Chodský Pes

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Chodský Pes

Ursprungsland
Tschechische Republik
Standardnummer
364
Widerristhöhe
Males: 52 to 55 cm. Females: 49 to 52 cm.
Gewicht
Males: 19 – 27 kg. Females: 17 – 24 kg.
Verwendung
Versatile working dog
FCI-Gruppe 1
Hütehunde und Treibhunde (ausgenommen Schweizer Sennenhunde)
Group 1 Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle dogs). Section 1 Sheepdogs With working trial.

Beschreibung: Chodský Pes

A medium-sized sheepdog with an oblong
shaped body. It has a long coat with rich under coat, which makes the coat
weather-resistant. The body structure has superb harmony. All body parts
are assembled so as to give an overall compact and graceful appearance.

Geschichte: Chodský Pes

This breed has its origin in history.
In his work extolling the Chodsko region (1923-1924), the writer Jindrich
Simoon Baar described dogs from the Sumava region, which he called
Chodsky. These balanced and very tenacious dogs were used for guarding
and protecting and to round up cattle. There are many writings and
illustrations linked with the region of Chodsko. J.A. Gabriel, writing about
Chodsko in 1864, described the local people with the nick-name “Dogheads”,
as their pennon featured the silhouette of a typical sheepdog with a
longer coat at the neck – their faithful home guard.
The existence of longhaired sheepdogs who were faithful helpers and
guards was also described by the writer A. Jirásek in his novel entitled
“Dog-heads”, illustrated by Mikoás Als. One cannot of course claim that
the above documents state facts of the origin of the present-day Chodsky
Dog. It is simply a historical support for the existence of a well-established
type of sheepdog with origin in the Czech territory.

Haarkleid: Chodský Pes

Hair: The body is covered by a glossy, long, thick coarser type of coat. The
length is between 5 and 12 cm. It should be straight or slightly wavy, on the
neck and chest slightly open, otherwise laying flat. The well developed
undercoat is shorter and softer.
The earlobes are richly covered in hair; brushes form at the base and along
the edges. The coat is particularly long on the neck, back and on the
backside of the thighs and hocks, where it is slightly wavy.
The tail is thickly covered in coat and has long, slightly wavy fringes on the
underside. Only the facial parts of the head, the tips of the ears and the front
of the limbs have short, smooth coat.
Colour: Black to gunmetal-black with vivid tan-markings. The more vivid
and rich the markings are the better. Coat colour other than black-and-tan
is not permissible. The typical tan-markings are placed, when fully
extended:
Inside and on the edges of the ears; above the eyes; on the cheeks; on the
sides of the muzzle smoothly blending into the throat and forming a crescent
shape; on the brisket but distinct from the markings on the throat; on the
inner and rear part of the thighs; on the feet and pasterns up to the hock
joint; on the forelegs; on the forefeet and up to the elbow; under the tail and
around the anus.

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