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Topic: Animal owning (20 records)

Animal owning

A very widespread and traditional activity in the Czech Republic, based on owning animals for commercial purposes or as a hobby. As a hobby, it mostly refers to dog owning, which is why Czechs are called a nation of dog lovers. Endangered species in the Czech Republic are protected by more than a dozen zoos.

Bohemian Red

A very old breed of cattle, now critically endangered. Their total number is estimated at only 100.

Bohemian Shepherd

Czech national breed of dog connected with the novel Dog-Heads (Psohlavci) by Alois Jirásek and illustrations by Mikoláš Aleš. It is medium-sized, calm and friendly, with black hair, an excellent guard and search-and-rescue dog. It can be regarded as a part of cultural heritage.

Bohemian Spotted Dog

Czech national dog breed, created in 1954 as an experiment. Today, it is a popular companion dog. It was one of the first animals in Czechoslovakia on which kidney transplant was performed.

Bohemian Wire-Haired Pointing Griffon

A hunting dog, one of the Czech national dog breeds. It was formerly known as “Bohemian dog” and is probably the oldest breed of wire-haired pointers in Europe. The oldest Czech cynological society was founded for the purpose of protecting this breed.

Bohemian-Moravian Belgian Horse

A strong horse breed commonly used in agritourism and ecological farming. Unlike the original Belgian Horse, the Bohemian-Moravian Belgian Horse is smaller, although still strongly muscled.

Czech Crested Goose

Czech national breed of goose developed from the Czech Goose. It was recognised as a separate breed in 1988 and several years later it was inscribed on the European list of poultry breeds.

Czech Gold Brindled Hen

Original regional Czech breed of chicken. An economically significant egg-laying breed that was protected from extinction by breeders and associations in the early 20th century.

Czech goose

The original Czech breed of goose, especially suitable for small-scale breeding. Although the breed was in danger of extinction due to crossbreeding with other breeds, the Czech goose was saved in the 1980s. It was included in the genetic fund of commercial breeds.

Czech Mountain Dog

Czech national dog breed, a cross between a female Slovak Cuvac and a black-and-white working dog of unknown origin. The first puppies were born in 1977, today it is a numerous and beloved breed, suitable for Czech mountainous and foothills.

Czech Sport Pony

A small sport horse bred in the Czech Republic in the last 20 years. Its studbook was founded in 2000 and today there are approximately 750 Czech Sport Ponies.

Czech Terrier

Czech national dog breed, the first Czech breed to be recognised by the International Cynological Federation. It is a result of crossbreeding a Scottish Terrier and a Sealyham Terrier. It is successfully bred abroad as well.

Czech Warmblood

Originally Czech horse breed with a strong body, making up half of the entire horse population in the Czech Republic. There were 19 thousand recorded Czech Warmbloods in 2014.

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

Czech national dog breed, a crossbreed of a German Shepherd and a Carpathian wolf. The first crossing experiment was carried out in 1958 by the Border Guard. After the breakup of Czechoslovakia, Slovakia took over the patronage of the breed.

Dvůr Králové Zoo

East Bohemian zoo specialising in African animals. It is unique in the world for its effort to protect critically endangered species.

Kladruber Horse

The only Czech national horse breed whose origins date from the early modern era. It is a tall, strong horse of impressive appearance. In 2002 it was declared a national cultural monument, which makes him the only living creature subject to monument protection.

Prague Ratter

Czech national dog breed, formerly known as ratlík. It has been a beloved breed in the Czech Republic through history and has appeared in several films. It is popular because of its small size and its good relationship with children.

Prague Zoo

The largest zoo in the Czech Republic. It opened in 1931 and is now home to approximately 5,400 animals and almost 700 animal species. It has more than 150 exhibitions and 13 pavilions. According to commercial and professional statistics, it is one of the best zoos in the world.

Šumava chicken

Traditional Czech breed of chicken whose history began in 1946. They are a very resilient breed suitable for breeding in difficult conditions. An independent breeders’ club has existed since 2011.

Šumava Sheep

A Czech sheep breed genetically based on the traditional Czech sheep. It is characterised by wool with a silver sheen and by good grazing characteristics. It is a breed used for three purposes: meat, milk and wool.

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