Dog
English Cocker Spaniel
Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, XIX century; height 38–41 cm, weight 13–15 kg Description: Cocker Spaniel is the smallest member of the sports dog group. Cocker Spaniel puppies…

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Top 10 Misconceptions about Dog Health and Care
1. With a small wound on the body of the dog, you don’t have to do anything - it will lick itself. In fact, the dog’s mouth is a breeding…

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Ardennes Boulevard (Flanders Boulevard)
Homeland and time of occurrence: Belgium, XVII century; height 62-64 cm, weight 18-27 kg Description: These are serious, able to stand up for themselves dogs that prefer to live in…

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Akita inu

Homeland and time of occurrence:
Japan, 17th century; height 60-71 cm, weight 34-50 kg

Description:
Akita Inu – calm, very intelligent dogs with a sociable disposition. The muzzle of an Akita Inu is very reminiscent of a bear. These dogs tolerate life well in the conditions of the city, if they are provided with the necessary physical exertion, and best of all manifest themselves as companions, and are also used in hunting and for guard service. It should also be noted that the Akita inu differ in a stubborn temper, which creates certain problems in the process of training. Continue reading

Anatolian Karabash (Anatolian Cattle Dog)
Homeland and time of occurrence: Turkey, the Middle Ages; height 71-81 cm, weight 41-64 kg Description: These are big, strong, powerful and impressive dogs, whose main purpose is grazing of…

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How to teach a puppy to the place
Every dog ​​should have a place in the house. Teaching a puppy to a place is usually easy, but sometimes it takes patience. After the puppy has eaten, the stormy…

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Poisoning in dogs
Poisoning is a condition caused by exposure to toxic or toxic substances on the body, which sometimes leads to very serious consequences. Poisoning does not apply to infectious diseases, ie,…

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Leptospirosis in dogs
Leptospirosis is an infectious disease in animals. Birds, cats, mice, rats, minks, foxes, arctic foxes and even humans can be ill. Dogs are most susceptible to this disease. Most often,…

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