Puppy Tips
When deciding to buy a thoroughbred dog, you need to consider how your relatives and neighbors will relate to it. Of course, if we are talking about a private house…

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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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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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How to feed a puppy?
In order for your pet to grow up healthy, beautiful and happy, you need to carefully monitor his nutrition from childhood. In no case should you feed the puppy from…

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giving the breed a characteristic

Kerry Blue Terrier

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.

Feeding

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Mastino Napoletano
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…

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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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Dachshund smooth-haired
Dachshunds are very lively and playful dogs with a sharp mind and even a peculiar sense of humor. Smooth-haired dachshunds are believed to have the most independent character, so the…

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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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