Сегодня, Среда, 26.09.2018,
Вы с нами уже
Вы вошли как
Puppies of nursery
History of breed Yorkshire terrier - the Jorkshirsky terrier
The Jorkshirsky terrier - young breed which was deduced in Great Britain more hundred years ago in the end of 19 centuries in a county
, whence has received the name.
For the first time
terrier was exposed in England in 1861 as a long-haired adhesive tape-terrier (the Scottish terrier).
Jorkshirsky it began to call since 1870 when the reporter of the newspaper "Fild" Angus Sutherland has written:
"it is impossible to name Them more Scottish is
as here breed has so improved".
Throughout several years at exhibitions rings, both for
, and for long -
adhesive tapes-terriers were arranged.
Often dogs from one dung were shown on different rings.
The Jorkshirsky terrier conducts the family tree from an uotersajd-terrier (a coastal terrier) - a small long-haired dog bluish-grey
, weighing from 3 to 9 kg (more often 4,5 kg).
This breed was brought in
by the Scottish weavers who have moved here in the middle of Х1Х centuries.
Here it have crossed to the Old English wire-haired it is black-podpalym a terrier, having added blood pejsli - and klajdesdejl-terriers.
These crossings also have given the breed known now as
very first mention of breed in the United States concerns 1872.
Rings for it at all exhibitions have appeared, since 1878.
At the first exhibitions rings shared on weight - to 2,3 kg and above 2,3 kg.
But, nevertheless, at that time there was a copy which weight made 681
small weight began to represent the greatest interest. The
sizes of dogs were soon stabilised:
from 1,4 to 3,2 kg.
As soon as it became clear that rings for dogs
almost are not filled the size, all dogs have united in one group.
The modern type
terrier was stabilised, having got features inherent only in it.
It is characteristic
dark is bluish-steel colour from a nape to the basis of a tail and sated golden zheltovato-brown on a head, feet, a breast and "trousers".
Puppies are born is black-podpalymi.
(the everyday name) also is a small room dog whom often indulge, it is vigorous.
character of terriers has not died - it with pleasure takes part in fuss and games which arrange dogs of the big sizes though after that its long wool demands long leaving.
The standard of breed Yorkshire terrier - the Jorkshirsky terrier
FCI-Standard N°86 / 19.05.2009 / GB
ORIGIN : Great Britain.
DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 26.03.2009.
UTILIZATION : Toy Terrier.
CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. : Group 3 Terriers.
Section 4 Toy Terriers.
Without working trial.
GENERAL APPEARANCE : Long-coated, coat hanging quite straight and evenly down each side, a parting extending from nose to end of tail. Very compact and neat, carriage very upright conveying an important air. General outline conveying impression of vigorous and well proportioned body.
BEHAVIOUR AND TEMPERAMENT : Alert, intelligent toy terrier. Spirited with even disposition.
CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Rather small and flat, not too prominent or round.
FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Black.
Muzzle : Not too long.
Jaw/Teeth : Perfect, regular and complete scissor bite, i. e. upper teeth closely overlapping the lower teeth and set square to the jaws. Teeth well placed with even jaws.
Eyes : Medium, dark, sparkling, with sharp intelligent expression and placed to look directly forward. Not prominent. Edge of eyelids dark.
Ears : Small, V-shaped, carried erect, not too far apart, covered with short hair, colour very deep, rich tan.
NECK : Good reach.
BODY : Compact.
Back : Level.
Loins : Well sustained.
Ribs : Moderate spring o ribs.
TAIL : Previously customarily docked.
Docked : Medium length with plenty of hair, darker blue in colour than rest of body, especially at end of tail. Carried a little higher than level of back. Undocked : Plenty of hair, darker blue in colour than rest of body, especially at end of tail. Carried a little higher than level of back. As straight as possible. Length to give a well balanced appearance.
FOREQUARTERS : Legs straight, well covered with hair of rich golden tan a few shades lighter at end than at roots, not extending higher on forelegs than elbows.
Shoulders : Well laid.
HINDQUARTERS : Legs quite straight when viewed from behind, moderate turn of stifle. Well covered with hair of rich golden tan a few shades lighter at ends than at roots, not extending higher on hindlegs than stifle.
FEET : Round ; nails black.
GAIT / MOVEMENT : Free with drive ; straight action front and behind, retaining level topline.
HAIR : On body moderately long, perfectly straight (not wavy), glossy ; fine silky texture, not woolly. Fall on head long, rich golden tan, deeper in colour at sides of head, about ear roots and on muzzle where it should be very long. Tan on head not to extend on to neck, nor must any sooty or dark hair intermingle with any of tan.
COLOUR : Dark steel blue (not silver blue), extending from occiput to root of tail, never mingled with fawn, bronze or dark hairs. Hair on chest rich, bright tan. All tan hair darker at the roots than in middle, shading to still lighter at tips.
WEIGHT : Weight up to 3,1 kg (7 lbs).
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 and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.
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.
Copyright MyCorp © 2018