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COLLIE DE PELO LARGO (Collie Rough). Estándar-FCI n° 156 ORIGEN: Gran Bretaña. UTILIZACIÓN: Perro de pastor. CLASIFICACIÓN FCI: Grupo 1: Perros ...

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Rough collie (Rough Collie).
FCI-Standard No 156
ORIGIN: Great Britain.
UTILIZATION: Shepherd dog.
CLASSIFICATION FCI: Group 1: Sheepdogs
and Dogs
Boyeros (except boyeros
Section 1: Sheepdogs.
Without working trial.
History: The Rough and Smooth Collie is the
same except for the length of her hair. HE
believes that race has evolved from dogs
originally brought to Scotland by the Romans
and then they have been crossed with the natives.
Purists indicate that slight differences
They appeared as individual breeders
They selected specimens for future upbringings.
But the
reality is that the two races derived from
same set and truly lines
Common can be found in the
present. The Rough Collie is the version
something refined the original work Collie
of collies from the
which they were selected by hundreds of
years. Many dogs can make
their work satisfactorily if they
This simple message is that with all its beauty,
GENERAL APPEARANCE: Appears as a dog
of great beauty, standing with impassive
dignity without anywhere outside
the proportions set. The structure
physical lines of strength and activity,
without being rough or coarse features. expression
it is the most important. This is obtained by
a perfect balance and combination Skull
and snout, size, shape, color and placement
eye, correct position and carriage of
featureless friendly nervousness or aggression.
A great dog
company, friendly, cheerful and active. Good
with children and other dogs.
HEAD: The head properties are
great importance and should be considered in
proportion to the size of the dog. seen
front or in profile head looks like a
blunt wedge with outside lines chiseled
soft. Gradually narrowed sides
and smoothly from the ears to the end
black truffle. Profile view, Part
top of the skull and upper
muzzle form two parallel straight lines
of equal length divided by the stop. A point
medium between the inner angle of the eye
(Which it is the center of a stop correctly
It placed) is the center of balance in the long
of the head. The depth of the skull from
eyebrow to the bottom of the jaw
should never be excessive.
Cranial region:
Skull: Flat.
naso-frontal depression (Stop): Slight but
Nose: Always black.
Muzzle: smooth finish, blunt snout well
rounded, never square. I do not pointed.
Jaws / Teeth: Strong jaws,
lower jaw well clearly defined.
Teeth of good size. Perfect, complete
, regular scissor bite, ie the
upper incisors overlapping lower
in close contact and are implanted
in square to the jaws.
Cheeks: Bones not prominent of cheeks.
Eyes: very important feature giving
a gentle expression.
Medium (never too small) size,
placed slightly oblique, almond shaped
and dark brown, except in
cases where blackbird blue eyes frequently
(One or both or part of one or both) are blue
or stained blue.
Expression full of intelligence with a look
quick and alert when attentive.
Ears: Small, not too together one
with the other at the top of the skull,
not too far apart. At rest porte
is back, but when alert the
carried forward with a semi erect bearing,
ie two thirds of the Octoberfest
erecta ear and upper third forward
naturally, below the horizontal.
NECK: Muscular, strong, medium length
well arched.
BODY: Slightly longer compared to
His height.
Back: Firm.
Loin: Slight rise.
Chest: Deep, rather wide behind
shoulders, ribs well sprung.
TAIL: Long reaching at least until the
hocks. statured when
at rest but with a slight curve towards
up at the end. It may be carried gaily
when you excited but never over
Hair: Mark the outline of the body,
very heavy. Outside hair lank and hard
touch, undercoat soft, plush and
very tight usually covering the skin.
Hair and necklace very abundant, mask and
smooth face, ears smooth to the tip but
with more hair towards the base. Members
previous well covered with long hair, members
Later on hocks profusely
covered with hair but smooth below
the hocks. Hair on the
tail very abundant.
COLOR: sable, sable and white, tricolor
and blue merle.
Cebellina: shading and light golden to
a dark mahogany or shaded sable. highly
undesirable is a clear or cream-colored straw.
Tricolor: Predominantly black with marks
Color intense fire in the limbs and
head. An oxide is highly undesirable dye
hair outside.
Blue merle: Predominantly clear, blue
silver, black splashed and marbled with. HE
intense fire prefer brands but their absence
It should not be penalized. Large black markings,
slate or rust tones both
exterior and interior are highly Hair
Everyone should have the typical white markings
Collie greater or lesser degree.
The following brands are preferred: Necklace
white, whole or in part, white shirt,
legs and feet, white tail tip.
A whitelist on muzzle or skull
or both.
All white or predominantly white is highly
Withers: Males: 56 to 61 cm.
Females: 51 to 56 cm.
Weight: 27 to 34 kg (males), 23 to 29 kg
Although it might seem, the Collie
Longhair is not a simple ornament, is
It adapts well to indoor life but prefers
living in open spaces where you can
run and download all your energy.
It must be taught from puppy not to bark,
since most used to be quite
His precious hair requires brushing
Regular, with twice a week longer enough.
We recommend using a bristle brush
and brush in the direction of hair and
The teeth also need care
continuous but may fall at an early
age. It is often recommended brushing
and encourage gnawing to keep
Collie Longhair good health
although it is likely to develop eye problems
and fur. All children under one year may suffer
elbow dysplasia.
380 to 500 g. complete food diaries
The life expectancy of the rough collie is 14 to 16 years.