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A Study of the AKC Breed Standard Presented by the Havanese Club of America For AKC Judges’ Education Today’s Presenters: Jane F. Ruthford Teresa Bock

A Brief History of the Havanese Breed: 

A Brief History of the Havanese Breed Accepted, AKC Toy Group, Jan 1, 1999 The Havanese is an old breed Three hundred years of documented history A member of the Bichon family

The Origins of the Havanese: 

The Origins of the Havanese According to ship’s logs, the settlers from Teneriffe brought dogs with them (1512). The harbor of Baracoa, founded in 1514 as the first Spanish Colonial Villa, or city, in Cuba.

Colonial America and Colonial Cuba (An Historical Comparison): 

Colonial America and Colonial Cuba (An Historical Comparison) Jamestown, VA, 1617 Trinidad de Cuba, 1514 The Havanese breed was developed in an elegant culture. This was never a “street breed” but rather the pampered pets of the Cuban aristocracy

Colonial America and Colonial Cuba (An Historical Comparison): 

Colonial America and Colonial Cuba (An Historical Comparison) 1700s American Interior (Monticello, VA) 1700s Cuban Interior (Palacio, Old Habana)

Colonial America and Colonial Cuba (An Historical Comparison): 

Colonial America and Colonial Cuba (An Historical Comparison) Governor’s Mansion (Williamsburg, VA) Presidential Palace (Havana, Cuba)

Origins of the Havanese Breed: 

Origins of the Havanese Breed Foyer of the home of Catalina Laza, a Cuban Havanese Breeder

Common Canine Terminology: 

Common Canine Terminology (Page 3, Illustrated Standard)

Anatomy of the Havanese: 

Anatomy of the Havanese (Page 2, Illustrated Standard)

Critical Elements of Breed Type: 

Critical Elements of Breed Type Early art and photographs show that Havanese breed type was well-established by 1900.

The First HCA Standard (1981) : 

The First HCA Standard (1981)

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The First HCA Standard (1981) “slightly longer than tall” “topline rises slightly” “broad skull and almond eyes ” “tail carried curled over the back”

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The First HCA Standard (1981) “moderately angulated” “springy gait”

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The First HCA Standard (1981) “slightly longer than tall” “topline rises slightly” “broad skull and almond eyes ” “tail carried curled over the back” “moderately angulated” “springy gait” Critical Elements of Breed Type

Critical Elements of Havanese Breed Type (What makes a Havanese unique among Toys?) : 

Critical Elements of Havanese Breed Type (What makes a Havanese unique among Toys?) 1.Topline Straight but not level, rising slightly from withers to rump. 2.Outline Slightly longer than tall, with head carried high and tail arched over back. 3.Gait Springy and elegant, with moderate reach and drive, showing free reach and good extension. Not stilted. May show flash of pad coming and going. Note: The top 2 drawings above share exactly the same outline. From a distance, you can determine:

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Critical Elements of Havanese Breed Type (What makes a Havanese unique among Toys?) 4.Coat Soft, silky, wavy and abundant. (May be corded.) 5.Expression Broad backskull and large dark almond eyes; correct earset follows line of skull. 6.Temperament Intelligent, playful, sweet, and non-quarrelsome. With closer examination on the table, you can determine:

The Havanese Standard in Pictures : 

The Havanese Standard in Pictures Size, Proportion, and Substance

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Head

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Head

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Neck, Topline and Body

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Forequarters

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These three dogs display the same moderate rear angulation Topline A moderate angulation in front, with sufficient angle at point of shoulder to set the forelegs well under the body. Straight Shouldered Moderate shoulder layback, but a straight upper arm. Can you see the difference in toplines?

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(The angle is between the shoulder blade and the upper arm) (Shoulder blade is close to vertical) Straight Upper Arm: These dogs all display the same moderate rear angulation A moderate angulation in front Straight Shouldered (Upper arm is close to vertical) Note the difference in toplines!

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Forequarters Distances equal

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Hindquarters

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Hindquarters

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Color Color and pattern variations may present optical illusions. All the drawings share exactly the same outline.

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Gait Pushes off with rear Reaches forward freely Propels himself into suspension Lands on back of pad

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Presentation NOTE: Head furnishings brushed back, teased and hairsprayed into a pompadour does not constitute natural presentation. Falling forward Falling to the sides Braided

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures Self-Test Making your first cut on Critical Elements of Breed Type, place these dogs 1-4.

Judges’ Recap: 

Judges’ Recap

Critical Elements of Havanese Breed Type (What makes a Havanese unique among Toys?) : 

Critical Elements of Havanese Breed Type (What makes a Havanese unique among Toys?) 1.Topline Straight but not level, rising slightly from withers to rump. 2.Outline Slightly longer than tall, with head carried high and tail arched over back. 3.Gait Springy and elegant, with moderate reach and drive, showing free reach and good extension. Not stilted. May show flash of pad coming and going. 4.Coat Soft, silky, wavy and abundant. (May be corded.) 5.Expression Broad backskull and large dark almond eyes; correct earset follows line of skull. 6.Temperament Intelligent, playful, sweet, and non-quarrelsome.

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The Havanese Standard in Pictures

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