C.S.R. Blue Book of Dogdom, Volum 9


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Side 165 - ... branches, leaving plenty of space for the tongue and for the attachment of the lower lips, which should completely conceal the teeth. It should also be turned up or "finished...
Side 149 - Neck short, thick and muscular ; strongly set on sloping shoulders. Chest broad in comparison to the size of the dog, and proportionately deep.
Side 74 - The feather on the upper portion of the ears should be long and silky ; on the back of fore and hind legs long and fine ; a fair amount of hair on the belly, forming a nice fringe, which may extend on chest and throat. Feet to be well feathered between the toes.
Side 147 - Muzzle very powerful, and gradually tapering towards the nose, which should always be black and of good size. The jaws should be perfectly level and the teeth square, though the nose projects somewhat over the mouth, which gives the impression of the upper jaw being longer than the under one. Eyes set wide apart, of a dark brown or hazel colour ; small, piercing, very bright, and rather sunken.
Side 136 - ... little or no appearance of ankle in front. They should be strong in bone throughout, short and straight in pastern. Both fore- and hindlegs should be carried straight forward in traveling, the stifles not turned outward.
Side 136 - He will then attain the highest degree of propelling power, together with the greatest length of stride that is compatible with the length of his body. Weight is not a certain criterion of a terrier's fitness for his work — general shape, size, and contour are the main points ; and if a dog can gallop and stay, and follow his fox up a drain, it matters little what his weight is to a pound or so. Though, roughly speaking, it may be said he should not scale over 2olb. in show condition.
Side 75 - The colour should be a rich golden chestnut, with no trace whatever of black ; white on chest, throat or toes, or a small star on the forehead, or a narrow streak or blaze on the nose or face not to disqualify.
Side 163 - In mixed classes where whole-coloured and parti-coloured Pomeranians compete together, the preference should — if in other points they are equal — be given to the whole-coloured specimens.
Side 32 - ... (at the stop), must be greater than the length of the muzzle. The bridge of the muzzle is not arched, but straight, and in some good dogs slightly broken. From the stop over the entire bridge of the muzzle to the nose runs a rather wide, well-marked, shallow furrow. The flews of the upper jaw are strongly developed, not cut at right angles, but turning with a graceful curve into the lower edge, and are slightly overhanging. The flews of the lower jaw must not be pendant. The teeth, in proportion...
Side 118 - The skull should be very large, and in circumference, in front of the ears, should measure at least the height of the dog at the shoulders. Viewed from the front, it should appear very high from the corner of the lower jaw to the apex of the skull, and also very broad and square.

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