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The Alano Espanol is a molosser (a large sturdy dog whose origins are in Molossia). It has a primitive appearance whose general physiology fits him specially well for running at high speeds for long periods of time and firmly holding wild game or cattle for a long time when ordered. With a well proportioned body structure, the rib cage is arched, not cylindrical, the chest reaches the elbows level, with strong and solid shoulders and withers. The front legs are stronger than the back ones, and are straight whether viewed from the front or from the side. The paws are generally much larger than those of other dogs of the same size and weight. The profile of the Alano’s backbone outline is slightly ascending towards the back end or, at least, straight, but not descending.
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The muscles in the hindquarters are well developed and the back legs show very well defined angles ending in strong feet. The tail is thicker at the base tapering to a point and is never cropped because it is used as a rudder in the dogs sharp turns and dribbles when hunting or working with half-wild or wild cattle. When the tail is carried low, none of its length rest against the dogs hind area. The belly is retracted inwards giving him a more athletic appearance than other heavier molosser breeds. The neck is strong, powerful and wide, showing two double chins that should never hang to low. His head is brachycephalic (Bulldog type) in shape, squared in appearance and with a serious expression. The muzzle is wide and represents approximately 35% of the total length of the head, with a vertical stop. The nose is large, wide and black with open nostrils. The ears are usually cropped, slightly rounded at the tip.
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Uncropped ears are medium in size and carried folded over the face. The Alano has very powerful jaws. The teeth are wide, well separated from each other with a very strong and firm scissors bite or inverted scissors bite. An under-bite is allowed if it is 2 mm or less. When walking the Alano has the stride of a sly panther, because of its habit of carrying his head low, slightly and slowly bouncing it from side to side making its strong shoulders more visible. Alanos are tireless molossers that can maintain a constant, graceful, agile trot for a long time. When galloping, they are fast and flexible, fully stretching in and out their whole body in each step. Sorting obstacles with enormous agility, making it look as if they will never get tired even if they were required to maintain the gallop for miles. Coat colors include yellow and wolf gray, fawns and reds (in either light or dark tones), with or without tigering (brindling) and or black mask. Black & tan-always with tigering on the tan markings which is described in the Spanish standard as “negro y atigrado” translating as black & tigered. White markings are allowed, but only on the snout, neck and chest, lower legs, belly and at the tip of the tail, the white should never predominate the body.
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The alano espanol may be found in a local rescue and will have corrective training if necessary. Well developed, this mastiff-type dog is used for herding cattle or hunting. They have a proportional body, which allows them to keep the speed of running for a long time. This emotionally balanced dog is trained very easily and is a reliable friend for children. The alano espanol may be found in a local rescue and will have corrective training if necessary.
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In 1963, what was thought to be the last pair of Alano Espanol was exhibited in the Retiro Park in Madrid. Soon after that, the Espanol breed was considered to be completely extinct, but surviving Espanol specimens were found, primarily in Encartaciones Valley in northern Spain. The Alano Espanols are able to climb trees with amazing cat-like agility and are capable of leaping to great heights from a standstill position.Want High Quality Alano Espanol pictures or photos to use on facebook, myspace or your blog, if so, we have all the Alano Espanol you will want. We have a massive database of Alano Espanol that is conintously updated by our users and staff. So, Feel free to search for more Alano Espanol pictures, photos and images here at PicturesDepot.com. We are the leader in Alano Espanol or backgrounds.
Al Alano se le conoce también como el “Bulldog Español”, es una raza muy antigua autóctona de España. Este perro corredor fue utilizado como guardián de ganados bovinos, para la caza mayor y más en la actualidad como guarda y defensa. Es una raza muy extendida que se caracteriza por su buen carácter así como por su coraje, valentía y nobleza. Al tratarse de un perro de trabajo, presenta una forma física atlética, además su fidelidad y obediencia hacen que su entrenamiento no sea complicado. Como mascota es muy familiar, afable y tierno con sus dueños, con sentido de unión y pacífico. Su pelaje es corto y muy tupido, y puede ser de color barcino o atigrado, o bien leonado y negro.