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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American Pit Bull Terrier
The American Pit Bull Terrier, known as the Pit Bull Terrier or simply the Pit Bull, is one of two breeds descended from the Staffordshire Terrier. Pit bulls were originally…

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Greyhound
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…

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Bearded collie
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…

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Spanish mastiff

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

Irish Terrier

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

How to raise a dog

All dog owners want their pets to obey and execute commands at their first request. So that they do not jump with their forepaws on guests and loved ones. Soiling their clothes at the most inopportune moment. Everyone wants to show what a well-bred pet they have. How well he behaves as befits any well-bred dog.

And to achieve a good upbringing, your dog needs a simple training. Where she will learn to carry out the simplest and most ordinary commands that are so necessary in the daily life of your pet. The knowledge gained will greatly facilitate your life and communication with him. It will help to avoid subsequently unpleasant situations in society. Continue reading

Bearded collie
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…

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What should be done before taking a dog to the forest?
It turns out that walking with a dog in the woods is very dangerous for her. Therefore, if such a walk is to be, then one must prepare in advance…

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Feeding the Black Russian Terrier
Despite the fact that the Black Russian Terrier is a practically omnivorous breed, it is worth taking the diet of such a dog seriously, as improper feeding leads to growth…

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French Bulldog
French bulldogs are very smart, sensitive and friendly. They have a brave heart, but sometimes they act like little clowns. They love to be among people, especially in the company…

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