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Происхождение

Великобритания.

Дата публикации оригинального действительного стандарта

24.06.1987.

Использование

Терьер.

Классификация F.C.I.

Группа 3 – Терьеры. Секция 1 Терьеры большого и среднего роста. Без рабочих испытаний.

Общее впечатление

По существу рабочий терьер. Способен следовать за лошадью.

Поведение / Характер

Сочетание активности и смелости.

Голова

Напоминает голову выдры.

Область черепа

Череп: Умеренно широкий.

Лицевая область

Нос: Черный нос предпочтителен, но нос печёночного цвета или телесного не является серьёзным недостатком.

Морда: Короткая и сильная.

Челюсти/зубы: Прикус ножницеобразный, то есть резцы верхней челюсти перекрывают нижние в плотном контакте, расположены вертикально в челюстях. Прямой прикус приемлем. Недокус и перекус крайне нежелательны и должны штрафоваться.

Глаза: Темные, с живым выражением.

Уши: Маленькие, в форме буквы V. Умеренно толстые, висячие, направлены вперёд, прижаты к скулам.

Шея

Умеренной длины.

Корпус

Глубокий, узкий, довольно длинный.
Поясница: Сильная.
Грудь: Рёбра хорошо простираются назад, но не слишком сильно изогнуты, так, чтобы за лопатками можно было обхватить бордер терьера двумя руками.

Хвост

Умеренно короткий; довольно толстый в основании, затем несколько утончается. Хвост посажен высоко и несётся весело, но никогда не закидывается на спину.

Конечности

Передние конечности: Передние конечности прямые, костяк не слишком тяжёлый

Задние конечности: Сильные.

Лапы: Маленькие с толстыми подушечками.

Походка / Движение

Движения свободные, позволяют следовать за лошадью.

Кожа

Плотная.

Шерстный покров

Шерсть: Шерсть густая и жёсткая, с плотным подшёрстком.

Окрас: Рыжий, пшеничный, голубо-подпалый, чепрак «гризли» и рыжие подпалины.

Вес

Кобели 5,9-7,1 кг (13-15 ½ фунтов); суки 5,1-6,4 (11 ½ фунтов 14 фунтов).

Недостатки

Любое отклонение от вышеперечисленных положений следует рассматривать как недостаток (дефект), и серьезность, с которой данный недостаток (дефект) должен быть оценен, должна пропорционально соответствовать степени его выраженности, а также его влиянию на здоровье и благополучие собаки.

Любая собака, демонстрирующая существенные аномалии в физическом состоянии и строении тела должна быть дисквалифицирована.
Примечание: кобели должны иметь два нормально развитых семенника, полностью опущенных в мошонку.

Border Terrier

Origin

Great Britain.

Date of Publication of The Official Valid Standard

24.06.1987.

Utilization

Terrier.

FCI-Classification

Group 3 Terriers. Section 1 Large and medium-sized terriers. Without working trial.

General Appearance

Essentially a working terrier. Capable of following a horse.

Behaviour / Temperament

Combining activity with gameness.

Head

Head like that of an otter.

Cranial Region:

Skull: Moderately broad.

Facial Region:

Nose: Black nose preferable, but liver or flesh-coloured one not aserious fault.

Muzzle: Short, strong.

Jaws/Teeth: Scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping lower teeth and set square to the jaws. Level bite accep

table. Undershot or overshot a major fault and highly undesirable.

Eyes: dark with keen expression.

Ears: Small, V-shaped, of moderate thickness, and dropping forward close to the cheek.

Neck

of moderate length.

Body

deep, narrow, fairly long.

Loins: Strong.

Chest: Ribs carried well back, but not oversprung, as a terrier should be capable of being spanned by both hands behind the shoulder.

Tail

Moderately short; fairly thick at base, then tapering. Set high, carried gaily, but not curled over back.

Limbs

Forequarters:

General appearance: Forelegs straight, not too heavy in bone.

Forefeet: Small with thick pads.

Hindquarters:

General appearance: Racy.

Hind feet: Small with thick pads.

Gait / Movement

Has the soundness to follow a horse.

Skin

Must be thick.

Coat

Hair: Harsh and dense; with close undercoat.

Colour : Red, wheaten, grizzle and tan, or blue and tan.

Weight

Dogs 5,9-7,1 kg (13-15 ½ lbs); bitches 5,1-6,4 (11 ½ lbs-14 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 on the terrier’s ability to work and on the health and welfare of the dog.

Disqualifying Faults

• Aggressive or overly shy dogs.

• Any dog clearly showing physical of behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

N.B.

• Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum (this expression is obli

gatory in every standard).

• Only functionally and clinically healthy dogs, with breed typical conformation should be used for breeding.

The latest amendments are in bold characters.

Breed Standard

Last updated September 2000

Ссылка на оригинальную публикацию

A Breed Standard is the guideline which describes the ideal characteristics, temperament and appearance including the correct colour of a breed and ensures that the breed is fit for function. Absolute soundness is essential. Breeders and judges should at all times be careful to avoid obvious conditions or exaggerations which would be detrimental in any way to the health, welfare or soundness of this breed. From time to time certain conditions or exaggerations may be considered to have the potential to affect dogs in some breeds adversely, and judges and breeders are requested to refer to the Breed Watch section of the Kennel Club website here http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/services/public/breed/watch for details of any such current issues. If a feature or quality is desirable it should only be present in the right measure. However if a dog possesses a feature, characteristic or colour described as undesirable or highly undesirable it is strongly recommended that it should not be rewarded in the show ring.

General Appearance

Essentially a working terrier.

Characteristics

Capable of following a horse, combining activity with gameness.

Temperament

Active and game as previously stated.

Head and Skull

Head like that of an otter moderately broad in skull, with short strong muzzle. Black nose preferable, liver- or flesh-coloured one not a serious fault.

Eyes

Dark with a keen expression.

Ears

Small, V-shaped; of moderate thickness, and dropping forward close to the cheek.

Mouth

Scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping lower teeth and set square to the jaws. Level bite acceptable. Undershot or overshot a major fault and highly undesirable.

Neck

Of moderate length.

Forequarters

Forelegs straight, not too heavy in bone.

Body

Deep, narrow, fairly long. Ribs carried well back, but not oversprung, as a terrier should be capable of being spanned by both hands behind the shoulder. Loins strong.

Hindquarters

Racy.

Feet

Small with thick pads.

Tail

Moderately short; fairly thick at base, then tapering. Set high, carried gaily, but not curled over back.

Gait/Movement

Has the soundness to follow a horse.

Coat

Harsh and dense; with close undercoat. Skin must be thick.

Colour

Red, wheaten, grizzle and tan, or blue and tan.

Size

Weight: dogs: 6-7 kgs (13-151/2 lbs); bitches: 5-6.5 kgs (111/2 -14 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, its effect on the terrier’s ability to work, and the health and welfare of the dog.

Note: Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

The Official AKC Standard of the Border Terrier

Ссылка на оригинальную публикацию

Since the Border Terrier is a working terrier of a size to go to ground and able, within reason, to follow a horse, his conformation should be such that he be ideally built to do his job. No deviations from this ideal conformation should be permitted, which would impair his usefulness in running his quarry to earth and in bolting it therefrom. For this work he must be alert, active and agile, and capable of squeezing through narrow apertures and rapidly traversing any kind of terrain. His head, like that of an otter, is distinctive, and his temperament ideally exemplifies that of a terrier. By nature he is good-tempered, affectionate, obedient, and easily trained. In the field he is hard as nails, game as they come and driving in attack. It should be the aim of Border Terrier breeders to avoid such over-emphasis of any point in the Standard as might lead to unbalanced exaggeration.

General Appearance

He is an active terrier of medium bone, strongly put together, suggesting endurance and agility, but rather narrow in shoulder, body and quarter. The body is covered with a somewhat broken though close-fitting and intensely wiry jacket. The characteristic otter head with its keen eye, combined with a body poise which is at the alert, gives a look of fearless and implacable determination characteristic of the breed. The proportions should be that the height at the withers is slightly greater than the distance from the withers to the tail, i.e. by possibly 1-1.5 inches in a 14 pound dog.

Weight

Dogs, 13-15.5 pounds, bitches 11.5-14 pounds, are appropriate weights for Border Terriers in hard-working condition.

Head

Similar to that of an otter. Moderately broad and flat in skull with plenty of width between the eyes and between the ears. A slight, moderately broad curve at the stop rather than a pronounced indentation. Cheeks slightly full.

Ears — Small. V-shaped and of moderate thickness, dark preferred. Not set high on the head but somewhat on the side, and dropping forward close to the cheeks. They should not break above the level of the skull.

Eyes — Dark hazel and full of fire and intelligence. Moderate in size, neither prominent nor small and beady.

Muzzle — Short and well filled. A dark muzzle is characteristic and desirable. A few short whiskers are natural to the breed.

Teeth — Strong, with a scissors bite, large in proportion to the size of the dog.

Nose — Black, and of a good size.

Neck — Clean, muscular and only long enough to give a well-balanced appearance. It should gradually widen into the shoulders.

Shoulders — Well laid back and of good length, the blades converging to the withers gradually from a brisket not excessively deep or narrow.

Forelegs

Straight and not too heavy in bone and placed slightly wider than in a Fox Terrier.

Feet — Small and compact. Toes should point forward and be moderately arched with thick pads.

Body

Deep, fairly narrow and of sufficient length to avoid any suggestions of lack of range and agility. Deep ribs carrier well back and not oversprung in view of the desired depth and narrowness of the body. The body should be capable of being spanned by a man’s hands behind the shoulder. Loin strong and the underline fairly straight.

Tail

Moderately short, thick at the base, then tapering. Not set on too high. Carried gaily when at the alert, but not over the back. When at ease, a Border may drop his stern.

Hindquarters

Muscular and racy, with thighs long and nicely molded. Stifles well bent and hock well down.

Coat

A short and dense undercoat covered with a very wiry and somewhat broken top coat which should lie closely, but it must not show any tendency to curl or wave. With such a coat a Border should be able to be exhibited almost in his natural state, nothing more in the way of trimming being needed that a tidying-up of the head, neck and feet.

Hide — Very thick and loose fitting.

Movement

Straight and rhythmical before and behind, with good length of stride and flexing of stifle and hock. The dog should respond to his handler with a gait which is free, agile and quick.

Color

Red, grizzle and tan, blue and tan, or wheaten. A small amount of white may be allowed on the chest but white on the feet should be penalized.

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