Аутор и коаутори: Jelena Nikitović, Darko Drobnjak, Gjoko Bunevski, Kocho Porchu


Година објаве: 2020

Језик: Енглески


Along with indigenous hound breed Barak, a large number of hounds used in hunting in Bosnia and Herzegovina belongs to breeds Serbian Hound, Serbian Tricolour Hound and Posavatz Hound. So far, the population of these breeds in Bosnia and Herzegovina has not been the subject of research. The aim of this paper is to describe basic phenotypic parameters of Serbian Hound and Serbian Tricolour Hound from Bosnia and Herzegovina, to detennine whether the obtained values meets the values defined by standards for these breeds, and is there any significant difference between the populations of dogs in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The study was conducted on 38 dogs, including 20 Serbian Hounds (11 males and 9 females), and 18 Serbian Tricolour Hounds (10 males and 8 females). Tbe following parameters were measured on each dog: the height at withers, the body length the length of head, the length of scull, the length of muzzle, the giith of chest. The measurements ,vere performed using Litin rod, moving scale with nonius and the tape. Based on the results obtained from this research, it can be concluded that the Serbian Hound does not have large deviations from the values defined by standard, nor the differences between the populations of dogs in home country and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the Serbian Hound, a significant statistical difference is observed between the genders in following parameters: the height at withers, the length of head and the length of scull. In the Serbian Tricolour Hound, the males observed to be higher than height interval from standard for this breed while the females rernained fur the ralues defured by standalrl. A rrery significant statistical differences beh,l.een the genders were detennined in ail rneasured par-aureters for Serbian Tricolour Hound.