Dog
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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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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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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Akita inu

Homeland and time of occurrence:
Japan, 17th century; height 60-71 cm, weight 34-50 kg

Description:
Akita Inu – calm, very intelligent dogs with a sociable disposition. The muzzle of an Akita Inu is very reminiscent of a bear. These dogs tolerate life well in the conditions of the city, if they are provided with the necessary physical exertion, and best of all manifest themselves as companions, and are also used in hunting and for guard service. It should also be noted that the Akita inu differ in a stubborn temper, which creates certain problems in the process of training. Continue reading

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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Dog Commands
Standard commands that we give the dog are considered the most ordinary, non-service commands, such as “next”, “to me”, “lie down”, “sit”, place ”, etc. In the process of dog…

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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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Dog Commands
Standard commands that we give the dog are considered the most ordinary, non-service commands, such as “next”, “to me”, “lie down”, “sit”, place ”, etc. In the process of dog…

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