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"J" Dog Breed Standards

Check the Breed Standards Beginning with the Letter "J" Before You Look for Puppies for Sale Today!

Do Your Homework to Insure Your Puppy Will Have a Long and Healthy Life Without Genetic Disease 

The breed standard for each breed of dog is distinct, giving a detailed "word picture" of the appearance and behavior of an idealized dog of that breed. Included in the breed standard description are externally observable aspects of appearance and behavior that are considered by the breed club to be the most important for the breed, and externally observable details of appearance or temperament that are considered by the breed club to be unacceptable (called faults). In addition most breed standards include an historical section, describing the place of origin and the original work done by the breed or its ancestor types.

However, breed standards DO NOT include testing requirements for health, requirements for genetic testing as required by ResearchBreeder.com, or requirements for specific types of training or work; breed standards are only intended to describe the breed's externally observable qualities. Breed clubs often make other requirements for health testing or work testing, but these are not covered in the breed standard itself.

Learn About Genetic Diseases and Disorders

Cerebellar Hypoplasia: The cerebellum is the part of the brain that regulates the control and coordination of movement. In this condition, the cells of the cerebellum do not mature normally before birth - this causes clinical signs related to poor balance and incoordination. It is most common in kittens that have been exposed to panleukopenia virus ( also called feline distemper) in utero. It is less common in dogs, where it may be related to in utero parvovirus infection. Some cases are believed to be inherited.

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Jagdterrier

No Standard on file.
Jagdterrier

Jindo

No Standard on file.
Jindo

Japanese Chin

Japanese Chin