Prager Rattler

Prager Rattler

Tschechische Republik
21–23cm (tolerance +/- 1cm)
optimal approx 2.60 kg
Companion dog
FCI-Gruppe 9
Gesellschafts- und Begleithunde
Group 9 Companions and Toy Dogs. Section 9 Continental Toy Spaniel, Russian Toy & Prague Ratter Without working trial.

Beschreibung: Prager Rattler

A small smooth-haired or medium long
coated dog with an almost square and compact body. Despite its small
size it is a very active, alert and lively dog. Sexual dimorphism should
be clearly defined.

Geschichte: Prager Rattler

Historically, this breed has been
known since the remote past of the Czech state. Because of its small size,
quick movement and highly developed sense of smell it was used for
killing rats (which gave it the name "Krysa?ík" = Ratter). This quality
was gained during its long historical development. This small active dog
was often seen at aristocratic feasts of Czech kings at the Prague castle.
It adorned courts of Bohemian aristocracy and as a gift from Bohemian
kings it came to other European rulers and later to the ordinary citizens.
The search of historical facts resulted in proofs that this breed really is
of Bohemian origin and can be traced to the early history of the Czech
nation. In 1980 its regeneration successfully started. Pražský krysa?ík is
again a favourite pet that lives as a family dog and is becoming popular
also in many other countries worldwide.

Haarkleid: Prager Rattler

1) Short, glossy, fitting close to body, thick, without bald places. Head
is usually coated with thinner and shorter coat than the body.
2) Moderately long, fringes on ears, quarters, tail and slightly longer on
the chest.
Colour: Black, brown or blue with tan-markings including their
dilutioned variations (in any shade, from very pale to very rich).
Yellow recessive colour (with pale pigmentation) and red in most rich
shades. These are without tan-markings. Black and tan merle and
brown and tan merle.
Tan-markings are preferably a deep reddish tan, except in the blue
varieties where it is paler according to the genetic make-up.
Tan-markings are found above the eyes, on cheeks, on chest and on the
pasterns and feet, also at inner side of the hindquarters and under the
root of the tail. On the fore chest it forms two similar and separated
Pigmentation on nose, eye- and lip-rims are according to coat-colour,
but deeper pigmentation is preferred.

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