Dog
Puppy rearing
Rearing a dog from an early age is the basis for further development and socialization. “Convenient” in all respects a dog, will not give you trouble and those around you,…

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English toy terrier
Homeland and time of occurrence: Great Britain, XIX century; height 25-30 cm, weight 3-4 kg Description: Small dogs that are ideal home companions. The body is covered with thick, short,…

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Dogo Argentino
Homeland and time of occurrence: Argentina, 1920s; height 61-69 cm, weight 36-45 kg. Description: The Great Dane of Argentina is a solid, imposing dog with a powerful character. The body…

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Monthly Archives: January 2017

What breed of dog to choose?

What you need to think about when choosing a four-legged friend:
Space.
The area of ​​your home is a factor that determines the size of the future pet. There is a rule: “a big dog – a lot of space, a little space – a small dog.” You can imagine what kind of trouble can add a St. Bernard, who will settle in a one-room apartment. Therefore, the situation here needs to be assessed soberly and impartially. And, of course, here the owners of apartments with a limited area and a complete dependence on neighbors can only envy the owners of private households, for which this limiter is simply absent. 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…

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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…

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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…

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What vaccinations do puppies need?
You have acquired a puppy, thereby taking responsibility for its life and health. You also have to ask the breeder, the owner of your pet's mom, whether he was given…

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