10 reasons to shelter an adult dog
In one of our articles, we already wrote why it is worth taking a dog from a shelter. It has a good tablet comparing the pros and cons of “dogs…

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WHY THE DOG EATS CAL, WHAT DOESN'T BE ENOUGH TO IT
Almost every dog ​​from time to time finds during the walk "aromatic yummy" and enjoys treating it. As a found “treat” there is carrion, rotting pieces of meat, spoiled bones,…

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Afghan Hound
History of the Afghan Hound The origin of this breed of dogs is Afghanistan. The modern Afghan breed was obtained by crossing an ancient Afghan hound with the Persian greyhound…

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Shar Pei – History, Care, Diseases, Features of the Breed

Shar Pei Origin: China

Application: fighting, for protection, home.

Shar Pei breed standard
Shar Pei is an ancient breed of dog that has several standards. There are three main standards – English, American and Canadian. And if the English and American sharpei standards are not different from each other, then the Canadian standard is very different from the first two. The height at the withers of the Canadian sharpei is 7 cm below the norm, and in this breed there is great freedom in standardizing color.

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ARE DOGS ABLE TO DISTINCT COLORS?
One of the most frequently asked questions regarding dogs is the ability of dogs to distinguish colors. Most often you can hear that dogs simply do not distinguish colors, but…

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Raising a dog at home
Raising a dog begins at home, from the first days of being in it, and lasts a lifetime. In the house, the animal spends a lot of time communicating with…

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7 reasons why you should take a second dog
This article could begin and end with one sentence: "The more dogs, the more happiness." But let's try to tell everything in more detail. Along with the obvious pluses, there…

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Saint Bernard - History, Care, Character
You like the St. Bernard breed, now let's talk a little about them. The ancestors of the St. Bernards are large and hardy dogs that lived in the monastery of…

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