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The Cesky Fousek or or Ceska Fouska for a female is a medium sized, wirehaired, noble pointer, whose general appearance shows strength and endurance. It is a multipurpose dog with inherent qualities for field and water, as well as for work in woodland. In spite of his innate sharpness to vermine, he is easily trained and very devoted to his mater. The lean, somewhat narrow and long head is set high on the neck. The muzzle is somewhat longer than the skull and the nasal bridge is moderately arched (Ram’s nose). Skull : In the upper part of the forehead and the cranial region moderately domed and slightly rounded, somewhat broader in dogs than in bitches. The superciliary arches clearly defined and pronounced so that they emphasize the impression of angularity of the head and form deeper eye sockets. The occiput is barely noticeable. Stop : Moderate, yet marked towards the forehead. Nose : Broad with open sensitive nostrils. The color of the nose leather must always be dark brown. Muzzle : Narrows moderately from eyes to nose. Lips : Fairly strongly developed; form a flexible edge to the muzzle, with the upper lip forming a moderate overlap. Jaws/Teeth : Jaws strong, clearly defined and well muscled.
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Teeth strong, with scissor bite and full complement of teeth. Eyes : The almond shaped eyes show a kind expression and denote an astute nature. The eye should be deep set, dark amber to deep chestnut in color. The eyelids fit close to the eye, which they enclose completely and are well developed; they are grey – black in color. Leathers : Set on high and broad, narrowing markedly towards the tips. The length of the leathers reaches to two thirds of the cheeks and the end of the leathers are moderately rounded. They must lie close to the head. NECK : Of medium length with well developed muscles, yet dry and set high at the withers. The crest of the neck is moderately arched. BODY : Back : The short firm back slopes from the well developed withers towards the croup. Loins : Short, relatively broad and moderately arched. Croup : Moderately sloping, sufficiently broad and suitably long. Chest : Together with the shoulder blade, seen from the front, the chest forms a lyre shape. The ribcage must be oval and its width in proportion to the overall build of the dog.
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The lower chest must reach at least to the elbow joint. The forechest should be well developed. Seen from the side, the sternum should protrude clearly. The ribcage is formed by well sprung ribs which are arranged in good proportion throughout its entire length. Belly : Should be somewhat tucked up to facilitate free movement, yet it must not give the impression of leanness. TAIL : The sacral bone must be positioned so that the musculature does not influence the tail carriage which should be horizontal or only very slightly upwards. Set-on should form a continuation of the topline. It is medium strong and docked by 3/5 of its length FOREQUARTERS : Shoulders : The shoulder blade is distinguished by well developed muscles. The shoulder placement should be really sloping and form a blunt angle with the upper arm. Elbow : Must be firmly made and muscled. Forearm : Upright and straight with pronounced, dry muscles. Pastern : Should be relatively short, almost vertical and only moderately sloping towards the front. Forefeet : Compact; they have the shape of a blunt spoon, with well arched, tight toes and strong nails of dark grey to black color. The pads are thick and coarse and fully pigmented. There is a noticeable atrophied remnant of webbing between the toes. HINDQUARTERS : Pelvis : Must be sufficiently long. Upper thigh : Broad, with well developed muscles. Lower thigh : Slopes backwards; must have correct angulation to enable flexible movement.
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Hock joint : Not too high set, lean, with a long only moderately protruding heel bone. Rear pastern : Almost vertical, short and adequately strong. Hind feet : The same shape as the front feet. Dewclaws are removed. GAIT / MOVEMENT : Movement should be completely regular at walk and trot with the backline showing barely any deflection and the footprints virtually covering each other at the trot. Make up of coat : The coat consists of three types of hair :• Undercoat : Soft and dense, 1,5 cm long. Prevents dampness penetrating to the skin and is almost completely shed in the summer.• Topcoat : 3 to 4 cm long, suitably harsh and coarse. Close fitting. • Guard hair : 5 to 7 cm long, specially harsh and straight. Particularly noticeable on forechest, topline, flanks and shoulders. On the front part of the front and hind legs, the coat is shorter and coarse; it is longer on their rear side, forming feathering. The tail must not have a brush on the underside. Coat on head : On lower jaw as well as on lips, the hair is longer and softer, forming the beard, typical on this breed. The hair on the eyebrows points obliquely and noticeably upwards. The forehead, cranial region and cheeks are covered by short coarse hair. Leathers are covered by short, softer, smooth hair. COLOR : Permitted colors are dark roan with or without brown patches. • Brown with ticked markings on forechest and lower part of the limbs. • Brown without any markings.
This Cesky Fousek picture has been submitted to GotPetsonline. For privacy reasons we are unable to provide any additional contact information about this picture. The pets in this picture gallery are usually not for sale. However, in some cases the pets shown in these pictures are for sale through the GotPetsOnline classifieds section. If you wish to view the pets that are for sale, check out the classifieds ads in the Pets For Sale section.The Cesky Fousek is a gundog belonging to the family of wirehaired pointers of Continental Europe. These animals were bred to work in the forest, fields, and water. The Cesky Fousek existed in the times of the Bohemian King and Emperor of the Roman Empire, Charles IV (1316-1378.) This dog breed was almost completely decimated by World War II, but thanks to the efforts of persistent breeders it has recovered nicely.
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There is nothing more graceful and romantic than a well-trained gun dog on point. The fluent lines of a wirehaired pointer are the one thing that supersedes the latter statement. It is easy to see why the Cesky Fousek puppies for sale are the flag bearers of this noble pointer.The Cesky Fousek is native to what was known as Czechoslovakia which is now the Czech Republic. The Cesky Fousek puppies for sale are the result of over seven hundred years of the breed’s cultivation. They were the gun dog of choice in the Czech Republic for years, preceding World War I. The horrors of war that ravaged a great deal of Europe had a devastating effect on the Cesky Fousek. The breed was nearly extinct by the 1920’s. Once again as in many European breeds that suffered from near elimination at the end of either of the World Wars a group of enthusiast brought the breed back from the brink. Using typical specimens of the breed that were left, through careful breeding practices the numbers have rebounded. The Cesky Fousek is the second most populous hunting dog in the Czech Republic, but the breed is still considered rare.
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Like most pointers the Cesky Fousek puppies for sale can be summed up in one word, fun. The breed is friendly, energetic, and happy; a great combination for fun. They are smart and very willing to please which makes them even the more enjoyable. The Cesky Fousek is very easy to train because of these characteristics. Training and socialization is still an important part of the puppy’s early development. The commitment to early training and socialization of the Cesky Fousek puppy you choose will only make it more enjoyable. The Cesky Fousek puppies for sale are not only friendly but a naturally happy breed. It may be a little reserved with strangers but with socialization this won’t be such an issue. These dogs are great with children. They are not a one owner dog; they are equally loving, and obedient to every member of their family. They are all this, and a superior gun dog.The Cesky Fousek puppies for sale have all the classic lines of a wirehaired pointer. These dogs are muscular in an athletic sense. They look agile standing still. They are wirehaired, so grooming is not an issue. Their coats are commonly, dark roan with or without brown patches, brown with or without ticked markings on the fore chest and on the bottom of its legs. They stand between twenty-two and twenty-six inches, and weigh no more than seventy-five pounds.
The Cesky Fousek puppies for sale are very energetic and family oriented. They aren’t recommended for apartment life. They are too high strung for a life without a yard of their own. The Cesky Fousek puppies need a family that is just as active as they are, and one that with the same sense of devotion. The breed doesn’t do well apart from its family. Exercise is a must, it is paramount in the life of this breed. It will need vigorous mental and physical exercise. When provided with their requirements, they will more than fill your heart in return.One of the most important things when you bring a puppy at home is its socialization. These are very curious dogs. This is one of the things that makes the Cane Corso differ from many breeds is the intense amount of socialization needed in the early part of their life. The puppy classifieds will usually provide photos of the available puppies and sometimes a photo of the kennel.