Dog
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 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…

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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…

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Australian Shepherd

Homeland and time of occurrence: USA, Australia, XX century; height 46-58 cm, weight 16-32 kg. australian-shepherd-01

Description: The Australian Shepherd Dog is often called the “little blue dog” because of the particular color of the breed (merle). This is a medium sized dog specially trained for guarding herds. She is distinguished by an attentive and lively disposition, as well as by exceptional physical strength. A specific feature of the breed is the naturally docked tail. Coat moderate length, harsh; Four main colors: black, blue merle, red and tan, red. The dog is ideally suited for living in the countryside and needs a qualified owner. She has a great acumen.

Breed history: The origin of the breed is not fully defined. It is believed that the Basques, who emigrated to Australia and the USA in the 19th century and kept similar dogs, were involved in its occurrence. In the USA, the Australian Shepherd is a symbol of reliability (like a herdsman of herds) and loyalty (as a member of a family). Dogs of this breed are often found in photos of the Wild West, taken at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries. They tend to herd herds. In the 1950s and 1960s, Jay Sisler represented the Australian Shepherds at the American Rodeo. Between the numbers, Sisler and his dogs worked various wonders in the arena, hitting the viewers. However, it was only in 1991 that the American Kennel Club (AKC) recognized this breed. In official competitions, the AKC breed has been participating since 1993.

Games, entertainment, recreation: The Australian Shepherd is a great partner for playing frisbee (“flying saucers”). In addition, she is also a great companion for the traveling family. It’s funny that sometimes, beyond measure, overwhelmed by shepherd instincts. a dog can tackle you and chase, almost missing his heels. australian-shepherd-02

Attractive features: The Australian Shepherd is not only an excellent shepherd, she also participates in programs for the deaf, helps the police in detecting drugs: usually this dog is part of the search and rescue parties.

Health problems: the Australian Shepherd may have problems with vision and kidneys. In addition, individuals with a red (or red and tan) color do not tolerate exposure to the open sun.

Features of the content: Since the Australian Shepherd is a shepherd by nature and is generally extremely frisky and agile, she needs serious physical exertion. Otherwise, unspent energy finds a way out (dog chews shoes, etc.). In addition, these dogs are distinguished by a high degree of reaction, they jump back to the side, just touch them. When working with a herd, it helps them avoid colliding with cattle, but inside the house it can cause problems. Remember that the Australian Shepherd pretty shed, as a result of which it needs to be combed daily.

Miscellaneous: If you wish to bring such a domestic dog, it would be better to avoid strictly working pines of this breed, since their inherent qualities are not quite suitable for staying at home.

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…

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American Foxhound
Homeland and time of occurrence: USA, XIX century; height 53–64 cm, weight 30–34 kg Description: These are large and very attractive dogs with short and hard coat. Color can be…

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Dog care
The dog should be kept clean. Every day the hair is combed with a loose comb, and smooth-haired dogs with a stiff hair brush. It removes dirt and dust, as…

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Dog care
The dog should be kept clean. Every day the hair is combed with a loose comb, and smooth-haired dogs with a stiff hair brush. It removes dirt and dust, as…

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