C.S.R. Blue Book of Dogdom, Volumes 1-2

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Page 55 - The color should be a rich golden chestnut, with no trace whatever of black; white on chest, throat or toes, or a small star on the forehead, or a narrow streak or blaze on the nose or face not to disqualify.
Page 67 - base and gradually tapering to a rounded point. They should be carried close to the head, be thin and fine in texture and always spotted, the more profusely the better. The nose in the black
Page 55 - The feather on the upper portion of the ears should be long and silky; on the back of the fore and hind legs long and fine; a
Page 55 - fold close to the head. The neck should be moderately long, very muscular, but not too thick, slightly arched, free from all tendency to throatiness. Body
Page 75 - back and powerful quarters on muscular legs and exhibiting in a marked degree a great combination of strength and activity. The coat should be about two and
Page 53 - the flag or feather hanging in long pendant flakes; the feather should not commence at the root, but slightly below, and increase in length to the middle, then gradually taper off toward the end; and the
Page 55 - should be short and fine; but on all other parts of the body and legs it ought to be of moderate length,
Page 55 - on the belly, forming a nice fringe, which may extend on chest and throat. Feet to be well feathered between the toes.
Page 74 - low down, thick where it Joins the body, and tapering to a fine point. It should be carried at an angle of
Page 88 - and fine, the skull not broad, with a slight peak at the back. Muzzle long, but not snipey; teeth white, strong and level; gums black, lips black and not showing

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