Norwich Terriers are one of the smallest terriers and are close relatives of Norfolk Terriers. From the latter, they differ only in erect ears. These cute creatures are one of the smallest and most complex terriers in character. Despite their slightly comical appearance and, of course, cheerful character, they are serious and brave dogs with a huge heart, hungry for adventure. Intelligent, they easily learn tricks and tricks, and training is generally perceived as a game. But do not be fooled by the innocent look of this charming little sly man: give a little slack in upbringing – and you will not be the master of the house, but he. Continue reading
Mastino Neapolitan – one of the oldest breeds of dogs in the world. Despite its formidable appearance and gigantic size, the mastino is a calm and confident dog. Thanks to the developed intellect and flexibility of character, the mastino does not need exhausting trainings and quickly learns to fulfill the owner’s commands. However, it should be remembered that the owner of a mastino must from the very beginning demonstrate this dominant position to this strong dog. When training, a calm, confident approach should prevail. Mastino can treat children loyally if they themselves are calm and restrained. Continue reading
Kerry Blue Terrier is a hardy and energetic dog, which is sometimes too persistent. Kerry blues are smart, balanced, obedient, very attached to the owner and affectionate with children. This is a fearless guard dog, which, if necessary, can engage in battle with the enemy. But above all, these are faithful and loving companions. When training requires patience and perseverance, but rough handling is unacceptable.
Each owner wants to see his dog healthy, active and cheerful. Continue reading