Dog
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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American Eskimo Dog
Homeland and time of occurrence: United States, 1913; height 38 cm or more, weight always corresponds to height. Description: This is a playful, lively and cheerful-minded dog with a hard…

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Affen-Pinscher
Homeland and time of occurrence: Germany, XVII century; height 25-30 cm, weight 3-3.5 kg Description: An affinch pinscher is a small-sized, wire-haired dog whose intelligence and behavior make it a…

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Basics of raising dogs

Each of us at least once in our life had to observe a situation when a puppy rushing from a leash walks its owner. The owner of the dog, resigned to his fate, dutifully runs after his pet. This situation often causes hidden smiles of passersby. How to make your four-legged friend grow a raised dog?
Usually, the education of the dog is based on the general principles of development applied to any breed. In fact, it is not. Each dog has its own character, and this character is divided into two components. The first part is the ability to learn new knowledge and the second, of course, the desire to learn. Continue reading

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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How to feed a puppy?
Often in large offspring puppies are stunted and not adapted to life. They are born very small, weight and size does not reach the norm. And the bitch feeds only…

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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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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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