The Bohemian Rauhbart, also known as the Cesky Fousek in its Czech homeland, lives up to its name. Typical for this medium-sized breed is the long beard, which is formed around lips and lower jaws. The original hunting and priming dog had already become extinct when it was re-cultivated in the 1980s. For this reason the modern Fousek looks very similar to the crossed German Drahthaar.
The Bohemian Roughbeard is a primitive dog with rough hair, which can only be found isolated outside his native country. Until the First World War he was a popular and very versatile hunting and working dog. Through the war, he then fell into oblivion and then completely disappeared. After the Korthals-Griffon almost ceased to exist in the Czech Republic at the beginning of the 1980s, the efforts were made to rebuild the Bohemian Rauhbart. The initial breeds were the Korthals-Griffon, Deutschstichelhaar and Deutsch Drahthaar as well as possibly also German short hair, whereby this intersection can not be reliably occupied. It is no wonder, then, that the Fousek (as this breed is...Read more about the Český fousek description of breed...
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