Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz
|Perro Ratornero Andaluz
Andalusian Mouse-Hunting Dog
Perro Bodeguero Andaluz
|Country of origin
|Classification and breed standards
|Not recognized by any major kennel club
|This breed of dog is
The Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz (literally, the Andalusian Wine
Cellars' Ratting Dog) is a Spanish
is believed to be descended from
terriers crossed with other small breeds.
The dog is of medium stature, with a short but abundant mostly white coat
with black and/or tan markings. The head should be black and triangular with a
semi-flat skull, with very dark eyes and folded ears. The tail may be
docked to one
quarter of its length or natural.
The breed is lively and brave with strong hunting instincts. It must also be
friendly and according to the
this breed is good with children.
The Ratonero Bodeguero Andaluz has also been recognized by
the Spanish Kennel Club
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