Irish terriers become real family dogs – smart, loyal, sociable and loving. Many buy puppies solely because of their cheerful and cheerful disposition, having little idea how restless and wayward the dog is their “Irishman”. To grow an obedient and happy dog from a cute fluffy dog, you need a consistent and fairly strict training, and the owner must be experienced. But even if you perfectly train the “Irish”, he will retain his inherent aggression towards other dogs. Despite this peculiarity of their character, Irish Terriers are still surprisingly gentle dogs with a big and pure heart of a real knight. Continue reading
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. This breed is not adapted to live on the street. Bichon Frize is always ready to play, take a walk or just lie down near you. A positive attitude makes this dog an ideal friend for both young and old people. This cute creature loves to be the center of attention and is surprisingly easy to learn special skills.
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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 services. Thanks to their unique scent, these dogs have helped with many drug discovery operations.
Tervuren is also a good guide for the blind and disabled. These dogs are devoted to the family and require maximum attention. The lack of such attention will make these animals miserable and may affect their psyche. Usually a dog chooses one person to whom it is attached with all his soul. Tervuren are good for older children, younger ones are better to protect from communication with a pet. Continue reading