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 the vast countryside. They are sometimes aggressive towards unfamiliar dogs. Differing in their independent temper, they nevertheless do not show excessive stubbornness. The Ardennes Bouvier has a double coat of wool, represented by a soft undercoat and a rough and tough outer layer of wool. Due to this, they are not afraid of even the most severe frosts. Continue reading
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
All dog owners want their pets to obey and execute commands at their first request. So that they do not jump with their front paws on guests and loved ones. Pachkaya while their clothes at the most inopportune moment. Everyone wants to show what a raised pet they have. How he behaves well, as befits any educated dog.And in order to achieve a good upbringing, your dog needs simple training. Where she learns to perform the most simple and ordinary commands that are so necessary in the daily life of your pet. The knowledge gained will greatly facilitate your life and communication with him. It will help to avoid later unpleasant situations in society.
The most ideal age to start learning is from the moment when the puppy begins to eat from the bowl on its own. But if suddenly you acquired a dog at a more adult age, then it is necessary to begin training from the first days of life in your family. Continue reading