URUGUAYAN CIMARRON - FCI-Standard N° 353 

TRANSLATION: Jorge Nallem, in collaboration with Raymond Triquet, Renee Spore Willes and Jennifer Mulholland. 03.11.2014

 

ORIGIN: Uruguay

 

UTILIZATION: Excellent for herding, big game hunting and guard.

 

CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. :  

Group 2  Pinschers and Schnauzers,

Molossoid breeds, Swiss

Mountain and Cattle dogs.

 

Section 2.1 Molossoid, Dogue type.

Without working trial.

 

BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY: The origin of the CIMARRÓN URUGUAYO is uncertain. It is known to be descended from the dogs introduced by the Spanish and Portuguese conquerors.

These dogs left in the country crossed among themselves. Natural selection had as a result that only the fitter, the stronger and cleverer individuals survived. This is how the Cimarrón was born.

The inhabitants of the time, recognizing the value of these dogs, domesticated them and progressively began to use them successfully as guards of their estates and as herding dogs in their daily work with cattle.

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IMPORTANTPROPORTIONS:

  • Height at withers: length = 10 : 11

  • Height at withers equal to height at croup.

  • Muzzle only slightly shorter than skull.

  • Height to elbow same as from elbow to withers.

 

GENERAL APPEARANCE: The CIMARRÓN URUGUAYO is a medium sized dog of dogue type, strong, compact, with good bones, well muscled and agile.

 

TEMPERAMENT /BEHAVIOUR: Balanced, intelligent and of great courage.

 

HEAD

 

CRANIAL REGION:

Skull: Wider than long. Occiput slightly pronounced.

Stop: Moderate

 

FACIAL REGION:  

Nose: Broad, black or in accordance with coat color.

Muzzle: Powerful.  Medium width, only slightly shorter than skull.

Lips: Upper lip covers lower lip but are not hanging.

Jaws/Teeth: Jaws strong, powerful. Teeth strong, well aligned, complete bite. Scissor bite, i.e.upper incisors closely overlapping the lower incisors and set square to thejaws.

Cheeks: Well developed but not bulging.

Eyes: Medium size, almond shape, with inquisitive expression. Any shade of brown and in accordance with coat color, the darker the better. Eyelids tightly fitting eye ball and fully pigmented.

Ears: Medium size, set neither too high nor too low, triangular, dropping but not close to the cheeks or in rose shape. May be cropped, round looking in shape like puma ears, never more than half their length (except in countries where ear cropping is forbidden by law).

 

NECK: Strong, well muscled, not too long.

 

BODY:

Top line: Height at the withers is the same as height at the croup. Level or with a slight inclination behind the withers.

Withers: Well defined.

Loin: Short, strong, slightly arched.

Croup: Of good length, broad, sloping at 30º on the horizontal. Its height is the same as the height of the withers.

Chest: Deep,reaching at least to the elbow. Broad and well developed. Ribs well sprung, but not barrel shaped. Forechest well defined.

 

TAIL: Thick, medium set. Reaching the hock. At rest carried low. In motion carried horizontally or slightly upward.

 

LIMBS

 

FOREQUARTERS:  viewed from the front, straight and parallel.

Shoulder blade: Well laid back.

Upper arms: Same length as the shoulder blades.

Elbows: Neither turned in nor out.

Forearms: Straight. Strong bone.

Metacarpus(Pasterns): Seen from the side, slightly sloping

Front feet: Oval shaped, well-knit toes. With strongpads

 

HINDQUARTERS: Well muscled and powerful, seen from behind straight and parallel.

Upper thighs: Well developed

Stifles: Well angulated.

Metatarsus (RearPasterns):  Firm, of medium length. 

Hind feet:  Cat feet, strong pads.

 

 

GAIT / MOVEMENT: Effortless. With good reach in front and good drive behind. In movement, seen from the front and from behind, the legs are parallel, single tracking when speed increases. 

 

SKIN: Thick and supple.

COAT

 

HAIR: Short, smooth, close to the body, with undercoat. Long hair will disqualify

 

COLOUR: Brindle or all shades of fawn, the latter may have black shadings. Also bluish brindle and bluish fawn, all with or without mask. White marks are allowed in the following places: under jaw, the throat, fore chest, abdomen and lower part of legs not exceeding up the wrist or half way up the metatarsus.

 

SIZE AND WEIGHT 

 

Height at withers:          Dogs: 58 to 61cm (2cm.  Tolerance)

                                        Bitch: 55 to 58cm (2cm.   Tolerance)

 

Weight:                 Dogs             38 – 45 kg.

                              Bitches         33 – 40 kg.

 

FAULTS:  

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.

• Lips excessively pendulous at corners.

• Excessive dewlap.

• Cheeks too prominent.

 

SEVERE FAULTS:

• White markings with the exception of those mentioned above.

• Clear departure from the important proportions.

• Absence of sexual dimorphism.

• Size under or over the stipulated height (including the tolerance).

• Sloping topline.

 

DISQUALIFYING FAULTS:

• Aggressive or overly shy dogs.

• Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioral abnormalities shall be disqualified.

• Clear lack of type.

• Undershot.

• Overshot.

• Unpigmented nose.

• Long hair.

• Genetic brown (chocolate) coat colour, in fawns or brindles with nose and gums brown and light eyes.

• Any colour not mentioned

 

 

 

N.B. Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

Only functionally and clinically healthy dogs, with breed typical conformation should be use for breeding.

 

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