Garspalvainais kollijs / Колли длинношерстный

Garspalvainais kollijs / Колли длинношерстный

Сообщение Admin » 18 июл 2013, 16:21

22.11.2012/EN
FCI-Standard N° 156
COLLIE (ROUGH)

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ORIGIN: Great Britain.
DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE OFFICIAL VALID
STANDARD: 08.10.2012.

UTILIZATION: Sheepdog.
FCI-CLASSIFICATION: Group 1 Sheepdogs and Cattle
Dogs (except Swiss
Cattle Dogs).
Section 1 Sheepdogs.
Without working trial.

BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY: The rough and the smooth
Collie is the same with the exception of coat length. The breed is
thought to have evolved from dogs brought originally to Scotland by
the Romans which then mated with native types. Purists may point
to subtle differences which have appeared as individual breeders
selected stock for future breeding, but the fact remains that the two
breeds derived very recently from the same stock and, in truth, share
lines which can be found in common to this day. The Rough Collie
is the somewhat refined version of the original working collie of the
Scottish shepherd, from which it has been selected over at least a
hundred years. Many of the dogs can still perform satisfactorily at
work, offered the chance. The basic message is that for all his
beauty, the Collie is a worker.
GENERAL APPEARANCE: Appears as a dog of great beauty,
standing with impassive dignity, with no part out of proportion to
whole. Physical structure on lines of strength and activity, free from
cloddiness and with no trace of coarseness. Expression most
important. In considering relative values it is obtained by perfect
balance and combination of skull and foreface, size, shape, colour
and placement of eyes, correct position and carriage of ears.

BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT: Friendly disposition with no
trace of nervousness or aggressiveness. A great companion dog,
friendly, happy and active, good with children and other dogs.
HEAD: Head properties of great importance must be considered in
proportion to size of dog. Viewed from front or side, head resembles
a well-blunted clean wedge, being smooth in outline. Sides taper
gradually and smoothly from ears to end of black nose. Viewed in
profile, top of skull and top of muzzle lie in two parallel straight
lines of equal length divided by the stop. A mid-point between inside
corner of eyes (which is centre of a correctly placed stop) is centre of
balance in length of head. Depth of skull from brow to underpart of
jaw never excessive (deep through).
CRANIAL REGION:
Skull: Flat.
Stop: Slight, but perceptible.
FACIAL REGION:
Nose: Always black.
Muzzle: End of smooth, well rounded muzzle blunt, never square.
Not pinched.
Jaws / Teeth: Jaws strong, under-jaw clean cut. Teeth of good size.
A perfect, regular and complete scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely
overlapping lower teeth and set square to the jaws.
Cheeks: Cheekbones not prominent.
EYES: Very important feature giving sweet expression. Medium
size (never very small) set somewhat obliquely, of almond-shape
and dark brown colour, except in the case of blue merles when eyes
are frequently (one or both, or part of one or both) blue or blueflecked. Expression full of intelligence, with quick, alert look when
listening.

EARS: Small, not too close together on top of skull, nor too far
apart. In repose carried thrown back, but on alert brought forward
and carried semi-erect, that is, with approximately two-thirds of ear
standing erect, top third tipping forward naturally, below horizontal.
NECK: Muscular, powerful, of fair length, well arched.
BODY: Slightly long compared with height.
Back: Firm.
Loin: Slight rise.
Chest: Deep; fairly broad behind shoulders; ribs well sprung.
TAIL: Long with bone reaching at least to hock joint. Carried low
when quiet but with slight upward swirl at tip. May be carried gaily
when excited, but never over back.
LIMBS
FOREQUARTERS:
Shoulder: Sloping and well angulated.
Elbow: Neither turned in nor out.
Forearm: Forelegs straight and muscular, with moderate amount of
round bone.
Forefeet: Oval; soles well padded. Toes arched and close together.
HINDQUARTERS:
Thigh: Muscular.
Stifle (Knee): Well bent.
Lower thigh: Clean and sinewy.
Hock joint: well let down and powerful.
Hind feet: Oval; soles well padded. Toes arched and close together.
Slightly less arched than forefeet.

GAIT / MOVEMENT: Distinctly characteristic in this breed. A
sound dog is never out at the elbow, yet moves with front feet
comparatively close together. Plaiting, crossing or rolling is highly
undesirable.
Hind legs from hock joint to ground when viewed from rear to be
parallel but not too close; when viewed from side, action is smooth.
Hind legs powerful with plenty of drive. A reasonably long stride is
desirable and should be light and appear effortless. Absolute
soundness essential.
COAT:
Hair: Fits outline of body, very dense. Outer coat straight and harsh
to touch, undercoat soft, furry and very close almost hiding the skin;
mane and frill very abundant, mask and face smooth, ears smooth at
tips, but carrying more hair towards base, front legs well feathered,
hind legs above hocks profusely feathered, but smooth below hock
joint. Hair on tail very profuse.
Colour: Sable, Tricolour and Blue Merle.
Sable: any shade of light gold to rich mahogany or shaded sable.
Light straw or cream coloured highly undesirable.
Tricolour: predominantly black with rich tan markings about legs
and head. A rusty tinge in top coat highly undesirable.
Blue Merle: predominantly clear, silvery blue, splashed and marbled
with black. Rich tan markings preferred, but absence should not be
penalised. Large black markings, slate colour, or rusty tinge either of
top or undercoat are highly undesirable.
All should carry typical white Collie markings to a greater or lesser
degree. Following markings are favourable – white collar, full or
part, white shirt, legs and feet, white tail tip. A blaze may be carried
on muzzle or skull, or both. All white or predominantly white is
highly undesirable.
SIZE:
Height at the withers: Males: 56 – 61 cms. Females: 51 – 56 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.
N.B:
• Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully
descended into the scrotum.
• Only functionally and clinically healthy dogs, with breed typical
conformation, should be used for breeding.
The latest amendments are in bold characters.

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Re: Garspalvainais kollijs / Колли длинношерстный

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STANDARD OF THE ROUGH COLLIE (FCI No.156/19.10.1988)
Characteristics:
To enable the Collie to fulfill a natural bent for sheepdog work, its physical structure should be on the lines of strength and activity, free from cloddiness and without any trace of coarseness. Expression, one of the most important points in considering relative values, is obtained by the perfect balance and combination of skull and foreface; size, shape, colour and placement of eye, correct position and carriage of ears.

General Appearance:

The Collie should instantly appeal as a dog of great beauty, standing with impassive dignity, with no part out of proportion to the whole.

Head and Skull:
The head properties are of great importance and must be considered in proportion to the size of the dog. When viewed from the front or the side the head bears a general resemblance to a well-blunted clean wedge, being smooth in outline. The skull should be flat. The sides should taper gradually and smoothly from the ears to the end of the black nose, without prominent cheek bones or pinched muzzle. Viewed in profile the top of the skull and the top of the muzzle lie in two parallel, straight lines of equal length, divided by a slight, but perceptible "stop" or break. A mid-point between the inside corner of the eyes (which is the centre of a correctly placed "stop") is the centre of balance in length of head. The end of the smooth, well-rounded muzzle is blunt, but not square. The under-jaw is strong, clean cut and the depth of the skull from the brow to the underpart of the jaw, must never be excessive (deep through). Whatever the colour of the dog, the nose must be black.

Eyes:
These are a very important feature and give a sweet expression to the dog. They should be of medium size, set somewhat obliquely, of almond shape and of dark brown colour, except in the case of blue merles when the eyes are frequently (one or both, or part of one or both), blue or blue flecked. Expression full of intelligence, with a quick, alert look when listening.

Ears:
These should be small and not too close together on top of the skull, not too much to the side of the head. When in repose they should be carried thrown back, but when on the alert brought forward and carried semi-erect, i.e., with approximately two-thirds of the ear standing erect, the top third tipping forward naturally, below the horizontal.

Mouth:
The teeth should be of good size, with the lower incissors fitting closely behind the upper incissors; a very slight space not to be regarded as a serious fault.

Neck:
The neck should be muscular, powerful, of fair length and well arched.

Forequarters:
The shoulders should be sloped and well-angulated. The forelegs should be straight and muscular, neither in nor out at elbows, with a moderate amount of bone.

Body:
The body should be a trifle long compared to the height, back firm with a slight rise over the loins; ribs well-sprung, chest deep and fairly broad behind the shoulders.

Hindquarters:
The hind legs should be muscular at the thighs, clean and sinewy below, with well bent stifles. Hocks well let-down and powerful.

Feet:
These should be oval in shape with soles well padded, toes arched and close together. The hind feet slightly less arched.

Gait:
Movement is a distinct characteristic of this breed. A sound dog is never out at elbow, yet it moves with its front feet comparatively close together. Plaiting, crossing or rolling are highly undesirable. The hind legs, from the hock joint to the ground, when viewed from the rear, should be parallel. The hind legs should be powerful and full of drive. Viewed from the side the action is smooth. A reasonably long stride is desirable and this should be light and appear quite effortless.

Tail:
The tail should be long with the bone reaching at least to the hock joint. To be carried low when the dog is quiet, but with a slight upward swirl at the tip. It may be carried gaily when the dog is excited, but not over the back.

Coat:
The coat should fit the outline of the dog and be very dense. The outer coat straight and harsh to the touch, the undercoat soft, furry and very close, so close as to almost hide the skin. The mane and frill should be very abundant; the mask or face, smooth, also the ears at the tips, but they should carry more hair towards the base; the forelegs well feathered, the hind legs above the hocks profusely so, but smooth below. Hair on the tail very profuse.

Colour:
The three recognised colours are sable and white, tricolour and blue merle.
Sable: Any shade from light gold to rich mahogany or shaded sable. Light straw or cream colour is highly undesirable.
Tricolour: Predominantly black with rich tan markings about the legs and head. A rusty tinge in the top coat is highly undesirable.
Blue Merle: Predominantly clear, silvery blue, splashed and marbled with black. Rich tan markings to be preferred, but their absence should not be counted as a fault. Large black markings, slate colour, or a rusty tinge either of the top or undercoat are highly undesirable.
White Markings: All the above may carry the typical white Collie markings to a greater or lesser degree. The following markings are favourable - White collar, full or part; white shirt, legs and feet; white tail tip. A blaze may be carried on muzzle or skull or both.

Weight and Size:
Dogs: 55.8 - 60.9 cm (22 - 24 inch) at shoulder. Bitches: 50.8 - 55.8 cm (20 - 22 inch) at shoulder.
Dogs: 20.4 - 29.4 kg (45 - 65 lb). Bitches: 18.1 - 24.9 kg (40 - 55 lb).

Faults:
Length of head apparently out of proportion to body; receding skull or unbalanced head to be strongly condemned. Weak, snipy muzzle; domed skull; high peaked occiput, prominent cheek bones; dish-faced or Roman-nosed; undershot or overshot mouth; missing teeth; round or light coloured and glassy or staring eyes are highly objectionable. Body flat sided, short or cobby; straight shoulder or stifle; out at elbow; crooked forearms; cow-hocks or straight hocks, large, open or hare feet; feet turned in or out; long, weak pasterns; tail short, kinked or twisted to one side or carried over the back; a soft, silky or wavy coat or insufficient undercoat; prick ears, low-set ears; nervousness.

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