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
Italian greyhound (also known as the Italian Greyhound) is a miniature version of the Greyhound, whose roots go far back to the time of the Egyptian pharaohs. In ancient burial places still find images of small Greyhounds, very reminiscent of Italian greyhounds. Italian greyhound is a lively, fast and very smart dog. In addition, Italian greyhounds are very affectionate and gentle, if kept in a calm and loving environment. Representatives of this breed, of course, are family dogs who adore being in the company of people. Continue reading
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.
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The Canary Great Dane may seem formidable and unfriendly, but in fact it is an extremely sociable dog. Even strangers cause him not so much alertness as curiosity. It affects his self-confidence, and it is difficult to deny him respect, so this dog is strong and strong.
Traditionally, dogs of this breed were used not only as guards, shepherds and cattle herders, but also as fighting dogs. This cruel entertainment was later banned in a number of countries, but genetics preserved powerful muscles and an excellent reaction for posterity. Now these dogs are mostly entrusted with guarding the house, which they do extremely well. Continue reading
This powerful giant was bred in Spain to protect herds of sheep from wolves. Along with the English mastiff, he is the largest dog on Earth. Unlike the British congener, he has a longer coat. Although it may seem that its impressive size makes it inactive, it is not. The Spanish mastiff cannot be called awkward – he knows how to stay with dignity.
These dogs are still used as guard dogs, and therefore they can boast a number of skills that are so appreciated by dog breeders. Continue reading