Bohemian Spotted Dog


N - FCI recognized breeds.

General Appearance:

It's nice, to its owner totally dedicated dog, versatile and very tolerant, friendly to people and animals. Conflicts with other dogs it does not seek. It must get to used to them at its early age, it can live freely in society by rats, guinea pigs, dwarf rabbits, ferrets, parrots and others. It is sociable, it is easily integrated into a large family, it can also be a great friend of elderly lonely people, particularly they are fixed with dog and they are really the best, most loyal and reliable friends.

Due to the natural empathy it was proved as an ideal breed for dog therapy. It is also vigilant guard that keenly watch and guard its surroundings, but it is never offensive, to unknown person it reports  by barking.


By character founding and original purpose it is very manoeuvrable and its upbringing makes no problems if the owner respects the principle of a kind, but absolute consistency. It is an excellent breed for beginners.

It is extremely adaptable, and it can live in the countryside and in any case it does not deserve to be kept permanently in an outdoor kennel. Without any special training it was doing reasonably well in camp, exclusive hotel etc. It likes very short outings and it is able to sleep almost all day and be lazy, but if sports-based owner, without the hassle participates through its admirable with relentless and very long hiking outings. It loves to chase other dogs. As an active, hardy and docile dog it is excellently used for all agility and other dog sports, which is sufficient in size.


This is a medium-sized three-coloured Spotted Dog without extreme anatomical features, slightly rectangular body frame with a forward banked earlobes, solid constitution, without signs  of lymph or coarseness. The height at withers male is from 45 to 53 cm and female is from 43 to 51 cm.

The head is light, dry and slightly wedge-shaped with a slight, slight front slope (stop). The skull is flat from above. The muzzle should be as long as the skull and the end is not too pointed.

Bridge of nose straight, nose must be black in black dogs, brown in brown, always ticked and looking slightly protrudes from the front edge of lips. They are tight to the jaw and teeth.

Scalp should be soft, wrinkle-free, with short hair and in longhaired dogs. The head should be at first glance respond sexes, the females must be finer, more robust dogs. Required regular scissor bite, in both jaws must be six incisors and two canines. Teeth are strong, large, set perpendicular to the jaw. Typical is the absence of some of premolars and molars, do not disqualify, full dentition, however advantage.

The eyes are almond-shaped, dark brown colour with black-yellow-white dogs with lighter brown-yellow-white. They may never be protruding. Pigmented borders of the eyelids are well fitted to the eyeballs. Heavy, loose eyelids are faulty. The earlobes are to be banked forward, relatively small, the shape of the letter "V". Hanging close to the cheeks and stretched forward reach their peaks corners of the mouth.

The neck is too long to be carried obliquely upwards, reasonably strong, with loose skin on the neck, which may not generate much dewlap, tapering from the shoulders to the head. Withers pronounced, back straight, firm, backward sloping gently. The chest should be properly shaped by, but not excessively deep. It is spacious, but not barrel-shaped when viewed from above tapers slightly towards the rear. Its depth is greater than its width. Lower edge reaches to the elbows. Belly must be firm, tucked up.

The forelegs are moderately angulated, parallel to each other, of medium bone. Elbows pointing straight backwards, adjacent to the chest - may be turning neither in nor out. Forearm when viewed from either side is equal, a strong but lean muscles.

The hindquarters should be viewed from behind and parallel to each other when viewed from the administration angulated, moderately strong bones, muscular appropriately. The hocks are strong and straight when viewed from behind. Feet are too large to be rather "cat" (short rounded shape), with appropriately arched toes and strong nails. They may not be pigmented.

Loins are slightly longer straight. Croup can be flat or slightly sloping, never be overbuilt higher level hipbones than the withers. Tail is not set high and from root to tip tapers. Drawn reaches down to the hocks. Can be carried sabre curved upward and over the top line of the body, it is also permitted a curl over the back and shoulders, twisting to the side, however, is undesirable.

It occurs of character shorthair and longhair. Short coat consists of a top coat and undercoat. The outer coat is slightly longer on neck, back of thighs and underneath the tail, but always adjacent as well as throughout the body. The undercoat is evident particularly in the winter. Long hair is slightly wavy, flowing, also with undercoat.

Shorter on the head and front legs, while a long is around the earlobes, neck where it forms a small adjoining collar, front chest, chest and abdomen, melt together. The forelegs are forming behind "feathering" on the hind "trousers" on the underside of the tail "flag". There is not one or the other type of hair preferred. Transitional coat does not warrant penalties.

Colour is always tricolour. There are two basic types, black-yellow-white and brownish-yellowish-white. Any type of discolouration is not preferred, the two are equivalent. The basic colour is dark (black or brown) with yellow signs, always in combination with white. The size or density of the dots is not critical, but the dotted area should not create the impression of dappled colour.