Dog
Dog care
The dog should be kept clean. Every day the hair is combed with a loose comb, and smooth-haired dogs with a stiff hair brush. It removes dirt and dust, as…

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American Bulldog
Representatives of the breed of modern American bulldogs appeared relatively recently, but this variety was bred on the basis of the oldest breed, the first mention of which was encountered…

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Australian Terrier
Homeland and time of occurrence: Australia, XIX century; height 24.5-25.5 cm, weight 5-6 kg. Description: Despite their relatively small size, Australian terriers excellently manifest themselves in any situation: they hunt…

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Fats

Feeding a black Russian terrier

Despite the fact that the black Russian terrier is an almost omnivorous breed, the diet of such a dog should be approached seriously, as improper feeding leads to growth disorders and various diseases.

Food should be varied and balanced. The black terrier, however, like other dogs, best digests and assimilates animal feed (meat, trimmings, offal, poultry, fish, dairy products). Although dogs have increased acidity of the gastric juice (to break down animal protein), they can also use vegetable feed. The basis of the diet should be meat products, since food waste from the host table and other plant food can not meet the body’s need for proteins, fats and trace elements. Continue reading

English Springer Spaniel
Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, 17th century; height 48–51 cm, weight 22–24 kg Description: Individuals of this breed are divided into 2 varieties: field and exhibition. In English…

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American Staffordshire Terrier
Homeland and time of occurrence: USA, XIX century; height 43–48 cm, weight 18-23 kg Description: This is a medium sized dog with a hard and short coat of coat. Color…

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Dog care
The dog should be kept clean. Every day the hair is combed with a loose comb, and smooth-haired dogs with a stiff hair brush. It removes dirt and dust, as…

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Dog Commands
Standard commands that we give the dog are considered the most ordinary, non-service commands, such as “next”, “to me”, “lie down”, “sit”, place ”, etc. In the process of dog…

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