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Thai bangkaew dog chumsangsongkram kennel Phitsanulok , Thailand คอกชุมแสงสงคราม
ChumSangSongKram Kennel http://www.chumsang.net The First breeder and The First Thai BangKaew Dog kennel in Thailand. This is the first pioneer dog group of the history of Bangkeaw which comes from Pitsanulok province., and has been introduced Bangkeaw, a Thai special breed, through out Thailand. It has a outstanding improvement of breeding development that follows the good standard of Thaiand breed. Therefore, there is no doubt that this can make this breed so welknown. It has been established in year 1989 in Phitsanulok. The name of people who was involved in establishing this breed.Khun Prathum and Khun Supavadee Kongjareon Pioneer Team : Khun Teaung KongjareonAt present this dog is registered in the Thailand dog Development Centre in Phitsanulok Where is located in town at 6/30 Thammabucha Rd.Soi 1 A.Muang Phitsanulok 65000,
closed to Prasirattana Mahathatwikarn temple or Watyai. This temple is very welknown in Phitsanulok and is the place that has a high respective Image Budha. Khun Prathum and Khun Supavadee Kongjareon Tel: +66 55 304 066,+66 1 972 6683, +66 9 268 1326
Thai Bangkaew Dog
Breed from Thailand achieves international recognition
Last April, the Thai Bangkaew Dog became the latest breed accepted by the FédérationCynologiqueInternationale (FCI). “It was a long process until the recognition of the association”, tells the breeder Jetsada Sangjan, who lives in Phitsanulok, province in the central region of Thailand, where this breed was originated. Since 1989 a group of enthusiasts worked for is recognition. It is believed that the breed traces its ancestry back to a cross, occurred during the 1950s, between a female dog owned by a Buddhist abbot’s, LuangPuhMak, and a feral dog (street dog with wild behavior). ”He was very kind to the animals -- several species of animals took refuge there”, explains Sangjan. Few years later, the dogs are bred widely in the province. Currently, Thailand have 5 Thai Bangkaew Dog breed clubs and there are dogs of this breed in foreign countries Thai Bangkaew Dog measures from 41 up to 55 cm at the withers, its hair is moderately long on body, and is always white, with one or two more colors (red, tan, fawn, lemon, grey or black). “It is very active, sociable with other animals and slightly aloof towards strangers”, says Sangjan. Puppies are sold for 20,000 – 50,000 Baht. The breeder Mr.Jetsada Sangjan can be contacted by the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
bangkaew Brazilian Pet Magazine Cães & Cia (Dogs And Company, in English – www.caes-e-cia.com.br).
THAI BANGKEAW DOG ( A SPECIAL BREED)
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Also known simply as the Bangkaew and the TBD, the Thai Bangkaew Dog is an intelligent, loyal, and protective breed. But how do you know whether you are ready to purchase a pet and if this breed is right for you? This information is absolutely necessary in making the decision to purchase a pet.
The exact origin of the Thai Bangkaew Dog has not been well documented. Enthusiasts believe that the Thai Bangkaew Dog dates back as far as the 18th century and descended from various Spitz and Sheepdog breeds, though this has never been proven scientifically or otherwise.
Throughout its history, the Thai Bangkaew Dog has been most commonly used for hunting, tracking, and retrieving game on both land and in water, and as a watch and guard dog, proving its superior abilities to work in the harshest of terrain while providing protection and companionship.
Today, while the Thai Bangkaew Dog has attained a regional popularity as a hunting, working, and companion dog, the breed remains extremely rare outside of its native Thailand.
Best known for its lively and outgoing nature, the Thai Bangkaew Dog prefers to keep busy with work or play at all times. These dogs thrive on strong and dependable relationship with humans, and love to receive attention and playing the role of guardian. This breed is very intelligent, yet stubborn, overly confident, and somewhat independent, creating difficulty in training. As a pet, the Thai Bangkaew Dog is loyal, loving, and affectionate. The Thai Bangkaew Dog is not suited for full-time indoor or apartment living, as it enjoys spending time outdoors, taking long and leisurely walks, and having plenty of room to roam, run, and play.
Due to its stubborn, overly confident, and independent attitude, the Thai Bangkaew Dog can prove rather challenging to train. This breed is known for growing bored and impatient with repetitive exercises and tasks, and can be especially difficult to housebreaking.
Establishing immediate dominance, trust, and respect is key to successfully training the Thai Bangkaew Dog. These dogs require an experienced, confident, and strong handler with a stern and serious approach to repetitive exercises and tasks.
Benefits and Disadvantages of the Breed
There are many benefits to owning a Thai Bangkaew Dog. These active and adventurous dogs are always on the go, and often quite amusing and entertaining to watch while at play. When properly socialized from a young age, the Thai Bangkaew Dog gets along well with children and non-dog pets, known for its sweet and gentle approach to small children. This breed is alert, protective, and territorial, making an incredible watch and guard dog by announcing the arrival of guests and unwanted visitors, and serving as a deterrent to would-be intruders. The Thai Bangkaew Dog is loyal, loving, and affectionate, making an excellent hunting and working dog, family pet, and companion alike.
Unfortunately, there are also disadvantages to owning a Thai Bangkaew Dog. This energetic and athletic breed requires large amounts of daily exercise and room to run and play outdoors, especially when under the age of two years. Anyone wishing to purchase this breed lacking the adequate amount of time and space to dedicate to the dog is strongly advised against doing so. A Thai Bangkaew Dog not receiving the proper amount of exercise and space will often act out by destroying property, chewing, digging, barking, whining, and ignoring basic training such as housebreaking.
The Thai Bangkaew Dog is not recommended for households with other dogs. Even with proper socialization from a young age, this breed is known to show excessive aggression, dominance, and jealousy towards other dogs.
Like most Spitz breeds, the Thai Bangkaew Dog has a thick and full coat which requires almost constant attention such as brushing and grooming in order to prevent tangling and maintain its attractive appearance.
As previously mentioned, the Thai Bangkaew Dog remains extremely rare outside of its native Thailand and can prove quite difficult to obtain. Individuals seeking to purchase this breed often encounter such challenges as inability to locate a breeder, very high prices, and being placed on long waiting lists.
Common Health Concerns
While the Thai Bangkaew Dog is typically known as a healthy and hearty breed, they do suffer from a few health problems, including: hip dysplasia, likeliness to develop cancer, liver disease, chronic ear infection, progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts, cryptorchidism - failure of one or both of the testicles to fully descend, and bloat.
Summary of Thai Bangkeaw Dog
The Thai Bangkaew Dog is an Asian dog breed. It is a medium-sized Spitz-type dog.
Higher classification: Dog
Temperament: Active, Devoted, Watchful, Agile, Protective, Intelligent
Height: Male: 46–56 cm, Female: 41–51 cm
Weight: Male: 18.1–20.4 kg, Female: 15.9–18.1 kg
Colors: Gray & White, Red & White, Black & White, White & Tan,Brown & White
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FEDERATION CYNOLOGIQUE INTERNATIONALE (AISBL)
THAI BANGKAEW DOG
TRANSLATION: Revised by Renée Sporre-Willes and Paul Stanton (EN).
This illustration does not necessarily show the ideal example of the breed.
Skull: The skull is wedge-shaped and should be strong, fairly broad but not coarse, and in proportion to the body.
Stop: Clearly defined, but moderate.
Nose: Black and in proportion to muzzle.
Muzzle: Of medium length, broad at base and tapering toward tip. Nasal bridge should be straight.
Lips: Tight with dark and full pigmentation.
Jaws/Teeth: Upper and lower jaws are strong and with full dentition. Scissors bite. A pincer bite is tolerated.
Eyes: Medium sized, almond shaped. Colour should be black or dark brown.
Ears: Small, in proportion to head, set on rather high but not too close together, triangular with tips slightly pointed, erect and pointing forward, only slightly hooded.
NECK: Strong, muscular, blending smoothly into shoulders, proud carriage.
Back: Viewed in profile, straight and level.
Loin: Strong and broad.
Croup: Moderately sloping.
Chest: Fairly wide, deep, well let down between forelegs and extending to the elbows, ribs well sprung but never barrel shaped.
Underline and belly:The belly is only slightly tucked up.
TAIL: Moderately long, well feathered, thick towards the base, well set on and carried with moderate upward curve over back.
COLOUR: White with well defined patches. Often in any shade of ‘lemon’, red, fawn, tan, or grey, with or without more or less blackened hair tips, even to the extent of looking tri-coloured, also white with solid black patches. Any shape or distribution of patches accepted, but symmetrical markings on head, covering eyes and ears, preferred, with or without a dark mask and preferably with a white marking around the muzzle. Slight ticking in the white is permissible in an otherwise excellent specimen.
Ideal height at the withers:
Males: Minimum 46 cms, maximum 55 cms.
Females: Minimum 41 cms, maximum 46 cms.
Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.
DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE OFFICIAL VALID STANDARD: 14.04.2011.
UTILIZATION: Companion dog.
FCI-CLASSIFICATION: Group 5 Spitz and primitive type.
Section 5 Asian Spitzes and related breeds.
Without working trial.
BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY: The Bangkaew Dog is an old breed that originated from the Bangkaew village, in Thanang-ngam area in the Bang-rakam district of Phitsanulok province in Thailand. The breed traces its ancestry back to a cross between a Buddhist abbot’s local black & white female dog and a now extinct wild dog producing today’s breed.
In 1957, selective breeding from single litters produced the generations seen today. The Thai Bangkaew Dog is regarded as a precious heritage of Phitsanulok province. The dogs are bred widely in the province and have become so famous nationwide that they now are bred in every part of Thailand.
GENERAL APPEARANCE: The Thai Bangkaew Dog is a square built, well proportioned dog, never low on legs, with fairly wide and deep chest. It has a double-coat that should form a ruff around the neck and shoulders and a pluming tail, more pronounced in males than females. Males have larger bone than females.
Length of body / Height at withers is 1 : 1. Length of legs slightly superior to depth of chest.
BEHAVIOUR/TEMPERAMENT: Alert, intelligent, loyal, watchful and obedient. The breed is easy to train. It could be slightly aloof towards strangers.
Shoulder: Moderately laid back and well muscled.
Upperarm: In balance with shoulder angulation.
Forearm: Straight and strong, parallel when viewed from front.
Metacarpus (Pastern): Short with only a slight slope.
Forefeet: Rounded, arched and tightly knit.
Thigh:Angulation in balance with that of forequarters and strongly muscled.
Stifle (Knee): Well angulated.
Hock joint: Well let down.
Metatarsus (Rear pastern): Viewed from behind, perpendicular to the ground.
Hind feet: As forefeet.
GAIT / MOVEMENT: Flexible and strong movement with good reach and drive, but never with exaggerated reach, drive and speed, keeping level topline and proud carriage of head and tail. Front- and hind legs parallel. Front-and rear movement tend to single-tracking when speed is increased.
Hair: Double coat. Guard coat straight and coarse, undercoat soft and dense. Moderately long on body, longer around neck and shoulders forming a ruff that is more pronounced in males than in females. Back of forelegs covered with feathering diminishing to pasterns. Backside of hindlegs covered with long hair to the hocks. Coat length never to be so exaggerated as to obscure the body shape. The coat is short on head and front of legs.
N.B: Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.
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Thai bangkaew dog chumsangsongkram kennel Phitsanulok , Thailand คอกชุมแสงสงคราม
ChumSangSongKram Kennel http://www.chumsang.net The First breeder and The First Thai BangKaew Dog kennel in Thailand.
This is the first pioneer dog group of the history of Bangkeaw which comes from Pitsanulok province., and has been introduced Bangkeaw,
a Thai special breed, through out Thailand. It has a outstanding improvement of breeding development that follows the good standard of Thaiand breed.
Therefore, there is no doubt that this can make this breed so welknown.
It has been established in year 1989 in Phitsanulok. The name of people who was involved in establishing this breed.Khun Prathum and
Khun Supavadee Kongjareon Pioneer Team : Khun Teaung KongjareonAt present this dog is registered in the Thailand dog Development Centre
Where is located in town at 6/30 Thammabucha Rd.Soi 1 Muang Phitsanulok 65000,
closed to Prasirattana Mahathatwikarn temple or Watyai. This temple is very welknown in Phitsanulok and is the place that has a high respective
Khun Prathum and Khun Supavadee Kongjareon
Tel: +66 55 304 066,+66 1 972 6683,
+66 9 268 1326
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