Poodle belongs to the Rijeka Croatian / Bosnian indigenous breed of hunting dog. It belongs to the group of shorthaired pointers. Cultivated since the 16th century, especially in the area of Sisak Posavina. The oldest written documents about the breed date back to the distant 14th century and are kept in Syrmia.
Good, very resistant hound, especially for hunting hare and fox. It can be used as a leash hound. His strong constitution is suitable for hunting in the vast forest areas of Posavina with lots of wicker. Lined up in the 6th FCI group Hounds and related breeds 1.2 Medium sized hounds with working trial.
Poodle has a calm temperament, but still alive enough to not be too slow to prosecute. When searching for used exclusively flair. Works somewhat slower than the Istrian short-pointers. When work does not lose contact with the hunter although prosecute enough away from the savages. It is very docile and I returned after a prosecution hunter. There is an upper middle voice.
It can be used equally well in mountainous wooded areas as well as in the rocks.
The best is to hunt rabbits foxes and wild boars.
Country of origin - Bosnia and Herzegovina
USE: Good, very resistant hound, especially for hunting hare and fox. It can be used as a leash hound. His strong constitution is suitable for hunting in the vast forest areas with lots of wicker, but rocky and hilly terrain.
6th Group 6 Scent hounds and related breeds
Section 1.2 Medium sized hounds
With working trial
GENERAL APPEARANCE: Solid dog of average proportions whose red, reddish or wheat yellow fur has on the head, the neck, the chest, the lower limbs and the tip of the tail. It has a high sonorous tongue.
IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS: Length of body is greater than height of 11-13%.
BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT: Docile, very attached to his master; owner, good-natured: reasonably lively temperament. Enthusiastic hunter.
HEAD: Long and narrow, 20-24 cm long.
Uploaded: Oct 19, 2015