Dog
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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How to raise a dog
All dog owners want their pets to obey and execute commands at their first request. So that they do not jump with their front paws on guests and loved ones.…

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What should be done before taking a dog to the forest?
It turns out that walking with a dog in the forest is very dangerous for her. Therefore, if there is such a walk, then you need to prepare in advance…

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Alaskan malamute

Homeland and time of occurrence:

North America, antiquity; height 58-71 cm, weight 39-56 kg

Description:

The Alaskan Malamute is naturally adapted to live in a cold climate. Most comfortably, these dogs feel in the suburbs or in the rural area. Featuring a wild and energetic disposition, they need experienced owners. Nonetheless, Alaskan Malamutes perceive strangers rather calmly, get along well with children, as, indeed, with all the other members of the host family. Individuals of this breed love to run, do any work, walk. Continue reading

How to raise a dog
All dog owners want their pets to obey and execute commands at their first request. So that they do not jump with their front paws on guests and loved ones.…

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How to equip a place for a puppy?
Before you bring a puppy into the house, you should carefully prepare a permanent place for it. Choose the optimal area in the apartment, taking into account the fact that…

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Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Healer)
Homeland and time of occurrence: Australia, XIX century; height 43–51 cm, weight 16–20 kg. australian-cattle-dog-blue-heeler-01 Description: A tireless worker and capable attentive companion are the main qualities of this breed.…

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Feeding newborn puppies
It seems that each of us faced a situation where, for example, a little kitten was screaming at the house’s windows all night long, or a homeless tiny puppy was…

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