Himalayan

Senior bucks and does- 6 months of age or over, weight 21/2 to 41/2 pounds.  Ideal weight 31/2 pounds.

Junior bucks and does-under 6 months of age, minimum weight 11/4 pounds

Body:  The body is to be long, narrow and cylyndrical.  The top line and side lines should carry straight through from the shoulders through the hips.  The body is to be round and firm.  It is to be lengthy and narrow enough to show its unique cylindrical shape.  A short, cobby, hippy animal is not desirable; neither is a big specimen.

Head:  Head is to be rather long and neat.

Ears:  Ears are to be thin and in proportion to size of the head and body.  They are to be carried erect, set close together, and with a neat appearacne.  Ears are to taper to the tip.

Eyes:  Eyes are to be bold, bright, and with an alert expression.

Front Feet and Legs:  Feet are to be long and slender, with fine bone.

Hind Feet and Legs:  Rear feet are to correspond with front legs, with well furred pads.  Toenails are to be dark.

Tail:  The tail is to be carried erect and be in proportion to the body.

Fur:  The fur is to be short, fine, silky, even, close lying, and with resistance. (flyback)

Body Color:  Body color is to be pure white, except for markings.  Eyes-Pink

Markings:  The markings should be on the nose, ears, tail, feet and legs.

Head:  The egg shaped smut on the nose should be large, with the small end up, well rounded and carried high between the eyes.

Ears:  The ears are to be entirely colored from base to tips.  The ears are to appear as colored ears set on a white head.

Front Feet and Legs:  Feet and legs are to match marking color and be carried as high as possible up the front legs.

Hind Feet and Legs:  Feet and legs are to match marking color and be carried as high as possible up the back legs.  Markings are to resemble boots.  

Tail:  The tail is to be black on blacks; blue on blues; chocolate on chocolates; lilacs on lilacs

 

 
 

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