Tipps Für Rassen

One of the oldest of breeds originating in Scotland and Northern England, the Collie was seen and sponsored by Queen Victoria and thus went from being just the Shepherd's Dog to a loving family dog to even the royal and rich.

The Setter of the Emerald Isle - What a joy to behold this flash, red fellow with his big gait, driving smoothly from the rear with that vision of length and strength from hip to hock. His is a glamorous silhouette, and a good one presented beautifully, is darned hard to go past in the show ring. The Irish Setter...

Ein relativer Neuling in der Showzene. Der Havaneser ist eine engagierte Rasse, die den Ausstellern viel Freude bereitet. Immer mehr ist diese Rasse auf Ausstellungen zu finden. Schon oft habe ich am Ring diese kleine kubanische Rasse, die zuerst in Amerika und nun im Rest der Welt zuhause ist, beobachtet. Wie es bei allen Neuen ist, gibt es hier...

Der schöne Amerikanische Cocker Spaniel mit seinen fließenden Federn und elegantem Aussehen ist sicherlich sehr schön im Show Ring anzusehen. Ein hübscher kleiner Hund und der kleinste der "Gundog Rassen" . Der Amerikanische Cocker Spaniel ist eine Herausforderung an die Geduld des "Groomers". Um einen Amerikanischen Cocker Spaniel her zu richten,...

Over the years it seems the most requests for assistance with coat grooming are from the Cavalier exhibitors. This delightful breed seems to elicit all sorts of questions from all over the world and the recent Crufts was no exception. As the standard calls for a longish silky coat that is free from curl with plenty of feathering, there is...

A relative newcomer to the show circuit, the Chinese Crested has nonetheless been a distinct and known breed for centuries, traveling with the Chinese sailors of old to the far-flung corners of the earth, emerging under various names as far back as the 15th century in South America and Mexico. Finding great favour with the ancient mariners, this...

This merry and inquisitive little powder puff of a dog has been around in much the same form for hundreds of years traded by the early Spanish sailors around the Mediterranean and taken eventually by Italian sailors to the continent where it found favour amongst the Spanish Infantas and Nobility. Originally known as either the Bichon or Teneriffe,...

This little "lamb chop" of the Terrier group is quite the wolf in sheep's clothing! Never one to pick a fight, he will nonetheless, not walk away from it either. As with most Terriers, he originated as someone's fancy for ratting or vermin catching and grew to family living status and also recognition with a breed club back in 1877 in England....

This breed is gaining popularity at shows around the globe. This hardy and active working dog ancestry tells you his coat has to be able to withstand a fairly rigorous and cold climate. The Beardie has a double coat with a soft furry undercoat and a close, harsh textured flat outer coat. It ought to fall naturally to either side...