BULLDOG

BULLDOG

Model entered in the FCI register under the number 149a (4. II. 1964 r.)

Dogs of this breed, bred in England, come from the same trunk as the mastiff and - as the name suggests - were used for …

PIES ESKIMOSKI

PIES ESKIMOSKI

Canadian model entered in the FCI register under the number 211 (25. WE. 1959 r.)

He is a rather rare visitor at exhibitions, but - like other draft dogs - it is beginning to be popular in European sports cynology. In Western countries …

BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG

BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG (BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG)

Pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 45a (27. XI. 1963 r.)

This dog comes from Switzerland. In our country, he is briefly called the Bernese Mountain Dog.

Head. Flat skull cover, leading edge slightly marked, die silna, lips not very …

BORDEAUX DOG

BORDEAUX DOG

The revised standard entered in the FCI register under the number 116b (7.WE. 1971 r.)

This dog is scientifically classified as molossed - short-headed, and used as a guard and guard dog.

General impression. Dog de Bordeaux is a powerful colossus, …

PYRENEAN PIES

PYRENEAN PIES

French pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 137 (2. VII. 1959 r.)

It is a great specimen of a former shepherd dog, today a defender and representative. Similar to Italian maremmano, and also to Kuvasz and our Tatra Sheepdog, but it is bigger, …

LEONBERGER

LEONBERGER

German model entered in the FCI register under the number 145a (28. I. 1964 r.)

Its name comes from the city of Leonberg in Württemberg. It was created as a result of the crossing of Bernards, waterwalkers and Pyrenean shepherd dogs. He appears as a guest at our exhibitions.

It marks …