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DOGUE DE BORDEAUX

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FCI-Standard N°  116  /  30 .06. 1995  / GB

 


TRANSLATION : Tim Taylor and Raymond Triquet.

ORIGIN : France.

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 14.04.1995.

UTILIZATION : Guard, defence and dissuasion.

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. :   Group   2      Pinscher and Schnauzer-Molossoid breeds- Swiss mountain and Cattle Dogs.
Section 2.1  Molossoid breeds.

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BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY : The dogue de Bordeaux is one of the most ancient French breeds, probably a descendant of the Alans and, in particular, the alan vautre of which Gaston Phebus (or Febus), Count of Foix, said in the 14th century, in his Livre de Chasse that “he holds his bite stronger than three sighthounds”.  In the middle of the 19th century these ancient dogues were hardly renowned outside the region of Aquitaine.  They were used for hunting large game such as boar, for fighting (often codified), for the guarding of houses and cattle and in the service of butchers.  In 1863 the first French dog show took place in Paris in the Jardin d’Acclimatation.  The dogues de Bordeaux were entered under their present name.  There have been different types : The Toulouse type, the Paris type and the Bordeaux type, which is the origin of today’s dogue.  The breed, which had suffered greatly during the two world wars, to the point of being threathened with extinction after the second world war, got off to a fresh start in the 1960’s.
1st standard (Caractère des vrais dogues) in Pierre Megnin, Le Dogue de Bordeaux, 1896.
2nd standard in J. Kunstler, Etude critique du Dogue de Bordeaux, 1910.
3rd standard by Raymond Triquet, with the collaboration of Vet. Dr. Maurice Luquet, 1971.
4th standard reformulated according to Jerusalem model (FCI) by Raymond Triquet, with the collaboration of Philippe Serouil, President of the French Dogue de Bordeaux Club and its Committee, 1993.

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Typical concave lined brachycephalic molossoid.  The Dogue de Bordeaux is a very powerful dog, with a very muscular body yet retaining a harmonious general outline.  He is built rather close to the ground, the distance sternum-ground being slightly less than the depth of the chest.  Stocky, athletic, imposing, he has a very dissuasive aspect.

IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS :

  • The length of the body, measured from the point of the shoulder to the point of the buttock, is superior to the height at the withers, in the proportion of 11/10.
  • The depth of the chest is more than half the height at the withers.
  • The maximum length of the muzzle is equal to one third of the length of the head.
  • The minimum length of the muzzle is equal to one quarter of the length of the head.
  • In the male, the perimeter of the skull corresponds more or less to the height at the withers.

BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT : An ancient fighting dog, the dogue de Bordeaux is gifted for guarding, which he assumes with vigilance and great courage but without aggressiveness.  A good companion, very attached to his master and very affectionate.  Calm, balanced with a high stimulus threshold.
The male normally has a dominant character.

HEAD : Voluminous, angular, broad, rather short, trapezoid when viewed from above and in front.  The longitudinal axes of the skull out of the bridge of nose are convergent (towards the front).  The head is furrow with symmetrical wrinkles, each side of the median groove.  These deep ropes of wrinkle are mobile depending on whether the dog is attentive or not.

CRANIAL REGION
Skull :

  • In the male: the perimeter of the skull measured at the level of its greatest width corresponds roughly to the height at the withers.
  • In bitches : it may be slightly less.

Its volume and shape are the consequences of the very important development of the temporals, supra-orbital arches, zygomatic arches and the spacing of the branches of the lower jaw.  The upper region of the skull is slightly convex from one side to the other.  The frontal groove is deep, diminishing towards the posterior end of the head.  The forehead dominates the face.  However it is still wider than high.
Stop : Fronto-nasal depression or stop is very pronounced, almost forming a right angle with the muzzle (95° to 100°).

FACIAL REGION :
Nose :  Broad, well opened nostrils, well pigmented according to the mask. Upturned nose (snubbed) permissible but not if it is set back towards the face.
Muzzle : Powerful, broad, thick, but not fleshy below the eyes, rather short, upper profile very slightly concave, with moderately obvious folds.  Its width hardly decreasing towards the tip of the muzzle, when viewed from above it has the general shape of a square.  In relation to the upper region of the skull, the line of the muzzle forms a very obtuse angle upwards.  When the head is held horizontally the tip of the muzzle, truncated, thick and broad at the base, is in front of a vertical tangent to the anterior face of the nose.  Its perimeter is almost two thirds of that of the head.  Its length varies between one third and minimum one quarter of the total length of the head, from the nose to the occipital crest.  The limits stated (maximum one third and minimum one quarter of the total length of the head) are permissible but not sought after, the ideal length of the muzzle being between these two extremes.

 

Lips :  Upper lip thick, moderately pendulous, rectractile.  When viewed in profile it shows a rounded lower line.  It covers the lower jaw on the sides.  In front the edge of the upper lip is in contact with the lower lip, then drops on either side thus forming a reserved wide V.
Jaws/Teeth : Jaws powerful, broad.  Undershot (the undershot condition being a characteristic of the breed).  The back of the lower incisors is in front of and not in contact with the front face of the upper incisors.
The lower jaw curves upwards.  The chin is well marked and must neither overlap the upper lip exaggeratedly nor be covered by it.
Teeth strong, particularly the canines.  Lower canines set wide apart and slightly curved.  Incisors well aligned especially in the apart and slightly curved.  Incisors well aligned especially in the lower jaw where they form an apparently straight line.
Cheeks : Prominent, due to the very strong development of the muscles.
Eyes : Oval, set wide apart.  The space between the two inner angles of the eyelids is equal to about twice the length of the eye (eye opening).  Frank expression.  The haw must not be visible.  Colour : hazel to dark brown for a dog with a black mask, lighter colour tolerated but not sought after in dogs with either a brown mask or without a mask.
Ears : Relatively small, of a slightly darker colour than the coat.  At its set on the front of the base of the ear is slightly raised.  They must fall back, but not hang limply, the front edge being close to the cheek when the dog is attentive.  The tip of the ear is slightly rounded; it must not reach beyond the eye.  Set rather high, at the level of the upper line of the skull, thus appearing to accentuate its width even more.

NECK : Very strong, muscular, almost cylindrical. This skin is supple, ample and loose.  The average circumference almost that of the head.  It is separated from the head by a slightly accentuated transversal furrow, slightly curved.  Its upper edge is slightly convex.  The well defined dewlap starts at the level of the throat forming folds down to the chest, without hanging exaggeratedly.  The neck, very broad at its base, merges smoothly with the shoulders.


BODY :
Topline : Solid.
Withers :  Well marked.
Back : Broad and muscular.
Loin :  Broad.  Rather short and solid.
Croup : Moderately sloping down to the root of the tail.
Chest : Powerful, long, deep, broad, let down lower than the elbows.  Broad and powerful breast whose lower line (inter-axillae) is convex towards the bottom.  Ribs well let down and well sprung but not barrel shaped.  The circumference of the chest must be between 0,25 to 0,35 m greater than the height at the withers.
Underline : Curved, from the deep brisket to the rather tucked up, firm abdomen, being neither pendulous nor whippety.
 
TAIL :  Very thick at the base.  Its tip preferably reaching the hock and not below.  Carried low, it is neither broken nor kinked but supple.  Hanging when the dog is in repose, generally rising by 90° to 120° from that position when the dog is in action, without curving over the back or being curled.

LIMBS

FOREQUARTERS : Strong bone structure, legs very muscular.
Shoulders : Powerful, prominent muscles.  Slant of shoulder-blade medium (about 45° to the horizontal), angle of the scapular-humeral articulation a little more than 90°.
Arms : Very muscular.
Elbows : In the axis of the body, neither too close to the thoracic wall nor turned out.
Forearms:  Viewed from the front, straight or inclining slightly inwards thus getting closer to the median plane, especially in dogs with a very broad chest.  Viewed in profile, vertical.
Pastern : Powerful.  Viewed in profile, slightly sloping.  Viewed from the front sometimes slightly outwards compensating for the slight inclination of the forearm inwards.
Forefeet : Strong.  Toes tight, nails curved and strong, pads well developed and supple : the dogue is well up on his toes despite his weight.

HINDQUARTERS : Robust legs with strong bone structure; well angulated.  When viewed from GO BACK TO LIST the hindquarters are parallel and vertical thus giving an impression of power even though the hindquarters are not quite as broad as the forequarters.
Thigh : Very developed and thick with visible muscles.
Stifle : In a parallel plane to the median plane or slightly out.
Second thigh : Relatively short, muscled, descending low.
Hock : Short, sinewy, angle of the hock joint moderately open.
Metatarsus : Robust, no dewclaws.
Hind feet : Slightly longer than the front feet, toes tight.
 
GAIT / MOVEMENT  : Quite supple for a molossoid.  When walking the movement is free, supple, close to the ground.  Good drive from the hindquarters, good extension of the forelegs, especially when trotting, which is the preferred gait.  When the trot quickens, the head tends to drop, the topline inclines towards the front, and the front feet get closer to the median plane while striding out with a long reaching movement of the front legs.  Short gallop with vertical movement rather important.  Capable of great speed over short distances by bolting along close to the ground.

SKIN : Thick and sufficiently loose fitting.

COAT

HAIR : Fine, short and soft to the touch.

COLOUR  : Self-coloured, in all shades of fawn, from mahogany to isabella.  A good pigmentation is desirable.  Limited white patches are permissible on the chest and the extremities of the limbs.

 

 

Mask :

  • Black mask : The mask is often only slightly spread out and must not invade the cranial region.  There may be slight black shading on the skull, ears, neck and top of body.  The nose is then black.
  • Brown mask : (used to be called red or bistre).  The nose is then brown; the eyerims are also brown.
  • No mask : The coat is fawn : the skin appears red (also formerly called “red mask”).  The nose is then reddish or pink.

SIZE AND WEIGHT  : Height should more or less correspond to the perimeter of the skull.
Height at the withers :   For  dogs :        60-68 cm.
                                   For bitches:       58-66 cm. 
1 cm under and 2 cm over will be tolerated.

Weight :
Dogs :              at least 50 kg.
Bitches :           at least 45 kg.

Bitches : Identical characteristics but less prominent.

FAULTS : Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.

SERIOUS FAULTS :

  • Hyper aggressive, timid.
  • Head short and round with protruding eyes.
  • Hypertypical bulldoggy : flat skull, muzzle measuring less than a quarter of the total length of the head.
  • Important lateral deviation of the lower jaw.
  • Incisors constantly visible when the mouth is closed.
  • Arched back.
  • Fused but not deviated vertebrae of the tail.
  • Forefeet turning inwards (even slightly).
  • Forefeet turning outwards too much.
  • Flat thighs.
  • Angle of hock too open (straight angulation).
  • Angle of the hock too closed, dog standing under himself GO BACK TO LIST.
  • Cow hocks or barrel hocks.
  • Stilted movement or serious rolling of rear.
  • Excessive shortness of breath, respiring.
  • White on tip of tail or on the front part of the forelegs, above the carpus and the tarsus.

DISQUALIFYING FAULTS :

  • Aggressive and overly shy.
  • Long, narrow head with insufficiently pronounced stop, with a muzzle measuring more than a third of the total length of the head (lack of type in head).
  • Muzzle parallel to the top line of the skull or downfaced, Roman nose.
  • Twisted jaw.
  • Mouth not undershot.
  • Canines constantly hanging out when the mouth is closed.
  • Tail knotted and laterally deviated or twisted (screw tail, kink tail).
  • Atrophied tail.
  • Fiddle front with splay feet.
  • Angle of the hock open towards the rear (tarsal deviated towards the front).
  • White on the head or body, any other colour of the coat than fawn.
  • Identifiable disabling defect.

 

Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

N.B. : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

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The history
The Dogue de Bordeaux one of the devout antichi French dogs, probable descendant of the Alani and, in particular, from Alan veltro of which Gaston PHBUS (or FBUS) Conte di Foix says, in the fourteenth century, its Livre de Chasse, that "it has taken devout powerful a its bite of how much of it would make three levrieri".
The word "dogue" (mastiff) appears to the end of XIV the century.

   

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To met of XIX the century, these mastiff antichi little were rinomati unless in Aquitania. They were uses you for the hunting to the large game (wild boar), for combats (thick times lawyers), for the guard of the houses and the cattle, to the service of the butchers. In 1863 it had place to Paris, to the Jardin d' Acclimatation, the first French canine exposure. The Dogue de Bordeaux figured to you with theirs puts into effect them name. They existed some of various types: tolosiano type, type Parisian, bordolese type, to the origin of the Dogue puts into effect them.

The race that had a lot suffered between the two world wars, to the point of being threatened of extinction after the war of the 1939-1945, represe its development during years ' 60.

First standard ("true character of the Dogues") in Pierre MGNIN, the Dogue de Bordeaux, 1896.

According to standard in J. KUNSTLER, tude critique du Dogue de Bordeaux, 1910.

Third standard to work of Raymond TRIQUET, with the collaboration of the Medical Veterinary Maurice LUQUET, 1971.

Fourth standard reformulated according to the model of Gerusalemme (F.C.I.) from part of Raymond TRIQUET with the collaboration of Philippe SROUIL, President, and of the Committee of Socit DES Amateurs de Dogues de Bordeaux, 1993.

In a generalized manner

The Dogue de Bordeaux a molosso powerful structured, from the muscoloso body, also conserving with harmonious. It has l.aspetto of a frightening muscoloso athlete, tarchiato, imposing and fierce. Ancient dog from combat, equipped for the guard, that it carries out with vigilance and great courage, but without aggressivit much becoming attached to the master and particularly careful with the children.

 

 

 


 

the cucciolo of photo SIMON of the breeding Iraz

Characteristics

The head voluminosissima, spigolosa, wide and short, rather trapezial if seen of forehead. The powerful and wide snout, the tartufo very pigmented of black or brown, second the mask of the subject; the orecchie relatively small and devout are pigmented regarding the cape. The dorsal line must be straight, with wide and muscoloso back.

Ransom: the male measure from 60 to 68 cm to the garrese, the female from 58 to 66. The minimal weight of 50 kg for the male, 45 for the female.

Tail: much thick one to the base, in length does not catch up the garretto; low capacity, deeply inserted

Colors: unicolore mahogany or in the range of the fulvi. Red or black emphasized mask. Admitted spots white women little extended on chest and feet.

To avoid

. . Spot white woman on the head

. . Which had, cut tail

. . Tight chest

. . Small, round eyes

. . Small, too much long head, grip, round, oval

 

Standard of the Dogue de Bordeaux

F.C.I. N116 14.04.1995/I

 

 

 

 

 

the beautiful one dogue of photo TYSON to 16 months of the breeding Iraz

Origin: France

Date of publication of the standard of origin in vigor: 14.04.1995

Use: Guard, defense and dissuasion.

Classification the ICF:

Origin:

Group 2 Swiss Dogs of type Pinscher and Schnauzer, molossoidi and dogs from mountain and bovari

Section 2.1. Molossoidi of mastiff type

Without job tests.

Short historical signal:

The Dogue de Bordeaux one of the devout antichi French dogs, probable descendant of the Alani and, in particular, from Alan veltro of which Gaston PHBUS (or FBUS) Conte di Foix says, in XIV the century, its Livre de Chasse, that "it has taken devout powerful a its bite of how much of it would make three levrieri". The word "dogue" (mastiff) appears to the end of XIV the century.

To met of XIX the century, these mastiff antichi little were rinomati unless in Aquitania. They were uses you for the hunting to the large game (wild boar), for combats (thick times lawyers), for the guard of the houses and the cattle, to the service of the butchers. In 1863 it had place to Paris, to the Jardin d' Acclimatation, the first French canine exposure. The Dogue de Bordeaux figured to you with theirs puts into effect them name. They existed some of various types: tolosiano type, type Parisian, bordolese type, to the origin of the Dogue puts into effect them.

The race that had a lot suffered between the two world wars, to the point of being threatened of extinction after the war of the 1939-1945, represe its development during years ' 60.

- First standard ("true character of the Dogues") in Pierre MGNIN, the Dogue de Bordeaux, 1896.

- According to standard in J. KUNSTLER, tude critique du Dogue de Bordeaux, 1910.

- Third standard to work of Raymond TRIQUET, with the collaboration of the Medical Veterinary Maurice LUQUET, 1971.

- Fourth standard reformulated according to the model of Gerusalemme (F.C.I.) from part of Raymond TRIQUET with the collaboration of Philippe SROUIL, President, and of the Committee of Socit DES Amateurs de Dogues de Bordeaux, 1993.

GENERAL ASPECT:

Typically a concavilineo molossoide brachicefalo. The Dogue de Bordeaux a lend dog extremely, from the body much muscoloso pure conserving with harmonious. Constructed E' rather close to earth, is worth to say that the distance leggermente inferior sterno-ground to the height of the thorax.

Tarchiato, athletic, imposing, has an aspect much dissuasive one.

IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS:

The length of the body, from the tip of the shoulder to the tip of the buttock, advanced to the Height in the proportion of: 11/10.

The height of the advanced thorax to the met of the Height.

The maximum length of the equal snout to a third party of the length of the head.

The minimal length of the equal snout to a quarter of the length of the head.

In the male, the cefalico perimeter corresponds to the incirca to the Height.

Behavior-character:

Ancient dog from combat, the Dogue de Bordeaux carried for the guard who assumes with vigilance and great courage but without aggressivit. Good companion, a lot attacked to its landladies and much affectionate one. Calm, balanced with answer threshold (reaction) elevated.

The male has a generally dominant character.

HEAD:

Angular, wide, enough short, trapezial Voluminosa, when seen of forehead and from the high. The longitudinal aces of the skull and the snout are convergent (towards ahead).

Cranial region:

- In the male: the perimeter of the skull measured to level of its maximum width, corresponds to the incirca to the Height.

- In the female: pu to be leggermente inferior.

Its volume and its shape are the consequence of the development a lot important of the thunderstorms, of the sopraorbitarie arched ones, the zigomatiche arched ones and the distance of the branches of the maxillary inferior. The advanced region of the leggermente convex skull in cross-sectional sense.

Depression fronto-nasal or stop a lot emphasized, shape with the snout an angle nearly resisted (from 95 to 100).

Deep frontal depression that goes attenuating itself towards the estremit posterior of the head. The forehead dominates the face. Wide E' however still devout that high.

The head furrowed from symmetrical wrinkles from every side of I furrow median. These deep and twisted wrinkles are furnitures to second that the dog is in attention or less.

REGION MAKES THEM:

Tartufo: Wide, with very open narici, very pigmented to second of the mask. Retratto Tartufo (turned to the ins) admitted but never rincalcato towards the face.

Snout: Powerful, wide, massive, but not weighted down under the eyes, enough short, advanced profile a lot leggermente concave, with pliche sobriamente evidenced. Since its width diminishes hardly until to the end of the snout, it, seen they give over, has the general shape of a square. Regarding the advanced region of the skull, the line of the snout forms a opened angle much obtuse one towards the high. Allorch the horizontal head, the end of the snout you cut, massive and wide to the base, it is found to respect to a vertical tangent front face of the tartufo. Its perimeter is approached the two thirds party of that one of the head. Its length situates between a fourth and third party of the total length of the head, from the tartufo to the crest accipita them. The limits (of a third party of the length of the head the advanced one, and of a quarter the inferior) are admitted but it does not search to you, the ideal length of the snout placing itself between these ends.

Jaws: Much powerful, wide. The inferior prognato dog (the prognatismo a racial character). The posterior face of I recorded to you inferior in ahead and to contact of the front face of I did not record to you advanced. The maxillary inferior incurva towards the high. The mento very marked and the labbro does not have n to sopravanzare esageratamente advanced n some is covered.

Teeth: Strong, in particular the canines. The inferior canines distance to you leggermente and ricurvi. I recorded to you very aligns to you in the maxillary inferior above all where they form one apparently straight line.

Advanced Labbro: Often, moderately hanging, retratti them. Approval of profile introduces one rounded off inferior line. It covers the maxillary inferior on sides. In ahead the edge of the labbro advanced in contact with the labbro inferior, then V come down from every side forming one turned upside down svasata.

Cheeks: Prominenti because of the muscular development much important one.

Eyes: Ovals, widely distance to you. The space between the two inner angles of the eyelids is equivalent to approximately two times the length of the eye (opening palpebral). Frank look. The congiuntiva does not have to never be visible.
Color from tawny nocciola to dark for the dog to black mask; less dark colors are tolerate to you but it does not search in the subjects to mask brown to you or without mask.

Orecchie: Relatively small, of color a little devout dark one of the cape. To the junction, the raised front base a po'. The orecchie must fall back, but not hang, the front edge flabbily being against the cheek when the dog in attention. The inferior end leggermente rounded off; it does not have to never surpass the eye. Inserted enough high, to level of the advanced line of the skull of which they they still seem to emphasize the width.

NECK: Much fort, muscoloso, pressoch cylindrical. Its abundant, lassa and soft skin. Its medium circumference pressoch equals that one of the head. E' separated from the head from I furrow little cross-sectional emphasized, light curved. Its leggermente convex advanced profile. The giogaia, very marked, it begins to level of the throat, forming two pliche that arrive until to the chest strap without hanging esageratamente. The neck, much wide one to the base, is melted without contrast with the shoulders.

Body (log):

Line (dorsal) advanced: Very supported, with wide and muscoloso, garrese a back very marked, kidney wide, and enough short solid.

Rump: moderately oblique until to the root of the tail.

Thorax: Powerful, along, deep, wide, come down devout low of the elbow; wide and powerful chest strap so that the inferior profile (between the limbs) convex towards the bottom. Coasts very reductions and very bent but never to botte. The circumference of the thorax must be advanced to the Height from 0,25 m to 0,35 m.

Line (ventral) inferior: Profile to ARPA, from the deep thorax to the ventre raised and balance, n falling n levrettato.

Tail: Much thick one to the root. Its tip catches up of preference the garretto without to exceed it. Low capacity, n not broken off n knotted but flessuosa.

Falling back R-retired, it is raised in a generalized manner from 90 to 120 in connection with this position, allorch the dog in action without incurvar on the back n to roll up.

Limbs:

Front: Strong skeleton, limbs many muscolosi.

Shoulders: Powerful, with prominenti muscles. Obliquit of medium bachelor (45 approximately on the horizontal), angle of the bachelor-humeral articulation: a po' advanced to the 90.

Arm: Much muscoloso.

Elbows: In the axis of the body, not too much sluices against the thoracic wall n in outside.

Forearm: Approval of forehead, straight or little tilted from outside to the indentro so as to to approach itself the median plan leggermente, above all in the dogs with chest strap much wide one. Approval of profile, vertical.

Metacarpale region: Powerful. Of profile, leggermente tilted. Sight of forehead talora light infuori in order to compensate the light inclination of the forearm towards the inside.

Feet: Strong, fingers very sluices, nails ricurve and strong, plantari bearings very develop to you and flexible; the dog although its weight clearly digitigrado.

Posterior: Sturdy with strong skeleton, very angled limbs.

Approvals give GO BACK TO LIST: posterior very the vertical parallels and give to a power impression bench the retrotreno are leggermente less wide of the front chassis.

Thighs: A lot developed and massive, with obvious musculature.

Ginocchio or grassella: Within a flat parallel to the median plan or leggermente in outside.

Leg: Relatively short, muscolosa, descendant low.

Garretto: , short nervous, moderately opened angle of the garretto.

Metatarso: Sturdy, absent the spur.

Feet: A po' devout lenghi of the front ones, fingers very sluices.

SAILING POINTS:

Melted enough for a molosso. To the step, movement wide and melted shaving to the land. Good push of the posterior ones, good amplitude of the movements of the front ones above all to the trot, than the preferred sailing point. When the trot is accelerated, the head has the tendency to lower itself, the advanced dorsal line to tilt itself towards ahead, the front feet to reconcile very to the median plan in the briosa search of the land in ahead. Small gallop with enough important vertical movement. Able E' of large velocit running razing to the ground on of the short distances.

SKIN: Thick and sufficiently abundant.

CAPE:

Hair: Aim, and short soft to the tact.

. Colore : Unicolore, in all the range of the fulvo, from the mahogany to the isabella. Searched Sar one good pigmentazione. The spots little extended white women are admitted to the chest and the estremit from the limbs.

Mask:

Black mask: the mask however enough little extensive and does not have to never invade the cranial region. Pu to be accompanied to read carbonature on the skull, orecchie, the tail and the advanced part of the body. The tartufo then black.

Mask brown (a time dictates red or tawny): tartufo then the brown, the edge of the eyelids equally brown.

Without mask: The hair fulvo; the skin to appear red (equally calls a time to you "red mask"). Tartufo then rossastro or the rose.

Height:

The ransom must correspond to the incirca to the cefalico perimeter.

- Males: from 60 to 68 cm to the garrese

- Females: from 58 to 66 cm to the garrese

They will tolerate 1 cm in and 2 cm in devout less.

WEIGHT:

- Males: 50 kilograms at least.

- Females: 45 kilograms at least.

Females: Identical characters but less emphasize to you.

DEFECTS:

Every scostamento from how much precedes must be considered like a defect that sar penalized in function of its gravit.

Serious defects:

- Iper-aggressive, frightening.

- short and round Head with sporgenti eyes.

- Ipertipo bulldog (flat skull, snout that measures less than a quarter of the total length of the head).

- important lateral Shunting line of the jaw.

- I recorded to you visible in constant way, when the mouth sluice.

- Back to time (convex).

- Tail that present of the vertebre knit but not turned aside.

- front Feet turn you to the indentro, also leggermente.

- front Feet esageratamente ruotati to the infuori.

- flat Thighs.

- Angle of the garretto too much opened (straight angolatura).

- angles too much sluices, dog under of s of GO BACK TO LIST.

- Garretti from vacca, garretti to botte.

- zoppicante Sailing point or important oscillations in the posterior one.

- excessive Ansimare, russante respiration.

- White man to the estremit of the tail or over the front region of the limbs, above the carpo and of the footstep.

Defects from disqualification:

- little emphasized long and tightened Head with stop, devout snout that measure of a third party of the total length of the head (lack of type in the head).

- Snout parallel to the advanced line of the skull or descendant, arched snout.

- Torsion of the jaw.

- Dog not prognato inferior.

- Canine visible in constant way, when the mouth sluice.

- Language in outside in constant way, when the mouth sluice.

- Tail al same time with nodes and had or skewed laterally (to corkscrew).

- atrophied Tail.

- Forearm storto with metacarpale region many cedevole.

- opened Angle of the garretto towards the GO BACK TO LIST (footstep which had towards ahead).

- White man on the head or the body, various colors of the cape from the fulvo.

- invalidating Tare visible.

 
 

 

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