Český fousek
República Checa FCI 245

Cesky Fousek

The Český fousek (in Czech: Český Fousek) It is a dog of Czech origin, defined as a breed of versatile.

Cesky Fousek was used in the creation of the Slovak hair Áspero Pointer.

The authors who have written about race, they say that the Cesky Fousek is a very old dog, Despite the rules of the standard were written and officially settled for the first time, in the 19th century. The breed nearly became extinct in the Decade of 1920, and he was saved thanks to the development of breeding with dogs Stichelhaar.

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Cesky Terrier
República Checa FCI 246

Cesky Terrier

The Cesky Terrier (Cesky Terrier), It is a dog that originated in Czech Republic. One of the many types of Terrier. It is a lightweight hunting dog, under, well pigmented and easy to use with small hanging ears and with an easy to care for coat.

Cesky Terrier was created by the Czech, František Horák, in 1948, with a cross between a Sealyham Terrier and a Scottish Terrier, to create a Terrier suitable for hunting in the forests of Bohemia. Although it was not a trained scientist, Horák worked for many years as a research assistant at the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences and used skills acquired with their breeding dogs.

Cesky Terrier, He was recognized by the Federation Cynologique international in 1963 with the number 246 of the race, in the Group 3, Terrier.

The breed is now recognized by all the major Canine Clubs of the English speaking world. Cesky Terrier, It is one of the rarest dog breeds worldwide.

It has short legs and has oblong body, resembling the Sealyham Terrier and the Scottish Terrier. It has elongated head, thick beard, whiskers and eyebrows. The body is solid, but not heavy.

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