Description of the breed Austrian Pinscher - Wikipet
Description of the breed Austrian Pinscher. FCI Standard No. 64 dated 06.03.2007 (Austrian Shorthair Pinscher)
Group 2. Pinschers and Schnauzers, Molossoid breeds, Swiss Cattle Dogs and other breeds. Section 1. Pinschers.
No performance testing.
General view of the Austrian pinscher
The Austrian Pincher is a stocky, squat dog of medium size, with a lively and deep expression of eyes.
The main proportions of the Austrian pinscher
The ratio between the height at the withers and the length of the body at the Austrian pincher is 9 to 10.
The ratio between the length of the muzzle and the length of the skull is 4 to 6.
The behavior / temperament of the Austrian pinscher
The Austrian pinscher is characterized by benevolence, liveliness, playfulness, special devotion and friendliness towards familiar people, he is a loyal and incorruptible guardian. It is suspicious of strangers. The hunting instinct of the Austrian pinscher is slightly marked.
Head of an Austrian Pinscher
Pear-shaped, the head of the Austrian pincher is proportional to the size of the case.
The Austrian pincher has a wide, rounded cranial part with a pronounced frontal groove and indentation.
Skull of an Austrian pincher with markedly developed zygomatic arches and strong chewing muscles.
Going from forehead to face
The Austrian Pincher is characterized by a black nose.
The face of the Austrian pincher is strong, with a straight nose bridge.
The lips of the Austrian pincher are dense, smooth, firmly set, with dark pigmentation.
Jaw / teeth
The Austrian pinscher has strong, strong jaws with a complete scissor bite.
With large eyeballs in the rounded eyelids, the stroke of the eyes of the Austrian pincher is tight-fitting, with dark pigmentation.
The Austrian pinscher is characterized by ears with buttons (with an inflection, hanging down), small in size, set high.
Neck of the Austrian Pincher
The Austrian pincher has a strong neck of medium length.
Austrian pinscher case
The withers of the Austrian pincher are markedly pronounced.
The Austrian pincher has a short, wide, straight, dense back.
Short and wide.
The croup of the Austrian pincher is long and wide.
Long, deep, wide, barrel-shaped with a well-developed "chest." The muscles of the chest of the Austrian pincher are strong, dense.
The belly of the Austrian pincher is slightly tightened.
Tail of the Austrian Pinscher
The Austrian pincher has a strong, high-set tail of medium length, densely covered with wool.
The limbs of the Austrian pinscher
With a strong skeleton.
The straight, wide front, front limbs of the Austrian pincher are well muscled.
With long shoulder blades.
The shoulders of the Austrian pincher are slanted.
The Austrian Pincher has straight arms of medium length.
The pasterns of the Austrian pincher are short, moderately sloping.
The Austrian Pincher is characterized by wide hips.
Shins of an Austrian pincher of medium length.
The Austrian pinscher is characterized by short metatarsus.
The paws of the Austrian pincher are collected in a lump with strong claws.
Allure / movement of the Austrian pinscher
The movements of the Austrian pincher are smooth, harmonious, with a wide scope.
Coat of the Austrian Pinscher
Thick double hair. The hair cover of the Austrian pincher is thick, smooth, and snug. The length of the covering hair is short to medium. The undercoat of the Austrian pincher is dense and short, with small patches on the ischial tubercle.
Color Austrian Pinscher
The Austrian pinscher is characterized by the color of red gold (reddish brown), brownish yellow, fawn red, black with tan marks. White marks: spots on the chest, on the muzzle, on the neck, throat, back of the head, paws and on the tip of the tail. The absence of white marks in the Austrian pinscher is not considered a defect.
The growth of the Austrian pinscher
Height at the withers
From 42 to 50 cm (for males of the Austrian pinscher: 44 - 50 cm, for females: 42 - 48 cm).
Any deviation from the above points is considered a defect, the degree of which is determined by how much it differs from the standard.
Reasons for exclusion
Aggressiveness or noticeable timidity, indecision of the Austrian pinscher.
A dog with obvious deviations from the physical or behavioral standard is subject to disqualification.
Males should have two normally developed testes fully descended into the scrotum.