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Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Kriste » 13 Jan 2010, 19:04

Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen
FCI-Standard N° 67 / 14. 02. 2001 / GB
ORIGIN : France.

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DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 09.01.1999.


CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. : Group 6 Scenthounds and related breeds.
Section 1.3 Small-sized Hounds.


BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY : For a long time the Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen had the same standard as the Grand Basset, only the size was different (from 34 to 38 cm). The result in utilization was not very brilliant, because they were semi-crooked and as heavy as the Grand Basset. That is why that M.Abel Dezamy created a separate standard for them. To define this hound, let us remember what Paul Daubigné wrote : « It is no longer a small Vendéen by simple reduction of the height, but a small Basset harmoniously reduced in all his proportions and in its volume, that is naturally endowed with all the moral qualities which presuppose the passion for hunting ». A team of Petit Bassets won the first edition of France’s Cup on rabbit.

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Small, active and vigorous hound, with a slightly elongated body. Proud tail carriage. Coat hard and long without exaggeration. Expressive head; leathers well turned inwards, covered with long hair and set below the level of the eye, not too long.


BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT :
Behaviour : Passionate hunter, courageous, likes the bramble and scrub.
Temperament : Docile but wilful and passionate.

HEAD

CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Slightly domed, not too elongated nor very broad, well chiselled under the eyes, the occipital protuberance quite developed.
Stop : Frontal indentation defined.

FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Prominent, well developed; nostrils open, black apart from the white and orange coats where a brown nose is tolerated.
Muzzle : Much shorter than that of the Grand Basset but nevertheless very slightly elongated and straight. Muzzle square at its end.
Lips : Covered with abundant moustaches.
Jaws/Teeth : Scissor bite.
Eyes : Quite large with an intelligent expression, showing no white; the conjunctiva must not be apparent. The brows surmounting the eyes stand forward but should not obscure the eyes. Eyes must be of a dark colour.
Leathers : Supple, narrow and fine, covered with long hair, ending in a slight oval, turned inwards and not quite reaching the end of the muzzle. Well set below the level of the eye.

NECK : Long and strong; well muscled; strong at set on; without dewlap; carrying head proudly.

BODY :
Back : Straight, topline level.
Loin : Muscled.
Croup : Well muscled and quite wide.
Chest : Not too wide. Rather deep, reaching the elbow level.
Ribs : Moderately rounded.


TAIL : Set high, quite thick at its base, tapering evenly to its tip; rather short, carried sabre fashion.

LIMBS :
Overall view : Bone structure quite strong but in proportion to size.

FOREQUARTERS :
Shoulders : Clean, oblique, well attached to the body.
Forearm : Well developed.
Wrist (carpus) : Very slightly defined.

HINDQUARTERS :
Thigh : Muscled and only slightly rounded.
Hock : Quite wide, slightly angulated, never completely straight.

FEET : Not too strong, pads hard, toes very tight, nails solid. Good pigmentation of the pads is desirable.

GAIT / MOVEMENT : Very free and effortless.

SKIN : Quite thick, often marbled in tricolour subjects. No dewlap.

COAT

HAIR : Harsh but not too long, never silky or woolly.

COLOUR : Black with white spotting (white and black). Black with tan markings (black and tan). Black with light tan markings. Fawn with white spotting (white and orange). Fawn with black mantle and white spotting (tricolour). Fawn with black overlay. Pale fawn with black overlay and white spotting. Pale fawn with black overlay. Traditional names : hare colour, wolf colour, badger colour or wild boar colour.

SIZE :
Height at withers : From 34 to 38 cm.
With a tolerance of 1 cm more or less.

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.

Head :
• Too short.
• Flat skull.
• Depigmentation of nose, lips or eyelids.
• Short muzzle.
• Pincer bite.
• Light eye.
• Leathers set high, long, insufficiently turned in or lacking hair.

Body :
• Too long or too short, lacking harmony.
• Topline insufficiently firm.
• Slanting croup.

Tail :
• Deviated stern.

Limbs :
• Insufficient bone.
• Lack of angulation.
• Slack in pasterns.

Hair :
• Not dense enough, fine hair.

Behaviour :
• Timid subject.

ELIMINATING FAULTS :
• Lack of type.
• Overshot or undershot mouth.
• Wall eye/Eyes of different colours (Heterochromia).
• Lack of space in the sternal region : ribs too narrow towards the lower part.
• Kinky tail.
• Crooked or half-crooked forelegs.
• Woolly coat.
• Self-coloured black or white coat.
• Important depigmentation.
• Size outside the standard.
• Noticeable invalidating fault. Anatomical malformation.
• Fearful or aggressive subject.

N.B. : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.







GRAND BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN
FCI-Standard N° 33 / 14. 02. 2001 / GB

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ORIGIN : France.

DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 09.01.1999.

UTILIZATION : It is the perfect assistant for the hunter with a gun in territories of moderate size. Fastest of all the scenthound bassets, tenacious, courageous, and a little stubborn. It must, from an early age, be accustomed to obeying; its training implies will and punishment, for which he will bear no grudge.

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. :
Group 6 Scenthounds and related breeds.
Section 1.3 Small-sized Hounds. With working trial.

BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY : The Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen is derived, like all bassets, from hounds of superior size, in this case the Grand Griffon. The first selections were made at the end of the 19th century by the Comte d’Elva who was looking for subjects with « straight legs ». But it was Paul Dezamy who was especially responsible for fixing the type. He understood that in order to catch a hare, dogs of a certain size were needed. He fixed that size at about 43 cm. Today used primarily when hunting with a gun, it is capable of hunting all furry game, from the rabbit to wild boar. A team of Grand Bassets won the 5th edition of the European Cup for hare.

GENERAL APPEARANCE : Slightly elongated overall, it has straight forelegs, the structure of a basset, and must not resemble a small Briquet. It is balanced and elegant.

BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT :
Behaviour : Fast, well voiced, a passionate hunter; courageous, loves bramble and scrub.
Temperament : A little stubborn but nevertheless well behaved. It is up to the master to take command.

HEAD

CRANIAL REGION :
Skull : Without heaviness, convex, elongated and not too wide, well chiselled below the eyes. Occipital bone well developed.
Stop : Frontal indentation well defined.

FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Prominent. Nostrils well open. Black and developed, except for white and orange coats where a brown nose is tolerated.
Muzzle : Square at its extremity, noticeably longer than the skull, very slightly convex.
Lips : Quite pendulous, covering well the lower jaw and giving the front of the muzzle a square profile. They are well covered with moustaches.
Jaws/Teeth : Jaws strongly developed, scissor bite.
Eyes : Of oval shape, large, dark, not showing white; friendly and intelligent expression. The conjunctiva must not be apparent.
Leathers : Supple, narrow and fine, covered with long hair and ending in an elongated oval, well turned inwards. Low set, below the eye. They must be able to reach beyond the end of the nose.

NECK : Long, robust and well muscled. Strong at set-on. Without dewlap.

BODY : Really that of a basset but avoiding an exaggerated length.
Back : Long, broad and really straight, never saddle-backed, and starting to arch its junction with the loin; withers very slightly protruding.
Loin : Solid, well muscled, slightly arched.
Chest : Quite broad and well let down to elbow level.
Ribs : Rounded, never flat nor cylindrical. Thorax slightly less broad at elbow level to facilitate the movement.
Flank : Rather full, belly never tucked up.

TAIL : Thick at the base, tapering progressively, set quite high, carried saber fashion or slightly curved but never on the back or bent at the tip. Rather long.

LIMBS
Overall view : Bone structure developed but lean. It should be understood that bone quality is not a question of volume but of density.

FOREQUARTERS : They must be straight with a thick forearm and a very slightly defined but very solid carpal joint (wrist).

Shoulder : Long, clean and oblique.
Elbow: Should be neither too close to body nor loose.
Forearm : Thick, wrists (carpus) should never touch.

HINDQUARTERS :
Overall view : Solid and well directed in the axis of the body.
Hip (Iliac crest) : Apparent.
Thigh : Strongly muscled but not too rounded, bone structure and articulations very solid.
Hock : Wide and angulated, must never be straight. Seen from the rear, it should not appear turned outwards or inwards.

FEET : Strong and tight with hard pads and solid nails; good pigmentation of pads and nails is desirable.

GAIT / MOVEMENT : The dog in action must give an impression of resistance and ease; the movement must be free and harmonious.

SKIN : Quite thick, often marbled in the tricoloured subjects. No dewlap.

COAT

HAIR : Hard, not too long and flat, never silky or woolly. The fringes should not be too abundant; the belly and inside of the thighs must not be bare; eyebrows well pronounced but not covering the eye.

COLOUR : Black with white spotting (white and black). Black with tan markings (black and tan). Black with light tan markings. Fawn with white spotting (white and orange). Fawn with black mantle and white spotting (tricolour). Fawn with black overlay. Pale fawn with black overlay and white spotting. Pale fawn with black overlay. Traditional names : hare colour, wolf colour, badger colour or wild boar colour.

SIZE :
Height at withers : Males from 40 to 44 cm.
Females from 39 to 43 cm.
With a tolerance of 1cm more or less.

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.
Head :
• Too short.
• Flat skull.
• Short muzzle.
• Depigmentation of the nose, lips or eyelids.
• Pincer bite.
• Light eye.
• Leathers set high, short, insufficiently turned in or lacking hair.

Body :
• Too long or too short.
• Lacking harmony.
• Topline insufficiently firm.
• Slanting rump.

Tail :
• Deviated stern.

Limbs :
• Insufficient bone structure.
• Angulation too straight.
• Hocks too close.
• Slack in pasterns.

Coat :
• Insufficiently dense, fine hair.

Behaviour :
• Timid subject.

ELIMINATING FAULTS :

• Aggresive or overly shy.
• Lack of type.
• Prognathism (overshot or undershot mouth).
• Wall eye. Eyes of different colours (Heterochromia).
• Lack of room in the sternal region; ribs narrow towards the lower part.
• Kinky tail.
• Crooked or half-crooked forelegs.
• Woolly coat.
• Self-coloured coat black or white.
• Important depigmentation.
• Size outside the standard.
• Noticeable invalidating fault. Anatomical malformation.

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.


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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Kriste » 02 Feb 2010, 12:50

Tā, kāpēc te tāds klusums?! 8-)
Bon Bon - aūūū!
Labi - tikmēr ielikšu leišu puikas Petjkas cūciņas dzīšanas iemaņas....
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby biinumz » 09 Feb 2010, 20:31

tā, nu beidzot arī mēs te :) atvainojiet par kavēšanos :oops:
un paldies Kriste par sadaļas izveidošanu - patiesībā visu laiku nevarēju šim saņemties, kamēr uzzināju, ka kāds jau to izdarījis mūsu vietā :)

nu tad mazliet par mums - BonBon jeb Vilauddens Ciri, Latvijā ieradās 12.05.2008. no Zviedrijas audzētavas Vilauddens. Viņa ir Latvijā pirmā oficiāli reģistrētā Mazā Vandejas asspalvainā baseta šķirnes pārstāve. Ir ziņas, ka pirms tam viens šīs šķirnes suns bija ievests jau no Somijas, taču nekur dokumentos viņš diemžēl nav reģistrēts, un pus gadu pēc BonBon atceļošanas, Latvijā ieradās vēl viens puika - Tobiass arī no Somijas - viņam otrais numurs ciltsgrāmatā :)
Tāda izskatās mūsu BonBon
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un tāds ir mūsu veikums līdz šim.
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šobrīd BonBon mazliet atpūšas, jo šogad mums ir lieli plāni - tā ka jācer, ka gada nogalē varēsim ne mazāk lepnu fotosesiju saorganizēt :)

(Lielo Vandejas assaplvaino basetu Latvijā šobrīd vēl nav)
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby biinumz » 09 Feb 2010, 20:49

no noderīgām saitēm vēl pievienošu šo http://www.soletraderpbgvs.com/ST_Sept08_Gavin.pdf
tas ir raksts par Petitu tipiem, pieminēti pārējie līdzīgo šķirņu baseti, kā arī precīzi norādīts, kā atšķiras mazais un lielais Vandejas asspalvainais basets - šie man ir kā baušļi novērtējot petitu - ļoti patīk tie, kuri tiecas uz šīm īpašībām (ar prātu). un, manuprāt, ļoti palīdz iesācējam norientēties šķirnē, lai atšķirtu labu no viduvēja pārstāvja.
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Komatins » 10 Feb 2010, 07:51

BonBon skatiens bildē ar kausiem un rozetēm ir dievīgs! :D
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Kriste » 12 Feb 2010, 21:45

Ui, šito es palaidu garām! Urrā! Beidzot arī Bon Bon te parādās!
A es nevarēju sagaidīt, kamēr jūs šito sadaļu uztaisīsiet, tāpēc pati ķēros pie šitā darbiņa! :mrgreen:
Jā, labi, ielikšu arī Grandu standartu un kādu bildi!
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby biinumz » 12 Feb 2010, 22:26

nu zini - mēs tad pa abām - kā šķirnes lielākās entuziastes - esma paveikušas :) tad pirmajā lapā vēl tik jānovēl tev ciltsgrāmatas trešais ieraksts un laižam vaļā! :)
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Robins » 14 Feb 2010, 22:40

Nedaudz no Petitu sadzīves likstām - kad lieli bīgli ir pārāk aizņemti ar citām lietām, lai mocītu petitus, tad protams uzrodās mazāki, kuri centīgi turpina iepriekšējās paaudzes aizsākto... Bet ko darīt - jāpacieš vien ir, lai neatņem miermīlīgākā, pozitīvākā un labsirdīgākā suņa pasaulē titulu.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVxp0DDwX-8

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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby biinumz » 09 Mar 2010, 08:45

lūk kāds sen sen atpakaļ ir izskatījies assaplvainais Vandejas basets (tad vēl nenodalīja mazos un lielos)
http://www.archive.org/stream/dogsofall ... 6/mode/2up
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Kriste » 17 Mar 2010, 16:24

Cacibenē veseli 4 pbgv! :soks: Tik daudz vienu viet vēl nebūšu redzējusi! :aptracis:
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Robins » 17 Mar 2010, 16:36

un 10 GBGV.
un tas vēl pie tā, ka vietējie BGV, varētu teikt, paņēmuši brīvdienu...

kopumā franču asspalvainie baseti paredzēti 17 reizes vairāk, kā "parastie". trakas lietas.
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Marika&Bernardo » 22 Mar 2010, 12:27

Pēc īpaša lūguma, ielieku jūsējos BGV (petit) no Crufta izstādes 2010!

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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Marika&Bernardo » 23 Mar 2010, 00:23

Pāris bilžuki no Crufta!
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Un, kad ieraudzīju šo, pilnīgi iekliedzos.. ooo cik liela BonBon :jiihaa:
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P.S. Nezinātājiem, šīs šķirnes pārstāvis ir Grand Griffon Vendeen, bet ne Basset Griffon Vendeen !!!
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Kriste » 23 Mar 2010, 11:09

ē, a kas tas ir par milzeni tajā pēdējā bildē? Nevaru iebraukt... :sarkstosa:
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Marika&Bernardo » 23 Mar 2010, 12:06

Kriste wrote:ē, a kas tas ir par milzeni tajā pēdējā bildē? Nevaru iebraukt... :sarkstosa:

Vot es arī nezinu :neparliecinats: šiem jau ringi bija beigušies, tantuks tikai piesēdis atpūsties.
Bet dikten iekrita acīs, baigi mīlīgais :samilejies:
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby biinumz » 23 Mar 2010, 12:15

Kriste wrote:ē, a kas tas ir par milzeni tajā pēdējā bildē? Nevaru iebraukt... :sarkstosa:


es nez kā viņam pareizi šķirnes nosaukumu pārcelt latviešu valodā - Vandejas asspalvainais lielais :) tipa nosaukums franciski vinjam ir Grand griffon Vendeen - tas ir tuvaks radinieks lielajam basetam, bet nav basets, jo kajas garas. tas ir tas, kas ir/bija Karginam un te man sakuma vinju pieshuva ka BonBon radinieku Latvija :) vinjam ir pat tadi veseli divi - masa un bralis no viena metiena, kuriem turklat ir pectechi... diemzhel.
ar viena no shi metiena kucenu ipashniekiem man nesen sanaca saruna - sunitis nomiris diemzhel ljoti jauns no kaut kadas iedzimas kaites, patalogjijas - nezinaja vel precizus iemeslus, bet ta ka esot fantastiska shkjirne, tad mekleja uzreiz, kur tadu atrast jau oficiali kada audzetava. es gan tieshi nevareju palidzet, jo shi shkjirne laikam jau Eiropa ir vel retaka ka baseti. lai gan Francija esot diezgan sho sunju. tachu ka nu maceju padomus devu un ljoti ceru, ka driz vismaz kadu shis shkjirnes suni jau pavisam oficiali atvedis ari uz Latviju :) tak tomer kaut kada rada BonBon ir :)
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Kriste » 23 Mar 2010, 13:29

Nu, jā, es ar it kā uzmetu aci Vandejas lielajam grifonam, bet man suņu šķirņu noteicējs pateica, ka šitādas krāsas viņiem neesot, tāpēc apjuku :grr: ...
http://eng.royalcanin.com/the-puppy-and ... on-vendeen

ā, bet FCI standartā gan atradu, ka der arī šitais krāsojums.
Tā kā ir Grand Griffon Vendeen... 8-)
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby biinumz » 23 Mar 2010, 13:32

ir ir pieļaujams tāds krāsojums - viņiem visi tie paši krāsojumi, kas Vandejas basetiem - tikai kājas garas. bet viņš latviski tiešām pēc klasifikatora ir grifons? tipa ja basets, tad griffon tulkojas kā assaplvainais? bet ja nav basets, tad paliek ka lietvards? nelogjiski...
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Re: Vandejas asspalvainais basets / Basset Griffon Vendeen

Postby Robins » 23 Mar 2010, 13:41

Loģiski gan. PBGV taču arī basetu netulko, bet apzīmētājus - mazais, asspalvainais u.c. tulko.
Šajā gadījumā griffon vairs nav apzīmētājs, bet kļuvis par "lietvārdu" - nosaukumu.

Tikai to bildi gan derētu no šīs tēmas 1. lapas izvākt - savādāk kāds vēl padomās, ka arī tāds var BGV izskatīties... :neparliecinats:
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