Boxer
Boxers can look tough and aggressive, but it is only superficial, in life they are attractive, playful and joyful friends for a person. They get along with the whole family,…

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Labrador
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…

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AGE OF DOGS BY HUMAN MEASURES
The age of the dog is primarily determined by the condition of the teeth and the amount of gray hair on the head. It is clear that in appearance it…

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Boxer

Boxers can look tough and aggressive, but it is only superficial, in life they are attractive, playful and joyful friends for a person.

They get along with the whole family, including children and other pets, be it a cat, a turtle or another dog. A boxer is well suited for living in an apartment or in a large family.

Breed boxer
weight: 25-35 kg;
height: 53-60 cm.
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Basset Hound: History, Care, Nutrition, Disease

Basset Hound Breed History
Basset Hounds – bloodhounds received from the French blackhound and the dog of St. Hubert; the name “basset” comes from the French “bas”, i.e. “Squat”, “hound” – a hound.

Raised in the royal families (mainly in France and Belgium), these dogs were used to track and chase with moderate speed deer, hares, rabbits and other game.

In the USA, the Basset Hound breed quickly gained popularity thanks to its magnificent scent and became a common hunting dog. The popularity of the Basset Hound breed as a domestic dog appeared relatively recently.

In Europe there are several varieties of basset, including those that are higher than usual, with straight legs. Theories of the origin of Basset Hounds are different, so do not be surprised to hear that the country of origin of Basset Hounds is Great Britain. Continue reading

WHAT TO DO IF A BEE BITS A DOG

It is difficult to find a person whom a bee has never stung in his life. Bites of honey insects not only cause pain, but also carry a considerable danger: inflammation of the mucous membranes (if the bee has bitten, for example, over the eyelid), swelling of the larynx (with a bite in the neck), allergic reactions. In a word, a bee is not pleasant from a sting. And what about the situation with our pets – dogs? After all, they are also often bitten by striped toilers-bees.

Animals can become a victim of a bee sting because of their own curiosity when they try to catch buzzing insects. And sometimes a fatal bite is a coincidence if a bee flew in through an open window, and the dog simply ended up at the wrong time and in the wrong place.

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Poodle Breed
Having a pet in the house is quite popular these days. Many people believe that their pet is a full member of the family and take care of it with…

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German Shepherd
German shepherds are fierce, but at the same time friendly, they are calm confident dogs. The German shepherd is ready to protect the owner at any time, as well as…

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HOW MUCH FINGERS DOG
All at least once noticed the prints of dog paws in the snow, damp ground or in the wet sand. But few people wondered how many fingers a dog had.…

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MILITARY TEETH IN DOGS
When a puppy appears in the house, an exciting time begins for the new owners. Indeed, the baby requires a lot of attention: the owners need to help the dog…

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