Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka Breed Magazine - Showsight

Hindquarters: Angulation of the rear legs is sufficient to produce a level back. Viewed from the rear, the hind legs are straight and parallel, and the hocks are medium in length. They are set a little wider than the front legs. The feet are small and slightly oval shaped with arched, tight toes. Coat: The coat is dense, thick, soft and supple. Undercoat is well-developed. The coat forms large curls (preferred) or may be very wavy. The head has a well-developed beard and moustaches. Lack of beard and moustaches is a disqualification. The coat is never deliberately parted. Hair on top of the head may fall naturally or be held up with a small bow on the top of the head. Feet may be neatened . No other trimming of the coat is allowed. Color: All colors are permitted except white. White markings on the toes and forechest are permitted. A solid white coat or white markings covering more than 20% of the body is a disqualification . Gait: The Tsvetnaya Bolonka moves in a straight line and must be shown at its own natural speed, neither raced nor strung up. The movement should be smooth and flowing with good reach in front and strong rear drive. The tail is carried high and curved over the back or to either side while moving. Temperament: The Tsvetnaya Bolonka is even-tempered, intelligent, friendly to all, and should never be shy or show aggression of any kind. Faults: The foregoing description is that of the ideal Tsvetnaya Bolonka. Any deviation from the above described dog must be penalized to the extent of the deviation. Disqualifications: · Height at withers over 11 inches. · An overshot bite. · An undershot bite where contact with the upper incisors is lost by two or more of the lower incisors. · A short or missing tail. · Lack of beard and moustaches. · A solid white coat or white markings covering more than 20% of the body.

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