Dog
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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English bulldog
Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, XIX century; height 30.5—36 cm, weight 23-25 ​​kg Description: Bulldogs are medium sized dogs with a smooth coat. Bulldogs have a massive, low…

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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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Obedience competition

The main objective of the obedience competition is to show the dog’s ability to obey the orders of the owner or handler, regardless of the situation and provocations from the side. At the same time, the relationship between the handler and the dog is of great importance, and how well the animal obeys it.
To participate in competitions, the dog must be more than 12 months old, and it must be registered in tribal books recognized by the ICF.Those dogs who behave aggressively, have any diseases or are blind or deaf are not allowed to compete. Females in heat are last. They are kept in a separate room where competitions are not held. Also, bitches that have whelped 7 weeks before the start of the competition or must give birth after 4 weeks are not allowed. The judge has to check any dog ​​before the performance.
During the competition, the handler must follow the established rules. Otherwise, he may be disqualified. The handler is forbidden to punish the dog, use electric and prickly collars and other methods of coercion, which include toys. A delicacy promotion is allowed after each completed exercise.
The whole parade is led by the chief administrator and the judge (referee), whose word is crucial in controversial situations.

Choose a dog for life
Perhaps there is not a single person who could say that he hates animals, especially dogs. But few people have a clear idea of ​​which breed to choose and which…

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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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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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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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