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Infectious diseases in dogs
Unfortunately, even timely vaccinations do not provide 100% protection against infectious diseases. Everyone knows that the human influenza virus mutates every year, for each group you need your own drug…

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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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English Mastiff
Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, antiquity; height 70 - 76 cm, weight 79-86 kg Description: The English Mastiff is one of the largest dogs in the world. The…

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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 Springer Spaniels, the head and ears are black, the muzzle and chest are white. Field Springer Spaniels have shorter hair. They can also be completely white, not counting the impressive freckles. These dogs were specially bred for use in hunting. Continue reading

English Setter

Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, XIX century; height 61-69 cm, weight 25-30 kg

Description: The English Setter is an exceptionally friendly and good-natured dog, considered one of the oldest companion dogs. The body of the English setter is covered with wavy, long, slightly silky hair with curly undercoat. The most common colors are lemon white, pec-nocturnal white, black and white, tricolor. We also add that these dogs have drooping, folds ears, tightly pressed to the head. Continue reading

English Pointer

Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, XVII century; height 61-69 cm, weight 20-30 kg

Description: Refined, very beautiful dogs with a soft and noble disposition. The body is covered with a short, tough, tight-fitting and somewhat shiny coat. The most characteristic colors are: lemon with white, red with white, liver with white, black with white. Continue reading

English Mastiff

Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, antiquity; height 70 – 76 cm, weight 79-86 kg

Description: The English Mastiff is one of the largest dogs in the world. The body of the mastiffs is covered with short and thick hair, there is a winter undercoat. The most common colors: apricot-reddish, silver-fawn, dark tiger.
Breed history: It is known that individuals of this breed already 2000 years ago lived in Great Britain, where they came from Asia thanks to Mediterranean and Phoenician merchants. 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 are extremely popular; adults are used as companions. They are committed to the home and family of the owner, are distinguished by exceptional reliability and a high degree of adaptation, as well as high speed capabilities.

Great pets come out of Cocker Spaniels, they are able to adapt to the role of a companion serving one particular owner. Continue reading

Bathing dogs
Keeping pets is a painstaking and responsible matter. Animals get used to the owner and, if you want, "love him." Any unfair treatment or rudeness (even the most insignificant) hurts…

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Helminths (worms) in dogs
Invasion means invasion. No matter how unpleasant it is to talk about it, but it’s necessary. Helminths (worms) often prevent our dogs from growing and developing normally. To prevent this,…

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English Mastiff
Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, antiquity; height 70 - 76 cm, weight 79-86 kg Description: The English Mastiff is one of the largest dogs in the world. The…

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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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