Russian Toy Club of America, Inc dog breed slide show

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The Russian Toy Club of America, Russian Toy Dog, FCI Standard Education. Slide show with pictures and text educating people who are interested in breeding showing or owning russian toys.

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Russian Toy Club of America:

Breed Information for Everyone. Russian Toy Club of America ©RTCA

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The Russian Toy is one of the smallest breeds of toy dogs. The RT’s have two varieties. Long Coat Smooth Coat ©RTCA

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The Russian Toy personality can be impish , yet a delightful personality. They can be a joy to have in almost any home . ©RTCA

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T heir intelligence, willingness to please, and small size makes them suitable for Apartment living, therapy and service work . ©RTCA

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The Russian Toys are lively and light with elegant long legs. RT’s train easily for performance . ©RTCA

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With care this breed makes good family dogs and are also competitive when shown by Junior Handlers. ©RTCA

Russian Toy History:

Russian Toy History In brief… ©RTCA

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At the start of the 20th century the English Toy Terrier was one of the most popular companion dogs in Russia. Today the English Toy Terrier is known as the Toy Manchester Terrier These dogs were the Pets of Royalty and the Aristocrats ©RTCA

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History between 1920 and 1950. The communist revolution of 1918 led to the first decline many of these toy dogs were killed along with their aristocrat owners. The next major decline occurred due to World War II. ©RTCA

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Sometime in the 1950’s breeders realized that small companion dogs in Russia were almost lost, and decided to revive what they could of the breed.   At that time the countries borders were closed making importing almost impossible. It is not know today which dogs were used to revive the Russian Toy breed in Russia. ©RTCA

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  In 1957 there was one pup in a litter with fringes at the ears. The Original Long Coats were named as a separate variety and called the Moscow Toy Terrier. The first recognized Long Coat, named Cicco . This dog gained a lot of attention and was the started of a new variety of R.T.’s . ©RTCA

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The Russian Short Coat Terrier and the Moscow Long Coat Terrier are the two varieties we have today. Both coat types can be breed together now called Russian Toys, Smooth Coat or Long Coat. ©RTCA

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The Russian Toy F.C.I. Standard 12.06.2006 CLASSIFICATION F.C.I . Group 9 Companion and Toy dogs. ©RTCA

General Appearance:

Small , Elegant, Lively Well-balanced Toy dog L ong Legs F ine Bone L ean of M uscle General Appearance ©RTCA A smal l elegant dog, lively, long-legged, with fine bone and lean muscles. Sexual dimorphism only slightly defined.

Important Proportions :

Important Proportions ©RTCA Square build. The height at elbows is only slightly more than half of the height at withers ; the chest is sufficiently deep. 

Behavior/Temperament :

Behavior/Temperament ©RTCA Active, very cheerful, neither cowardly nor aggressive.

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The behaviour is significantly different between males and females. Temperament — ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note : Between the sexes, there is little difference in the Russian Toys temperament while in the show ring.

Head:

Head ©RTCA Small compared to the body.

Head:

Head ©RTCA Skull : High but not too wide (width at the level of zygomatic arches does not exceed the depth of the skull). Stop : Clearly pronounced. CRANIAL REGION : The length of the bone just below the eye extending to the side of the head does not exceed the depth of the skull. R.T.C.A. Note :

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Nose: Small, may be dark or matching the coat color.  Facial Region  — Exception  — P ale yellow coat must be black pigment. Black Pigment Nose Self Color Nose ©RTCA

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Facial Region The length of the muzzle from the tip of the nose to stop is approximately one-third the length of the head from tip of nose to back of the skull. 1/3 1/3 1/3 ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Preferance : Muzzle : Lean and pointed, slightly shorter than the skull.

Facial Region:

Facial Region ©RTCA Lips : Thin, lean, tight- fitting and dark or matching the coat colour.

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Facial Region R.T.C.A. NOTE: Other teeth are not in consideration . ©RTCA Jaws / Teeth : Small, white. Scissor bite. Absence of 2 incisors permitted in each jaw .

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Facial Region ©RTCA Cheekbones : Only slightly pronounced .

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Eyes  — Quite large, Rounded, Dark, Slightly prominent, Set well apart & looking straight ahead. ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note: Luminous dark or luminous ruby eyes are acceptable. Facial Region

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Eyelids — may be dark or matching the coat color.  Serious fault  — A difference in the color of the iris in the two eyes, or two different colors within one iris . ©RTCA Facial Region

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Ears  — Big Thin Set High Erect ©RTCA Facial Region R.T.C.A. Note: The ear leather tips are pointed .

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Ears  — In long coat specimens, due to weight of the ear fringe, the ears may be tipped. Serious faults  — tipped or dropped in a smooth coat variety ; one up and one down. FAULT ©RTCA Facial Region

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Thin , lean and tight-fitting. M ay be dark or matching the coat color. Tongue must not be visible when jaws are closed. Lips  — ©RTCA

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Long L ean C arried H igh S lightly Arched Neck  — ©RTCA

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Gradually sloping from the withers to the root of the tail. Topline  — Tail Up Tail Down ©RTCA Body

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Gradually sloping from the withers to the root of the tail. ©RTCA Body Withers : Slightly pronounced. Back : Strong and straight.

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The loin is short and slightly arched. Body  — ©RTCA

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Croup : The croup is somewhat rounded and slightly sloping. Body  — ©RTCA

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Body  — Chest is Oval Sufficiently Deep Not too Wide ©RTCA

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Body  — ©RTCA Underline and Belly : Tucked up belly and drawn up flanks, forming a nicely curved line from the chest to the flanks.

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Docked Tail: Carried high (only two or three vertebrae are left),. In countries where tail docking is prohibited by law, it is left in its natural state. Tail  — Natural or Docked Undocked: sickle tail. It should not be carried lower than back level. ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note : Tail should be carried up, down or out. Never tucked between the legs.

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The front legs are straight and parallel with strong pasterns. The elbows are in line with the body close to the brisket. Forequarters — Thin and lean. ©RTCA

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The shoulder blades are moderately long and not too sloping. Shoulders  — ©RTCA Upper arm : Forming an angle of 105 degrees with the shoulder blade. The length of upper arm is approximately equal to the length of shoulder.

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Limbs  — Forequarters ©RTCA Elbows : In line with the body. Forearm (Radius) : Long, straight. Carpus (Wrist): Lean. Metacarpus (Pastern) : Almost vertical. Carpus Metacarpus Forearm Elbow

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Limbs  — Forequarters ©RTCA Forefeet : Small, oval, turning neither in nor out. Toes well-knit and arched. Nails and resilient pads are black or match the coat colour. R.T.C.A Note: aka, “Hare Foot”

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Limbs — Hindquarters Seen from the rear, the hind legs are straight and parallel, but standing slightly wider than the forelegs . ©RTCA

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Limbs — Hindquarters Upper thigh : Muscles are l ean and developed. Lower thigh : The upper and lower thighs are of the same length. Hock : Sufficiently angulated. Metatarsus (Rear pastern) : Vertical. Hind feet : Arched, a little bit narrower than forefeet. ©RTCA Stifles and hocks are sufficiently bent.

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Should move effortlessly, with good reach in front equal to the drive from the rear. The legs, both front and rear, will tend to converge slightly toward a central line of gravity as speed increases . Gait/Movement — Slight Converge ©RTCA Easy, straightforward, fast. No noticeable change in the topline when moving. R.T.C.A. Note :

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Gait — From the rear, the hocks remain parallel to each other, and the foot fall of the rear legs follows directly behind that of the forelegs. ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note :

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Gait — The side view shows good drive in the rear and plenty of reach in the front, with head carried high. ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note :

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Gait — The topline should remain firm and the backline level as the dog moves. No noticeable change in the topline when moving. ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note :

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Skin — ©RTCA Thin, dry and tight-fitting .

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Coat — ©RTCA HAIR: There exists two types for the breed: smooth-haired and longhaired.

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Smooth Coat  — S hort , close-lying, shiny hair, without undercoat or bald patches. Coat — ©RTCA HAIR:

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Long Coat — Body is covered with moderately long (3-5 cm or 1.18–1.96 inch), straight or slightly wavy hair, close-lying, which does not hide the natural outline of the body . Hair on the head and on the front part of limbs is short and close -lying. Distinct feathers on rear side of limbs. The feet have long, silky hair which completely hides the nails. ©RTCA

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Long Coat Ears are covered with thick, long hair forming a fringe. Dogs of more than 3 years have such a fringe, which should completely hide the outer edges and tips of the ears. Body hair should not look tousled nor be too short (less than 2 cm.) ©RTCA This Russian Top Winner has exceptionally dense ear fringe. The tips of the ears are bending. Most RT’s shown will not carry this much fringe. R.T.C.A. Note :

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Color COLOR : Black and tan, brown and tan, blue and tan. Also red of any shade with or without black or brown overlay. Richer shades are preferable for all colors . ©RTCA

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All colors allowed . Exceptions — Parti , merle, brindle, and white .  A few white hairs on the chest are permissible. Color — ©RTCA R.T.C.A. Note :

Size & Weight:

Size & Weight Height at withers ideally 8 ½ inches – 10 ½ inches, Disqualification  — over 11 ½ inches. *Excludes any referance to weight.* IDEALLY 10½“ ©RTCA 8½“ Height at withers : Dogs and bitches: 20cm (7.87in) – 28 cm (11.02in) (tolerance +/- 1 cm) Weight : Dogs and bitches: up to 3 kg (6.61 lbs). R.T.C.A. Prefers

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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. Timid behaviour. Level bite or incisors sloping forward. Semi-pricked ears. (This condition in longhaired dogs with heavy fringes is permissible but not desirable. ) Low set tail. Presence of bald patches in smooth-haired dogs. Too long or too short hair on body of longhaired dogs. Small white spots on chest and toes. Solid black, brown and blue colours. Tan markings too large or with dark shadings. Faults — ©RTCA Caution

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Aggressive, overly shy. Overshot, pronounced undershot. Absence of 1 canine; absence of more than 2 incisors in either jaw. Hanging ears. Short legs. Many bald patches in short-haired dogs. Longhaired dogs: absence of fringes on ears and presence of curly hair. White coat, white spots on the head, abdomen and above metacarpus; large white patches on chest and throat, presence of brindle markings. Size over 30 cm or under 18 cm. Weight less than 1 kg.   Eliminating Faults — ©RTCA Any dogs clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.   NB : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum. STOP!

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This concludes the RTCA Education Slide Show. Thank you for watching … If you have any questions about the Russian Toy contact the RTCA education committee. Contact Information provided on the following frame. ©RTCA

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http ://russiantoyclub.org Created by: Russian Toy Club of America Education Committee 2013 Co-Chair: Ruth Ann Ford Education Committee Ruth Ann Ford – navsegda@showpaps.com Mary Wyrens - mrwyrens@radiks.net Scarlett King - rtdlover@yahoo.com Co-chairs: Member: ©Russian Toy Club of America – All rights reserved.

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The Russian Toy Club of America would like to thank the following people for help and offering pictures they own of Russian Toys to the RTCA for the Education Slide Show . Tatyana Golubeva – Orlandino www.orlandino.ru Carina Lindmark – Studio C www.russkiy.dinstudio.se   Andrea Haider – Yorkside Russkiy Toys   www.yorkside.at/russkiytoy/german/Home.html Elena Leonova – Malenkjkaya Strana www.malenjkaya-strana.lv   Elina Kreicsteina - from Latvia Inna Larionova – Grande Misterio www.grandemisterio.jimdo.com Nadezda Misheneva – Snoumirekl snoumirekl.com Julia Priemisheva – Grand Tandem www.toy-dog.info Natalia Yakusevish – Sweet Angel dog-rustoy.jimdo.com

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