• Feb 24, 2020

Standard of breed Pekinese of FCI No. 207/05.06.2009

APPLICATION

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FCI CLASSIFICATION

Group 9. Conceal also dogs partners.
Section 7. Japanese chin and Pekinese.

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Without working tests.

GENERAL VIEW

Lion's appearance with attentive and clever expression of a muzzle. Small, well balanced, moderately thickset with huge self-respect and superiority. Any manifestations of trouble breathing or impossibility to show healthy movements are inadmissible and have to be punished strictly. Wool should not be excessively dense and long.

BEHAVIOUR/TEMPERAMENT

Fearless, devoted, haughty, not shy and not aggressive.

HEAD

Quite large, on the proportions wider, than deep.

CRANIAL PART

Skull: Moderately volume, wide and flat between ears not dome-shaped wide between eyes.

Stop: Accurate.

FRONT PART

Black pigmentation of a lobe of a nose, lips and an inking of eyes is obligatory.

Nose: Nose lobe not too short, wide nostrils big and open. The small (easy) fold, preferably faltering, can last from cheekbones to a nose back in the form of wide turned by "V". It never has to block eyes or a lobe of a nose, or it is somehow adverse to influence them. The narrowed nostrils or excessive folds are inadmissible and have to be punished strictly.

Muzzle: It has to be obviously noticeable though can be rather short and wide. Strong lower jaw.

Lips: Lips are adjacent, do not hide well expressed chin language or teeth should not be visible.

Eyes: Clear, roundish, dark and brilliant, not too large. Free from obvious eye problems.

Ears: A cloth of ears of a heart-shaped form ears are put at the level of the top line of a skull, densely adjoin to the head, on length do not go down for the lower line of a muzzle. On ears long magnificent tows.

NECK

Quite short and thick.

CASE

Quite short with the expressed waist.

Line of top: Straight line.

Breast: Wide, with well curved edges, it is lowered between front extremities.

TAIL

It is put highly, touches a back, will throw on a back or sideways. With the long decorating wool.

FRONT EXTREMITIES

General view: Quite short, thick, with strong frame. Well costs on paws, does not "fall" on pyast. Absolute health is necessary.

Shovels:

Shoulders: Are inclined back and adjoin to the case enough.

Elbows: Adjoin to the case.

Forearms: Forearms can be a little bent between pyastyam and elbows, giving space for edges.

Pyasti: Slightly inclined, strong are also located not too closely to each other.

Forepaws: Big and flat, not roundish. Can be slightly developed outside. Significantly the paws twisted outside have to be punished strictly.

BACK EXTREMITIES

General view: Hind legs strong, with good muscles, but slightly easier than lobbies. Excessively close put back extremities have to be punished strictly. Moderate corners of joints. Absolute health is necessary.

Knees: Are well expressed.

Skakatelny joints: Strong, low lowered.

Hinder legs: Large and flat, not roundish. Hinder legs are directed strictly forward.

GAITS/MOVEMENTS

Frontally rolled gait is characteristic slow, full of advantage. Typical movements cannot be confused with rolling because of weakness of shoulders or other problems with health. Any weakness of shoulders or elbows, as well as any signs of an illness of paws and pyasty, have to be punished strictly. Excessive wool on the case should not obstruct traffic.

WOOL COVER

Moderately long, direct, with the plentiful mane forming the collar which is not stretching further shovels around a neck. Integumentary wool rough underfur dense and soft. Tows on ears, back side of extremities, a tail and paws. Length and volume of wool should not hinder the movements of a dog and should not hide body contours. Excessive wool has to be punished strictly.

COLOUR

Any colors and marks are admissible and equivalent, except for albinos and a hepatic color. Spotty colors — "party-colours" — with evenly distributed spots.

SIZES AND WEIGHT

Ideal weight does not exceed 5 kg for dogs and 5.4 kg for a bough. Dogs have to look small, but to be surprisingly heavy when they are lifted. The strong frame and the strong building are very important in breed.

 the Pekinese at a photo exhibition

On a photo: a Pekinese at an exhibition. Photo: google.by

SHORTCOMINGS/DEFECTS

Any deviation from above-mentioned provisions should be considered as shortcoming/defect, and gravity with which this shortcoming / defect is estimated, has to correspond in proportion to degree of its expressiveness and also its influence on health and wellbeing of a dog.

The DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS

• Aggression or cowardice.

• Any dog who is obviously showing physical or behavioural deviations has to be disqualified.

Note: Dogs have to have two obviously normal testicles which are completely lowered in a scrotum.

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