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哈士奇的介紹

我想找哈士奇的資料

大約的介紹以及最重要的是

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    Siberian Husky(台灣翻譯成哈士奇) Breed Standard

    Working Group

    General Appearance

    The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog, quick and light on his feet and free and graceful in action. His moderately compact and well furred body, erect ears and brush tail suggest his Northern heritage. His characteristic gait is smooth and seemingly effortless. He performs his original function in harness most capably, carrying a light load at a moderate speed over great distances. His body proportions and form reflect this basic balance of power, speed and endurance. The males of the Siberian Husky breed are masculine but never coarse; the bitches are feminine but without weakness of structure. In proper condition, with muscle firm and well developed, the Siberian Husky does not carry excess weight

    Size, Proportion, Substance

    Height--Dogs, 21 to 23½ inches at the withers. Bitches, 20 to 22 inches at the withers. Weight--Dogs, 45 to 60 pounds. Bitches, 35 to 50 pounds. Weight is in proportion to height. The measurements mentioned above represent the extreme height and weight limits with no preference given to either extreme. Any appearance of excessive bone or weight should be penalized. In profile, the length of the body from the point of the shoulder to the rear point of the croup is slightly longer than the height of the body from the ground to the top of the withers. Disqualification--Dogs over 23½ inches and bitches over 22 inches.

    2007-01-01 15:24:25 補充:

    再給妳幾個網站去參考一下吧

    http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/siberianhusky.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siberian_Husky

    http://www.huskycolors.com/

    http://www.siberianrescue.com/

    http://www.shca.org/

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  • 1 decade ago

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    Siberian Husky

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    In Canada, a Husky is any sled dog with a husky bark. Originating in northern Siberia, the Siberian Husky, which is probably descended from the wolf, was developed by the native Chukchi tribe. In 1909, the breed was introduced in Canada to be used in sled dog races. The first standard was published in 1930, and the first American Siberian Husky Club was formed in 1938. The breed arrived in Europe in 1950 and was recognized by the FCI in 1966. Since their introduction in France in 1972, the Siberian Husky has experienced a remarkable rise in popularity.

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    Sled dog (light loads at moderate speeds over great distances). Pet.

    Head :

    Not heavy. Skull slightly rounded on the top. Very pronounced stop. Muzzle of moderate length. Dark lips. Nose blends with coat color.

    Ears :

    Medium size, triangular. Carried erect, set high and close together. Thick and well furred.

    Eyes :

    Almond shape, set slightly oblique. Brown or blue color. One eye of each color or parti-colored eyes permissible.

    Body :

    Moderately compact. Arched neck carried proudly erect when dog is standing. When trotting, neck is extended forward so that head is carried slightly forward. Deep and strong, but not too broad. Taut, lean loin. Sloped croup, though never steeply sloped. Straight, solid, moderately long back

    Tail :

    Richly clad, carried above the level of the back in a sickle curve.

    Hair :

    Medium length, straight and somewhat smooth-lying. Never harsh. Dense, soft undercoat.

    Coat :

    Any color from black to solid white is acceptable. A variety of markings and striking patterns is common.

    Size :

    Dog: 54 to 60 cm (21-23.5 in).Bitch: 51 to 56 cm ( 20-22 in).

    Weight :

    Dog: 20 to 28 kg (45-60 lb).Bitch: 15.7 to 23 kg (35-50 lb).

    Group :

    Spitz and primitive types

    Source(s): Aniwa.com
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