There are no white meanings. The single rat will be one color without white hair. Color should be on the skin, unless dictated by a different color standard. Disadvantages: White on the fingers. Disqualification: White hair on the body.
English and Irish
An equilateral white triangle on the chest with the forelegs of the white and white hind legs halfway down. The chest triangle should be of good size, clean without brushing so that it does not extend the abdomen, but grabs all the space between the front legs. The body should be in accordance with the familiar color.
White marks on the lower abdomen with four white legs and a white tail. The markings should be clean, white, medium-sized, as even in shape as possible, does not extend to the legs, sides or chest. The tail should be tilted white not more than a quarter of its total length.
Mark as several white symmetry on the chest and abdomen as possible. Between the top and bottom colors should be even line, clear and without brindles. White should be pure and pure white. White on the tail, stretching up to half the length, but not exceeding. Optional marking on the forehead may vary depending on where it can be lit. Blaze must meet the standards of glamor and will be shown in classes. The body should be in accordance with the familiar color.
The head and shoulders have a bright color with a white mark on the forehead. The required marks on the forehead may vary depending on where it can ignite. Burning to meet brightness standards will be shown at rates. The variety covers the body from shoulder to tail, including sides. The tail also has color stains. Color the abdomen white, colorless cream or color. The color should match the familiar color.
Color stains / stains on a white background, without any clear signs of expression. The stains should be numerous and uneven, but roughly equal in size and distributed well throughout the body. The tail also has color stains. The color should match the familiar color.
The sides, legs and feet should be clean, clean, and white without stains and brushing. The hood should cover the head, neck and shoulders without interruption, showing no white on the head, throat or chin should run evenly around the body. The tail should be colored at the base and then white to the end. The color should match the familiar color.
Mark as a rat with a hood without a backbone line. The back, sides, legs, feet and tail should be clean, white, without stains or brindles. The hood should cover the head, neck and www shoulders without interruption, showing no white on the head, throat or chin should run evenly around the body. The color should match the familiar color.
The body should be clean, pure white, without stains or brindles, with a colored head. Color should be limited only to the head area, not appear on the throat. The lid should be free of jagged edges or brushing, follow the lower jaw line even line, and not protrude from the ears. The color should match the familiar color.
The body is to be clean, white, without stains or brindles. A colorful mask covers the face, covering the area of the eyes and nose, and not on the sides of the face on the pharynx or under the chin. The color should match the familiar color.
The striped rat must be as symmetrical as possible. The chest, stomach, sides and all legs should be completely white. Color will not stretch below the jawline (white chin). The color strip continues from the colored area of the head to the shoulders, back and part of the pelvis, with equal width across all points. The bandwidth will be about 2 inches wide with stable normal rats. In general, the tape should be as broad as the head. The delineation of the white abdomen and the top should be as clean and clean as possible. The color should match the familiar color. Blinds are acceptable and will be in accordance with valid standards and will be presented in classes.
A bubble will come in two types: wedge and wedge. Burning rats are shown only in Berkshire, in different colors or stripes. Beluzon swings should start from the tip of the nose to cover the mustache beds to reach a point even in the center of the face, not protruding from the ears.