Alapaha Blue Blood
Estados Unidos

Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Despite its similarity, they should not be confused with the race American bulldog
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History Alapaha Blue Blood

Also known as Otto Bulldog. It is a breed of dog of American origin, considered rare due to the few existing copies. According to available information, They have been developed in the area Alapaha river in the southern region Georgia. They are renowned for their great sense of obedience, their agility and your protective character.

The race Alapaha blood Blue was developed by crossing Old English Bulldog white (known as, White English Bulldogs), a Catahoula Bulldog and a reduced number of copies of Colby Pit Bull Terrier. The origins of the breed remain unclear, and this has caused much confusion…

While at first glance it is a Bulldog type. It is a stronger dog and a well-developed musculature (outstanding feature of the race, compared to other varieties Bulldog).

Despite its similarity, not to be confused with American bulldog. This similarity resulted in actions pre-register many Alapaha Blue Blood They were included in the ancestry of American bulldog.

While Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Association It has declared that it was founded in 1979, the earliest evidence of the existence of this club record dates of 1989 in California. This discrepancy has triggered many discussions.

The race was in danger of extinction until a small group of Southern, in 1979, in an attempt to rescue the Bulldog de Old Tymey Plantation del Sur, He founded the ABBA (Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Association), giving the aforementioned name and dedicated to the preservation of this unique type of dog.

Claims made by the Mrs. Lana Lane, nurturer and follower of the race, they dealt with the existence of records. However, there is little evidence to support your claim because family lines described in the World Atlas of Dog Breeds as the founders of the breed.

The current records of this breed They include the following organisms:

The HERE (American Canine Association) which he recorded the first champion Entitled Alapaha. ABBA (Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Association), CCR (National Kennel Club), (ABBBR) Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog registry, CKC (Continental Kennel Club), WWKC (World Wide Kennel Club), UWABC (Kingdom of work Alapaha Bulldog Club & Registration), UCA (United Canine Association), and IOEBA (International Olde English Bulldogge Association), among them there is great variation in the type and standard.

Physical characteristics

Descriptions of its size vary according to the Agency, but trying to reach an average consensus situaríamos males in weight ranging from 32 to 41 kg, and height the cross of 51 to 63 cm.. Females - slightly smaller, they weigh in 25 to 34 kg and measure of 45.7 to 55.9 cm in height to the cross.

The lores and tail They are left natural, without any cut.

The colors of the Alapaha Blue Blood They are varied, preferably, You must have at least the 50% white body with spots. They can be, predominantly, solid color with white, or dry white. Patches or markings are generally color merle, striped, blue, black, chocolate, red, Beige, or tricolor. Currently the most common are the tricolor mantle (both white, Merle, red, as well as beige, Merle, chocolate).

The eye color can vary from Brown to blue, and they usually see with one eye of each color copies or a finger eye colors.

Its pelage is short, hard and bright by nature, which is why, care requirements are minimal mantle.

Character and skills

The Alapaha Blue Blood It described as a dog easy to train, obedient and responsible, with impressive capabilities as guardian Family and property. They have a strong instinct for protection and it's love at home.

Puppy must be socialized and trained using humane methods, Since that cruelty could stimulate the aggressiveness of the animal. Intelligent and quick learning, with assertive methods.

The Bulldog Alapaha bloodand blue is very energetic and athletic. Even so, They can be adapted perfectly to life in an apartment if sufficiently exercised and daily. While within the home displays inactive, quiet, It will be more happy with - at least- a medium size yard.

They were formerly used to work with livestock, especially in the capture of errant pigs. For that reason your muscles are long and powerful, This physical feature reminds us that so the dog can have optimal health you need to be exercised on a regular basis. They often enjoy long walks, run and play.

Life expectancy Alapaha Blue Blood lies of 12 to 15 years.

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Dogs breeds: Alapaha Blue Blood

Type and recognitions:

  • Race is not recognized by the FCI

Alternative names:

    1. Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog, Otto Bulldog (English).

    2. Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (French).

    3. Buldogue Alapaha de sangue azul, Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (Portuguese).

    4. Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (German).

    5. Bulldog Alapaha de sangre azul, Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (Spanish).

Blue Lacy
Estados Unidos

Blue Lacy

The Blue Lacy, they are strong and fast, Lightweight and proportional structure

Blue Lacy history

Blue Lacy It is a breed of working dog that originated in Texas (United States) in the mid-19th century, and it is the only breed of dog which originated in the State of Texas.

The breed was recognized for the first time in the year 2001 by the Texas Senate, According to the resolution N ° 436 of the 77 ° Legislature, in which honoured the breed to be recognized as “a true breed of Texas”. In June of 2005, Governor Rick Perry signed the legislation that adopts the dog Blue Lacy as “Official dog of the State of Texas“. Until then, the mascot representing Texas was a female of breed Collie, always named with the name Diana, to approve the Blue Lacy as official dog of Texas, the queen was a representative Collie call ... Diana VII.

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Boykin Spaniel
USA

Boykin Spaniel

The Boykin Spaniel It is easy to train and has always wanted to work
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History

The Boykin Spaniel (Caniche de Pantano or Little Brown Dog) It is a breed of dog of medium size, was raised as a dog of water with for hunting wild turkeys in the Wateree River swamp of South Carolina, United States. It is the official dog of the State of South Carolina.

The Boykin Spaniel descends from hunting dogs bred in the century 20 in South Carolina, EE.UU. The dogs had to be sufficiently small for mounting on small boats used by hunters in the swamps, was that, L. Whitaker Boykin (1861-1932) experimented with different crosses races, and the dog resulting was the Boykin Spaniel, It is named.

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Briard
Berger Briard - Francia FCI 113

Briard

The Briard It is an excellent race to raise with children of all ages.

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History

The Briard or Berger Briard is a breed dog, one of the many existing breeds of dogs pastors. Its origin is French. The history of the Briard has already some centuries… Charlemagne, Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson and Lafayette, they all had a dog of this breed.

Some theories say that, the Briard is descended from Asian dogs brought to the region by the barbaric invasions that attacked Europe during the middle ages.

This former guardian of sheep and shepherd has also been used, also, by the French Navy as Sentinel, Messenger and the search for injured soldiers because of their fine sense of hearing. They were used in the first world war in an indiscriminate way to bring them to extinction. This breed is still used as guardian and Shepherd of herds, as well as pet.

Became popular only after the “Paris Dog Show” of 1863, in large part due to an improvement in the appearance of animal achieved by crossing with the Beauceron and the Barbet.

It is believed that they take their name from the French province of Brie, Although the animal not probably comes from this town. Currently, the population of shepherds of Brie is slowly recovering. It is believed that this breed is related to the Berger Picard.

Physical characteristics

The Briard, is a dog from medium-sized, robust but flexible, to coat hard and resistant to the weather inclement. It has a double spur on each rear leg that, They seem to extra toes, giving the appearance of a wider rear leg. Extra toes on each back foot give the Briard the ability to turn on one foot with fastest laps, they are necessary when performing tasks of grazing and protection of their flocks.

Throughout history, the Briard has maintained a balance between size and lightness that requires both for grazing and as for protection of their flocks. They are not too big, but they are large enough to defend themselves from predators such as Fox and the Wolf.

The fur of the Briard can be of several solid colors or colors with darker ears. Allowed all colors except black. They prefer dark colors.

The height at the cross in the males is of 58 to 68.5 cm and the females of 56 to 64 cm.. The weight is around the 34 Kg.

The cutting of ears has been a common practice for a long time, but is no longer updated which - fortunately- It is something illegal in many countries in Europe, including France.

Standard FCI

HEAD : Strong, long, cover of hair forming beard, whiskers and eyebrows slightly covering eyes. View profile lines of the skull and muzzle are parallel.

CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Strong, slightly rounded seen profile
Stop: Pronounced, located at equal distance from the occipital Crest and the truffle tip.

FACIAL REGION :
Truffle : Strong. Well open nasal Windows. The nose is always black except in blue dogs that have a blue or bluish-truffle.
Snout : The end of the snout is rather square. Strong nose, wide enough, never pointed.
Nose cane : Straight
Lips : Tight lips.
JAWS / Teeth : Strong JAWS, white teeth. Scissor bite.
Eyes : Oval. Horizontal, wide open, rather large and dark. Blue dogs are allowed lighter colored eyes.
Ears : High insertion without being glued to the head and rather short in the wild. The length of the natural ear cartilage should be equal or slightly less than half the length of the head. The ears are always flat and covered with long hair. If you are cut, in countries where this practice is permitted, your port must be erect, never divergent or convergent.

NECK : Muscular and detachment of the shoulders.

BODY :
Top line : The back is straight. The loin is short and firm.
Rump : Little inclined, slightly rounded shape.
Breast : Wide and long deep and well descended to elbows. Well arched ribs.

TAIL : Natural, low postage, You must reach at least the articulation of the Hock, without deviations, forming a slight hook "J" shaped. Moving the queue should be performed as an extension of the upper line.

MEMBER: Good muscular with strong and straight bones.

FORELIMBS
Shoulder : Oblique, well angled, moderately long, well glued to the rib cage.
Elbows : In line with the body.
Forearm : Straight and muscular.
Metacarpus : Slightly inclined seen profile.
Feet : Strong, round and well in line with the body. The nails are always black (except in blue) and thick pads. Fingers closed and arched.

HIND LIMBS
Thigh : Muscled.
The Hock joint : Not too low and well angled.
Metatarsus : Perfectly vertical seen from behind.
Feet: Strong, round. The nails are always black (except in blue) and thick pads. Tightly closed toes.
Spurs: By tradition, the shepherds want to keep the double spur. The Spurs are fingers, well separated and nails, relatively close to the foot.

MOVEMENT : Regular, Agile, harmonious to allow the dog to cover the surface and can work with a minimum of effort and fatigue. The Briard must have a long trot with good range and good push from the back.

MANTLE

HAIR : The goat hair texture, dry, soft, long with a light Undercoat.

COLOR : Black, Griffon, Fawn with a black layer (mild to medium), many times with mask gray or blue.
A warm tawny mantle may show a lighter color on the tips and inclined body areas (Fawn marked with color sand). Black mantles, grey and blue may also show more clearly defined areas. All colors may show different degrees of grey.

SIZE :
Males : 62 cm. – 68 cm to the cross.
Females : 56 cm. – 64 cm to the cross.

FAULTS: Any deviation from the above criteria is considered missing and the seriousness is considered to the extent of the deviation to the standard and their effect on the health and welfare of the dog.

SEVERE FAULTS :
• Severe defects of limbs.
• In general hair color too light.
• Mantle: Insufficient length (less than 7 cm.) soft or woolly hair.

MISS PLAYOFFS :
• Aggressive or fearful dog.
• Non-existent stop.
• Any other color that is not blue or black truffle, presence of pink (Depigmented areas).
• Prognathism or enognatismo with loss of contact of the incisors, absence of 2 PM4 lower or absence of 3 teeth or more any that are. (Except for PM1)
• Too clear eyes (yellow), huraños.
• Ears bent inward, low insertion, below the level of the eyes, short hair covers, naturally erect.
• Tail curled up or vertical postage.
• Simple spur or total absence of spurs in the hind.
• White, Brown or mahogany, mantle of two different colors, stain white, white hairs at the ends of the members, Fawn blanket.
• Size beyond the limit specified in the standard with a tolerance of + 2 cm or - 1 cm..
• Fraudulent modification of the dog or evidence of such practices through the use of substances or surgeries.

Any dog showing clear physical abnormalities or behavioral signs shall be disqualified.

N.B. : Los machos deben tener dos apariencia testiculos normal completamente descendidos en el escroto.

TRADUCCIÓN : Federation Cynologique Argentina.
Technical review : Miguel Angel Martinez (Federation Cynologique Argentina).

Character and skills

The Briard has very good memory. Once he learns a lesson, is something good or bad, knowledge shall retain it for a long time. It may sometimes seem very stubborn, or what its owner, but these are some of the features of the Briard, Let us not forget that they were bred for centuries to think for themselves and act on their conclusions, sometimes to the point of thinking what the “herd” going to do ahead of time. It is a dog very independent, in this regard.

These are some of the traits that the Briard has retained throughout history. Even, a Briard living the city, preserves within himself a great grazing capacity. If you ever, During his lifetime, He has a herd sheep, automatically, will begin to do your homework, to perform the functions for which they were raised, grazing.

No Wow if at some point that strolls in family, the Briard is nibbling the ankles or guiding head to a member of the family that are a bit away, because the dog that group of human beings will be his flock and will guide his master and the other members of group.

The Briard is a dog very loyal and protective, often described as "a heart of gold wrapped in furs". Once you have joined the members of his family, It will be very protective and very reserved with strangers, that is why it is important to bear in mind that any Member who is a family, as an infant for example, You will need a friendly adaptation, the Briard, a sample of which the new intrusion is friendly and free of conflicts. Should be taught that it is a good thing and is not harmful. It is a race excellent to raise with children of all ages.

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  • Otros nombres: Berger de Brie / Berger Briard / Pastor de Brie.
  • Group 1 / Section 1 – Shepherd dogs.

Dogs breeds: Briard


Bruno Jura
Suiza

Bruno del Jura

The Bruno Jura It is very distant with strangers and needs firm handling if kept as pets.
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History

In the year of 1882 set a standard for each of the five existing varieties of the Swiss Hound. In 1909 reviewed these standards confirming the total disappearance of the Thurgau Hound.
The 22 in January of 1933 established a uniform standard for the 4 varieties of the Swiss Hound. The original range of the Jura hound type St. Hubert has now disappeared.

The Bruno Jura It is a domestic dog developed in the middle ages for hunting in the Jura mountains, on the border between Switzerland and France.

Already at the time of the Romans was known to these Hounds in Switzerland.

The Bruno Jura is known for his tracking skills and like other hounds has the ability to follow a scent to kilometres through the rocky terrain of the border mountains between France and Switzerland. It is mainly used for the hunting of the Hare.

It is one of the four varieties of the Swiss Hound: Bern Hound, Jura Hound, Hound of Lucerne and Schwyz hound or Swiss.

The majority of clubs and canine organizations treat these races as a single race with multiple varieties.

Physical characteristics

These dogs have a large skull, so their heads seem to be much larger than its small robust bodies. Their ears are flexible and hang down around their muzzle and eyes, giving it a warm and friendly appearance. Your body has some wrinkles around the chest and neck area. Their bodies are elongated and thin and long tail. They are usually a color dark bronze or a reddish Fawn.

Its size is similar to the Schweizer Laufhund, but it differs in the width of your head, being associated with the St. Hubert Hound.

Their life expectancy is of 12 to 13 years, and can weigh between 15 and 20 kg, with a height of 43 to 58 cm. up the cross.

Character and skills

These dogs can be known as little adventurers. They like to explore new and interesting terrain in which have never been before. Are, final ideal for anyone that loves to go on walks and exercise, Since in that environment be shown fully happy. As good Hound, anything, even if it is in its territory.

Used primarily for hunting wild boar and Hare.

They are very protectors and they lash out against anyone trying to do harm to their owners. They are very distant with strangers and need firm handling if kept as pets.

Well trained is a loving, friendly dog with children.

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  • Alternative names: Bern Hound, Bruno Jura Laufhund, Bruno Hound, Bruno Laufhund

Dogs breeds: Bruno Jura


Border Terrier
Gran Bretaña FCI 10

Border Terrier

The Border Terrier they are intelligent, loving, quite independent and.
History

Border Terrier It is a breed of dog of the Terrier that group, It takes its name from its place of origin, the Scottish borders. Shares ancestors with the Dandie Dinmont Terrier and Bedlington Terrier.

Originally bred as a Hunter of foxes and small varmints, they were used to hunt otters and Badgers, also.
Although the breed is very old, the Border Terrier was officially recognized by the Kennel Club of Great Britain in 1920, and by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1930.

In 2006, the Border Terrier ranked 81, number of records by the AKC and the post 10 in United Kingdom (in the 2088, ranked number 8).

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Tyrolean hound
Tyrolean Braco - Austria FCI 68

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. In his hunting books mentioned to their dogs extrajo guides.

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

Esándar FCI del tirolés Braco

HEAD

CRANIAL REGION :

  • Skull : Width, Delgado, slightly convex.
  • Depression links (Stop) : Marked.

FACIAL REGION :

  • Truffle : Black, not placed perpendicular.
  • Snout : Moderately deep, straight.
  • Lips : Thin and very adherent.
  • JAWS/teeth : Strong and complete scissor bite. You want a complete denture with 42 Dental parts; the lack of total two PM1 or PM2 (premolars 1 or 2) is tolerated; the M3 (molars 3) they are not taken into account.
  • Eyes : Large eyeballs, not deep, round eyelid slit. Dark brown IRIS. Pigmented nictitating membrane, eyelids well adhering to the eyeball.
  • Ears : Wide, high insertion, rounded in its bottom edge; moderately stretched, They must reach the region of the upper Fang.

NECK :

  • Moderately arched, Neither high nor low, Delgado, without presenting Chin.

BODY :

    The trunk is long.

  • Cross : It is marked and is the highest point of the upper line.
  • Back : Straight, strong and moderately wide.Well rounded sill.
  • Rump : Slightly fall, not tilted, wide and long.
  • Chest : Very deep, moderately wide.
  • Sill : Rounded.
  • Belly : A little retracted. Moderately deep.

TAIL :

  • High insertion, long; it reaches at least up to the protrusion of the Hock; It takes her up when the dog is at attention ; is allowed to carry it in the form of Sabre; the tail is desirable with dense brush hair.

LIMBS

FRONT MEMBER :

    Straight.

  • Shoulder : Placement at an angle, equipped with good musculature.
  • Arm : Good angulation.

LATER MEMBERS :

  • Joints in the hind limbs are good angles.

Thighs :

  • Wide and muscular.

FEET :

  • Strong, with toes arched and close together.
  • Hard pads.

MOVEMENT :

  • It covers the ground, It is very fast and persistent.

FUR

HAIR :

  • Double (Stockhaar), dense with internal NAP, rather rough to soft. Belly with hair, thighs with “pants”. Tail covered with dense brush hair.

COLOR :

    Red or black and Tan (It also accepts tricolor).

  • Red variety : Red, cervuno or red yellow red. Is not desirable yellow color too clear.
  • Black and Tan variety : Layer black or saddle branded fire red or fire not clearly defined in the extremities, chest, belly and head. Allow marks on eyes fire (four eyes).
  • White markings : (Are allowed in both varieties of color). Bordering on the neck (collar), stain on front and lower chest, in the limbs and feet. The absence of white markings is not regarded as lack.

SIZE :

  • Height to the cross : 42 – 50 cm.
  • Males : 44 – 50 cm.,
  • females: 42 – 48 cm..

FAULTS :

  • Any deviation from the above criteria is considered missing and the seriousness is considered to the extent of the deviation to the standard.
  • Too agalgado; too high or too low.
  • Rough skull.
  • Hanging lips.
  • Eyes gazeos.
  • Too short, long or bent.
  • Back too long or too weak.
  • Shyness.

MISS PLAYOFFS :

  • Truffle Brown.
  • Upper or lower prognathism.
  • Lack of more than two premolars 1 or 2 ( PM1 to PM2).
  • Very pronounced white spots.
  • Color coat liver.
Character and skills

It is a hunting dog, 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 in a difficult terrain and not to fear the weather.

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
  • Alternative names: Tiroler bracke, Brachet tyrolien, Tirolean hound
  • Group 6 / Section 1.2 – Medium-sized hounds

Dogs breeds: Tyrolean Braco or Tyrol Hound


Italian Braco
Italian pointer Italia FCI 202

Braco Italiano

The Italian Braco is a friendly dog, energetic and playful to which loves to play.
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History

The Italian Braco (Bracco or Italian pointer) It is a breed of dog native of North Italy. There were two varieties, an of the Piedmont and another of Lombardy. Today, the race is one only, and the official standard was published in 1949 for the S.A.B.I. (Società Amatori Bracco Italiano) in Lodi, Lombardy.

As historical information is important to remember the work done by the leading breeder and international judge of dogs, Knight and Commander Paolo Ciceri, who before World War II (and subsequently to it) He made a thorough job with the race to maintain the standard of this. Paolo Ciceri, He was President and one of the founders of S.A.B.I and considered the father of the Italian Braco. Many books were written by this man and until his death, His kennel dogs, “Dei Ronchi”, they were considered the standard of the breed. Some of them were even introduced to America by his son Giancarlo Ciceri.

Braco Italian originated in Italy, and there are writings on race dating back to the 4th centuries and V before Christ. It is believed that it is a cross between an Italian hound and an Asian Mastiff. Others claim that the breed can be traced back to the St. Hubert dog.

There were two variants of the race. The first originated in Piedmont, and for that reason known as the Piedmont Braco. The other originated in Lombardy, and it was known as the Braco in Lombardy:

  • The Braco of Piedmont was lighter in body, probably due to the mountainous terrain there, the color of the coat is smooth.
  • The Braco in Lombardy was dark and thicker body. He settled well in the middle ages. The Braco flourished during the Renaissance and was raised by the Medici and Gonzaga families.

They were dogs sought after by the aristocracy, and were used to hunt birds. Late 19th century and early 20th century the breed nearly became extinct. Lately, has done everything possible to keep the race, above all by the combined efforts of Italian Ferdinando Delor, Ferrabouc breeder, and the work developed by Paolo Ciceri during the first and second world war.

Today, It is a rare dog in his native country and is virtually unknown in other countries.

Physical characteristics

Braco Italian should be athletic and powerful in its appearance, more like a cross between a German Shorthaired Pointer and a hound, but in matters, differs much from the race mentioned.

It has hanging upper lips and long ears that create a serious expression. His body should be “almost square”, which means that its height to the cross should be almost the same as the length of his body. However, It should not be actually square as this would lose much of its powerful grace. The tail can be can be cut, Although this is controversial in Italy.

The fur is short, dense and glossy. The texture must be pretty hard, Although somewhat softer in the head, the neck, the ears, legs and feet. Moulting occurs twice a year, and brushing helps in the Elimination of dead hairs layer.
The fur consists of the different combination of three colors: white, Orange and Brown, years. At that time, You can find copies of the following keys: White and orange, Orange and Brown, Brown with patches of another colour (white or orange) in the face, the ears, the base of tail and body. The black color is not supported.

The weight of the Italian Braco is of 25 to 40 kg. The height at the cross in the males is of 58 to 67 cm. and in the females of 55 to 62 cm..

Character and skills

It is a dog friendly, energetic and playful. She loves other dogs, loves to play, is an active race, is necessary to carry out physical exercise, to feel happy and have a balanced mind. They get along well with children.

The training of a Bracco requires patience and a quiet nature, next to the coach.

Other British breeds of show are more likely to search for the presence of prey with high speed, However the Bracco Italiano is slower, but on the other hand it can be used on any type of terrain, both mountainous and plain. It is very smart with a surprising ability to learn.

It can be an excellent pet, because of its docile nature.

Images Italian Braco
  • Alternative names: Bracco italiano, Braque italien, Italienischer vorstehhund, Italian pointing dog
  • Group 7 / Section 1.1 – Continental show dogs, tipo braco

Dogs breeds: Italian Braco


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