How to choose a puppy Beaver York: recommendations of specialists
Before choosing a Beaver York puppy, ask yourself important questions and honestly answer them.
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In general, the choice of a biver-york puppy follows the same rules as the choice of a puppy of any breed, but there are features that are specific to bivers.
Beaver Yorks is a young and yet rare breed. Therefore, in order not to meet the cross, in advance, read the description of the standard. Judging by the puppy is difficult, but parents must comply with the standard.
An adult Beaver York has a height at the withers of about 22 cm and a weight of 2 - 3.5 kg. The eyes are small, dark, there is eyeliner for centuries. Ears are erect, located close to each other, triangular. The body is compact, limbs (front and rear) are absolutely straight.
Pay attention to the color of the parents. On the head should be a combination of three colors (white, black and red or white, blue and red), on the body - two colors (white and black). Red hair on the body should not be. Forelegs, breast and tummy are pure white.
A good Beaver York is curious and active, with no signs of aggressiveness.
If you choose a puppy for future participation in exhibitions or breeding, remember that there are drawbacks that will block your pet's path to the ring. These are bright eyes, depigmentation of the eyelids, fold, curly, wavy or sparse and short hair, golden marks on the body, more than 80% white in color.
Be sure to read the exhibition diplomas of parents, their descriptions.
It is great if you have the opportunity to rely on the opinion of an independent expert when choosing a Beaver York puppy.