Blue Picardy Spaniel Breed Standard

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Blue Picardy Spaniel

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Quite low to the ground dog, well built for the job.  General appearance on the whole, a true Picardy Spaniel.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Show Sites

Kennel Club USA and the American Rare Breed Association are looking for good show venues.Call Robert at 301-868-5718 if you know of a good show site!

Conformation

The American Rare Breed Association conducts approximately 30 conformation dog shows accross the United States.

ARBA is looking for show venues.  Please send your suggestion of a show site by email to robert@arba.org

Coton De Tulear

This breed is a Coton De Tulear, which is in our Group Nine.  The breed is a lovely breed and a great Companion. The ideal coat is cottny or fluffy rather than silky. Coton of course, translates to " cot-ton".  The outer coat is long and white, no undercoat is present. 

Stewards

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Blue Picardy Spaniel Breed Standard


 

FCI-Standard N° 106 / 07. 09. 1998 / GB

BLUE PICARDY SPANIEL

(Epagneul bleu de Picardie)

 

TRANSLATION : Mrs. Peggy Davis.

 

ORIGIN : France.

 

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 24.06.1987.

 

UTILIZATION : Pointing dog.

 

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. :      Group  7 Pointing Dogs. Section 1.2Continental Pointing Dogs; « Spaniel » type.  With working trial.

 

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Quite low to the ground dog, well built for the job.  General appearance on the whole, a true Picardy Spaniel.

 

HEAD 

CRANIAL REGION :

Skull : Oval, relatively wide without prominent parietal bones, occipital crest slightly visible.

Stop : Moderately accentuated but marked.

 

FACIAL REGION :

Nose : Broad, well open nostrils.

Muzzle : Long and quite broad.

Lips : Wide and pendulous forming a distinctly square muzzle.

Eyes : Calm expression; eyes dark, large, well open.

Leathers : Must be set slightly above the eye level, quite thick, framing the head; beautiful wavy silky hair; the leather stretched in its length must reach the tip of the muzzle.

 

NECK : Well set.  A slight dewlap is permitted.

 

BODY :

Back and loin : Not too long, well sustained.

Croup : Rather a little falling away.

Chest : Of medium depth.

Ribs : Harmoniously sprung and descending to elbow level.

 

TAIL : Not extending too much beyond the hock and definitely without a hook.

 

LIMBS  

FOREQUARTERS :

Shoulder and upper arm : Slightly oblique.

Forearm : Strong and well muscled.

Forefoot : Round, a little broad but not flat, well furnished with hair in between tightly closed toes.

 

HINDQUARTERS :

Upper thighs : Well muscled.

Lower thighs : Long and furnished with profuse fringes.

Hocks : Bent without exaggeration and furnished with fringes from the hock to the foot.

Hind foot : Round, a little broad but not flat, well furnished with hair in between tightly closed toes.

 

COAT  

HAIR : Flat; or slightly wavy: legs and tail well furnished with fringes.

 

COLOUR : Grey black speckled forming a bluish shade, with black patches.

 

SIZE   :

Height at the withers : 57 to 60 cm for the males, a little less for the females.

 

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.

Skull : Too narrow-lacking chiselling.

Muzzle : Pointed.

Eye : Light and too small.

Leather : Short, set too high and too thin.

Chest : Ribs too flat or too round.

Foot : Flat, splayed or too broad.

 

Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

 

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

 

 

 



 

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