Resembles a Greyhound in appearance.
The History Of The Chart Polski
The Chart Polski is also referred to as the Polish Greyhound and originated in Poland during the 17th century.
This ancient breed was used by the nobility for hunting wolves, hares and foxes. It came very close to extinction at the time of the World Wars but happily survived and its numbers increased. Interest in the breed revived during the 1980's and it was officially recognized by the FCI in 1992. This big sight hound is still rarely seen outside of Poland.
Description Of The Chart Polski
The long tail is not altered and is carried low. The small, rose ears cling to the neck and are unaltered.
The breed averages 27 - 32 inches in height at the shoulder and weighs between 60 - 70 pounds.
Coat & Grooming
The breed carries more coat than many other of the short haired greyhounds. The coat is thick, glossy and springy to the touch. It is longer at the hindquarters and tail. All colors are permitted. Requires minimal grooming.
Subject to bloat and may suffer from muscle injuries.
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Renown for its speed and endurance, this dog will need plenty of exercise. Rare and difficult to source.
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