The Russian colored lap-dog owes its appearance to the French lap-dogs and Shih Tzu. They were first seen in St. Petersburg after the Second World War, where they appeared as trophies from distant countries. Earlier in the USSR there were no decorative dogs, since they were considered overkill and remnants of the bourgeoisie, but in the mid-fifties, fashion for everything domestic came, and Moscow watchdogs, Moscow dogs and Russian colored lapdogs appeared. Continue reading
The Maltese lapdog was not born for work, although some representatives of this breed become good watchmen and take places in obedience contests. This doggie is created, first of all, to give your love, devotion and the realization that at home someone is always looking forward to your arrival. In addition, the Maltese lapdog is very smart, active and adores when she is pampered.
Do you know that the Maltese lap dog is prone to certain diseases? Learn more about diseases and their prevention in the article. Continue reading
Italian greyhound (also known as the Italian Greyhound) is a miniature version of the Greyhound, whose roots go far back to the time of the Egyptian pharaohs. In ancient burial places still find images of small Greyhounds, very reminiscent of Italian greyhounds. Italian greyhound is a lively, fast and very smart dog. In addition, Italian greyhounds are very affectionate and gentle, if kept in a calm and loving environment. Representatives of this breed, of course, are family dogs who adore being in the company of people. Continue reading