Canaan Dog
Israel FCI 273 - Primitive type

Canaan Dog

Suspicious of strangers and very affectionate towards members of his clan

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History

The Canaan Dog belong to the group of “pariah dog”, found throughout the Afro-Asian region. They live near human settlements, tolerated by humans, but they are not encouraged or fed. Para los pueblos primitivos son útiles como destructor de todos los residuos orgánicos. Even today, the Canaan Dog they live in herds in the desert. If Bedouins need a guard dog for their camp or a herding dog for their sheep, buscan una hembra salvaje que cría a sus cachorros en una cueva, they throw a piece of bread at him every now and then until they have chosen the strongest male cub that will guard their camp in the future.

Cynologically, the “pariah dog” belong to the Spitz family, the oldest family of dogs in the world. Pinturas rupestres de miles de años de antigüedad muestran a estos perros como ayudantes de caza. With the time, the original type of Spitz adapted to the situation of its environment. The Canaan Dog is the most developed form of the type Spitz en Israel hoy en día. The perros de Canaan aún poseen fuertes instintos de supervivencia, what makes them smart, independent and also very cautious dogs.

The Canaan breed has been domesticated by outcast wild dogs, namely, by Rudolphina Menzel, a canine behaviorist and cynologist who emigrated from Vienna to Palestine in the 1930. He took some of them home and was amazed at how easily they were tamed and trained. They were lively and loving. The teacher Menzel I call them perros de Canaán en honor a la tierra bíblica de Canaán e hizo campaña para que fueran reconocidos como una raza.

Características físicas Canaan dog

The height at the withers of these square animals, strong and medium in size is about 50 a 60 cm., while males are usually much larger than females. In general, las características del sexo entre los perros hembra y macho son muy pronunciadas. For example, the rather broad skull of the Canaan Dog, that narrows at a point towards the front, is clearly visible, especially in males. The head is always well proportioned. Standing ears, slightly laterally arranged, triangular and wide, así como sus ojos almendrados y oscuros, give you a very alert and intelligent expression. In fact, nothing escapes the watchman Canaan Dog, even when asleep.

HAIR:
Thick layer, rough and straight, short to medium length. The inner layer is very close and abundant.

COLOR:
Sandy to reddish brown, white, black or mottled, with or without mask. If there is a mask, must be symmetrical. A black mask and white markings are allowed for all colors. A pattern such as the Boston Terrier. Gray colors are not allowed, striped, black and tan or tricolor. Los colores característicos del desierto – sandy, dorado, Red and cream – son particularmente típicos de la raza.

Character and skills Canaan Dog

The Canaan Dog is lively, sensitive, distrustful of strangers, defensive, but not aggressive by nature. Watcher not only of humans, but also other animals. He is faithful and devoted to his family. The relationship with its owner means for him a partnership, both sides taking and giving. The Canaan Dog you don't have to follow your owner everywhere and submissively read every wish in his eyes. There are times when he shows his love and wants to be caressed. Pero otras veces se ocupa de sus propios asuntos y sólo se pertenece a sí mismo. If one responds to his character, a deep understanding develops between man and animal, lo cual es aún más atractivo, since one must acquire their trust and affection. Este vínculo especial hace difícil colocar a los Canaan Dog adults in new settings.

Protects their owner's children and shows a lot of tolerance towards the little ones. However, parents should ensure the dog has a chance to withdraw.

The Canaan Dog they are good watchdogs, but they are not attackers by nature. Only when a Canaan Dog you have the impression that he or his family is seriously threatened, will attack. The Canaan Dog barks as a warning, gives a dangerous appearance, and that is usually enough.

The Canaan Dog can react aggressively to other dogs who dare to pass by his property. Aggression between dogs of the same sex is not uncommon among Canaanites. Each Canaan is different. You have to watch it closely to know what collisions – with other dogs on walks – it is better to avoid.

Canaan Dog education

One Canaan Dog nunca haría nada que pudiera dañarse a sí mismo. Ni tampoco cumpliría las órdenes de su dueño sin antes cuestionar su significado. You can't demand obedience from this dog. However, once you have gained confidence in your human and recognize him as “leader of the pack”, is very cooperative and obedient. Loyalty to his master and his quick understanding make him, despite its independence, an easy-to-handle dog, who can learn the necessary basic obedience without restrictions. However, during training its primitive nature must be taken into account, so it certainly takes some compromises and tricks to convince the Canaan Dog that obedience is worth it. For inexperienced beginners, esta raza segura de sí mismo no es adecuada.

¿Dónde puedo conseguir Canaan dog?

Today, not only in his homeland Israel, but also in the US. y en varios países europeos, like germany, Finland, England, Italy or Switzerland, hay criadores que se han dedicado a esta raza especial y todavía muy rara. The addresses of the breeders can be found in the national kennel clubs or, of course, on the Internet. If you are considering buying a Canaan, enough time should be taken to consider your purchase decision thoroughly. This is true of all dogs, but especially for him Canaan Dog, because this original and independent four-legged friend is no ordinary family dog.

Canaan Dog care

The rough coat naturally repels dirt and only needs to be brushed once or twice a week. Only in the phase of the biannual coat change should it come into contact with a brush or comb daily to remove dead hairs from the dense undercoat and reduce the tuft of carpet hairs, the sofa or the blanket.

Canaan Dog nutrition

While the Canaan, as “pariah dog” on freedom, forages for its own food and feeds on whatever organic waste humans leave behind, as a domestic dog it depends on the support of its owner. ¿Pero qué le das a un perro salvaje tan original? In general: Los perros son carnívoros por naturaleza, no matter if they are Sheepdogs, Sausage dog or even Canaan. This means that the food must be largely meat. (around the 70 per cent). La carne es la fuente de proteínas más importante para el perro. Its entire masticatory and digestive system is oriented to the processing of meat: the strong teeth, los fuertes músculos masticadores, the relatively short intestinal tract and digestive juices that are quite aggressive in contrast to humans.

Canaan Dog health

The race Canaan Dog es muy saludable no tiene enfermedades típicas y se considera muy limpia.

Characteristics "Canaan Dog"

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Photos:

1 – Canaan dog by Giora Sluzky, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
2 – Canaan dog by Canaan Dog, Kennel Samorodok Hanaanahttp://www.ruscanaan.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
3 – Canaan dog by Giora Sluzky, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
4 – Canaan dog by SamorodokhanaanaCanaan Dogs from "Samorodok" http://www.ruscanaan.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
5 – Canaan dog by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1503483
6 – Canaan dog by Samorodokhanaanahttp://www.ruscanaan.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
7 – Canaan dog by Arikk, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Videos "Canaan Dog"

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Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 5: Spitz-type dogs and primitive type – Section 6: Primitive type.
  • AKCHerding
  • ANKC – Group 7 (Nonsporting)
  • CKC – Group 7 (Nonsporting)
  • ​KCUtility
  • NZKCNonsporting
  • UKC – sighthounds and pariah


FCI breed standard "Canaan Dog"

FCIFCI - Canaan Dog
Canaan

Alternative names:

    1. Bedouin Sheepdog, Palestinian Pariah Dog (English).
    2. Canaan dog (French).
    3. Canaan Dog, Israel-Spitz (German).
    4. Cão de canaã (Portuguese).
    5. Perro de Canaán, Kelev Kna’aní, kunean alkalb (español).

Shikoku
Japón FCI 319 - Asian Spitz and related breeds

Shikoku

Less stubborn than the other Spitz breeds, the Shikoku, he is very little known outside his native land, Japan

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History

Ya desde la antigüedad se conservan figuras de cerámica de Japón que muestran representaciones de perros, that look like this Japanese breed. The current breed dates back to crosses with the now extinct inu Japanese. The original field of application of these dogs was hunting, more precisely hunting in the prefecture of Kochi on isla de Shikoku – that is why the race is sometimes called “perro Kochi“. However, name Tosa-Inu, which is used in part in Japan, it's misleading, because under the name “Tosa” there is also another japanese race. It also, three varieties of Shikoku, que fueron nombradas según la respectiva región en la que viven: pity, Hongawa and Hata. Como la región de Hongawa era la de más difícil acceso en el pasado, This variety is considered to be the least modified by other influences and the closest to the ideal of Shikoku. Today, the Shikoku It is considered the national dog of Japan along with the Akita.

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1 – “Shikoku” by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1589477

Características físicas Shikoku

La típica silueta Spitz characterizes the Shikoku: It has relatively small, erect ears and a compact body. The tail is well placed and curled over the back. This medium-sized breed with a height at the withers of about 53 cm is located between the Akita bigger and the Shiba Inu smallest within the Japanese family Spitz. Para muchos legos en Europa este amigo de cuatro patas también recuerda a un perro que se ve mucho más a menudo aquí, the Siberian Husky. The Shikoku coat can be black sesame or white sesame. The dense coat consists, como es típico en los perros de tipo Spitz, on a long, hard top coat over a soft, dense undercoat.

Shikoku character and abilities

Shikoku

The loyalty, intelligence and a certain stubbornness form the character of this dog with an agile nature. He is vigilant and behaves in a neutral manner to the point of distancing himself from strangers. Cuando se encuentran con conespecíficos, conflicts can occur, particularly with males, because the Shikoku tend to dominate. As a hunting dog it is characterized by its corresponding sharpness.

His original behavior can also be seen in his dealings with people – le gusta lamer a sus personas de referencia y busca el contacto físico. Sometimes shows a conspicuous preference for unpleasant odors from the human point of view. The Shikoku He is very agile and likes to be outdoors – por muy impetuoso que sea en movimiento aquí, a Shikoku busy behaves calmly and pleasantly indoors, where he appreciates quiet hours and pampering. Although he is a stubborn dog, not as strong as the other races of Spitz from Japan. However: The special character of Spitz not suitable for all dog lovers.

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2 – Shikoku, female. Colour: sesame by https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Shikokusesame1.jpg

Shikoku Care

The coat of this Japanese hunting dog is robust and easy to care for, but it must be brushed regularly, especially during coat change twice a year. advice: Si cepilla a su perro todos los días durante este tiempo, will greatly reduce hair loss at home and also shorten the “hairy phase” en unos pocos días. Outside these few weeks of the year, el aseo cada pocos días es suficiente. Revise sus oídos en este momento también, para que pueda limpiarlos con un limpiador de oídos para perros si es necesario. You must bathe your dog very rarely, at most every few months, y luego usar un champú suave para perros. However, it makes sense to get the puppy used to bathing. However, it is usually sufficient to simply remove the dried dirt from the coat. Check the length of the claws – especially with older dogs – to shorten claws that are too long with special pliers. Así es como se previenen las lesiones.

Shikoku Education

If he Shikoku respeta a su líder de manada de dos piernas como un líder sabio y justo, will gladly follow your instructions. However, first you need to earn the respect of this dog. Be consistent and bring some tolerance to the small, thick skull of this four-legged friend, that will never be completely subordinate.

Screaming or harshness will not help you and will destroy your relationship with this loyal companion.. A thorough knowledge of dog training is needed to direct the dominance and hunting instinct of dogs. Shikoku in regular courses. Please, keep in mind that only a well-trained breed of dog can make a well-behaved friend, otherwise you will look for another job.

Attending classes with dog trainers in general can be of great benefit, so that the Shikoku that tends to dominate, get stronger in social affairs and learn to get along with other dogs. Los perros machos en particular pueden enfrentar desafíos que deben ser contrarrestados desde la edad del cachorro. Así que no subestimen la importancia de la fase de socialización, because any omission can only be corrected with difficulty.

Shikoku Health

These robust dogs are considered tough and persistent. They hardly have a genetic disposition for disease, si la cría se hace de forma responsable. No hace falta decir que sólo deberías comprar cachorros de un criador de renombre que pertenezca a un club. The breeder will give you competent information about the care of your animal and show you the corresponding tests. In good health, Shikoku reaches an average age of about 13 years.

¿Dónde puedo encontrar mi Shikoku?

The breed is one of the very rare breeds outside of Japan. Consequently, find a puppy of Shikoku puede ser difícil si has decidido tener uno como nuevo miembro de la familia. But don't despair, because there are a handful of serious breeders in Europe who are dedicated to this breed. The first official litter outside of Japan was in 2000 in the Netherlands, where the breeders of Shikoku continue to regularly deliver litters to responsible hands. However, you may have to accept a longer trip before you can give your puppy a hug from Shikoku. No matter how rare the breed is, don't reduce the demands you can and should make on serious parenting. Learn about puppy care, of your health, pregunte a los criadores y pídales que le muestren las pruebas apropiadas, for example, in connection with exams for hip dysplasia. Of course, the breeder must also belong to a club. Will be happy to give you some good advice, but in return you will also have some questions to see if you can offer a good home to one of your protégés.

If you are looking for a Shikoku adult, you will need a lot of luck in europe. It is more promising to look for crosses of type Spitz in animal shelters and also get an impression of the breeds of Nordic Spitz.

Characteristics "Shikoku"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Shikoku" 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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Shikoku Ken / Shikoku Inu play
Shikoku ken in Japan Spring 2014 四国犬

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  • CKC – [Without Miscellaneous]


FCI breed standard "Shikoku"

FCIFCI - Shikoku
Shikoku

Alternative names:

    1. Kochi-ken, Shikoku-ken, Shikoku inu (English).
    2. chien de Kōchi, shikoku-inu, kochi-ken, Shikoku inu (French).
    3. Shikoku inu, Kochi-Ken, Shikoku-ken (German).
    4. Shikoku inu, kochi-ken, Mikawa Inu, Shikoku-ken, cão-lobo japonês (Portuguese).
    5. Kochi-ken, Shikoku-ken, Shikoku (español).

Japanese Spitz
Japón FCI 262 - Asian Spitz and related breeds

Japanese Spitz

The Japanese Spitz he is a very people-oriented dog.

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History

The strong similarity to the Mittelspitz (Standard or Medium Spitz) German allows us to suppose that the Japanese spitz descends from this same race. Other cynologists assume that the Spitz descends from the Nordic Spitz. One thing is for sure: the origin of Japanese spitz not in japan, but in Europe. Desde allí llegó a Japón a principios del siglo XX junto con los viajeros.

The attractive white dog with the charming character quickly gained popularity among the Japanese population. With more caps from China, Canada and the US, se estableció una cría propia en Japón en los años 20. While in Europe an attempt was made to increase the size of the lace, creando así el German Spitz, the Japanese tended to opt for the more original compact form. In 1948 the Japanese Kennel Club established a first breed standard for the first time. Como país de origen se señaló al Japón en la norma. The FCI, that has officially recognized the Japanese spitz from 1964, lo incluye hoy en día en el Grupo 5 (Spitz and dogs of the original type), así como en la Subsección 5 (Spitz asiáticos y razas afines), bajo el Estándar Nº 262.

In his native Japan, the Japanese spitz it was very popular for a long time, especially in the years 50 the last century. Aunque todavía es más común allí en términos de números que en Europa, the demand of the little companion is gradually changing. Mientras que en Japón el número de cachorros registrados recientemente está disminuyendo, is increasing in North America and Europe.

Physical characteristics “Japanese Spitz”

This breed is distinguished by the fact that it is exclusively pure white.. Thanks to his straight and dense hair, the Japanese Spitz seems strong. What is no less important, it is also caused by the swollen inner layer. The beautiful ruffle on the shoulder, neck and sill contributes to attractive appearance. Típico de la cola es una larga y voluminosa bandera.

Despite her short legs, the Japanese Spitz is sporty and extremely agile. Due to its balanced proportions, la apariencia de este perro de pedigrí compacto es a la vez llamativa y armoniosa.

The height at the cross – the elevated transition from neck to back – tends to be of 30 a 38 cm in adult males. Females reach a somewhat smaller size. The Japanese Spitz weighs between 4,5 and 11 kg.

Character and skills “Japanese Spitz”

The well balanced nature of the Japanese Spitz fits the very harmonious appearance. He is an attentive guard. Anyone who approaches him is not immediately signaled with a savage bark. Sólo cuando el perro con pedigrí japonés siente una amenaza seria, gets loud and fights back vehemently.

At home, the Japanese Spitz behaves quite calmly. Abroad, on the other hand, le gusta mostrar la energía que tiene dentro de él. To enjoy the Japanese Spitz, you must like a little dog who likes to play. También deberías divertirte en los viajes largos con tu amigo de cuatro patas.

The Japanese Spitz he is a very people-oriented dog. Whether it belongs to one person or has a master or caregiver at the same time, he does not care. He also likes to live with the family. La compañía de las personas es la prioridad. No basta con los animales domésticos o con otros animales de compañía. Although the Japanese spitz usually get along with them. Así que si tienes poco tiempo para un perro, a Japanese Spitz probably not the right thing for you.

El cachorro blanco disfruta de la compañía de la gente y le gustaría estar con ellos siempre y en todas partes. He is very receptive and eager to learn. Which makes education in combination with devotion quite easy even for untrained dog owners.

An apartment in the city is suitable for him, as long as you are well occupied with extensive walks and activities.

Care “Japanese Spitz”

Despite the hereditary predisposition to many diseases, Many of the ailments can be avoided by taking proper care of your Spitz. Dental problems in particular can be prevented through regular dental care, that is to say, brush your teeth at least once a week, or better daily. Diseases or inflammations of the eyes, nose, los oídos y las garras también pueden detectarse y tratarse en una fase temprana mediante los cuidados adecuados y los controles regulares. Another important aspect of grooming is the care of the coat of the Japanese spitz. Despite the impressive and luxurious fur, This is not very elaborate and therefore it is usually sufficient if the hair is combed or brushed thoroughly twice a week. Only in the coat change phase (twice a year) grooming effort increases until daily styling.

Japanese Spitz health

An indication of good and serious parenting is the presentation of genetic test results.. Los animales de cría utilizados deben tener una composición genética impecable para excluir las enfermedades genéticas desde el principio. Los perros en los que se han producido enfermedades hereditarias típicas de la raza deben ser excluidos de la cría por el bien de la salud de la raza. This also includes the tendency to dislocate the patella (deslizamiento de la rótula fuera de su guía), which can also be inherited in many dogs, especially in small dog breeds. Also eye problems, such as distichiasis or narrowing of the tear ducts, así como problemas dentales pueden ocurrir con el Japanese spitz. No se conocen otras enfermedades típicas de la raza.

The correct nutrition of the “Japanese Spitz”

In a special way, correct nutrition contributes to the health and well-being of the Japanese spitz. Small dogs with a very compact constitution have a strong tendency to be overweight. Too many pounds can easily lead to joint disease and heart and circulation problems.. Overweight dogs are also at higher risk for diabetes.

Como propietario de un Japanese spitz, you should always keep the amounts recommended by food manufacturers. It also, the dog should not be given too many treats between meals.

It is not only the quantity but also the quality of the food that is important. Besides vegetables or rice, good dog food consists largely of high-quality meat. Poor quality food often contains an excessive amount of cereals. Under no circumstances should it contain flavor enhancers or sweeteners.

Before buying, you should find out the exact composition of the dog food in the manufacturer's instructions. Several vendors offer good and safe dog food, tanto secos como húmedos.

It is not unusual for dog owners to prefer homemade dog food. This can also be an alternative to the ready-to-eat food available in stores for the Japanese spitz. However, es esencial que adquiera los conocimientos necesarios para cocinar por sí mismo comida para perros equilibrada.

The diet BARF it is also a good way to feed Japanese spitz with a healthy diet. BARF means “Bone And Raw Food” (Bones and raw foods). All food components, like meat, fish, vegetables or fruit, they are only given raw. Various vendors and specialty stores facilitate BARF to the dog owner. Like cooking food, this feeding method requires a certain amount of knowledge about the correct use of raw ingredients.

You must feed a puppy of 3 a 5 times a day, an adult raw food and bones 2 times a day.

Compra de un “Japanese Spitz”

Despite the growing popularity and demand in the European and American continent, the Japanese spitz still belongs to the rare dog breeds. El período de espera para una nueva camada en un criador puede ser muy largo. Who doesn't necessarily care about a purebred puppy, but also consider buying a Spitz adult, should – paralelamente a la búsqueda de un criador – also look around the animal shelter, where over and over again Spitz or the crosses of Spitz they are waiting for a new and loving home. A puppy, on the other hand, should only be purchased from a serious and certified breeder.

¿Cómo reconozco a un criador serio?

When choosing a suitable breeder, various factors play a role. It's not just “formalities” the ones that must be correct, that is to say, the papers, el pedigrí y el contrato de venta, sino también los motivos personales los que deciden en última instancia la compra. The breeder must, first, be understanding with you, and this cannot be found out with a short email or a short phone call. One or better several meetings are necessary to get a complete picture of the breeder and his dogs.. ¿El criador te invita a su casa? ¿Le muestra de buena gana su “dog pound” and the animals live in close contact with the breeder's family? The first weeks are very important for the socialization of the puppies and therefore the environment must correspond absolutely to the affectionate nature of the puppies. Japanese spitz. It also, un criador serio podrá decirle mucho sobre la raza y sus características. They will also ask you about your life circumstances to make sure your puppy has fun with you..

Characteristics "Japanese Spitz"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Japanese Spitz" 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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Photos:

1 – Japanese spitz by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/1273902
2 – Japanese Spitz Siberia by 0894Leanne, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
3 – Japanese Spitz Puppy by mostlegendary@gmail.com, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
4 – Japanese spitz by https://www.pikist.com/free-photo-sixhn
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“Japanese Spitz” / Breed of dog

Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 5: Spitz-type dogs and primitive type – Section 5: Asian Spitz and related breeds.
  • ANKC – Group 7 (Non-Sporting)
  • CKC – Group 6 – Non-Sporting
  • ​KC – Utility
  • NZKC – Non-Sporting
  • UKC – Northern Breed Group


FCI breed standard "Japanese Spitz"

FCIFCI - Japanese Spitz
Spitz

Alternative names:

    1. Nihon Supittsu (English).
    2. Nihon Supittsu (French).
    3. Nihon Supittsu (Japan-Spitz), Japanischer Spitz (German).
    4. Nihon Supittsu (Portuguese).
    5. Nihon Supittsu (español).

Korea Jindo Dog
Corea del Sur FCI 334 . Asian Spitz and related breeds

The Korea Jindo Dog It is the classic single master dog.

Korean Jindo

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Characteristics "Korea Jindo Dog"

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Korea Jindo Dog" 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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History

Korea Jindo Dog

Los orígenes exactos de esta raza de perro se pierden en la oscuridad de la historia. With a probability that borders on certainty, it can be assumed that the breed is actually of Korean origin, more precisely from the island of Jindo in southwestern Korea. Due to the isolated geographic location, este tipo de perro sólo se encontró aquí. Finally, an export ban on the breed was imposed, que sigue vigente hoy en día.

In his homeland., the Korea Jindo Dog is under the protection of nature and species. In 1938 the breed was declared the national animal of Korea. However, algunos cuadrúpedos han cruzado las fronteras: In the Decade of 1980, la gente local contrabandeó especímenes a los EE.UU. In 2003 took place in Great Britain the first official exhibition of a Korea Jindo Dog outside asia. In the USA., the “Korean Association of Jindo from America” is working now to preserve this breed.

Physical characteristics

This four-legged Korean friend is one of the best in Asia. With a weight of about 14 a 21 kilograms and a height of 34 a 47 cm to the cross, the Korea Jindo Dog belongs to medium-sized dogs. Carries its tail curled or sickle-shaped on its back. Las orejas relativamente pequeñas y erguidas también son típicas del punto.

Mientras que en la cría estandarizada de Corea sólo se reconocen los colores del pelaje blanco y rojo, depending on the frame organization the following other coat colors are allowed: kitsch, black and tan, grey, black and Brindle.

Character and skills

The Korea Jindo Dog muestra las características originales correspondientes. It is considered to be independent, territorial and has a strong hunting instinct, what can make living with other pets impossible, pero no tiene por qué ser así con una buena socialización.

The breed is not easily disturbed and is characterized by great loyalty to its keeper.

It is reserved with strangers: When used as a watchdog, the Korea Jindo Dog indicate in a way the defense of your home your home. Many representatives of the breed do not accept food from strangers. These dogs are playful and intelligent, sometimes even “too smart”, because they can learn to open doors, for example.

When looking for a Jindo, always look for responsible breeders – unfortunately there are also alleged breeders who have bred the Jindo for backyard dogfighting or otherwise have disproportionately promoted the aggressive side of this dog.

education of the “Korea Jindo Dog”

Consistent and clear communication, así como cierta experiencia con perros son necesarias para la educación de un Korea Jindo Dog. The docile dog is not only characterized by its intelligence, but also for its primitive behavior and great independence, that you must direct in a controlled way.

Como líder de la manada es tu tarea dejarle claro que sabes con seguridad y confianza a dónde ir. The Korea Jindo Dog quickly use uncertainties and exceptions to take the helm himself. However, never confuse strong and confident leadership with toughness, ya que esto podría desestabilizar al Korea Jindo Dog and not just destroy educational successes, sino también perturbar de forma duradera el vínculo entre tú y tu compañero.

A dog school is a recommended opportunity to introduce the Korea Jindo Dog a otros perros de la misma especie y para socializarlos aún más.

Health of the “Korea Jindo Dog”

Robust Spitz

It is considered that Korea Jindo Dog it is a robust breed of dog, that he hardly has a predisposition to genetic diseases. Healthy animals can reach an average age of 13 years. The most important health precautions are already taken before birth, thanks to the experience of experienced breeders, that minimize the risk of disease by selecting suitable parent animals, including appropriate preventive exams. Accumulation of the autoimmune disease discoid lupus erythematosus has occasionally been reported (DLE). This skin disease is usually treated for life.

It also, there are some cases of hypothyroidism, what is the lack of thyroid hormone supply to the body. In the Korea Jindo Dog esta enfermedad se manifiesta generalmente a través de la agresión o la apatía y los cambios en el pelaje. Otherwise, The same as us, two legged friends, sufficient exercise and healthy nutrition are other important pillars of health. Increased risk of food intolerance in some Jindos can also be counteracted with a balanced diet.

Nutrition del “Korea Jindo Dog”

A high-quality, grain-free, meaty diet is, fortunately, not just appropriate for the species, but also tasty. Both are important criteria, since it is considered that the Korea Jindo Dog is relatively selective. It is best to accustom him to several varieties of the same quality from the age of the puppy. This way you won't find yourself in a situation where, due to prescription changes or delivery issues, suddenly there is no more pet food and you have no alternative. It also, you can usually change different known foods of the same quality without your dog having digestive problems.

Regarding the amount of daily feeding, manufacturers' information can only give approximate values. If you notice that your Jindo is gaining too much weight, adjust your diet accordingly. You should also include treats in your daily ration. It's best to stick to healthy treats, like dental care snacks or dog treats that are 100% meat. El azúcar no tiene cabida en la comida o en los aperitivos de recompensa. With dry chews such as special dog bones or cow's ears, which are much less greasy than pig's ears, you can satisfy your friend's chewing needs from your Korea Jindo Dog.

Asegúrate de que siempre tenga suficiente agua a su alrededor para saciar su sed en cualquier momento.

Care “Korea Jindo Dog”

The coat of this breed consists of a soft undercoat, depending on the season, and a hard coat. Especially during the coat change twice a year, the Korea Jindo Dog lose a lot of hair. You can limit hair loss on the floor accordingly, combing daily. Outside of coat change time, a weekly hairstyle is enough. En este momento también puede revisar sus oídos y ojos para ver si hay suciedad y si es necesario limpiarlos con limpiadores especiales de oídos y ojos para perros.

The dirt on the coat is better to let it dry and then comb it out. A bath is not normally necessary, but it may be a good idea to gently accustom the Korea Jindo Dog, a un baño cuando todavía es un cachorro, so it can be cleaned every few months. Asegúrese de usar un champú suave para perros para evitar dañar la propia piel del perro. Take a regular look at the claws, especially with older dogs. If they are too long, shorten them with claw scissors. This will prevent your dog from getting painfully stuck with them and possibly injuring himself.

Activities with him “Korea Jindo Dog”

give to you Korea Jindo Dog plenty of room to run, also as a jogging partner, but always on a leash. También para el rescate libre y el trabajo de los perros de búsqueda no es adecuado debido al fuerte instinto de caza. Some Jindos like to learn tricks and play with various toys with great pleasure., that are available in stores. By the way, the Korea Jindo Dog normally stays away from water, por lo que no se debe incluir el chapoteo común en el lago en la lista de posibles destinos. Many Korea Jindo Dog they even avoid small streams or puddles, rehúyen cruzar un puente o no quieren salir al exterior bajo la lluvia. To enjoy travel without restrictions, should show the young dog that the water on the trail is not a cause for concern and casually, and possibly supported with treats, get used to the unwanted item. Don't force your Jindo to jump into a pond or something similar – will probably never turn into a water rat.

Before buying a “Korea Jindo Dog”

Few dog lovers in Europe are likely to ask this question, since the Korea Jindo Dog It's very weird. It also, you must be a nature lover and have a house or apartment at ground level in the countryside, because this four-legged friend must have a fenced-in property at his disposal, who can monitor. The fence must be generously planned, because the breed has a clear talent for jumping. So, la altura mínima de una valla debería ser de 1,80 m. Pero aún así no pierdas de vista a tu amigo de cuatro patas: Many young Jindo, if you have been alone for too long, the urge to discover has taken hold of him: The cunning dogs have quickly learned that a path can be prepared by digging even under fences.

In any case, the intelligence of Jindo puede ser demasiado para los dueños de perros bastante cómodos que se supone que lo mantienen física y mentalmente ocupado. This active and above average dog will take up a lot of time on your trips together, because you need to go out, what should normally be done on a leash due to his hunting instinct.
Can be well kept in a family, also with children. Sociable four-legged friend doesn't like to be alone, así que o bien debe quedarse solo por un tiempo muy corto o lo mantienes junto con otro perro. En Corea es común que los perros vivan fuera de la casa.

The breed is excellent as a guard dog and often recognizes family acquaintances and friends from a distance. You can also befriend the postman if you make it clear that he is one of the “good”.

¿Dónde puedo encontrar un “Korea Jindo Dog?”

In Europe it is not easy to find a Korea Jindo Dog; for example, en Alemania no se ha registrado ni una sola camada en los últimos años y no hay ningún criador activo. Aquí es necesario investigar para encontrar al criador más cercano. Of course, some breeders also export from abroad, for example from the United States, but this is time consuming and should only be considered for absolute connoisseurs and lovers of the breed. However, podría valer la pena echar un vistazo a las razas asiáticas Shiba Inu and Akita, which are much more common in Europe and have some similarities to the Korea Jindo Dog. When adopting a puppy from abroad, please consider the relevant entry requirements and especially the necessary vaccinations.

If you are looking for a Korea Jindo Dog adult, you must be on a real winning streak to find one in Europe. It is true that dog owners sometimes underestimate the time and knowledge required for education and harmonious coexistence with a Korea Jindo Dog and, therefore, they give up their four-legged friend. However, esto es extremadamente raro en Europa debido al muy pequeño número de Korea Jindo Dog.

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1 – Korea Jindo Dog by https://pixabay.com/es/photos/perro-feliz-sol-perro-feliz-1792601/
2 – Korea Jindo Dog by https://pixabay.com/es/photos/progreso-perro-jindo-coreano-perro-1138824/
3 – Korea Jindo Dog by https://pixabay.com/es/photos/cachorro-perro-el-progreso-del-perro-1874281/
4 – A male Korea Jindo Dog. Colour: red by Canarian / CC BY-SA
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6 – A male Korea Jindo Dog. Colour: red. by Canarian / CC BY-SA

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Korean Jindo – TOP 10 Interesting Facts
Jindo or Chindo Dog – Breed of dog

Type and recognitions:

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  • FCI – Group 5: Spitz-type dogs and primitive type – Section 5: Asian Spitz and related breeds.


FCI breed standard "Korea Jindo Dog"

FCIFCI - Korea Jindo Dog
Dog

Alternative names:

    1. Jindo, Chindo, Jindo Gae, JindoGae (English).
    2. spitz coréen de Jindo (French).
    3. Jindot-gae, KOREANISCHER JINDO (German).
    4. Jindo (Portuguese).
    5. Perro de Chindo, Jindo, Yindo (español).

Canaan Dog
Israel FCI 273 - Primitive type

Canaan Dog

The Canaan Dog He is suspicious of strangers and very affectionate with his clan members

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History

The Canaan Dog belong to the group of “pariah dog”, found throughout the Afro-Asian region. They live near human settlements, tolerated by humans, but they are not encouraged or fed. Para los pueblos primitivos son útiles como destructor de todos los residuos orgánicos. Even today, the Canaan Dog they live in herds in the desert. If Bedouins need a guard dog for their camp or a herding dog for their sheep, buscan una hembra salvaje que cría a sus cachorros en una cueva, they throw a piece of bread at him every now and then until they have chosen the strongest male cub that will guard their camp in the future.

Cynologically, the “pariah dog” belong to the Spitz family, the oldest family of dogs in the world. Pinturas rupestres de miles de años de antigüedad muestran a estos perros como ayudantes de caza. With the time, the original type of Spitz adapted to the situation of its environment. The Canaan Dog is the most developed form of the type Spitz en Israel hoy en día. The Perro de Canaan aún poseen fuertes instintos de supervivencia, what makes them smart, independent and also very cautious dogs.

The Canaan breed has been domesticated by outcast wild dogs, namely, by Rudolphina Menzel, a canine behaviorist and cynologist who emigrated from Vienna to Palestine in the 1930. He took some of them home and was amazed at how easily they were tamed and trained. They were lively and loving. The teacher Menzel I call them perros de Canaán en honor a la tierra bíblica de Canaán e hizo campaña para que fueran reconocidos como una raza.

Physical characteristics “Canaan Dog”

The height at the withers of these square animals, strong and medium in size is about 50 a 60 cm., while males are usually much larger than females. In general, las características del sexo entre los perros hembra y macho son muy pronunciadas. For example, the rather broad skull of the Canaan Dog, that narrows at a point towards the front, is clearly visible, especially in males. The head is always well proportioned. Standing ears, slightly laterally arranged, triangular and wide, así como sus ojos almendrados y oscuros, give you a very alert and intelligent expression. In fact, nothing escapes the watchman Canaan Dog, even when asleep.

HAIR:
Thick layer, rough and straight, short to medium length. The inner layer is very close and abundant.

COLOR:
Sandy to reddish brown, white, black or mottled, with or without mask. If there is a mask, must be symmetrical. A black mask and white markings are allowed for all colors. A pattern such as the Boston Terrier. Gray colors are not allowed, striped, black and tan or tricolor. Los colores característicos del desierto – sandy, dorado, Red and cream – son particularmente típicos de la raza.

Character and skills “Canaan Dog”

The Canaan Dog is lively, sensitive, distrustful of strangers, defensive, but not aggressive by nature. Watcher not only of humans, but also other animals. He is faithful and devoted to his family. The relationship with its owner means for him a partnership, both sides taking and giving. The Canaan Dog you don't have to follow your owner everywhere and submissively read every wish in his eyes. There are times when he shows his love and wants to be caressed. Pero otras veces se ocupa de sus propios asuntos y sólo se pertenece a sí mismo. If one responds to his character, a deep understanding develops between man and animal, lo cual es aún más atractivo, since one must acquire their trust and affection. Este vínculo especial hace difícil colocar a los Canaan Dog adults in new settings.

Protects their owner's children and shows a lot of tolerance towards the little ones. However, parents should ensure the dog has a chance to withdraw.

The Canaan Dog they are good watchdogs, but they are not attackers by nature. Only when a Canaan Dog you have the impression that he or his family is seriously threatened, will attack. The Canaan Dog barks as a warning, gives a dangerous appearance, and that is usually enough.

The Canaan Dog can react aggressively to other dogs who dare to pass by his property. Aggression between dogs of the same sex is not uncommon among Canaanites. Each Canaan is different. You have to watch it closely to know what collisions – with other dogs on walks – it is better to avoid.

Education “Canaan Dog”

One Canaan Dog nunca haría nada que pudiera dañarse a sí mismo. Ni tampoco cumpliría las órdenes de su dueño sin antes cuestionar su significado. You can't demand obedience from this dog. However, once you have gained confidence in your human and recognize him as “leader of the pack”, is very cooperative and obedient. Loyalty to his master and his quick understanding make him, despite its independence, an easy-to-handle dog, who can learn the necessary basic obedience without restrictions. However, during training its primitive nature must be taken into account, so it certainly takes some compromises and tricks to convince the Canaan Dog that obedience is worth it. For inexperienced beginners, esta raza segura de sí mismo no es adecuada.

¿Dónde puedo conseguir “Canaan Dog”?

Today, not only in his homeland Israel, but also in the US. y en varios países europeos, like germany, Finland, England, Italy or Switzerland, hay criadores que se han dedicado a esta raza especial y todavía muy rara. The addresses of the breeders can be found in the national kennel clubs or, of course, on the Internet. If you are considering buying a Canaan, enough time should be taken to consider your purchase decision thoroughly. This is true of all dogs, but especially for him Canaan Dog, because this original and independent four-legged friend is no ordinary family dog.

Care “Canaan Dog”

The rough coat naturally repels dirt and only needs to be brushed once or twice a week. Only in the phase of the biannual coat change should it come into contact with a brush or comb daily to remove dead hairs from the dense undercoat and reduce the tuft of carpet hairs, the sofa or the blanket.

Nutrition of the “Canaan Dog”

While the Canaan, as “pariah dog” on freedom, forages for its own food and feeds on whatever organic waste humans leave behind, as a domestic dog it depends on the support of its owner. ¿Pero qué le das a un perro salvaje tan original? In general: Los perros son carnívoros por naturaleza, no matter if they are Sheepdogs, Sausage dog or even Canaan. This means that the food must be largely meat. (around the 70 per cent). La carne es la fuente de proteínas más importante para el perro. Its entire masticatory and digestive system is oriented to the processing of meat: the strong teeth, los fuertes músculos masticadores, the relatively short intestinal tract and digestive juices that are quite aggressive in contrast to humans.

Health “Canaan Dog”

The race Canaan Dog es muy saludable no tiene enfermedades típicas y se considera muy limpia.

Characteristics "Canaan Dog"

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Photos:

1 – Canaan dog by Giora Sluzky, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
2 – Canaan dog by Canaan Dog, Kennel Samorodok Hanaanahttp://www.ruscanaan.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
3 – Canaan dog by Giora Sluzky, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
4 – Canaan dog by SamorodokhanaanaCanaan Dogs from "Samorodok" http://www.ruscanaan.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
5 – Canaan dog by https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1503483
6 – Canaan dog by Samorodokhanaanahttp://www.ruscanaan.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
7 – Canaan dog by Arikk, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Canaan – Top 10 Facts
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Type and recognitions:

  • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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Federations:

  • FCI – Group 5: Spitz-type dogs and primitive type – Section 6: Primitive type.
  • AKCHerding
  • ANKC – Group 7 (Nonsporting)
  • CKC – Group 7 (Nonsporting)
  • ​KCUtility
  • NZKCNonsporting
  • UKC – sighthounds and pariah


FCI breed standard "Canaan Dog"

FCIFCI - Canaan Dog
Dog

Alternative names:

    1. Bedouin Sheepdog, Palestinian Pariah Dog (English).
    2. Canaan dog (French).
    3. Canaan Dog, Israel-Spitz (German).
    4. Cão de canaã (Portuguese).
    5. Perro de Canaán, Kelev Kna’aní, kunean alkalb (español).

Chow Chow
China FCI 205 - Asian Spitz and related breeds

Chow Chow

The Chow Chow are distinguished by their unusual blue-black tongue

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History

The Chow Chow has been known for more than 2500 years in China, where it is represented in bas-reliefs of the time. Dog of mysterious origin, belongs to the Spitz family. Algunos creen que es un cruce entre un Mastín del Tíbet y un Samoyedo, while others think it is more of an original dog, that is to say, that comes from the Nordic dogs (internal temperature above average, particular shape of the bony structure of your skull…). In any case, las historias sobre los orígenes del Chow Chow they are usually just hypotheses.

In Manchuria and Mongolia it was used as a war dog, to watch over herds or rushes and as a draft animal. The Chow Chow they were also found in Tibetan monasteries: his function was to defend the monks. Occasionally it was a hunting dog, se comía en algunas partes de China, and his skin was also traded.

It was introduced in Europe in 1865, when Queen Victoria of England received one as a gift and started raising it. It was officially recognized by the Kennel Club English little less than 30 years later, in 1894. Today, sólo se utiliza como animal de compañía.

The term Chow Chow has appeared recently. In fact, during the interwar period, the Chow-Chow was known in the West as the “hong kong dog”.

Despite some other blood additions over the years 50, the Chow Chow is a breed that has remained pure.

Physical characteristics

The Chow Chow It is a dog with a robust body that goes hand in hand with its wide skull and its small triangular ears slightly rounded at the tip and it carries them apart with the tip slightly inclined forward which are always erect. His eyes are dark, from Brown to black always small, almendrada form. The nose is completely black and wide except in color Chow cream and white, which supports the color pink. The mouth is wide and strong. Tienen un movimiento característico en “stringers”, due to the peculiar conformation of their hind legs, which lack angle, and it makes it look like walking on stilts.

It is a dog of agile and balanced movement. By joining the legs in parallel to two in the movement. This breed has a very dense fur that can be rough or soft, which it accumulates more around his neck, giving it its distinctive frill or horsehair. Its fur can be red, black, Blue and cream. Those who have spotted or multi-coloured fur are considered outside the standards of the breed.

The Chow Chow son distinguidos por su inusual lengua de color negra-azulada ó púrpura y fuertes piernas. El gen para la lengua negra-azulada o púrpura suele ser dominante en esta raza, and so it also tends to be in from mixed races of a Chow Chow.

A legend that says, cuando los dioses colocaban las estrellas en el firmamento caían trozos de cielo que el Chow Chow iba lamiendo y desde ese día tiene la lengua azul.

Character and skills

Today, el Chow Chow es comúnmente un perro de compañía. His strong sense of ownership of their homes with their - sometimes- intriguing approach to strangers may be misinterpreted by those who do not belong to his family. However, las muestras de timidez y agresión no son características de ésta raza. Copies of the sex opposite usually coexist with less tension than with those of the same sex, but it is not uncommon to see Chow Chow de diferentes sexos vivir juntos pacíficamente.

They are extremely loyal to their family and it costs change masters. Affection usually shown only to people you know, así que los visitantes no deberían presionarlos físicamente ya que no aceptarán inmediatamente a los extraños tan rápido como lo hacen con los miembros de su familia.

They are not a very active breed. Life in an apartment suits them, si se les da la oportunidad de hacer suficiente actividad física diariamente. The owners must take daily walks with their Chow Chow, así sea en un pequeño lugar, para conservar de manera saludable sus capacidades físicas y mentales.

A pesar de que esta raza muestra poca energía la mayoría del tiempo, necesita una rutina para poder explorar su entorno y así mantener un carácter cariñoso. Su comportamiento típico se asemeja más al de un gato doméstico que al de un perro, for cleaning and its enigmatic nature.

Grooming

Grooming requirements depend on the type of fur. A Chow straight hair needs to be brushed weekly only. Uno con un pelaje áspero debe ser cepillado cada dos días. Both varieties molt twice a year, during which the coat will abundantly. Rarely need a bath, although a hot bath followed by a thorough drying can help remove the coat you're missing.

The rest is basic care. Trim nails as needed, usually once a month. Cepíllar los dientes frecuentemente para una buena salud general y un aliento fresco. Revisar los oídos semanalmente para detectar suciedad, redness or odor that may indicate an infection. If the ears look dirty, limpiarlos con un algodón humedecido y un limpiador de oídos suave recomendado por su veterinario.

Health

The Chow Chow is the breed of dog most affected by Dysplasia elbow. It is also vulnerable to hip dysplasia, dislocation of patella, thyroid disease, Pemphigus Foliaceus and ocular disorders such as entropion and ectropion. The risk of these disorders increases exponentially when they are purchased at pet stores unscrupulous caregivers who do not test their dogs to see if there is existence of genetic disorders. Like this, un potencial comprador de esta raza debería preguntar sobre el estado de salud de la mascota a comprar. Los cuidadores del animal deben proveer al cliente una garantía de salubridad del perro. But despite his delicate health, es un excelente perro de compañía para el humano.

Characteristics "Chow Chow"

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Images "Chow Chow"

credits:

1 – Flickr: Chowdren
2 – Międzynarodowa Wystawa Psów Rasowych, Szczecin 2007 by Remigiusz Józefowicz
3 – Pets Adviser from Brooklyn, USA / CC BYwww.petsadviser.com
4 – by https://pxhere.com/es/photo/234926
5 – Flickr: Bokeh the Chow by Luigi Borromeo
6 – Flickr: Chowdren (차우차우) by Seongbin Im
7 – by https://www.needpix.com/photo/371158/chow-chow-dog-snow-canine-domestic-pet-portrait-looking-attentive
8 – Русский: фото с выставки by Vladimir gubanov

Videos "Chow Chow"

Type and recognitions:

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Federations:

  • Federations: FCI , AKC , ANKC , CKC , ​KC , NZKC , UKC

  • FCI standard of the breed "Chow Chow"

    FCIFCI - Chow Chow
    CHOW

    Alternative names:

      1. Chow (English).
      2. Chow (French).
      3. Chow (German).
      4. Chow (Portuguese).
      5. Chow (español).

    Kishu
    Japón FCI 318 - Asian Spitz and related breeds

    Kishu

    The Kishu of Japanese hunting are characterized by their resistance, intelligence, great courage and, usually, a strong hunting instinct.

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    History

    The Kishu has its origin several thousand years ago in the mountains of the “Península Kii“, a region of Japan that extends over present-day Mie prefectures, Wakayama y Nara. In the past, los perros no tenían un nombre uniforme, sino que se diferenciaban y nombraban según las secciones individuales de la región montañosa de laPenínsula del Kii”: Kumano Inu (kumano dog), Taji Inu (taji dog), Ouchiyama Inu (Ouchiyama dog).

    From Hidaka to Arita the Kishus they were white and their names were Hidaka-Ken. In 1934 all these dogs were grouped under the name of the region and were called Kishu. Debido a la lejanía de las regiones montañosas, there were no crosses with other races or other race-changing phenomena in the Kishu Ken. For this reason, the Kishu it is one of the most original breeds of Japan, and one of the oldest dog breeds in the world.

    In 1934 the breed was declared a natural monument of Japan and is therefore under state protection. Until the seventies it was forbidden to sell Kishu of Japan. Los perros sólo podían ser pasados como regalos.

    Aunque al principio de la cría alrededor del 70 percent of Kishus they weren't white, este es hoy el color más común dentro de la raza. This is partly due to the fact that white dogs are easier to recognize when hunting.. Outside of Japan the breed has barely spread. There are a handful of breeders in the US.. and only a few dozen in Europe. The Kishu has some similarities with the Shikoku, the Kai Ken and especially with the Hokkaido, that are also not outside of Japan.

    Características físicas del Kishu

    The Kishu measures approximately 46 centimeters tall, and weighs around 28 kg, is a medium-sized dog. The fur color is generally white. The fur is short, straight and thick with a layer of thickness. The ears are inclined forward and are rather small. This breed is strong, flexible and user-friendly.

    Kishu's character and abilities

    The Kishu is a hunting dog. En la región de Kishu los perros se usaban para cazar jabalíes, deer, bears, hares and birds. Según el juego, había tres direcciones de Kishus: deer, liebre y jabalí / bear. The Kishu cazador de corzos y liebres tenían una complexión ligeramente más ligera que los favorecía en la caza. Due to the non-optimal suitability of the breed, especially for hunting hares and small prey, esta categoría no prevaleció. Hoy en día casi todos los Kishu Kens históricamente se originan de la caza de jabalíes (and secondarily also) of bears. These Kishu Kens tienen un físico más fuerte, more pronounced musculature and a wild to sharp disposition.

    In the old way of hunting, the hunter stayed in a place with only one dog and waited for the prey. Los métodos de caza posteriores prefieren que la caza sea traída por el Kishu Ken. The dog follows the game independently and silently. Como la mayoría de los perros de caza nórdicos, the Kishu only reports when you have placed the game. The dog's task is “keep hunting under control” until the hunter can shoot from a short distance. Especially German hunters are often skeptical or incredulous about the abilities of the Kishu Ken para cazar el jabalí físicamente superior. In Japan, However, the skills of Kishu Ken they are highly valued. Su ferocidad y actitud indomable lo hacen tan popular para la caza de jabalíes en Japón. In Japan there has been an expression for decades that illustrates the special suitability of the Kishus as hunters:
    ichiju – ikku” – “a weapon – a dog”.

    Character:

    Representatives of this Japanese hunting breed are characterized by their resistance, intelligence, great courage and, usually, a strong hunting instinct. They are considered as one-person dogs, que forman un fuerte vínculo con su compañero de dos patas y se comportan con lealtad. The kishus tend to dominate behavior, which can lead to problems with congeners, especially among males. His dominance is sometimes displayed on his own four walls, where they often want to have everything in sight. The Kishus they are not submissive to their owners and always keep their own head. This leads to the fact that they normally only perform tasks when they see meaning in them.. Hacia los extraños se comportan de forma distante a tímida. They are conditionally suitable as watchdogs.

    Kishu education

    It takes a lot of knowledge and patience to educate a Kishu, because intelligent animals tend to be stubborn and domineering. However, if you are consistent and have the necessary calm, the Kishu they will recognize you. Toughness is out of place in education. Don't expect submissive behavior from this proud four-legged friend. Pay attention to the control and management of hunting behavior, sometimes very distinctive. However, hay que tener en cuenta que difícilmente se podrá dejar correr a un Kishu without a leash, because even optimally trained representatives of the breed are often not available when they watch the hunt.

    Work to confidently keep it at bay when you encounter the game. It also, the four-legged friend's social compatibility should be the center of attention during parenting. Puppy play classes and dog schools in general offer a good opportunity, porque aquí el joven Kishu ya puede entrar en contacto con coespecíficos de diferentes tamaños y así fortalecer sus habilidades sociales. Please, note that the Kishu debe estar física y mentalmente exhausto si no quiere dedicarse a una actividad alternativa desagradable – for example, destroying home furnishings or poaching.

    Kishu Health

    Some kishus have a tendency to hypothyroidism, that is to say, an insufficient supply of thyroid hormones, usually due to limited thyroid function. Los síntomas incluyen fatiga y reducción del rendimiento. The owners of a Kishu deben hacer que un veterinario examine su glándula tiroides si se presentan estos síntomas. This disease is not life threatening and can usually be treated well with administration, mostly daily, of an appropriate medication. Because of the shape of your eyes, the breed also has a greater genetic disposition for eyelid malpositions, what can, However, ser corregidas mediante cirugía. Dogs Kishu they also have a tendency to food and environmental allergies. Otherwise, This Japanese breed is considered robust and has an average life expectancy of 13 years.

    The Diet of Kishu

    The best health precaution, in addition to buying from a responsible breeder, It is a high quality and appropriate nutrition for this breed. This specifically means that you should choose a dog food in which meat is the main component and is listed accordingly at the top of the claim. The grain should not be included – not just a bottom fill, it can also trigger allergies in some Kishus. If fed high-quality feed from the beginning, the risk of food intolerances is reduced. Incluso con representantes de la raza que antes no se veían, no sudden food changes should be made, but offer a new food slowly. Mix increasing amounts of the unfamiliar food with the familiar one and watch for your dog to show intolerance reactions. Of course, fresh drinking water should always be available for your Kishu.

    If it is suspected that you Kishu have a food allergy, una dieta única tiene sentido para averiguar a qué es sensible tu animal de compañía. For this you must be patient and consult your veterinarian, porque sólo debe dar un determinado alimento durante un período de tiempo predeterminado. If the complaints improve with feeding, you can try another feeding. Si los síntomas empeoran, contact your veterinarian to clarify the subsequent procedure. This way you can find out which ingredients you are allergic to. Kishu. Attention: No treatments should be given during this time if possible.

    Kishu care

    Brushing once a week is usually enough to keep this breed's coat in optimal condition.. However, during the coat change twice a year, debería usar el cepillo más a menudo para eliminar los pelos muertos. Esto también tiene el efecto secundario positivo de que el cuadrúpedo pierda menos pelaje en el piso. Dirt can be brushed off as soon as it has dried, o lavada con un paño húmedo. Compared to other breeds, the Kishus they are considered very clean dogs. When you groom your dog at least once a week, take a look at their ears to clean them with a dog ear cleaner, if required, and check its claws. Estas últimas deben ser acortados si se vuelven demasiado largos. This is usually only the case for Kishus older that move less, or dogs that walk mainly on very soft ground.

    ¿Dónde puedo encontrar mi deseado Kishu?

    The breed is very rarely found outside of Japan. However, there may be a dog breeder living in your region who has dedicated their work to this breed. In addition to a handful of breeders in the US. and russia, there are a few in europe, especialmente en la República Checa, los Países Bajos, Poland, Finland and Lithuania. In Germany no official litters of Kishu in recent years. Así que prepárate para largos viajes, if you have decided to adopt a Kishu – and learn more about adopting a puppy abroad before. Asegúrate de evitar a los propagandistas que pretenden venderte un cachorro de Kishunormalmente sólo están interesados en obtener un beneficio rápido y difícilmente conseguirás un Kishu in this way.

    It is unlikely that a Kishu adult outside of Japan, deberías tener mucha suerte si estás buscando un perro de raza pura. However, even if you have fallen in love with a Kishu, podría tener sentido buscar razas similares del tipo Spitz o híbridos correspondientes en las protectoras de animales – this also applies to puppies, of course. The chance of success is much higher and you've also given a homeless four-legged friend a new home. Find out in advance about the known history and character of the potential new family member – often, as in the case of their own Kishu, alguna experiencia con perros es importante aquí para permitir una convivencia exitosa y evitar problemas de comunicación entre el animal y el humano.

    Characteristics "Kishu"

    Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed "Kishu" 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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    Kishu (Kishu Inu) / Breed of dog
    Kishu Ken (Kishu Inu)

    Type and recognitions:

    • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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    • Section : . .

    Federations:

    • FCI – Group 5: Spitz-type dogs and primitive type – Section 5: Asian Spitz and related breeds.


    FCI breed standard "Kishu"

    FCIFCI - Kishu
    Kishu

    Alternative names:

      1. Kishu-Ken, Kishu-Inu (English).
      2. Kishu-Ken, Kishu-Inu (French).
      3. 紀州犬, Kishū-Inu, Kishu-Ken (German).
      4. Kishu-Ken, Kishu-Inu (Portuguese).
      5. Kishu-Ken, Kishu-Inu (español).

    Kai
    Japón FCI 312 - Asian Spitz and related breeds

    Kai Tora-Ken

    Due to the primitive character of the Kai, it is not recommended to keep it solely as a family dog.

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    History

    The Kai comes from the province of the same name “Kai”, a region of Japan surrounded by mountains in Yamanashi prefecture. Among his ancestors are several medium-sized Japanese dogs that have been used for thousands of years to hunt bears, deer, jabalíes, badgers and hares. Asian hunters especially appreciated the great independence and fearlessness of these dogs, que ni siquiera se resistían a luchar contra un oso adulto.

    Natural monument with export ban

    No sólo la lejanía de la región del Kai, difficult to access, but also the tendency to riot probably contributed to the purity of this rare breed. Due to its great cultural importance, Japan declared to Kai as a natural monument in 1934. Since then, their export from Japan has been strictly prohibited., previously only possible under special conditions. So, in Europe there are almost no breeders with a breed Kai.

    Características físicas del Kai

    The Kai medium size earns the necessary respect, particularly through his smooth, muscular body and extremely developed legs and hocks, with which some representatives of the breed can climb not only behind the back of the sofa, but even the trees.

    The Kai males reach a shoulder height of about 53 cm., therefore slight deviations are tolerated. Bitches are somewhat smaller with 48 cm.. The weight is not indicated in the standard of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI). However, should be in a reasonable proportion to body height and is usually a maximum of 18 kg.

    The FCI, that classifies the Kai bajo el número estándar 317, He tells it in the Asian top group. Like many other dogs in this group, the Kai has a rather pointed face, triangular ears and a tail of dense, tall fur, which he wears curled or sickle-shaped on his back.

    Corrientes típicas

    Característico del Kai it's his brindle coat, that has been kept pure for thousands of years without the help of other races. The coat appears in the colors black, red and black-red tabby. However, desarrolla la corriente típica sólo después de un año. In the first twelve months of the puppy's life, the coat is initially solid in color.

    The hair Kai adult is hard and strong and has a soft and dense undercoat. So, is well protected from the sometimes extreme weather conditions of its home region, which is surrounded by high mountains.

    Character and skills of the Kai

    The Kai, also known as Kai Inu, Tora Inu o Kai tora-ken, he is a very original dog, which has retained its instinctual nature and “Wild” until today. Not only his distinctive hunting instinct and high alertness, sino también su comportamiento natural de la manada y su falta de preparación para la subordinación son características típicas. He is considered a dominant and independent hunter who sees little reason to follow humans unconditionally..

    ¿Es posible mantenerlo como un perro familiar?

    Due to its primitive character, no se recomienda mantenerlo únicamente como perro de familia y, should be well considered – though a hasty purchase of this rare breed dog, que apenas es común fuera de Japón, not possible anyway. Anyone that, a pesar de todas las circunstancias y desafíos, has proposed to maintain a Kai As a family dog ​​you must be aware that not only the great need for work and exercise, but above all the education and socialization of this original animal requires a lot of time. Much experience is required, patience, consistency and positive motivation to train this highly intelligent and willing to learn dog, but also stubborn, to become an adapted and uncomplicated companion.

    A Kai needs a lot of attention

    However, quien domine este desafío será recompensado con un perro extremadamente leal y vigilante que permanecerá al lado de su familia sin reservas y con protección. Those who have earned the trust of the Kai They will notice that the initial reserve towards strangers soon gives way to an extremely friendly and loving being who enjoys the love and attention of his owner to the fullest.. However, his great passion for hunting and his natural sharpness should never be underestimated.

    Kai Health

    The low dispersion of Kai it is also the attractiveness of this breed, because compared to other Japanese hunting dogs the Kai is regarded as extremely genuine and pure. This is visible not only in his behavior but also in his robust health. The Kai apenas necesita temer a las enfermedades típicas de la raza, que se propagan principalmente por la cría incontrolada. So, its average life expectancy is quite high, of 12 a 15 years.

    Kai care

    High vet bills or long, expensive grooming are no problem with this tough, naturally clean dog. Regular brushing or combing of the coat is absolutely sufficient. However, during the layer change time (twice a year), the Kai should come in contact with a brush daily. In this way, dead hairs can be eliminated and the flooding of strands of hair in the house can be reduced a little..

    Kai nutrition

    In his native Japan, the Kai todavía se alimenta casi exclusivamente de la caza. Así que come lo que el cazador le deja de los animales capturados. Whoever keeps the Kai como un perro de familia y de compañía no podrá mantener esta dieta original. To feed the dog as originally as possible, many dog ​​owners turn to the so-called BARF method, which can be roughly translated as “biologically appropriate raw feed for the species”. Here, the dog is offered only raw meat, enriched with vegetables or rice.

    ¿Dónde puedo conseguir un Kai?

    Anyone outside of Japan who dreams of seeing a real Kai, much less buy one, will have great difficulties to fulfill this wish. The greatest opportunity to meet a Kai uro is visiting an international dog show where representatives of this breed are shown from time to time. Si no tienes la ciudadanía japonesa, you will have to settle for those short encounters or photos of this breed, for better or worse. If this is not enough for you, tal vez debería buscar razas relacionadas con los Kai as the Akita Inu or the Shiba, that are quite similar in character and appearance to this breed.

    Characteristics "Kai"

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    Videos "Kai"

    Kai Ken Tiger Dog – Natural Hunter and Extremely Rare Dog
    Kai Ken / kai Toraken / Tora Inu – Breed of dog

    Type and recognitions:

    • FCI CLASSIFICATION:
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    • Section : . .

    Federations:

    • FCI – Group 5: Spitz-type dogs and primitive type – Section 5: Asian Spitz and related breeds.


    FCI breed standard "Kai"

    FCIFCI - Kai
    Kai

    Alternative names:

      1. Kai Ken, Tora Inu, Tiger Dog, Tora Dog (English).
      2. Kai tora-ken (French).
      3. Kai Inu, Tora Inu, Kai tora-ken (German).
      4. Kai tora-ken (Portuguese).
      5. Kai Ken, Tora Inu, perro tigre (español).