Jack Russell Terrier bred in the UK. Mr. Jack Russell lived in Devonshire in England, who was fond of hunting with hounds and burrows of dogs. Having become a professional in this field, Mr. Russell participated in exhibitions as an expert on terriers and was one of the first founders of the famous English Club of Dog Breeding. In the second half of the 19th century, due to the development of pastoralism, traditional horse hunting for deer and roe deer became less common in England; burrowing of foxes, hunting of wild boars and rabbits became more popular. For this, dogs of short stature and short hair were needed, which could run no worse than hounds – quickly and for a long time. Continue reading
Is there a child in the world who has never dreamed of a dog? That is unlikely! A four-legged friend will brighten up even the saddest evening and will always keep company in games. But is it always a good idea to get a dog? About this in our article.
When a dog appears in the house, the family becomes friendly, and the children learn responsibility and kindness. A common belief that is not always true. All this really will be, but only on condition that all family members are ready for the appearance of the pet, that they are fully and fully aware of their responsibility.
Psychologists recommend having a dog for children, and that’s why.
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If dogs and cats could talk, what dish would they order? What if a pet is tired of its feed and wants to try something new? Does he need variety in food? Find out in our article.
Proper feeding of the dog and cat is when the diet is close to the natural and fully corresponds to the physiological needs of the animal. Knowing how a pet’s digestive system works, it’s easier to understand what its diet should be like.
Features of the digestive tract of dogs and cats
Dogs and cats have a relatively short intestines, so their digestion process is more passive. For example, traces of dry food that a dog ate for breakfast can be found in the stomach after three days.
The success of healthy digestion of cats and dogs lies in properly developed enzymes.
Enzymes gradually adapt to the food that the pet consumes. It turns out that the digestive system “learns” to process food familiar to him. Continue reading