Bolognese
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Bolognese


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Bolognese:
FCI:
Anerkjent av FCI
FCI nummer: 196
Gruppe 9: Selskapshunder
Seksjon 1: Bichons og beslektede hunderaser
 
AKC:
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Foundation Stock Service (FSS)
Each of the following breeds has been accepted for recording in the AKC Foundation Stock Service®. The AKC provides this service to allow these purebred breeds to continue to develop while providing them with the security of a reliable and reputable avenue to maintain their records. FSS® breeds are not eligible for AKC registration. Several of the FSS breeds are approved to compete in AKC Companion Events. To review the complete list of breeds approved to compete in companion events, click here. Contact information is available for a majority of the Foundation Stock Service® breeds. The AKC does not recommend one club over another. None of the clubs are affiliated with the AKC at this time (except for the coonhound national breed clubs).
VEKT: Hann: 2,5-4kg
Tispe: 2,5-4kg
HØYDE: Hann: 27-30cm
Tispe: 25-28cm
FARGE(R): Hvit
PELSLENGDE: Lang
PELS: Fyldig,tett,rufsete
PELSSTELL: Mye
ALLERGI: Ja
 

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Bolognese
 

Bolognese
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Eligible Registries: Any Acceptable Domestic or Foreign Registry

Contact: Bichon Bolognese Association of America, Inc, Diane Heseltvan Dinter, W7130 Center Valley Road, Shiocton, WI 54170


Historikk:

The Bolognese was developed centuries ago in Bologna Italy and it is written that they were already valued in Italy as early as the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Because of its beauty, grace and charm it became a favourite of the nobility during the Renaissance.

King Umberto of Italy/Savoyen gave a beautiful little Bolognese to Princess Jose of Belgium on her birthday. Also, in 1668 Cosimo de Medici sent eight Bolognese by royal courier and asked his friend Colonel Alamanni in Belgium that these be given as gifts to several of the wealthy and influential families of Brussels.

As time passed and the nobility as such passed also, the Bolognese became an almost extinct breed. However, a few breeders in Europe and especially one man in Italy, Gian Franco Giannelli, who loved the breed, have restored it to its present day popularity.

The breed was brought into England by Liz Stannard in 1990 and first shown that year in Imported Register classes. In 2001 the breed was able to be shown at all shows with their own classes and they were at Crufts for the first time in 2002.



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White S 199

 




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  • The Bolognese has been assigned the Toy Group designation.
  • The Bolognese is also known as the Bichon Bolognese.
  • The Bolognese has been recorded in the Foundation Stock Service since 1999.
  • The Bolognese belongs to the Bichon family group, which includes the Bichon Frise, Coton de Tulear, Havanese, Löwchen and Maltese. All of the Bichon breeds have some similarities, but the Bolognese is a distinctive breed.
  • Bolognese can be seen in tapestry work produced by Flemish craftsmen dating as far back as the 17th century. The Duke Frederico Gonzaga was painted caressing his Bolognese by the Venetian painter Titian, born in 1477. The breed features also in paintings by Goya, Bosse, Wattenau and noticeably hasn't changed much at all over the years.
  • This breed was developed centuries ago in Bologna, Italy.
  • Bolognese were valued as very special gifts. During the renaissance they were favourites of the courts and nobility. Cosimo de Medici gave eight to Brussels as gifts to Belgian noblemen. The Duke d'Este gave two to King Philip 11 of Spain, who in return wrote a letter to him saying "that these two little dogs are the most royal gifts one can make to an Emperor." Other well known owners were Catherine the Great of Russia (1729-1796), Madame De Pompadur (1721-1764), and Empress Maria Theresa of Austria.