Labradors are dogs for people, they are always ready to go for a run with you in the vicinity or play ball with you as you like. Labradors are reliable companions in any conditions and are always ready to help. They love nothing so much as attention and activity, this breed of dog is considered hyperactive.
Labrador Retriever breed history
The history of this breed of dogs began in the 19th century. At this time, on the island of Newfoundland, there was the so-called “little Newfoundland”, which was a faithful helper for fishermen. Peter Hawker brought to England several of these individuals, which he called “St. John’s Breed of Newfoundland. ” From crossing these dogs with a curly-haired retriever and, possibly, an English Foxhound and setter, a well-known Labrador appeared. In 1903, an English dog club officially recognized the Labrador. The American Kennel Club certified this breed in 1917. Continue reading
English Cocker Spaniel – This breed was bred in England for hunting. The English Cocker Spaniel is small in stature, so it is very convenient for keeping in an apartment. The English Cocker Spaniel is very mobile, devoted to his master, has an attractive appearance. This breed is very popular not only because of its unusually beautiful appearance, but also because of its flexible and obedient character. Smart, funny, playful, loves children and because of his active mobility – sports. His physique is strong, proportionate and looks very harmonious.
The tail is docked and can often be seen in motion. By the movement of the tail, you can determine the mood of the dog, and she is always beautiful. Continue reading
The appearance of a dog is akin to the appearance of a new member of the family and is accompanied by a large number of changes for both the dog and you. We have compiled a list of the necessary items to help make this transition most smoothly. Perhaps for you personally something will be superfluous – we tried to make the list the most complete.
Important questions for potential dog owners:
Do you have other dogs and how will they respond to the new one?
Is your apartment or house suitable for the type of dog you want to get?
How will your life (family, friends, vacations) and work affect your ability to care for your dog? Continue reading