Senbernar
The birthplace of the St. Bernards is the Swiss Alps. Their rare are Asian mastiffs and Molossian dogs of the ancient Romans, who fell into the mountains during conquests. In…

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Maltese.
The assertion that the Maltese lapwings hail from the island of Malta is not entirely true. Maltese ancestors lived in cities located on the Mediterranean coast, and caught mice and…

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Russian toy terrier
Dwarf decorative breed of dogs, which has two varieties: long-haired and smooth-haired. ORIGIN At the beginning of the 20th century in Russia, among the decorative breeds of dogs, English toy…

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Bulterier

Antique bull and terriers were bred in England from bulldogs and terriers. These powerful dogs participated in dogfights or bullying bulls. In 1835, this type of entertainment was banned by the government, and the demand for bull terriers declined. To save the breed, J. Hinks crossed the bull terrier with the Dalmatians and white English terriers and got more harmonious and lightweight, but powerful and hardy representatives of the breed, among which were individuals with a white color. Not having a white bull terrier at that time was considered a bad manners among students and teachers of the University of Oxford. At the beginning of the 20th century, the breed was registered in Britain. The first bull terriers in Russia were introduced in the 70s. 20th century. In the 90s. Continue reading

Gastroenteritis in dogs

Digestive system diseases can develop in any dog: regardless of breed, age and general health. The cause may be malnutrition or, for example, a hereditary predisposition. In our article, we will consider one of the most common digestive problems – gastroenteritis. What is this disease, how does it manifest and how to protect your dog from it?

What is gastroenteritis?
Gastroenteritis is an inflammatory process in the gastrointestinal tract that affects the mucous, submucous, and muscle layers. In the absence of proper treatment, the disease develops rapidly and passes to other organs: kidneys, heart and liver.

There are several types of gastroenteritis:

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Is it worth getting a dog?

Having a dog is not buying another pair of shoes. A dog is a full-fledged member of the family that requires almost as much attention as a child. You have to teach her the basics of behavior at home and in society, hone her acquired skills, take care of her daily, monitor her health and much more. Our article will help you evaluate how ready you are for this!

Sleep is for wimps!
Dogs are not just compared to children. Both those, and others, for example, give sleepless nights to newly-born “parents”. When getting a puppy, be prepared for round-the-clock mournful whining. It is understandable: the puppy has to adapt not only to life without a mother, but also to a new home, and this is not easy. The owner’s task is not to get annoyed, but to help his pet.

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Dog Shorthair Care
It is believed that shorthair dogs and cats are easier to care for. Is it really? What is the difference in the care of short-haired pets? The length of the…

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Why does the dog itch?
Itching gives the dog great discomfort. She becomes restless, sleeps poorly. The condition of the coat deteriorates, and the comb becomes the gateway for infection. Itching is not the norm.…

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Wolfhound
Wolfhound is a generic name for strong, large breeds of dogs. It is understood that such a dog is strong enough to survive in a fight against a wolf (or…

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How to protect dog joints?
Joint problems cause the dog great discomfort and adversely affect her life in general. When experiencing pain, the dog loses its inherent mobility and cheerfulness. Without timely treatment, the disease…

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