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Pharaoh Hound

Pharaoh Hound

The Pharaoh Hound is a graceful, athletic sighthound. The muscles are lithe, never heavy. The head is wedge-shaped and chiseled. The flat skull and muzzle are long and slim. The small eyes are amber or light brown. The ears are very large and stand erect. The nose is tan and speckled with pink. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The jaw is powerful. The neck is fairly long and slightly arched. The brisket is deep and the abdomen moderately tucked up. The whip-like tail is carried down, thick at the root, tapering to a point. The front legs are straight. Removal of the dewclaws is optional. The coat is short and glossy in red or tan, often with white markings. A white tip on the tail is preferred. A white star on the chest, white on toes and/or a thin white line down the center of the face are permitted. Any white on the back of the dog is a disqualification. Pharaoh hounds “blush” when they are excited or happy, ... 

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Cat Breed

European Shorthair

European Shorthair

A commoner with a pedigree! The European Shorthair is the Continental European equivalent to the British Shorthair in Great Britain and the American Shorthair in the United States. The European Shorthair is derived from the common domestic cat (house cat or mixed breed cat) through selective breeding based on aesthetic criteria. In 1925, so-called “European” cats obtained their first standard. This breed, previously grouped with the British Shorthair, was approved by the F.I.Fe in 1982. It is not recognized by Great Britain’s G.C.C.F. Characteristics The European Shorthair is a hardy, active, dynamic, playful cat. More easygoing in nature than the mixed breed cat, the European Shorthair is calmer and gentler. An affectionate, pleasant companion, it is highly adaptable. A good hunter, it likes being outdoors. It is easy to groom. Weekly brushing is quite sufficient, except during shedding.... 

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