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Beagle


 Tara de origine: Marea Britanie.
 Istoric: Cainii de tip Beagle au existat de secole, dar rasa asa cum o stim
noi astazi a fost dezvoltata in Marea Britanie acum aproape 150 de ani.
De mai bine de 25 de ani este una dintre cele mai populare rase din S.U.A.
 Descriere fizica: este un caine mic, bine facut, mai mult lung
decat inalt. Are un craniu lung si un bot patrat. Ochii sunt mari,
maronii sau caprui, si nasul negru. Are urechi lasate lungi si late,
iar coada scurta este purtata ridicata. Blana scurta si aspra poate
avea orice culoare specifica pentru copoi.
 Inaltime: 25-38 cm.
 Greutate: 9-14 kg.
 Temperament: este un caine prietenos, dar in Este sociabil si
se intelege bine cu copiii si cu alte animale atata timp cat a fost
bine socializat. Va urmari cat poate de mult un miros.
 Nivel de activitate: moderat.
 Cel mai bun stapan: cainii din aceasta rasa se descurca bine
cu o familie activa si sunt adaptabili la orice conditii de trai, fie in
mediu urban, fie rural.
 Nevoi speciale: curte ingradita, lesa, so dresaj.
 Posibile probleme de sanatate: palatoschizis, raie, nanism,
epilepsie, probleme oftalmo hipotiroidism, afectiuni ale discurilor
intervertebrale, luxatii ale patelelor, afectiuni ale aparatului
reproducator.



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Caine de rasa Beagle de vanzare
Fotografii Beagle de vanzare
Standardul rasei Beagle



FCI-Standard N° 161/27.01.2011/EN


BEAGLE


This illustration does not necessarily show the ideal example of the breed.


ORIGIN: Great Britain.

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE OFFICIAL VALID STANDARD:
13.10.2010.

UTILIZATION: Scent Hound.

FCI-CLASSIFICATION:   Group  6  Scent hounds and related
  breeds.
Section  1.3  Small-sized Hounds.
With working trial.

BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY: The  Beagle, said to have been
bred down from the larger
Foxhound to hunt with men on foot, preferably
after the hare. He is still used in packs, very often organised by institutions,
including colleges and schools. A bustling, eager little dog, full of enthusiasm
and vigour,
ever ready for any activity which involves him. Everything about the breed
gives the impression of athleticism and there is no better sight than a Beagle
pack in full pursuit, their heads down to the scent,
their sterns up
in rigid
order as they concentrate on the chase.
During the reigns of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I there were
wirehaired Beagles, some of which were small enough to be carried in the
pocket of a hunting jacket. Size has increased over the years but smaller
versions of the breed, called pocket Beagles, are sometimes born.

GENERAL APPEARANCE: A sturdy, compactly-built hound, conveying
the impression of quality without coarseness.

IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS: Length of head, between occiput and tip
of nose, divided by stop, as equally as possible. Height to elbow about half
height at withers.

BEHAVIOUR AND TEMPERAMENT: A merry hound whose essential
function is to hunt, primarily
hare, by following a scent. Bold, with great
activity, stamina and determination.

Alert, intelligent and of even temperament. Amiable and alert, showing
no aggression or timidity.

HEAD Fair length, powerful without being coarse, finer in the bitch,
free from frown and wrinkle.

CRANIAL REGION:
Skull: Slightly domed, moderately wide, with slight peak.
Stop: Well defined, dividing length, between occiput and tip of nose,
as equally as possible.
FACIAL REGION:
Nose: Broad, preferably black, but less pigmentation permissible in
lighter coloured hounds. Nostrils wide.
Muzzle: Not snipy.
Lips: Reasonably well flewed.
Jaws / Teeth: Jaws should be strong, with a perfect, regular and complete
scissor bite, i.e. the upper teeth closely overlapping the lower teeth and set
square to the jaws.
Eyes: Dark brown or hazel, fairly large, not deep set or prominent set well
apart with mild appealing expression.
Ears: Long, with rounded tip, reaching nearly to end of nose when drawn out.
Set on low, fine in texture and hanging gracefully close to cheeks.

NECK: Sufficiently long to enable hound to come down easily to scent,
slightly arched and showing little dewlap.

BODY: Short in the couplings, but well balanced.
Topline: Straight and level.
Loin:  Loins powerful and supple.
Chest: Let down to below elbow. Ribs well sprung and extending
well back.

Underline and belly: Without excessive tuck-up.


TAIL: Sturdy, moderately long. Set on high, carried gaily but not curled
over back or inclined forward
from root. Well covered with hair,
especially on underside.

LIMBS

FOREQUARTERS:
Shoulder: Well laid back, not loaded.
Elbow: Firm, turning neither in nor out.
Forearm: Forelegs straight and upright well under the hound,
good substance and round in bone, not
tapering off to feet.
Metacarpus (Pastern): Short.
Forefeet: Tight and firm.  Well knuckled up and strongly padded.  
Not hare-footed.  Nails short.

HINDQUARTERS:
Thigh: Muscular.
Stifle (Knee): Well bent.
Hock joint: Firm, well let down and parallel to each other.
Hind feet: Tight and firm. Well knuckled up and strongly padded.
Not hare-footed.  Nails short.

GAIT / MOVEMENT: Back level, firm with no indication of roll. Stride
free, long reaching in front and straight without high action; hind legs
showing drive. Should not move close behind nor paddle nor plait in front.

COAT
Hair: Short, dense and weatherproof.

Colour: Tricolour (black, tan and white); blue, white and tan; badger pied;
hare pied; lemon pied; lemon and white; red and white; tan and white;
black and white; all white.
With the exception of all white, all the above mentioned colours can be
found as mottle. No other colours
are permissible. Tip of stern white.

SIZE:
Desirable minimum height at the withers 33 cms.
Desirable maximum height at the withers 40 cms.

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 and on its ability to perform its traditional work.

DISQUALIFYING FAULTS
Aggressive or overly shy
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.

The latest amendments are in bold characters.




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