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Kurti #13

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Hidden : 07/29/2020
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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 LV - Ievads - šī ir 23 slēpņu sērija veltīta kurtiem. Tā sastāv no 19 slēpņu takas slēpņiem, diviem bonusiem un diviem papildus uzdevumiem. Ejot slēpņu taku neaizmirsti ievākt vērtības no pirmajām lapām - kopā astoņas, priekš bonusa. Visas 19 uzdevumu atbildes saglabā, jo tās būs nepieciešamas vienā no papildu uzdevumiem (Kurti)! Veiksmi!

 Uzdevums – izlasi zemāk esošo tekstu un atrodi kurai kurtu šķirnei atbilst šis apraksts. Nosaukums latviski! Ja ir vairāki vārdi, raksti toskopā. Izmanto visplašāk zināmo nosaukumu.

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 Pirmās ziņas par šīs sugas eksistenci Polijā nāk no Galla Antonīma laika. Sākumā šie suņi bija domāti putnu medīšanai. Tas bija izplatītākais suns Poļu muižniecībā. Pēc 2.pasaules kara šīs šķirnes selekcija izzuda. Medības ar šiem suņiem tika aizliegtas un suņi likvidēti. Šo suņu turēšanai tika izsniegtas speciālas atļaujas, šis noteikums ir vēl joprojām. Septiņdesmitajos gados sākās sugas reprodukcija. Mūsdienu šķirnes audzēšanu sāka Staņislavs Černiakovskis nopērkot divas mātītes un vienu tēviņu Rostovas pie Donas apkaimē. 1989. gadā šķirne uzņemta starptautiskajā kinoloģijas federācijā.

 Tiem ir īsa, gluda spalva dažādās krāsās. Tā ir nedaudz rupjāka kā greihaundiem. Suņiem ir arī pavilna, kura kļūst biezāka ziemās. Tiem ir garāka spalva uz astes. Svars parasti ir 27-41kg, augums 68 – 81cm. Šķirne ir labi mednieki ar garu, muskuļotu kaklu un atšķirībā no greihaunda, galva medījot ir pacelta.

 Šie ir ļoti aktīvi suņi. Tie būs lojāli un aizsargās savu saimnieku. Tie būs laimīgi un paklausīgi, ja viņus pietiekami apmācīs un nodarbinās.  Tie turās prom no svešeniekiem kā arī nepatīk citi suņi. Šie suņi labi saprotas ar bērniem, bet ar maziem bērniem nevajag atstāt tos bez uzraudzības.


 ENG - Intro – this is 23 caches series dedicated to sighthounds. Series consists of 19 trail caches, two bonuses and two additional tasks. There is a number on some caches first page (8 caches) – write it down, you need it for bonus #1 cache. All 19 answers save – You need them for one of additional tasks (Kurti). Good luck!  

 Task – read text below and find out which dog breed it is. Breed name in Latvian. If there more than one word write alltogether. Please contact me (PM) to get the resource for Latvian translation.

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 The lean and fast this breed dog is a sighthound — a member of the Greyhound family — with a bit more edge than his cousins. As a sighthound, he enjoys running, but he’s also very protective of his family and territory — an uncommon trait for a sighthound. Not only is this breed dog a bigger and heavier sighthound, but he also has a different temperament from the Greyhound. While Greyhounds tend to be gentle, tractable dogs who are well suited for novice owners, this dog may be too much dog for most people. His combination of speed, size, and strength — along with a hefty dose of determination and more than a little territorialism — means he’s best paired with someone who can give him firm training and guidance from an early age. He also has a tendency to be aggressive toward other dogs. This hound loves to sprint, plus he has an intense desire to chase things — an impulse that’s likely to over-ride any training he’s received as a youngster. To keep him safe, restrict off-leash playtime to an area with a secure fence.

  History – This dog ancestors were originally used to hunt hare, fox, deer, and wolves. The breed acquired the name “breeds name”, meaning “breeds another name”, sometime in the early 19th century, but the first known written reference to the dogs dates to 1600. Poland’s turbulent history in the 19th and 20th centuries nearly decimated the breed, but a few dogs managed to survive. By the early 1980s, Polish dog lovers began to revive the breed, and wrote a breed standard based on depictions of the dog by such 19th-century Polish artists as Juliusz Kossak, Jozef Brandt, and Alfreda Wierusz-Kowalski. The Polish Kennel Club, the Federation Cynologique Internationale, and the United Kennel Club have all recognized the breed, but it’s rare to find these dogs outside of Poland. American breeders Kaz and Betty Augustowski imported the first dogs into the United States; the couple was honored by the Polish Kennel Club for helping to promote the breed.

 Personality - The supremely elegant dog behaves unlike most sighthounds in the show ring — he loves the attention, eagerly displaying his enthusiasm by wagging his tail. At home, he’s a true sighthound: loving, affectionate, quiet, and well mannered. Sighthounds tend to step carefully around toddlers, so this dog can do well in homes with young children. Nonetheless, it’s always a good idea to supervise play with kids, since these dogs are attracted to motion. When a rabbit or other prey crosses his path, he’s a skillful and persistent hunter. Cats, squirrels, and other small critters are not safe from him, although a puppy may learn to get along with indoor cats. The breed standard says that this dog react “quickly and brutally” when hunting, so warn neighbors not to let their pets stray into your yard, and install a sturdy fence. Start training your puppy the day you bring him home. Even at eight weeks old, he is capable of soaking up everything you can teach him. Don’t wait until he is 6 months old to begin training or you will have a more headstrong dog to deal with. If possible, get him into puppy kindergarten class by the time he is 10 to 12 weeks old, and socialize, socialize, socialize. However, be aware that many puppy training classes require certain vaccines (like kennel cough) to be up to date, and many veterinarians recommend limited exposure to other dogs and public places until puppy vaccines (including rabies, distemper and parvovirus) have been completed. In lieu of formal training, you can begin training your puppy at home and socializing him among family and friends until puppy vaccines are completed. This dog is far more protective than other sighthound breeds, so invite people over to your home often to show him that visitors do not pose a threat. Extensive early socialization is an important part of teaching a dog how to behave appropriately toward humans and animals.



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A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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