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Hot Diggety Dog
Transcript of Hot Diggety Dog
Height and Weight: Height 24-28in. tall
weight: NA History: 1. Breed originated in Germany
2. Founded in 1921
3. Medium sized made to be a guard dog Doberman Pinscher General Appearance
Medium size, with a body that is square. Compactly built, muscular and powerful, for great endurance and speed. Elegant in appearance, of proud carriage, reflecting great nobility and temperament. Energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, loyal and obedient. Coat and Color=
Coat: Smooth-haired, short, hard, and thick.
Color: Black red blue and fawn. Has markings that are the color of rust usually. The dogs tail is docked at approximately second joint, appears to be a continuation of the spine, and is carried only slightly above the horizontal when the dog is alert. Body traits:
Neck: well muscled and dry
Withers: highest part on body
Back: Short and firm
Ribs: well sprung from spine
Brisket: Reaches deep to the elbow
Hips: Broad Temperament: Energetic, Watchful,
Determined, Alert, Fearless, Loyal, and
Faults: Any deviation from the above described dog must be penalized to the extent of the deviation. Disqualifications: Overshot more than 3/16 of an inch, undershot more than 1/8 of an inch. Four or more missing teeth. Dogs not of an allowed color
Year Approved: November 6, 1990 Doberman Pinscher
Cesky Terrior Height: 24-28 inches tall
Weight: Not listed Did you know... The Doberman Pinscher Club of America was founded in 1921.
The closest breeder is Jacqueline Schilling in Johnsburg Illinois. Redbone Coonhound Breed by group: Hound Group Breed by Group: Hound Group
1.Widely-used and acclaimed for its speed and agility from lowlands to steep, rocky hills, the Redbone Coonhound is an adaptable hunter with a good, cold nose.
2. They used the hot, swift Irish hounds in their breeding programs and the Redbone Coonhound evolved into a recognized, respected breed well before 1900.
3. Scottish immigrants brought handsome red foxhounds to America in the late 1700s, and Red Irish Foxhounds were imported before the Civil War. Males: 22-27 inches tall
Females: 21-26 inches tall
Weight should be in proportion with height and bone structure. General Appearance:
Hunted from swamplands to mountains, the Redbone is surefooted and swift, even on the most difficult terrain. They are well balanced with a flashy f=red coat and an excellent cold nose. The color is red. The coat hair is short, smooth, coarse enough to provide protection. By: Khloe Dixon Objectives Objectives -Breed by Group
-History of Breed
-Height and Weight
-Coat and Color
-Did you know...?
-Who is the closest breeder Tail Settings:
Medium length, very slight brush and saber-like. Faults - Not strong at root, heavy brush, Setter-like plume, curl tail. Body Traits...
Chest - Deep, broad
Ribs - Well sprung to provide optimal lung capacity, denoting stamina.
Back - Strong Temperament:
Even-tempered at home but an aggressive hunter. Amenable to formal training. A good family dog that likes to please. Faults - Not strong at root, heavy brush, Setter-like plume, curl tail.
Disqualifications- Not listed
Year Approved- February 6TH 2009 Did you know...
The Redbone is widely-used and acclaimed for its speed and agility from lowlands to steep, rocky hills.
Closest Breeder: Unknown Rhodesain Ridgeback Breed by group: Hound Group
1. The Rhodesian Ridgeback, sometimes referred to as the African Lion Hound, is a native of South Africa bred by the Boer farmers to fill their specific need for a serviceable hunting dog in the wilds.
2. Immigrants to South Africa in the 16th and 17th centuries brought with them Danes, Mastiffs, Greyhounds, Bloodhounds, Terriers and other breeds.
3.The Hottentots, a native race living in range of these early settlers, had a hunting dog that was half-wild with a ridge on his back formed by the hair growing forward. There was interbreeding between these dogs and those of the settlers, this crossbreeding, in due course, established the foundation stock of our present day Ridgeback. Height: Between 24-27 inches tall
Weight: 70-85 pounds
General appearance: The Ridgeback represents a strong, muscular and active hound, symmetrical and balanced in outline. A mature Ridgeback is a handsome, upstanding and athletic dog, capable of great endurance with a fair (good) amount of speed. Coat -Should be short and dense, sleek and glossy in appearance but neither woolly nor silky.
Color-Light wheaten to red wheaten. A little white on the chest and toes permissible but excessive white there, on the belly or above the toes is undesirable. Tail: Strong at the insertion and generally weaker towards the end, free from coarseness. It should not be inserted too high or too low and should be carried with a slight curve upwards, never curled or gay. Body Traits:
Chest- not to wide but deep
Ribs- Well sprung not like barrel hoops
Back- powerful and firm w/ strong loins Temperament: Dignified and even tempered. Reserved with strangers
Faults: Not listed
Year Approved: January 12 2010 Did you know...
The Ridgeback was admitted to registry by the AKC in Rhodesian1955?
Melissa Carlin in Salt Point New Yonk Papillon Breed by Group: Toy Group
1. Although the Papillon owes its name and much of its breed development to the French, it was Spain and Italy that gave rise to its popularity.
2.This little hardy dog acquired it name as the breed developed the distinctive erect-ear type, the ears being set obliquely on the head and so fringed as to resemble the wings of a butterfly.
3. First represented in the American Kennel Club in 1935, this delightful little dog enjoys great popularity in both conformation and performance competitions.
Height: 8-11 inches long
Weight: Proportion to weight
General Appearance: he Papillon is a small, friendly, elegant toy dog of fine-boned structure, light, dainty and of lively action; distinguished from other breeds by its beautiful butterfly-like ears. Coat- Abundant, long, fine, silky, flowing, straight with resilient quality, flat on back and sides of body.
Color: Always parti-color or white with patches of any color or colors. On the head, color(s) other than white must cover both ears, back and front, and extend without interruption from the ears over both eyes. Tail- The tail is long, set high and carried well arched over the body. The tail is covered with a long, flowing plume. Body Traits:
The chest is of medium depth with ribs well sprung. Temperament-Happy, alert and friendly. Neither shy nor aggressive.
Faults: Not listed
1. Height over 12 inches.
2. An all white dog or a dog with no white
Year Approved: June 10 1991
Did you know: The name Papillon means "butterfly" in French.
The closest breeder is Leslie Goudy in Jackson Missouri.
Cesky Terrier Breed By Group: Terrior Group
1.The Cesky Terrier has a very short history that is well documented.
2. The Cesky Terrier development was started in 1949, and the piebald dog was started in 1954.
3. Since the genetic pool of the Cesky Terrier was so limited, Mr. Horak decided to introduce some new blood into the breed. Height- 10-13 inches
Weight- 16-22 pounds
General Appearance- The Cesky Terrier was developed to be a well-muscled, short legged and well-pigmented hunting terrier that could be worked in packs. Coat: Long, fine but slight texture. Furnishings slightly wavy with a silky gloss. Shorter hair can have more curl. Not overdone with too much furnishings.
Color: All puppies are born black, or black and tan. In mature dogs, the correct color is any shade of gray from charcoal to platinum gray.
Tail: The ideal length is 7 to 8 inches. Set following the line of the rump. Tail may be carried downward or with a slight bend at tip; or carried saber shaped horizontally or higher. Body: Fully muscled, longer than high. Withers not very pronounced with the neck set rather high. Rump is strongly developed, muscular; pelvis moderately slanting with the hip bones often slightly higher than the withers.
Temperament- Balanced, non-aggressive. Not to be sparred in the show ring. Can be reserved toward strangers. A pleasant dog that is not as excitable as other terrier breeds but always ready to give chase to something of interest.
Faults: Not listed
Disqualifications: Not Listed Year Approved:October 18, 2010
Did you know... Cesky Terriers were first imported to the United States in the late 1980's?
Closet breeder is not listed.