TUTORIAL GUIDE: DESIGNING AND APPROVING PUPSTUTORIAL: Designing, uploading, and approving pups.TUTORIAL GUIDE: DESIGNING AND APPROVING PUPS9 months ago in Personal More Like This
There are really only two steps required from you in order to bring a new tokota into the Tokotas world.
If you're about to follow them, odds are, you own a genotype bought from either a member, or the group.
For those who don't know, your genotype outlines the genetics of your tokota, and provides a guideline for it's appearance (and the appearance of it's future offspring) in a handy string of letters.
If you're planning to design the genotype yourself, some knowledge of genetics may come in handy. For this, we recommend looking at horse genetics to give yourself a head start. Even though Tokota genetics are not entirely the same as horses or dogs, this will be useful for understanding the basics.
Step one: Designing
Remember, by default, any tokota genotypes from your b
Northern JaroNorthern Jaro11 months ago in Personal More Like This
Country of origin: Sweden, north
Common use: Hunting, herding
Groups: FCI- Group 5, AKC- Working, UKC- Northern
FCI Champion requirement: Two CACIBs and the hunting title JM, earned at Darpg-NHT
The Jaro is an ancient breed that has been alongside hunters in scandinavia for decades. The breed belongs to the family Larger northern boreal hunting spitz, together with the russian laikas.
Their predominant use is moose and bear hunting but many breeders have achieved to breed herding dogs where the cattle is usually reindeer. The use of Jaros in herding is favorized as it´s a large bold breed that manages to herd and keep predators away from the cattle at the same time.
Large, rectangular spitz with clean lines and muscular legs. Thick neck, broad head and wide jaws.