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C'Doggie Berankovi

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Flushtimes Love Me Please Love Me

äg Pethra Davidsson

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Nordic Winner 15 Nordic Junior Winner 15

Flushtimes Je Suis Un Homme

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SEW 12 ,SEJW12, SEW 13 , DKW 13  DKCH

 LOGPOINT FABIENNE

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Den tredje Porcelainen i Sverige ägs av min dotter Pethra o hennes familj.

C'Delphi Berankovi

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LOGPOINT FABIENNE

BIR STOCKHOLM INT

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C'DOGGIE BERANKOVI

Breeder Svatava Berankova CZ

co-owned with K Wilde

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SEW  SEJW Logpoint Fabienne    PORCELAINE

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RASEN KALLAS OCKSÅ  /  THE BREED IS ALSO KNOWN AS

CHIEN DU FRANCHE- COMTÉ




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Bourbonnais Du Pays Des Maitres Sonneur   /   Bastille Du Pays

Des Maitres Sonneur

Funny är uppfödd av Heikki Pentoperä Kennel Logpoint i

Finland

Efter franska föräldrar

 

Logpoint Fabienne ,Funny,är utställd flera gånger med BIRvalp som resultat.

Växjö Int   Från Juniorklassen  CK o BIR      Eva Jönsson

Mjölby Valp  BIRvalp o BIG 2               Anna Lena Munkvall

SWEDISH WINNER 2012  

CK BOB/BIR   SWEDISH JUNIOR WINNER  SWEDISH WINNER

Judge Paula Rekiranta

Funny är idag Int Utställningschampion CIE

Dansk Utställningschampion

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Porcelaine är en smidig hundras som används för lös packjakt på hare,hjort och vildsvin i Frankrike. En jaktform som är förbjuden i Sverige. 

Rasen är placerad direkt under SKK ,vilket innebär att den har ingen specialklubbstillhörighet i Sverige. Därmed finns det heller inget jaktprov för rasen.

Vi kommer att använda Funny till viltspår. Så hoppas vi på ,att fler hundintresserade upptäcker denna underbara ras, så vi får fler individer i Sverige.

Fler individer  = Egen rasklubb och större möjlighet att påverka rasens framtid

 

Här kan ni lyssna till ett Porcelaine skall!

 

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Breed Standard FCI

FCI-Standard N°30    / 22.04.1997  GB

 

PORCELAINE

 

 

 

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TRANSLATION : Brought up to date by Dr. Paschoud.

 

ORIGIN : France.

 

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 19.10.1964.

 

UTILIZATION : Scenthound.

 

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. : Group 6              Scenthounds and                                   related breeds.

                                             Section 1.2          Medium sized hounds

                                             With working trial.

 

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Hunting dog for small game ( driving game to waiting guns ), very distinguished, very French looking and showing top quality in all details of its structure.

 

HEAD : Must be very typical, lean and finely sculptured ; rather long altogether. 

 

CRANIAL REGION :

Skull : Wide at the top between the leathers, occipital protuberance rounded.  The forehead is flat, with a median furrow not too much marked.

Stop : Marked, without exaggeration.

 

FACIAL REGION :

Nose : Well developed and very black.  Nostrils well open.

Muzzle : Of good length, neither square nor pointed; the nasal bridge, at first straight, ends very slightly arched.

Lips : The upper lip covers the lower without being drooping or thick.  Mucous membranes black.

Eyes : Normally developed, dark in appearance, well sheltered under the superciliary arches.  Expression intelligent and sweet.

Leahters : Leather thin, well curled inwards, ending rather in a point, reaching the end of the muzzle.  Set on narrow, never above the line of the eye.

 

NECK : Fairly long, light, showing a little dewlap of tense and lean appearance.

 

BODY

Back : Withers well prominent, back broad and straight.

Loins : Wide, very muscular, well coupled, not excessive in length.

Croup : Slightly slanting; haunches placed well apart and slightly prominent.

Chest : Average width, but deep.

Ribs : Corresponding to the chest described above, rather long without being flat.

Flanks : Slightly tucked up, but full.

 

TAIL : Well attached, fairly strong at the root, thinning at the tip, of average length.  Without any longer and coarser, slightly offstanding hairs ( like ears of grain ).  Carried slightly curved.

 

LIMBS

 

FOREQUARTERS : Forelegs fairly long, lean but not too fine; straight and parallel; tendons well attached.

Shoulders : Constructed for gallop, long, well sloping, well muscled without being heavy. 

Feet : Typical for a French hound, with rather elongated and fine but tight toes; pads hard and tough.

 

HINDQUARTERS

Thighs : Well descending; muscles very apparent and clean; of moderately strong development.

Hocks : Strong and well let down, normally angulated. 

 

GAIT/MOVEMENT : Lively and gay; gallop light and tireless.

 

SKIN : Fine and supple, marbled with numerous black spots.

 

COAT

 

HAIR : Smooth, thin, close lying and shining ; without bare patches. 

 

COLOUR : Very white, with roundish orange spots, never extended to a mantle.  These spots usually superimpose other black pigmented spots of the skin.  Orange ticking on the ears is highly characteristic of the breed.

Height :For dogs       between                      55 and 58 cm( 22 to 23,5 inches)

            For bitches   between                      53 and 56 cm( 21,5 to 22,5 inches)

 

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 and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.

 

ELIMINATING FAULTS :

  • Aggressive or overly shy.
  • Lack of type.
  • Eyes or nose light; excessive lack of pigment.
  • Tail furnished with some longer and coarser, slightly offstanding hairs ( like ears of grain).
  • Coat harsh and thick.
  • Orange mantle.
  • Orange spots too bright, tending to mahogany, greyish or mingled with black hairs.  Distinct orange spots but too pale, and even the absence of spots are not sought after, but are not considered as a eliminatory fault.
  • Excess or lack of height at withers.  An exeption may be made for males which, excelling in their quality and therefore capable of being used at stud, reach the maximum height of 60 cm                    (24 inches).
  • Any fault affecting the utilization of the dog, as rickets, lack of a correct stance, insufficient reach of the movement.

 

 

 

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.

English breed info

 

The name Porcelaine refers to its shining coat, which makes it look like a porcelain statuette. During its heyday in the 1700s, the Porcelaine was considerably larger than the modern breed of today. It is a very distinguished-looking dog with a finely chiseled head, a black nose with wide-open nostrils, and a flat forehead. Its eyes are dark with a sweet expression. The ears are thin, conical and pointed. The neck is long and slender, and the tail is hefty at the base but narrowing to a point at the end. The skin should be pink with sparse black mottling that shows up through the white coat. From a distance it gives an impression of pale blue glass. The solid white coat is composed of very fine hair of miraculously short length. The color can be interrupted by orange spots on the body but especially on its notable, sizeable ears.

Temperament

 

The Porcelaine is an energetic and fierce hunter, but gentle at home and easy to handle. It is good with other dogs and children. This friendly hound is vigorous and tireless with a wonderful sense of smell and a musical voice. It is a hound used for hunting in packs for all types of wild game. Because these dogs hunt together without orders from their owner, they have developed into very independent dogs which are brave and very sociable. This is one of the few French hunting dogs that has overcome the confines of its native land and aroused interest abroad. Given the proper activities and exercise, this is an ideal fellow for the home. Without enough mental and/or physical exercise this dog can become high-strung and/or distractible. If it senses its owners are not as strong minded as itself,  it will become a bit willful as it will believe it needs to be the leader of the relationship. It will bark at suspicious noises, but it is not a watchdog. Hunting instincts develop early. Puppies, even at eight weeks old, often display pointing behavior. Proper human to canine communication is essential.

Height, Weight

 

Height: Males 22 - 23 inches (56 - 58½ cm) Females 21 - 22 inches (53½ - 56 cm)

Weight:  55 - 62 pounds (25 - 27.9 kg)

Health Problems

 

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Living Conditions

 

The Porcelaine is not recommended for apartment life.

Exercise

 

This breed needs a lot of exercise, including a daily, long, brisk walk or jog. While out on the walk the dog must be made to heel beside or behind the person holding the lead, as instinct tells a dog the leader leads the way, and that leader needs to be the human.

Life Expectancy

 

About 12-13 years

Grooming

 

The glossy white coat is easy to care for.

Origin

 

Believed to be the oldest of the French scenthounds, the Porcelaine is also known as the Chien de Franche-Comté, after a former French region bordering Switzerland. Following the French Revolution (1789-1799), examples of the Porcelaine were found at the Franco-Swiss border, leading to confusion over whether it is of French or Swiss origin. However, the breed is recognized as French, and is thought to descend from the English Harrier, the now-extinct Montaimboeuf, as well as some smaller Laufhunds of Switzerland. The breed has been recorded in France since 1845 and in Switzerland since 1880, when the first hunting packs were established. At one point after the French Revolution, the breed actually disappeared but was "reconstructed" and now stands on solid ground. The Porcelaine is mainly used for hunting hare and roe deer in packs and is found mostly in France. They are not known outside France, Switzerland and Italy. They also hunt wild boar (in the north).

Group

 

Hound

Recognition

 

FCI, NKC, APRI, ACR, DRA