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
A bearded collie is a sociable, cheerful, cheerful and active dog, very devoted to his family. If you go into the house where such a miracle lives, you will most likely find him in the family circle or “helping” the hostess in the kitchen. A bearded collie loves to be in the center of events and easily adapts to almost any situation. He loves the company very much and is deeply upset if he is suddenly not allowed into the house or ignored. Being loyal and loving the hosts with all his heart, a bearded collie hopes for reciprocity. Love and attention are the best reward for dog loyalty. Sensitive bearded collie reacts very badly to rough treatment. Continue reading
Dogs of Bordeaux (they are also called French mastiffs) were mentioned in ancient manuscripts, but appeared at dog shows only at the end of the 19th century in France. The official breed standard was registered in 1926. Dogs were originally used for hunting and protecting livestock, and then – to participate in dog battles. Now the most appropriate occupation for the Dogue de Bordeaux is the protection of people and their property.
An unflappable and phlegmatic outwardly dog instantly changes as soon as it comes to an attack on a house or an attempt on a family member. Continue reading