forest.

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    History

    The Tyrolean hound or Tyrol hound descends from the Celtic hound and with their resistant double coat represents the purest type of dog hounds. It is known that already in the year 1500, the Emperor Maximilian I He used these Hounds in the Tyrol region for hunting hares, foxes and injured animals tracing. En sus libros de cacería mencionó que extrajó de éstos a sus perros guías.

    About 1860 they started in Tyrol raising pure breeds individually. In 1896 It set a standard that was officially recognized in 1908. The variety of species of hounds from the Tyrol natural, only remained those of red and black color with fire. The Hound of the Tyrol: small size is taken from the standard of 1994.

    In the past, There was also a small size that was removed from the standard Tyrol sniffer in 1994.

    Physical characteristics

    The Tyrolean hound is a breed of hunting dog hound type of medium size and wide erect ears originating from the Austrian Tyrol.

    This dog medium-sized and broad flat ears at the top of the head, has a thick, double coat and well covered legs.

    There are two main colors of hair: Red or black and Tan, all of them can have white spots.

    The height to the cross in the exemplary males is of 44 a 50 cm.; in the females of 42 a 48 cm. and weigh in 15 a 22 Kg. There is also, a smaller variety that has a height of 30 a 39 cm..

    Character and skills

    It is a perro de cacería, ideal for hunting in the forest and the mountain, strong character, passionate, with fine sense of smell, independent hunting and persistent searches; It has a good bark in the hunt, a pronounced to track will and has a good sense of orientation.

    It´s known for its strength en un terreno difícil y por no temer a la intemperie.

    In addition to the skills for hunting, The Hound of the Tyrol is an agile mind, Smart and good character. It is at the same time cheerful and independent, very attached to his master and his family.

    Like all dogs hunting, This hound's obstinate nature. Your education requires some patience, but with perseverance its owner will get good results.

    It's a dog that need to exercise. For this reason, life in the city or artamentos did not do for him.

    Tyrolean Hound images

    Vídeos Braco Tirolés

    Type and recognitions:

    • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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    Federations:

    – FCI

    FCI breed standard "Tyrolean hound"

    FCIFCI - Tyrolean hound
    Bracco

    Alternative names:

      1. Tiroler Bracke, Tyroler Bracke (English).
      2. Brachet autrichien, Chien courant du Tyrol (French).
      3. Tiroler Bracke (German).
      4. Braco tirolês (Portuguese).
      5. Sabueso del Tirol (español).

    Sausage dog
    Germany FCI 148 - Dachshund

    Dachshund

    The Sausage dog (“badger dog” in German), also called Dachshund, Dackel or Dog sausage, It is a breed of dog in German.

    Su peculiar fisonomía se debe a una mutación genética conocida como bassetismo, that is provided with copies of a few very short limbs relative to the size of the body.

    There are engravings of old Egypt where are short-legged dogs. However, race as we know it comes from the selection of hounds affected Germans from bassetismo, very suitable for rabbit-hunting, liebre, Badger and other prey into Burrows. Is believed to be the oldest variety of short hair; varieties of hard and long hair then arose through the crossing with the Griffon and Epagneul races, respectively.

    Sausage dog

    • Read all about the race, by clicking on: Dachshund.

    Do khyi
    Tíbet FCI 230 - Molossoid . Mountain

    The Do khyi It is not a dog to live with children.

    Dogo del Tíbet

    It is a breed native to Tibet, It appeared to the year 8000 a. C. Ancient working breed of nomadic herders of the Himalaya and a traditional guardian of the Tibetan monasteries. It has been surrounded by great mysticism since it was discovered in ancient times..

    It is a companion dog, Guard and protection; slow to mature, females only reach their apogee between 2 and 3 years and males at least the 4 years.

    Otros nombres: Dogo del Tíbet / Do-Khy / Dogue du Tibet / Tibet-Dogge / Tibetan Mastiff

    Crupo 2 / Section 2 – molosoides

    Dogs breeds: Do khyi