Porcelain
Francia FCI 30

Porcelana

The Porcelain It is a dog living in the family, is extremely friendly and affectionate.

History

The Porcelain (Porcelaine) It is a breed of dog of French origin, possibly the most ancient race of Hounds in the country.

His original name is Chien de Franche-Comté, dog of the Franche-Comté, French region bordering Switzerland, which led to a debate on its origin, Although it has been decided his Gallic origin.

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Bosnian Coarse-Haired Hound
Bosnian Hound Bosnia & Herzegovina FCI 155

Bosnian Coarse-Haired Hound

The Bosnian Coarse-Haired Hound It is used for hunting Hound


The Bosnian Coarse-Haired Hound (Bosanski Oštrodlaki Gonič), also called Barak or Bosnian Hound, It is a dog developed in Bosnia. Bosnian Hound is a breed of hound used for hunting and its original name, Bosanski Oštrodlaki Gonič's…

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  • Alternative names: Bosnian Broken-haired Hound / Bosnian Rough-haired Hound / Bosnian Hound / Illyrian Hound / Barak / Sabueso de Bosnia de pelo duro / Bosanski ostrodlaki gonic / Chien courant de Bornie à poil dur / Bosnischer rauthaariger laufhund / Bosnian coarse-haired hound
  • Group 6 / Section 1.2 – Medium-sized hounds

Dogs breeds: Bosnian Coarse-Haired Hound


Sabueso Austríaco Negro y Fuego
Austria FCI 63

Sabueso Austríaco Negro y Fuego

The Sabueso Austríaco Negro y Fuego, is extremely sensitive and friendly.

The Sabueso Austríaco Negro y Fuego (Österreichische Glatthaarige Bracke o Austrian Black and Tan Hound) It is a breed of dog originating in Austria.

It is believed that he is the true descendant of the original Celtic Hound, Although there is no known history of hound Austrian black and Tan until after mid-19th century.

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  • Otros nombres: Österreichische Glatthaarige / Bracke / Brandlbracke / Austrian Black and Tan Hound / Austrian Black and Tan Hound / Vieräugl / Brachet autrichien noir et feu.
  • Group 6 / Section 1.2 – Medium-sized hounds.

Dogs breeds: Sabueso Austríaco Negro y Fuego


Austrian Black and Tan Hound
Austria FCI 63

Austrian Black and Tan Hound

The Austrian Black and Tan Hound is very emotional. Perceived mood of its owner.

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History

The Austrian Black and Tan Hound (Österreichische Glatthaarige Bracke o Sabueso Austríaco Negro y Fuego) It is a breed of dog originating in Austria. It is believed that he is the true descendant of the original Celtic Hound, Although there is no known history of the Austrian Black and Tan Hound until after mid-19th century. This historic slump is due once the breeding was not regulated.

Austrian Black and Tan Hound, from its origins, It was used for monitoring or tracking of injured animals, commonly, in places of significant altitude.

Physical characteristics

Austrian Black and Tan Hound is a dog medium-sized and well solid structure. His head shows a wide skull and little pronounced occipital region with well marked stop.

It has glossy dark brown eyes that convey a lively look and alert. The ears are of high insertion and medium-sized, rounded, not very broad and hang onto the cheek. The tail is long and will fine tuning towards the tip, takes her fall but slightly curved.

The fur of the Austrian Black and Tan Hound is smooth, soft to the touch, dense, short (a few 2 26cm in length) and very bright.

The coloration of this breed It is very important since that is its touch of distinction, they should be black as a basis, with small and clearly defined, fire to light brands range from pale tawny to dark. Two tawny markings above the eyes must be present.

This breed has a hypersensitive smell.

The height to the Austrian Black and Tan Hound cross will of 48 56 cm. And his weight is around between the 19 and 20 Kg.

Thanks to its excellent ability to work, both high mountains and Plains land, Austrian Black and Tan Hound is prized as hound and a blood trail dog. Their fine sense of smell allows you to search safely (especially of hares).

Character and skills

Is alive, attentive, reserved with strangers but friendly and does not present any trait of shyness.

While it is used for hunting Hound (for tracking), It is an animal that adapts well to family life, But if we are committed to having an Austrian Black and Tan Hound, We must be able to give the animal enough to make you happy.

A few good walks in the field kept it happy, In addition to (as with all dogs) a good daily walk.

It is a very emotional dog that perceived especially mood of its owner.

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Vídeos Austrian Black and Tan Hound

Other names Austrian Black and Tan Hound

Österreichische Glatthaarige / Bracke / Brandlbracke / Sabueso austríaco Negro y Fuego / Austrian Black and Tan Hound / Vieräugl / Brachet autrichien noir et feu.

Grupo Austrian Black and Tan Hound

Group 6 / Section 1.2 – Medium-sized hounds.

Ariégeois
Sabueso del Ariège Francia FCI 20

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Ariegeois

The Ariégeois He is a smart dog that accepts well orders

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History

The Ariégeois is a dog of French origin, a native of the city of Ariège What, bordering Spain.

The Ariégeois was registered, obtaining the original valid standard, the twenty-fourth day of January of 1996 (Classification: Group 6 – Section 1.2).

Several theories are born from the intersection between a dog hound type of complexion much lighter in the country (We cannot say exactly what), a Old Pays Briquet and Great Gascony blue or a Gascon Saintongeois.

The truth is that crosses kept the typical physical characteristics of these last two dogs, but you can highlight a more docile nature, along with the size and lighter weight.

Physical characteristics

The Ariégeois, is a dog used for small game. Medium-size and light weight make it a wonder, either alone or in groups, they can grow and develop easily in difficult terrain, It is a dog that tolerate heat well.

His favorite is the hunting of the Hare, but it is also used - sometimes- for the hunting of deer or wild boar.

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Hound Serbian Tricolor
Serbia FCI 229

Sabueso Serbio Tricolor

The Hound Serbian Tricolor It is rare even in their country of origin and it is almost impossible to see outside.

History

The Hound Serbian Tricolor (Srpski Trobojni Gonič or Trobojac) It is a breed of hunting dog. His original name was Yugoslavian Tricolor Hound, changing its name in 1991 After the dissolution of Yugoslavia.

The race was exhibited for the first time in 1950, whereas in principle a variant of the Serbian Hound, but was recognized by the FCI as a separate breed in 1961.

The Serbian Tricolor Hound is a variety within the Group of hounds that has existed in the Balkans since a long time ago. For many years, the race was considered simply as one variety of other Hounds of Serbia, but in 1946 This was strongly rejected and was awarded the race condition independent of other hounds and adopted the specific standard.

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Hound Spanish
España FCI 204

Sabueso Español

The Hound Spanish is described in the “Book of the Montería” of King Alfonso XI (1312-1350).

History

The Hound Spanish It is a tracking dog breed originating in the northern end of the Iberian Peninsula, included in Group VI of the classification of the Federation Cynologique Internationale.

It has been being used in these regions for centuries for the hunting of all kinds of animal hair: wild boar, Hare, bear, Wolf, Deer, Fox, Roe deer and chamois. It's a race exclusively for work, dedicated to hunting with firearms.

"The first description of hounds peninsular appears in the"Alfonso XI Montería book”, King of Castile, written during the second half of the s. XIV, in his chapter 39 "speaks of"which doneness should be the hounds and the sabuesas”.

Subsequently various descriptions of Iberian hounds appear in successive treaties of hunting Spanish 15th, 16Th and 17TH: “Tratado of the Montería“,3 “Speech of the Monteria“4 u “Origin and dignity Caça“.

During these centuries the hounds Spanish (We say by having been born in Spain Spanish, not because those dogs were a faithful reflection of the current breed hound Spanish) were used in the hunt for the bear and wild boar in the hunting of Montería. Its use as a dog's blood was very widespread among los monteros dedicated to the art of the crossbows. Also from a very old has been used the hound Spanish in the hunt at traílla to arrange the bears encame, wild boars or wolves.

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Bosnian Hound
Bosnia FCI 155

Sabueso Bosnio

The Bosnian Hound, nicknamed Barak, It is a dog developed in Bosnia.

History

This breed was bred and developed by the Bey of Bosnia that, at the time was a famous and renowned writer for his contributions on European Cynological literature before the end of the 19th century.

The word 'Bey' or 'Beg' refers to a title of Turkish origin that was adopted by different types of rulers within the territory of the former Ottoman Empire. It was also the title of the Kings of Tunisia. To the same other titles of Turkish origin, postponed to the name.

The title of Bey also is Honorary in nature. In Ottoman era was sometimes used as a treatment similar to the English 'Sir'. After the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey, democratizes the use and passes to mean “Mr”, being susceptible to any person in a formal context.

The famous ancestor of the Bosnian Hound is the St. Hubert Hound (or Bloodhound), It was par excellence the hunting dog in the 7th century.

The dignity of Bey or territory subject to its authority is called Beylicato.

It is believed that the name Barak comes from the Turkish word 'Barak', the nominaban dogs of hard hair or thick hair.

Physical characteristics

Bosnian Hound is a breed of hound used for hunting and its original name, Bosanski Oštrodlaki Gonič's, It translates as rough or coarse hair, in reference to his mantle of wire-haired.

The most striking is his mantle of wire-haired, curly and messed up, yellowish, wheat, reddish or greyish, usually with a white patch on the head among other white markings.

The standard sets a body length a 10% greater than the height, being these proportions that will differ from other hunting dogs in the region of the former Yugoslavia, also a little “long legs”. Its height is of 46 to 55 cm and his weight between 16 and 24 kg. It normally has a tail curved upwards and populated a beard and a moustache you can see on her face.

[stextbox id=”info” float=”true” width =”340″]Bosnian hound was recognized by the Federation Cynologique Internationale in 1965 under the name of “Illyrian Hound“. The name was changed to more accurately describe their area of origin, Bosnia and features as the ' hard hair’ This is, Wire-haired Bosnian Hound.

The race is in the Group 6, hounds, Section 1.1 Hound type in large size dogs, and the number of races 155. Is also recognized by the United Kennel Club ((UNITED STATES)UU.) as “Barak“, in the hound group.

Race is not recognized by any major Kennel Club in the English-speaking world, Although many Canine Clubs of minor, internet sites, dog registration offices, They point as a rare and unique breed.

Bosnian Hound: Standard FCI

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD: 15/01/1973.

HEAD

As a whole: Profile view, the occipital Protuberance is well developed, the frontal region is slightly convex and the moderate stop. Straight nose cane. Snout in a rectangular shape, covered with abundant a moustache and beard. View from the top, the head is of medium width, narrowing towards the nose. The muzzle is slightly longer than the skull. The total length of the head is of approximately 20 to 25 cm..

CRANIAL REGION:

Skull: Very pronounced supraorbital arches. To the touch, front Groove feels moderately developed.
Depression links (Stop): It presents a moderate pitch.

FACIAL REGION:

  • Truffle: Long, with wide open Windows, pigmented dark brown or black.
  • Snout: Strong, long, deep, wider at its root, slimming to the truffle.
  • Lips: Stiff and a little thick.
  • JAWS / Teeth: Strong teeth; scissor bite, full dentition.
  • Eyes: Large, oval, Hazel, with a smart and playful expression.
  • Ears: Moderately high insertion, moderate and wide long. Pendulosas, slightly thick, being thin and rounded at the tip.

NECK:

  • Profile: The insertion in the head shows a sharp demarcation. The neck is oblique from the top down.
  • Form: Average width, increases its depth to the region of the chest. Muscular.
  • Skin: Adherent, flexible and covered with dense hair.

BODY:

  • Top line: It leans slightly towards the rump.
  • Cross: Moderately steep.
  • Back: Wide and muscular.
  • Lumbar region: Short and muscular.
  • Rump: Slightly inclined and wide (especially in females). The barely visible hip bones.
  • Breast : Long, average amplitude, slightly rounded ribs; its depth reaches at least up to elbows. Ample ribcage.
  • Belly and flanks: Slightly retracted belly.

TAIL: Properly inserted, thicker at its root, slimming to tip; it reaches up to the joint foot warm or slightly below. Held slightly curved upward in the form of scimitar. Well covered with hair.

LIMBS

PREVIOUS MEMBERS:

    As a whole: Viewed in profile and from the front, the forelimbs are vertical, straight and parallel.
    Shoulder: Long, oblique and muscular.
    Scapula-humeral angle: It must be 90 °.
    Arm: Long and muscular. Elbows set close to the body.
    Forearm: Vertical, straight, muscular and strong.
    Carpal joint: Just apparent.
    Metacarpus: Short, vertical or slightly inclined at an angle of 10 ° with the vertical line to.
    Front feet: Cat feet, well United fingers, hard pads, strong and well pigmented nail.

LATER MEMBERS:

  • As a whole: Seen from the rear and profile, the hind limbs are vertical and parallel.
  • Thigh: Moderate long, wide and muscular.
  • Leg: Strong, long, oblique and muscular.
  • Warm-foot joint: Strong and well positioned.
  • Metatarsus: Perpendicular to the ground, short and strong.
  • Rear feet: Same as previous, but a little longer.

MOVEMENT: Long and energetic steps.

SKIN: Moderate thickness, elastic, adherent, well pigmented and covered with dense hair.

FUR

HAIR: Long, hard, Ogres, disheveled with a dense internal NAP.

COLOR: The basic color can be yellow wheat, yellow red, Earth grey or blackish. White markings on the head are often found (Star, list), under the throat, down neck, above or below the chest, lower parts of the members or at the tip of the tail. Color can be combined with bi-color or tri-color.

SIZE AND WEIGHT:

  • Height to the cross: Of 46 to 56 cm., ideal height 52 cm., in the females a little less.
  • Weight: Of 16 to 24 kg, ideal weight 20 kg.

FAULTS: Any deviation from the above criteria is considered missing and the seriousness is considered the degree of deviation to the standard and its impact on the health and welfare of the dog.

SERIOUS FAULTS:

  • Insufficient proportions between parts.
  • Light bone structure.
  • Weak muscles.
  • Head long and heavy than in the standard.
  • Bitefork clamp.
  • Inadequate pigmentation of the edges of the eyelids and the belfos.
  • Folded or erect ears.
  • Chin only slightly pronounced.
  • Slightly sunken or arched back.
  • Too wide or narrow chest.
  • Irregularities of the extremities and the angles joints.
  • Hare feet.
  • Not enough United fingers, presence of spurs.

MISS PLAYOFFS:

  • Aggressive or fearful dog.
  • Disproportion between the different parts of the body and especially between the height and the length of the body.
  • Not typical head, excessively rough.
  • Depigmentation of the nose, the edges of the eyelids and the belfos.
  • Signs of degeneration of the dentition (lack of teeth), and JAWS.
  • Very clear eyes or gazeos.
  • Diverted or curled tail.
  • Hocks cow or barrel-shaped.
  • Too long hair, woolly, wavy or curly.
  • All colors other than those listed, But first and foremost chocolate and black.
  • Height at the withers or too little.
  • 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.

TRANSLATION: Federation Canófila Mexicana, BC.

Character and skills

Bosnian Hound is a brave dog, energetic and persistent. It has typical features of Hound, as his deep bark and, also, is an excellent guard dog.

One of his passions is to sleep in the open air.

Gets along well with children and other dogs.

Is very active and lively temperament, but in the home is a very affectionate dog, quiet and close to yours.

Comments

It is virtually unknown outside the territory of the former Yugoslavia.

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  • Alternative names: Bosnian Broken-haired Hound / Bosnian Rough-haired Hound / Bosnian Hound / Illyrian Hound / Barak / Sabueso de Bosnia de pelo duro / Bosanski Oštrodlaki Gonič / Chien courant de Bornie à poil dur / Bosnischer rauthaariger laufhund / Bosnian coarse-haired hound / Bosnian Hunter / Bosnian hound's hair bristle-tyrant.
  • Group 6 / Section 1.2 – Medium-sized hounds

Dogs breeds: Bosnian Hound


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