“Bichon Frize” is an unusual name for the Russian ear, however, this is the correct name for this breed of dog from the Bichon group. The name “French lap-dog” is also common in Russia, however, it is precisely “Bichon Frize” that is correct. According to one of the most common theories, the ancestors of the Bichon Frize were ship dogs, which sailors took with them to the deck to fight rodents. Their small size and dense white coat had a purely utilitarian purpose, adapting the dogs to the conditions of southern navigation. However, obeying the vagaries of fashion for small dogs, Bichons became a kind of fashion accessory among the nobility at court. At that time, of course, one did not have to talk about purebred Bichon Frieze; rather, it was the ancestors of all the lapdogs in general. 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
Yorkshire Terrier is a surprisingly smart dog with a very lively, funny and sincere character. This temperamental dog will replace your cat and can do without walks for a very long time.
Stars choose Yorkshire Terrier dogs
Yorkshire terriers are one of the most popular dog breeds among celebrities. Thus, Hollywood stars Natalie Portman, Naomi Watts, Ashley Tisdale, Margot Eskens, as well as our “native” celebrities Svetlana Konegen, Dima Bilan, Alina Kabaeva, Alexander Peskov, Oksana Fedorova, Tatyana Vedeneeva, Ksenia Borodina, Natalya , Sergey Lukyanenko, Angelika Varum, Alexander Tsekalo, Anfisa Chekhova, Julia Kovalchuk, Larisa Korzhneva, Victoria Daineko, Julia Nachalova, Natasha Koroleva, Svetlana Svetikova, Vladimir Mashkov and other stars.
The homeland of the dogs of this breed is considered the county of Yorkshire, which is located in the north of England. There is very little historical information about where exactly this miniature breed of decorative dogs came from. Moreover, the hypotheses that exist today are notable for their contradictory nature. Continue reading