Australian shepherd
These dogs have a wonderful character! They are very calm and balanced. With strangers they behave restrainedly, cautiously, but never show timidity or aggression. Agile, curious, enthusiastic and lively, they,…

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Welsh Terrier
The Welsh Terrier is a strong, hardy and energetic hunting dog. Representatives of this breed are endowed with a strong character with a tendency to dominate. However, they are loyal…

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Belgian Shepherd Tervuren
The Belgian Shepherd Tervuren is intelligent, courageous, active and devoted to the owner. She can be a shepherd, watchman, guard, companion. Tervurenov can often be found in police and rescue…

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Bion-fresco
The Bichon Frize has an excellent character. This is an ideal companion dog: friendly, faithful, adoring communication with his human family. Attachment to people makes the Bichon Frize mostly indoors.…

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Communication and time spent

Russian color lapdog

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

How to feed a puppy?
Often in large offspring, puppies lag behind in development and are not adapted to life. They are born very small, weight and size do not reach the norm. And the…

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Choose a dog for life
Perhaps there is not a single person who could say that he hates animals, especially dogs. But few people have a clear idea about which breed to stop and which…

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Top 10 Misconceptions About Dog Health and Care
1. Nothing needs to be done with a small wound on the dog’s body - it will lick it. In fact, the dog’s oral cavity is a breeding ground for…

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Dog Teams
The standard commands that we give the dog are considered to be the most ordinary, non-service commands, such as “near”, “to me”, “lying”, “sitting”, “place”, etc. In the process of…

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