The first description of the breed dates back to the 15th century. Beagles were one of the favorite breeds of the English court. Presumably, the ancestors of these dogs were brought to Britain by the ancient Romans, where they were crossed with local hunting dogs. The main occupation of the beagles in the past is participation in horse or walking hunting to chase hares, rabbits, foxes.
In the 18th century, the breed distinguished three types: southern (largest) beagles, northern beagles of medium size and small beagles. Continue reading
“Vandal dog”, “sawmill dog”, “terminator dog” – faced with such concepts? This is the name of dogs that gnaw everything and in two ways destroy toys. They have not only a great passion for chewing, but also incredibly strong jaws, under the pressure of which everything shatters into pieces. How to wean a dog to nibble everything and are there indestructible toys?
Absolutely all dogs love to chew. Chewing for them is a natural need and the best way to deal with boredom and stress. If the pet does not have special toys that he can nibble on, personal belongings of the owners will go into the process.
The dog chews everything: what to do?
Some dogs are true chewing champions. They are ready to nibble everything in their path and simply cannot live without it. If your dog chews toys, as soon as you have time to offer them, congratulations, you are the owner of such a champion! Most likely, more than one pair of spoiled shoes reminds you of this. But do not rush to despair! Continue reading
What a pity that dogs cannot speak! Or do they know how? It’s just that their “language” does not consist of words that are familiar to us, but of signs. These signs can tell us about the dog’s feelings, about her attitude to what is happening, to others and, of course, to ourselves. Want to learn how to interpret them? We will help you! 10 popular emotions of dogs – in our article.
And let’s start with the most recognizable sign! It is generally accepted that if a dog wags its tail, it means that it has a great mood. But in practice there are nuances. Now, if along with the tail the whole body wags from the shoulder blades to the toes, then the dog is really happy! But if the tail is raised, strained and only its tip wags, and the dog’s body is frozen and the mouth is tightly closed – beware! This means that the dog is very tense, she does not like something, and throwing her arms around is a bad decision. Here you can draw an analogy with cats. Remember, they wag their tail in displeasure? Contrary to stereotypes, so do dogs. Continue reading