Never forget the Staffords past – the old instincts are still strong in these confident, arrogant dogs. Stafford is an active, strong and fearless dog, but at the same time perfectly trained, being obedient at once. No wonder they are called “the most charming mischievous dog world.” Staffbul is another name for this breed of dogs: cheerful, but at the same time intelligent, polite and tactful. He rarely barks, but loves heart-to-heart conversations: he always supports the conversation with sounds that have become the hallmark of the breed. 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
The homeland of these graceful and elegant dogs is considered to be the mountainous areas of Scotland, where the locals used them for hunting and grazing. Over time, representatives of this breed appeared in England and Europe, where they quickly won the sympathy of the aristocratic elite.
Collies are very sensitive and vividly react to any manifestations of attention and care. They are devoted to the owner’s family and are ready to make any sacrifices for them. Collies often make excellent nannies, caretakers, and sports companions. Continue reading