Breeds standard «Russkaya tsvetnaya bolonka»
At session of Presidium RKF of 11/24/2010 was accepted the standard of Russkaya Tsvetnaya Bolonka. The following standard comes into force from the moment of publication in the RCF Bulletin. FCI-RKF- Standard 11.24.2010/ Russia Russkaya Tsvetnaya Bolonka
ORIGIN: Russia
UTILIZATION: Dog-partner.
CLASSIFICATION: group 9, Dog-partner.


Nose: small, vertical in a profile, nostrils are well opened; nose is black or similar to the tone of colour, preferable more dark. Muzzle: rather short, dry, lightly tapering to a nose. Nasal bone is straight, in the basis is wide. Lower jaw is wide enough. Lips: tight, the edges of lips are black or similar to the tone of the colour, preferable more dark. Jaws/teeth: scissor bite, level bite and undershot without break are tolerated. Teeth are white, strong. Incisors stand perpendicularly to the jaw, presence of all incisors and canines are desirable. Cheeks: Cheeks are lightly rounded. Eyes: average size, dark, round, looking straight ahead. Brown coloured dogs are tolerated to have lighter eyes; black close fitting eyelids or similar to the tone of the colour, friendly and mischievous eyes expression. Ears: average length, V-shaped, lightly blunt, hanging on the gristles, moderately highly. They are covered by rich luxury coat. NECK: Average length, sloping topline, dry, brawny. BODY: Compact, moderately wide. Top line: level. Withers: moderately expressed. Back: Straight, strong, broad, brawny, moderately long. Loin: Short, lightly arched. Croup: Rounded, moderate length, wide enough, slightly steep, with the developed muscles. Chest: Moderately wide, oval shaped, long, low part reaches elbows. Line of a bottom and abdomen: Abdomen is moderately tucked up. TAIL: Average length, high set, snap in the form of a ring or is on the back. The end of a tail is pressed to a trunk. The tail is completely covered by coat. LIMBS FOREQUARTERS: General view: straight and parallel, moderately widely. Blades: Are slantwise front, pulled back, with good muscles, angulation with a shoulder is 100-110 ˚. Shoulders: The length of humeral bone is equal to the length of the blade Elbows: Are directed strictly back. Forearms: Average length, upright. Wrists: Continue a vertical line of a forearm. Pasterns: Strong, almost upright. Paws: Small, round form, close-cupped, tightly-knit. Pads and claws are dark. HINDQUARTERS: General view: straight and parallel, moderately wide. Hips: Average length, with the developed muscles, slightly laid back Stifls: Round, angles are moderately expressed. Thighs: Average length, slightly slanting. Hocks: Dry, strong, moderate angulated. Rear pasterns: Average length, upright. Paws: Hindfeet are little smaller than forefeet, they are oval shaped in a lump, close-cupped, tightly-knit. Pads and claws are dark. MOVEMENTS: effortless, free SKIN: elastic, without wrinkles, its pigmentation corresponds to the colour of the coat. COAT: Long, silky, shining, dense, with well developed undercoat, covered the whole body. Hair is thick, heavy. The large curl is preferable, wavy coat is tolerated. COLOUR: Any colour, except white and spotty. Small white marks on the chest and fingers are tolerated. SIZE AND WEIGHT: Height in withers: Desirable growth (male and female) – up to 26 sm Weight: The average weight of males and females – 3-4 kg.


Any departure from the foreground points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.
  1. Square or too long format. Long- or short-legged
  2. Flat forehead, slightly defied stop, long muzzle.
  3. Absence of one incisors.
  4. Straight coat.
  5. Fine hair.
  1. Semi-pricked or prick ears.
  2. Bulging eyes.
  3. Absence of 2 and more incisors.
  4. Undershot with break.
  5. Absence of undercoat.
  6. Gnarled tail.
  7. Short cabriole forearms.
  8. Large white stain on chest, white paws.
  1. Non-standard coat colour.
  2. Absence of coat on a head.
  3. Overshot, wry mouth.
  4. Heigh in withers more than 28 sm
  5. Uncontrollability, aggression.
  6. Blue or partycoloured eyes.
  7. Bobbed tail.
  8. Too cobby.
N.B.: Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.
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