Šioje nuorodoje yra sudėti laikų standartai:
http://www.ruslaika.ru/porod.html (rusų kalba)
Anglų kalba :
Karelų meškinės laikos standartas:
Karelian Bear Dog
HEIGHT:19-23.5 in COAT:Short, harsh,
COLOR:Black with white
OTHER NAMES: Karelsk Bjornhund, Karjalankarhukoira, Karelischer Barenhund REGISTRY:FCI, CKC GROUP:Northern The area of the north of Europe, before well-known like Karelia, always been has lived by great and powerful dogs. These dogs are known by to have followed the first colonists in Finland does thousands of years. He was very used in the hunting of bears, wolves and lynges. This dog is very related to the Russian Laika. The Karelian Bear Dog has small ears that aim slightly forwards. They are protected with a dense short and hard coat protects that them of the hardest colds. The thighs are covered with a heavy hair. The color is black and white, which is unusual for the dogs type spitz of the north of Europe. Their jaws are very powerful. Long tail. Small eyes. Of robust construction, strong bones and medium size
Karelų - Suomių laikos standartas:
WEIGHT: 25-30 pounds
HEIGHT: 15-19 inches
COAT: Dense, moderately
GROUP: Northern DogLaika refers to a type of hunting dog of Northern Russia and Russian Siberia, and is a generic name for several breeds. The Karelo-Finnish Laika, not listed in the FCI nomenclature, is also a Russian breed, with the first standard published in Leningrad in 1936. It is a close relative of Finnish Spitz, as both breeds were bred from similar native dog populations Skull is not wide between the ears. Eyes: Circular. Ears: Triangular, carried erect. Muzzle: Medium size and well-proportioned to the head. Nose: Black and self-colored according to coat. Biting: Scissor or level. Neck: Appears thick. Topline: Level. Chest: Oval, in the background. Body: medium-sized square. Legs: Powerful. Feet: Strong, compact. Tail: Bushy. Movement: very fast and agile, with flowing motion. Temperament: High spirit, however, very nice.
Vakarų sibiro laikos standartas:
FCI-Standard N° 306 / 19.08.1996 / GB WEST SIBERIAN LAIKA
TRANSLATION : Mrs. C. Seidler.
ORIGIN : Russia.
DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THE ORIGINAL VALID STANDARD : 03.06.1980. UTILIZATION :
Polyvalent hunting dog. CLASSIFICATION F.C.I. : Group 5 Spitz and primitive types. Section 2 Nordic hunting dogs. With working trial. BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY : This breed was established by crossing the closely related Chanteisker and Mansijaker strains of Laiki with the dogs of the Russian hunters of the Northern Ural and Western Siberia. Apart from the native stock in the areas where hunting is practised, this breed is widely distributed in the middle zone of Russia, where there is a big number of these dogs producted at large breeding establishments. In quite a few hunting areas there are special kennels for the breeding of West Siberian Laiki.
GENERAL APPEARANCE : Medium size; strong and clean constitution; bone structure well developed but neither massive or nor coarse; muscles strong and well developed.
IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS : Index of format (length of the body x 100 : height at withers) in dogs 103-107, in bitches 104-108.
BEHAVIOUR AND TEMPERAMENT : Balanced, lively.
HEAD : Not large.
RANIAL REGION : Skull : Similar in shape to an equilateral triangle. Stop : Transition from skull to muzzle gradual, barely noticeable.
FACIAL REGION : Muzzle : Long and pointed. Lips dry, close fitting. Jaw/Teeth : White, large; scissor bite. Eyes : Oval, slanting, dark in colour. Ears : Pricked, set on high, pointed. NECK : Muscular, dry.
BODY : Withers : Very pronounced. Back : Strong, straight. Loins : Short, supple. Croup : Broad, muscular, slightly sloping. Chest : Well developed. Belly : Slightly tucked up. TAIL : Strong curl; carried over back or buttocks.
LIMBS FOREQUARTERS : Legs long; muscular, slanting shoulders; pastern not long, slightly inclined.
HINDQUARTERS : Muscular, strong, with well defined angulations of hocks. Dewclaws should be removed.
FEET : Oval, arched with tight toes.
GAIT/MOVEMENT : Typical movement : short trot, alternating with gallop.
SKIN : Thick, without any folds.
COAT HAIR : Guard hairs of outercoat hard, well developed undercoat. Top coat straight and coarse. Thanks to the well developed dense undercoat, it is somewhat “stand off” and appears profuse. On head, ears and front side of the limbs, the coat is short; on withers, neck, shoulders and rear side of the limbs, the hair is longer; it forms a beard on the cheek-bones, a collar on the neck and slight feathering on rear of limbs.
COLOUR : White, pepper and salt, red and grey in all shades; black colour permitted, also particolours and with patches of the same colours.
SIZE : Height at the withers : Dogs 54 to 60 cm. Bitches 52 to 58 cm.
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. ELIMINATING FAULTS : • Aggressive or overly shy. Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.
N.B. : Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.
Rytų sibiro laikos standartas:
FCI Standard No 305 East Siberian Laika (Vostoznosibirskaja Laika)
FCI group 5, section 2, standard 305 General:
The East Siberian Laika is the largest of the 3 Laika breeds and is used for hunting furred animals and forest birds, but mainly for hunting big game, such as bear, wild boar and moose. In the early days, these dogs were even used for hunting tigers in Siberia, but this is forbidden nowadays. Moreover, this breed is used by professional Siberian hunters as a sled dog during their long hunting journeys. The East Siberian Laika looks very impressive, has a relatively broad skull, is strong without a heavy bone structure and the length of the body is longer than the height. His somewhat slanting eyes give him an Asiatic expression. The eye colour is preferably dark. Due to the arctic circumstances and its low temperatures, he has a dense, water resistant, double coat, like all Laika breeds. In summer, he looses his coat and therefore the coat is thinner during this season. The most popular colour is ‘karamis’; black and tan with white or lightpatches, but almost all colours are allowed. The ears are quite small, pricked and must be covered with thick hair, also on the inside. Origin: The East Siberian Laika is originally from the eastern part of Siberia, east of the Jenisej river to the Pacific Ocean. In this area, as large as Europe, a number of local variances have developed with differences in type and size. There are 5 main types: Evenki Laika, Irkutsk Laika, Jakutia Laika, Amur Laika and Tofolar Laika. The Evenki type has had the biggest influence on the development of the East Siberian Laika. Dogs from the Evenki area are large, strong and dry built. The legs are long, the head can be somewhat light and the ears are placed high and close to each other. Mostly, the colour is white, white and grey or white with large black or grey spots. The other important type is the Irkutsk type. These dogs are strong, sometimes massive and medium-sized. The head is broad and strong and the ears are placed to the side and sloping outwards. Mostly, the colour is black or karamis. The other East Siberian Laika types are mixed or crossed with other types, so that their influence has declined. The first breed description was accomplished in 1949, the present one is from 1980. Standard: The East Siberian Laika is a medium-sized, slightly rectangular, strong built and agile dog. Head: Wedge shaped, broad skull, occipital protuberance clearly defined, gradual stop. Length of muzzle almost equal to the length of skull, upper line of the muzzle runs parallel with upper line of the skull. Dry lips, black nose leather. In white or pale yellow colored dogs, a brown nose is permitted; Teeth: Scissor bite, teeth white and strong; Eyes: Not large, oval, slanting, dark in color; Ears: Triangular, pricked; Neck: Muscular, length near to that of the head; Body: Strong back, broad loins, slightly arched. Broad and long croup, slightly sloping. Deep, broad and muscular chest. Belly lightly tucked up; Limbs: Front legs straight and parallel, length slightly more than half the height at withers, well defined angulations between shoulder blade and upper arm. Elastic pastern, strong bone. Well defined angulated, straight and parallel hind legs, muscular; Feet: Almost round, tight toes, dew claws may occur; Tail: Sickle or ring shape. The sickle tail is carried erect or curved towards the back or loins, the strong ring tail leans on the croup or the buttocks. Length reaches the hocks, but may be 1-2 cm shorter; Movement: Typical for the breed is gallop, alterning with trot; Coat: Hair of top coat long, coarse, dense and straight. Under coat dense and soft. A collar is formed on neck and shoulders. In male dogs, a mane is formed at the withers; Color: Black and tan, with light patches (karamis), grizzle, patched, ticked, white, grey, black, red and brown in all shades; Height: Male dog 55-64 cm. Bitch 51-60 cm. Character: The East Siberian Laika is balanced, calm, affectionate and loyal to the family and the herd. He has a strong herd instinct and can be aggressive if a dog outside the herd enters his territory. He has good control of his nerves. The East Siberian Laika reacts fast, but uses his consideration, taking the master’s wishes into account. He is open and friendly towards strangers, bitches may be more reserved. In strange situations, he is considerate and courageous and attacks if needed. The sensitivity to bark varies per dog. The East Siberian Laika can defend himself well and is persistent if needed. He can easily be trained, but has to be taught using soft methods. He cannot take hard training and unnecessary repeating should be avoided.