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PostajNaslov: Klee Kai   Klee Kai I_icon_minitimepet ruj 12, 2008 12:50 am

vidim da nema ove pasmine, mislim da ona još nije FCI priznata Klee Kai Icon_confused, ali meni se jako sviđa, "PATULJASTI HUSKY"

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Official UKC Alaskan Klee Kai Standards

Alaskan Klee Kai

Official U.K.C. Breed Standard

Northern Breeds Group

Copyright 1997, United Kennel Club, Inc.

HISTORY

The
Alaskan Klee Kai was developed by Linda S. Spurlin of Wasilla, Alaska,
and her family to be a companion-sized version of the Alaskan Husky.
From the early 70's through 1988, the Spurlins carefully selected dogs
who met their high standards for appearance and soundness. In 1988,
they made the Alaskan Klee Kai available to others. Mrs. Spurlin and
subsequent breeders of the Alaskan Klee Kai were and are determined to
avoid health and temperament problems in their developing breed, even
though it has meant very slow growth in the numbers of Alaskan Klee
Kai. The Alaskan Klee Kai is still extremely rare. The breed's name was
originally "Klee Kai of Alaska" but in 1995, it was changed to "Alaskan
Klee Kai." Mrs. Spurlin created the breed name "Klee Kai". The Alaskan
Klee Kai was recognized by the United Kennel Club January 1, 1997.

GENERAL APPEARANCE

The
Alaskan Klee Kai is a small version of the Alaskan Husky with a
wedge-shaped head featuring a striking masked face, prick ears, and a
double coat. The length of body is just slightly longer than the
height. The tail is well-furred and curls over the back or to either
side when the dog is alert or moving. The appearance of the Alaskan
Klee Kai reflects the breed's Northern Heritage.

CHARACTERISTICS

The
most distinctive characteristic of the Alaskan Klee Kai is the facial
mask which must be clearly visible due to contrasting colors. The full
face mask is the most desirable. The Alaskan Klee Kai is very curious,
active, quick and agile. His loyalty and alertness make the Alaskan
Klee Kai an excellent watchdog despite his small size. While
affectionate with family members, the Alaskan Klee Kai is reserved with
strangers and in unfamiliar situations.

HEAD

The head is
clean, free of wrinkles, proportionate to the size of the body, with a
moderate stop. When viewed from the top or side, the skull and muzzle
taper toward the nose to form a broad-based wedge shape. Faults: Narrow
head; insufficient stop; stop too steep. Skull-The skull is slightly
rounded and somewhat broad; tapering gradually from the widest point to
the eyes. Faults: Skull too flat or too domed. Muzzle-The length of the
muzzle from stop to nose is equal to or slightly shorter than the
length of the skull from occiput to stop. When viewed from the side or
from above, the muzzle tapers slightly from where it joins the skull to
the nose. The muzzle is well filled in under the eyes. The lower jaw is
strong but not protruding. Lips are tightly closed and black, except
that liver-colored lips are acceptable in dogs whose coat colors are
shades of red with white. Faults: loosely hanging lips: a shallow or
receding lower jaw; a pinched or snipey muzzle: a too short or too long
muzzle. Teeth-The Alaskan Klee Kai has a complete set of evenly spaced,
white teeth meeting in a scissors bite. Faults: Level bite.
Disqualifications: Over or undershot bite: wry mouth. Nose-A solid
black nose is preferred, although the pink-streaked "snow nose" is
acceptable. A liver-colored nose is acceptable in dogs whose coat
colors are shades of red with white. In profile, the nose is on the
same line as the top of the muzzle and extends just slightly beyond the
lower jaw. Eyes-The eyes are of medium size and may be any color or
combination of colors. Almond-shaped eyes are the most desirable,
followed in order of preference by oval and round. The eyes are set
obliquely. Eye rims are black except that liver eye rims are acceptable
in dogs whose coat colors are shades of red with white. Faults: Bulging
eyes; eyes set too wide or too close together. Ears-The ears are prick,
strongly erect and pointed upward, well-furred, triangular in shape,
and slightly large in proportion to the size of the head. The leather
is thick from base to tip. The ears are set so that the inner edge of
each ear is above the inner half of the eye below it. Ear tips are
slightly rounded. The ears are extremely mobile and react sensitively
to sounds. Faults: Ears set too low. Disqualification: Hanging or drop
ears.

NECK

The neck is medium in length, arched and
carried proudly erect when the dog is standing. When moving at a trot,
the neck is extended so that the head is carried slightly forward.
Faults: Neck too short and thick, neck too long.

FOREQUARTERS

The
shoulders are moderately laid back. The scapula and the upper arm form
an angle of about 110 degrees. The shoulder blade and the upper arm are
roughly equal in length. Viewed from the front, the forelegs are
straight, parallel, and spaced moderately apart, with moderate to fine
bone in proportion to the size of the dog. Pasterns are flexible and
strong, moderately short, and slightly sloping. Elbows are neither
close to the body nor out but are set on a plane parallel to the body.
Front dewclaws may be removed. Faults: Straight shoulders, Weak
pasterns, Short upper arm.

HINDQUARTERS

Viewed from the
rear, the rear pasterns are parallel to each other and spaced
moderately apart. The rear legs are moderately well angulated at stifle
and hock joints. The rear pasterns are well let down and perpendicular
to the ground when viewed from any angle. Rear dew claws may be
removed. Faults: Over angulation; hocks turned in or out; thin or weak
thighs

FEET

The feet are sized in proportion to the bone
of the individual dog, oval in shape, and well-knuckled up. The pads
are thickly cushioned and well-furred between the toes and pads. Hair
on the feet may be trimmed between the pads and around the outer edges
of the feet. Faults: Splay feet; long feet: poorly cushioned pads.

BODY

In
profile, the length of the body from the point of shoulder to the point
of buttocks is slightly longer than the height of the body from the
withers to the ground. The withers are just slightly higher than the
croup. The topline of the back is level from just behind the withers to
the loin which is slightly arched. The croup is broad and very slightly
sloping. The ribs are well sprung out from the spine, forming a strong
back, then curving down and inward to form a body that would be nearly Klee Kai Heart-shaped
if viewed in cross-section. The loin is strong and short but narrower
than the rib cage and with a slight tuck-up. The chest is moderately
broad and let down to the elbows. When viewed from the side, the lowest
point of the chest is immediately behind the foreleg. The forechest
should extend in a shallow oval shape in front of the forelegs but the
sternum should not be excessively pointed. Faults: Chest too broad;
barrel or flat ribs; slack or arched back

TAIL

The tail
should be well-furred and set on just below the level of the topline.
The preferred tail carriage is a loose curl which falls to the center
of the back or drapes to either side of the body. The tail may hang
down when the dog is relaxed but forms a curl when the dog is alert or
moving. A heavily plumed tail is acceptable in dogs with longer coats.
Dark hairs at the tip of the tail are strongly preferred. Faults: Tail
stands away from the back or sides of the body when curled.
Disqualifications: Tail too short to touch the back

COAT

The
coat is double and of sufficient length to give a well-furred
appearance but never so long as to obscure the outline of the dog. The
neck is well-furnished with hair, which forms a protective ruff
blending into the apron. The tail is well-furred with longer hair at
the base and underside of the tail. Longer coated dogs may have some
feathering on the rear of the front legs, the rear of the hindquarters,
from the buttocks to the hock joint; underside of the body; and the
ears. The undercoat is soft and dense and of sufficient length to
support the outer coat. The guard hairs of the outer coat are straight
and never harsh. The absence of undercoat during the shedding season is
normal. This breed is presented in a completely natural condition
except that trimming of hair between the pads and around the feet to
present a neater appearance is permissible. Serious fault: Trimming
other than described above.

COLOR

All coat colors
acceptable provided that the facial mask is distinct and clearly
visible, all markings are symmetrical, and there is a contrasting
lighter color on the dog's throat, chest, breeches, feet, legs and
underside. The most desirable mask consists of: dark coloration on the
skull which extends down the bridge of the muzzle and under the eyes,
provided that the darker color under the eyes extends no more then
halfway down the muzzle; light spots over the eyes; and a contrasting
lighter color extending up the cheeks to a line between the outside
corners of the eyes and the base of the ears, down the sides of the
muzzle, under the jaw, and down the throat. The fur on the inside of
the ears should also be of the same lighter contrasting color. Any of
the following markings are very desirable but it is not necessary that
all be present: Light spots over the eyes; a light blaze centered in
the middle of the skull and stop: a dark strip down the center of the
muzzle which may be evenly divided by a narrow light-colored strip;
dark coloration under the eyes; and dark coloration at the tip of the
tail. With the exception of the blaze and the light spots above the
eyes, the more of the lighter contrasting color present on the upper
part of the face, the less desirable is the mask, with the least
acceptable being the Widows Peak [where the entire face is of the
lighter color with just a small dark area capping the top of the head
and a point dropping into the center of the upper forehead].
Disqualifications: Absence of mask: absence of lighter contrasting
color on underside of dog; asymmetrical markings; any distinct area of
lighter contrasting color on the topline, also called a "cape": a dark
strip on the center of the muzzle that extends down the sides of the
muzzle; distinct spots of lighter contrasting color anywhere other than
the spots over the eyes, the blaze on the head, or the tip of the tail;
solid coat color which lacks contrasting color on legs and underside
and which results in absence of mask.

HEIGHT & WEIGHT

Height
is measured from the withers to the ground. An Alaskan Klee Kai should
not appear heavy or too thin. Weight should be proportionate to height.

Toy Variety: Up to and including 13 inches.

Miniature Variety: Over 13 inches and up to and including 15 inches.

Standard Variety: Over 15 inches up to and including 17 inches.

Serious Fault: over 17 inches in height.

Disqualifications: Over 18 inches in height.

GAIT

The
Alaskan Klee Kai should move with the smooth, effortless, agile gait of
his Arctic forebears. The forelegs and hind legs are carried straight
forward, with neither elbows nor stifles turned in or out. While the
dog is gaiting, the topline remains firm and appears level.

DISQUALIFICATIONS

Unilateral
or bilateral cryptorchidism. Viciousness or extreme shyness. Over or
undershot bite. Wry mouth, Hanging or drop ears. Tail too short to
touch the back. Absence of mask. Absence of lighter contrasting color
on underside of dog. Asymmetrical markings. Any distinct area of
lighter contrasting color on the topline, also called a "cape." A dark
strip on the center of the muzzle that extends down the sides of the
muzzle. Distinct spots of lighter contrasting color anywhere other than
the spots over the eyes, the blaze on the head, or the tip of the tail.
Solid coat color which lacks contrasting color on legs and underside
and which results in absence of a distinct mask. Over 18 inches in
height.

(c) Copyright January 1997, United Kennel Club, Inc.
U.K.C. is not responsible for inaccuracies in this reproduced standard
or excerpt. These standards may not be reproduced or distributed
without the expressed written consent of the UKC, Inc.

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PostajNaslov: Re: Klee Kai   Klee Kai I_icon_minitimepet ruj 12, 2008 12:51 am

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