Greyhounds
Greyhounds are a group of hunting dog breeds used for unarmed hunting for animals. The word "greyhound", according to Dahl's dictionary, means: "fast, agile, quick, quick, lively, zealous." It is…

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English bulldog
ORIGIN It is believed that the roots of the English bulldogs are common with the dog-like dogs of the Caucasus, the ancient Roman mastiffs, the Molossian Great Dane from Greece…

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Poodle
Presumably, the ancestors of the poodle were introduced by Arabs from North Africa to Spain and Portugal, where they began to interbreed with a Portuguese water dog and cattle dogs.…

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Coat of medium

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Dog liver disease

The rapid development of diagnostics and medicine has shown that liver diseases in cats and dogs are much more common than previously thought. In many cases, they accompany diseases of other organs: the stomach, intestines, and kidneys, and are not always diagnosed in a timely manner. Knowing the main symptoms and causes of liver problems will help the owner quickly respond and protect the health of the pet.
The liver is a kind of “filter” of the body, which is involved in all metabolic processes and eliminates toxic substances. She is responsible for the exchange of hormones, proteins, carbohydrates, fats and vitamins, produces bile for the digestion of food, and provides a protective function. Any abnormalities in the functioning of the liver are reflected throughout the body. However, unlike other organs, the liver has the ability to regenerate and has a huge reserve. In the event of a lesion, to one degree or another, it continues to fulfill its functions, and the initial stages of the disease are easy to miss. Continue reading

Can a child have a dog?

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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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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Pekingese
There is also another name for the Pekingese - the lion dog, referring us to the legends about its origin (according to them, one of the ancestors of this dog…

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Chamomile
In the vast expanses of the North thousands of years ago, several dog breeds began to emerge, which are now known to us under the general name "Laika". Bred by…

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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 a dog from heat stroke?
Can a dog have a heat stroke? Is it sunny? What are their differences and how do they appear? How to provide first aid? And most importantly: how to protect…

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