C.K.Terra Kennel:エアデールテリア&ワイアーフォックステリア

エアデールテリア&ワイアーフォックステリアのプロブリーダーハンドラー C.K.TERRAの黒須千里発信のテリア的ライフです。

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Wire Fox Terrier:スタンダードの比較

こちらはワイアーフォックステリアのスタンダードになります。
エアデールと同じくFCI、KC、AKC,JKCの4団体の比較になります。
時間があるときに少しずつ翻訳していけたらと思っています。
これを基本に解釈本などを読みあさっています。
エアデールでも書きましたがこれが外枠です。微妙にみなさんニュアンス違う事がありますね。
歴史なんかは、ブリードについて書いた本などの方がもっと詳しく書いてあります。それらを読むと何の犬種で何ができるのか?
何をするための機能があるのか?が分かってきて、それが日々接する上でとても重要になってきます。
これはショーのパフォーマンスやトリミングもそうですが、日々の躾や暮らしの中にもDNAに入っているものを理解することはとても大切だと思います。
他犬種をやっている方は特にテリアの歪さにスタンダードの求めるものに驚かれるのではないでしょうか?
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FCI スタンダード:
ORIGIN : Great Britain
GENERAL APPEARANCE
Active and lively, bone and strength in small compass, never cloddy or coarse. Conformation to show perfect balance ; in particular this applies to the relative proportions of skull and foreface, and similarly height at withers and length of body from shoulder point to buttocks appear approximately equal. Standing like a short-backed hunter covering a lot of ground.
BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT
Alert, quick of movement, keen of expression, on tiptoe of expectation at slightest provocation. Friendly, forthcoming and fearless.
HEAD
CRANIAL REGION
Skull: Topline of skull almost flat, sloping slightly and gradually decreasing in width towards eyes.
Stop: Slight.
FACIAL REGION :
Nose : Black.
Muzzle : Little difference in length between skull and foreface. If foreface is noticeably shorter head looks weak and unfinished.
Foreface gradually tapering from eye to muzzle and dipping slightly at its juncture with forehead but not dished or falling away quickly below eyes where it should be full and well made up. Full and rounded contour of cheeks undesirable.
Jaws/Teeth : Jaws strong with perfect, regular and complete scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping the lower teeth and set square to the jaws. Excessive bony or muscular development of jaws undesirable and unsightly.
Eyes : Dark, full of fire and intelligence, moderately small, not prominent. As near circular in shape as possible. Not too far apart nor too high in skull nor too near ears. Light eyes highly undesirable.
Ears : Small, V-shaped, of moderate thickness, flaps neatly folded over and dropping forward close the cheeks. Top line of folded ears well above level of skull. Prick, tulip or rose ears highly undesirable.
NECK
Clean, muscular, of fair length, free from throatiness, broadening to shoulders, presenting a graceful curve when viewed from side.
BODY
Back : Short, level and strong without slackness.
Loin : Muscular, slightly arched. Very short coupled.
Chest : Brisket deep ; front ribs moderately arched ; rear ribs deep, well sprung.
TAIL
Previously customarily docked.
Docked : Set high. Carried erect, not over back or curled. Of good strength and fair length.
Undocked : Set high. Carried erect, not over back or curled. Of good strength and fair length to maintain a balanced appearance.
LIMBS
FOREQUARTERS :
Seen from front, shoulders slope steeply down from junction with neck towards points which should be fine ; viewed from side, long and well laid back and sloping obliquely backwards. Withers always clean cut. Chest deep, not broad. Viewed from any direction, legs straight, bone strong right down to feet. Elbows perpendicular to body, working free of sides, carried straight when moving.
INDQUARTERS :
Strong, muscular and free from droop or crouch. Combination of short second thigh and straight stifle highly undesirable.
Thighs : Long and powerful.
Stifles : Well bent, turning neither in nor out.
Hocks : Well let down.
Metatarsus : Upright and parallel when viewed from rear.
FEET : Round, compact with small, tough and well cushioned pads, toes moderately arched. Turning neither in nor out.
GAIT / MOVEMENT
Fore- and hindlegs move straight forward and parallel. Elbows move perpendicular to body, working free of sides. Stifles turning neither in nor out. Good drive coming from well flexing hindquarters.
COAT
HAIR : Dense, very wiry texture, 2 cm (3/4 in) on shoulder to 4 cm ( 1 ½ ins) on withers, back, ribs and quarters with undercoat of short, softer hair. Back and quarters harsher than sides. Hair on jaws crisp and of sufficient length to impart appearance of strength to foreface. Leg hair dense and crisp.
COLOUR : White predominates with black, black and tan or tan markings. Brindle, red, liver or slate-blue markings undesirable.
SIZE AND WEIGHT
Height at the withers not exceeding 39 cm ( 15 ½ ins ) in dogs, bitches slightly less.
Ideal weight in show condition 8,25 kg (18 lbs) for dogs, bitches slightly less.
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.
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.
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AKCスタンダード:
Official Standard of the Wire Fox Terrier General Appearance:
The Terrier should be alert, quick of movement, keen of expression, on the tip-toe of expectation at the slightest provocation. Character is imparted by the expression of the eyes and by the carriage of ears and tail. Bone and strength in a small compass are essential, but this must not be taken to mean that a Terrier should be "cloddy," or in any way coarse - speed and endurance being requisite as well as power. The Terrier must on no account be leggy, nor must he be too short on the leg. He should stand like a cleverly made, short-backed hunter, covering a lot of ground. N.B. Old scars or injuries, the result of work or accident, should not be allowed to prejudice a Terrier's chance in the show ring, unless they interfere with its movement or with its utility for work or stud. Size, Proportion, Substance: According to present-day requirements, a full-sized, well balanced dog should not exceed 15½ inches at the withers - the bitch being proportionately lower - nor should the length of back from withers to root of tail exceed 12 inches, while to maintain the relative proportions, the head-as mentioned below-should not exceed 7¼ inches or be less than 7 inches. A dog with these measurements should scale 18 pounds in show condition - a bitch weighing some two pounds less - with a margin of one pound either way. The dog should be balanced and this may be defined as the correct proportions of a certain point or points, when considered in relation to a certain other point or points. It is the keystone of the Terrier's anatomy. The chief points for consideration are the relative proportions of skull and foreface; head and back; height at withers; and length of body from shoulder point to buttock - the ideal of proportion being reached when the last two measurements are the same. It should be added that, although the head measurements can be taken with absolute accuracy, the height at withers and length of back are approximate, and are inserted for the information of breeders and exhibitors rather than as a hard-and-fast rule.
Head
The length of the head of a full-grown well developed dog of correct size - measured with calipers - from the back of the occipital bone to the nostrils-should be from 7 to 7¼ inches, the bitch's head being proportionately shorter. Any measurement in excess of this usually indicates an oversized or long-backed specimen, although occasionally - so rarely as to partake of the nature of a freak - a Terrier of correct size may boast a head 7½ inches in length. In a well balanced head there should be little apparent difference in length between skull and foreface. If, however, the foreface is noticeably shorter, it amounts to a fault, the head looking weak and "unfinished." On the other hand, when the eyes are set too high up in the skull and too near the ears, it also amounts to a fault, the head being said to have a "foreign appearance." Keen of expression.
Eyes
should be dark in color, moderately small, rather deep-set, not prominent, and full of fire, life, and intelligence; as nearly as possible circular in shape, and not too far apart. Anything approaching a yellow eye is most objectionable.
Ears
should be small and V-shaped and of moderate thickness, the flaps neatly folded over and dropping forward close to the cheeks. The topline of the folded ear should be well above the level of the skull. A pendulous ear, hanging dead by the side of the head like a Hound's, is uncharacteristic of the Terrier, while an ear which is semierect is still more undesirable.
Disqualifications - Ears prick, tulip or rose. The topline of the skull should be almost flat, sloping slightly and gradually decreasing in width toward the eyes, and should not exceed 3½ inches in diameter at the widest part - measuring with the calipers - in the full-grown dog of correct size, the bitch's skull being proportionately narrower. If this measurement is exceeded, the skull is termed "coarse," while a full-grown dog with a much narrower skull is termed "bitchy" in head. Although the foreface should gradually taper from eye to muzzle and should dip slightly at its juncture with the forehead, it should not "dish" or fall away quickly below the eyes, where it should be full and well made up, but relieved from "wedginess" by a little delicate chiseling. While well developed jaw bones, armed with a set of strong, white teeth, impart that appearance of strength to the foreface which is so desirable, an excessive bony or muscular development of the jaws is both unnecessary and unsightly, as it is partly responsible for the full and rounded contour of the cheeks to which the term "cheeky" is applied.
Nose
should be black.
Disqualifications - Nose white, cherry or spotted to a considerable extent with either of these colors.
Mouth - Both upper and lower jaws should be strong and muscular, the teeth as nearly as possible level and capable of closing together like a vise the lower canines locking in front of the upper and the points of the upper incisors slightly overlapping the lower.
Disqualifications - Much undershot, or much overshot.
Neck, Topline, Body:
Neck should be clean, muscular, of fair length, free from throatiness and presenting a graceful curve when viewed from the side. The back should be short and level with no appearance of slackness – the loins muscular and very slightly arched. The term "slackness" is applied both to the portion of the back immediately behind the withers when it shows any tendency to dip, and also the flanks when there is too much space between the back ribs and hipbone. When there is little space between the ribs and hips, the dog is said to be "short in couplings," "short-coupled," or "well ribbed up." A Terrier can scarcely be too short in back, provided he has sufficient length of neck and liberty of movement. The bitch may be slightly longer in couplings than the dog.
Chest
deep and not broad, a too narrow chest being almost as undesirable as a very broad one. Excessive depth of chest and brisket is an impediment to a Terrier when going to ground. The brisket should be deep, the front ribs moderately arched, and the back ribs deep and well sprung. Tail should be set on rather high and carried gaily but not curled. It should be of good strength and substance and of fair length-a three-quarters dock is about right - since it affords the only safe grip when handling working Terriers. A very short tail is suitable neither for work nor show.
Forequarters:
Shoulders when viewed from the front should slope steeply downwards from their juncture, with the neck towards the points, which should be fine. When viewed from the side they should be long, well laid back, and should slope obliquely backwards from points to withers, which should always be clean-cut. A shoulder well laid back gives the long forehand which, in combination with a short back, is so desirable in Terrier or Hunter. The elbows should hang perpendicular to the body, working free of the sides, carried straight through in traveling. Viewed from any direction the legs should be straight, the bone of the forelegs strong right down to the feet. Feet should be round, compact, and not large - the pads tough and well cushioned, and the toes moderately arched and turned neither in nor out. A Terrier with good-shaped forelegs and feet will wear his nails down short by contact with the road surface, the weight of the body being evenly distributed between the toe pads and the heels.
Hindquarters:
Should be strong and muscular, quite free from droop or crouch; the thighs long and powerful; the stifles well curved and turned neither in nor out; the hock joints well bent and near the ground; the hocks perfectly upright and parallel with each other when viewed from behind. The worst possible form of hindquarters consists of a short second thigh and a straight stifle, a combination which causes the hind legs to act as props rather than instruments of propulsion. The hind legs should be carried straight through in traveling. Feet as in front.
Coat:
The best coats appear to be broken, the hairs having a tendency to twist, and are of dense, wiry texture - like coconut matting - the hairs growing so closely and strongly together that, when parted with the fingers, the skin cannot be seen. At the base of these stiff hairs is a shorter growth of finer and softer hair - termed the undercoat. The coat on the sides is never quite so hard as that on the back and quarters. Some of the hardest coats are "crinkly" or slightly waved, but a curly coat is very objectionable. The hair on the upper and lower jaws should be crisp and only sufficiently long to impart an appearance of strength to the foreface. The hair on the forelegs should also be dense and crisp. The coat should average in length from ¾ to one inch on shoulders and neck, lengthening to 1½ inches on withers, back, ribs, and quarters. These measurements are given rather as a guide to exhibitors than as an infallible rule, since the length of coat depends on the climate, seasons, and individual animal. The judge must form his own opinion as to what constitutes a "sufficient" coat on the day.
Color:
White should predominate; brindle, red, liver or slaty blue are objectionable. Otherwise, color is of little or no importance.
Gait:
The movement or action is the crucial test of conformation. The Terrier's legs should be carried straight forward while traveling, the forelegs hanging perpendicular and swinging parallel to the sides, like the pendulum of a clock. The principal propulsive power is furnished by the hind legs, perfection of action being found in the Terrier possessing long thighs and muscular second thighs well bent at the stifles, which admit of a strong forward thrust or "snatch" of the hocks. When approaching, the forelegs should form a continuation of the straight of the front, the feet being the same distance apart as the elbows. When stationary it is often difficult to determine whether a dog is slightly out at shoulder but, directly he moves, the defect - if it exists - becomes more apparent, the forefeet having a tendency to cross, "weave," or "dish." When, on the contrary, the dog is tied at the shoulder, the tendency of the feet is to move wider apart, with a sort of paddling action. When the hocks are turned in-cow-hocks-the stifles and feet are turned outwards, resulting in a serious loss of propulsive power. When the hocks are turned outwards the tendency of the hind feet is to cross, resulting in an ungainly waddle.
Temperament:
The Terrier should be alert, quick of movement, keen of expression, on the tiptoe of expectation at the slightest provocation.
Disqualifications:
Ears prick, tulip or rose. Nose white, cherry or spotted to a considerable extent with either of these colors. Mouth much undershot, or much overshot.
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KCスタンダード:
General Appearance
Active and lively, bone and strength in small compass, never cloddy or coarse. Conformation to show perfect balance; in particular this applies to the relative proportions of skull and foreface, and similarly height at withers and length of body from shoulder point to buttocks appear approximately equal. Standing like a short-backed hunter covering a lot of ground.
Characteristics
Alert, quick of movement, keen of expression, on tiptoe of expectation at slightest provocation.
Temperament
Friendly, forthcoming and fearless.
Head and Skull
Topline of skull almost flat, sloping slightly and gradually decreasing in width towards eyes. Little difference in length between skull and foreface. If foreface is noticeably shorter head looks weak and unfinished.
Foreface gradually tapering from eye to muzzle and dipping slightly at its juncture with forehead but not dished or falling away quickly below eyes where it should be full and well made up. Excessive bony or muscular development of jaws undesirable and unsightly. Full and rounded contour of cheeks undesirable.
Nose
black.
Eyes
Dark, full of fire and intelligence, moderately small, not prominent. As near circular in shape as possible. Not too far apart nor too high in skull nor too near ears. Light eyes highly undesirable.
Ears
Small, V-shaped, of moderate thickness, flaps neatly folded over and dropping forward close to cheeks. Top line of folded ears well above level of skull. Prick, tulip or rose ears highly undesirable.
Mouth
Jaws strong with perfect, regular and complete scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping lower teeth and set square to the jaws.
Neck
Clean, muscular, of fair length, free from throatiness, broadening to shoulders, presenting a graceful curve when viewed from side.
Forequarters
Seen from front, shoulders slope steeply down from junction with neck towards points which should be fine; viewed from side, long and well laid back and sloping obliquely backwards. Withers always clean-cut. Chest deep, not broad. Viewed from any direction, legs straight, bone strong right down to feet. Elbows perpendicular to body, working free of sides, carried straight when moving.
Body
Back short, level and strong without slackness, loin muscular, slightly arched. Brisket deep, front ribs moderately arched, rear ribs deep, well sprung. Very short coupled.
Hindquarters
Strong, muscular and free from droop or crouch. Thighs long and powerful. Stifles well bent, turning neither in nor out. Hocks well let down, upright and parallel when viewed from rear. Combination of short second thigh and straight stifle highly undesirable.
Feet
Round, compact with small, tough and well cushioned pads, toes moderately arched. Turning neither in nor out.
Tail
Previously customarily docked. Docked: Set high. Carried erect, not over back or curled. Of good strength and fair length. Undocked: Set high. Carried erect, not over back or curled. Of good strength and fair length to maintain a balanced appearance.
Gait/Movement
Fore- and hindlegs move straight forward and parallel. Elbows move perpendicular to body, working free of sides. Stifles turning neither in nor out. Good drive coming from well flexing hindquarters.
Coat
Dense, very wiry texture, 2 cms (3/4 in) on shoulder to 4 cms (11/2 ins) on withers, back, ribs and quarters with undercoat of short, softer hair. Back and quarters harsher than sides. Hair on jaws crisp and of sufficient length to impart appearance of strength to foreface. Leg hair dense and crisp.
Colour
White predominates with black, black and tan or tan markings. Brindle, red, liver or slate-blue marking undesirable.
Size
Height at withers not exceeding 39 cms (151/2 ins) in dogs, bitches slightly less. Ideal weight in show condition 8 kgs (18 lbs) for dogs, bitches slightly less.
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 and on the dog’s ability to perform its traditional work.
Note
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JKCスタンダード:
原産国:イギリス
沿革:
非常に古い犬種と思われるが、その起源や沿革は不明である。
貴族のスポーツとして愛好された狐狩りに使用され、フォックステリアと呼ばれるようになったのは18世紀ごろらしい。
古い時代の毛色は狐色だったといわれ、フォックスハウンドが狐を追い、フォックステリアを岩場や巣穴で使用したが毛色が狐と似ていることからしばしばフォックステリアを射殺することがあった。またハウンドのような役目もこなせるようなテリアが求められ、ハウンドが配されて三色毛のスムースが誕生し、さらにほかのテリアと混血されワイアーとなった
1862年バーミンガムのショーに出陳されたが、この時はスムースタイプのフォックステリアだったといわれている。
1876年クラブが設立された後改良が著しく進み、20世紀に入り世界的な人気犬種になった。
一般外貌:
活動的で生き生きしており、小さなk荒田にしっかりした骨量と力を備えており、クロッディーでも、粗野でもない。コンフォメーションは完璧なバランスがとれており、特にマズルとスカルに当てはまり、同様に体高と体長はほぼ等しい
たっているときは短背のハンターのようであるが、活動時はグランドリカバリーに富む。
習性・性格:
注意深く、動きが俊敏で、表情が鋭く、何か起きないかと常に期待しており、些細な事にでも反応する。友好的且つ積極的で怖いもの知らずである。
頭部:
クラニアル・リージョン
スカル:スカルノトップラインはほぼ平らで、わずかに傾斜し目の方へ行くにしたがって徐々に細くなる
ストップ:僅かである。
フェイシャル・リージョン
ノーズ:ブラック
マズル:スカルとマズルの長さはほとんど違いがない。マズルが著しく短いと頭部は弱弱しく不完全に見える。前顔部は目からマズルにかけ徐々に下がるが、ディッシュフェイスであったり、ダウンフェイスにはならない。目の下は膨らんでよく発達していなければならない。張って丸くなった頬の輪郭は好ましくない。
顎・歯
顎は力強ウ、完璧な正しい歯列の欠歯のないシザーズバイトで歯は顎に対して垂直に生えている。角に骨ばった顎や筋肉の発達した顎は見苦しい。
目:
ダークで大変情熱的で聡明で適度な大きさの目をしており出目ではない。
形は丸に近ければ近いほど良い。目は離れすぎておらず、スカルの上の方についてもならず、耳に近すぎてもならない。明るい色の目は非常に好ましくない。
耳:
小さくV字型で、適度な厚みがある。垂れ耳は綺麗に折れており、頬に接するように前に垂れている。耳の折れ目はスカルのトップラインよりかなり上である。
たち耳、チューリップイヤー、ローズイヤーは非常に好ましくない。
ネック:
すっきりしており、筋肉質でかなり長く、スローティネスはない。肩に行くにしたがって幅広になる。側望すると優雅な曲線を描いている。
ボディー:
背:短く、平らでたるみがなく強い。
ロイン:筋肉質で僅かにアーチにカップリングは非常に短い。
チェスト:下胸は深く、前方の肋は適度にアーチし、後方の肋は深くよく張っている
テイル:
以前は習慣的に断尾されていた。
断尾する場合:尾付は高く、直立しており背負ったりカールしたりしない。力強く適度に長い。
断尾しない場合:尾付は高く、直立しており背負ったりカールしたりしない。力強く適度な長さがあり全体のバランスが保たれる。
四肢:
前肢:前望すると肩は頸との接合部分から肩幅に向けて深く傾斜しており、見事である。
側望すると長くよく寝ておりレイバックしている。キ甲は適度な筋肉がついて滑らかである。胸は深いが幅広ではない。どの角度から見ても足は真っ直ぐで丈夫な骨は足まで達している。肘はボディーに接し側面で自由に動く。動いているときには足は真っ直ぐ動く。
後肢:力強く、筋肉質で弛みがあったり極端な角度になってはいない。
短い下腿と真っ直ぐなスタイフルは非常に好ましくない。
大腿:長く、力強い
スタイフル:よく曲がっており、内向も外向もしない
ホック:低い位置に付いている
リア・パスターン:後望すると垂直で平行である
フィート:
マルク、コンパクトで小さくタフでパッドは弾力があり指趾は適度にアーチしている。内向も外向もしていない。
歩様:
前脚や後脚は真っ直ぐに前に伸び、平行に動く。肘はボディーに接し側面で自由に動きスタイフルは外向も内向もしていない。大変柔軟な後肢が十分な推進力をもたらす。
コート:
密生しており、たいへんワイアリーである。肩部では2cm、キ甲、背、肋、四肢では4cm位の長さがあり下毛は短く柔らかい。瀬戸四肢の被毛は側面よりも堅い。
顎の被毛は縮れ毛で、十分な長さがあり前顔部に力強さを与えている。足の被毛は密で縮れ毛である。
カラー:
ホワイトが優勢。
それにブラックやブラック&タン、タンのマーキングがある。
ブリンダルやレッド、レバー、スレートブルーの、あーキングは好ましくない。
サイズ:
オスの体高は39cmを超えず、メスはそれより僅かに低い。
ショーコンディションでの理想体重はオスが8.25キロメスはそれより僅かに軽い。
欠点:
上記の点からのいかなる逸脱も欠点とみなされ、その欠点の重大さは逸脱の程度に比例する。
失格:陰睾丸



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当ケネルの犬たちが見られます。
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(Legacy/Leche)
また、近年のブリーダーの世界的情勢を考えて、健康面の健全性を上げるための、DNAテストを含め、色々な検査を実施してクリアしたもののみの交配を心がけております。
当犬舎在住の雄との交配条件も厳しくいたしました。
当犬舎では雄雌共に、
股関節・肘関節・膝蓋骨・腎臓・心臓の検査を行って検査結果に基づいた交配計画を組んでおります。
今後も情勢によっては目の検査等増えていくことになると思います。
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アメリカでBergit Kabel女史・Gabriel Rangel氏の下で学んだことをもとに繁殖・ショーをしています。
当ケネルは、パピィーミル・バッグヤードブリーダーではありませんので、通年を通じて常時お渡しできる子犬がいるわけではありません。
また、パピーたちはこちらで愛情を持って離乳・トイレトレーニングやゲージトレーニング・パピーソーシャライズなどを行いながら育て、生後3か月以上を過ぎてからのお渡しとなります。
お引き渡し時には、2回以上の予防接種・健康診断・2回以上の駆虫・マイクロチップの装着が済んでおります。
また、契約内容に目を通していただいてサインをいただいてからの引き渡しとなりますのでご了承ください。
引き渡し時には予防接種証明書・マイクロチップ証明書・フードやサプリ・おやつ等を一緒にお渡ししております。
母体にいるときから、栄養面、精神面、運動面すべてにおいて1頭ずつ違う管理をさせていただいております。
その子にあった離乳プログラムからのフード選びをしています。
尚マイクロチップは何かあった時に私の所に戻れるように・・・というブリーダーの願いが入っていますので、基本的に名義変更は出来ません。
毎回テーマとポリシーをきめての熟慮したものとしておりますのでお早目の予約をお願いします。
残すことを主に考えたブリーディングプランですので、できるだけ長く残して育てて最終的に残す子を決め、それ以外の子はかわいがってくださるご家庭にお譲りしたいとおもっています
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