CHIPING DOGS
For at least 8 years now, rumors have been circulating among dog breeders that the State Duma is about to adopt a law on mandatory animal chipping. But if implantation…

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HOW TO CARRY A DOG ON THE PLANE
Going on a trip, it’s easier for a while to entrust the lookout for the dog to friends or someone close. But what if there is nobody to ask for…

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English Setter
History of the English Setter breed The English Setter is a breed from the group of cops, the representative of the Irish Setter, Gordon and English Setter, a direct descendant…

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Bloodhound

Bloodhound Origin
Bloodhound belongs to the breeds of hunting dogs. This is a wonderful dog, and in her instinct she has no equal. On the hunt, she follows the trail perfectly, but does not kill the driven animal. Bloodhound means “bloodhound.” They have a strong sense of flair and they quickly find a wounded beast in its bloody trail.

Bloodhound is one of the oldest breeds, which is almost 1000 years old. The original home of these animals was the Ancient East, they were also popular in the Mediterranean countries. At that time, these dogs played a big role in people’s lives, and taxes were even allocated for their maintenance. The origin of the bloodhound is Belgium. Dogs of that time were black and white. To date, there are no pure black and white bloodhounds. Continue reading

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 for money” and “free dogs”.

Most dogs in shelters are adults. Dogs at home and in the shelter make a completely different impression. It is very sad to look at these poor scared animals who do not understand where they are and wait for the owners to return and take them back home.

Unfortunately, many of these dogs will never leave the shelter … unless there is a family with a good heart that will give them a second chance. Continue reading

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 is quite difficult to uniquely determine the age. In the same way, knowing how old the dog is, we cannot unambiguously determine the age of the dog in terms of human years. But we can definitely orient ourselves to which age group, by human standards, to attribute it to.

How to recalculate a dog’s age on a human?

The most common calculation, although not entirely true, is based on the fact that one canine year is equal to seven human years. In the first year of his life, the puppy grows and develops unusually quickly. Already in the second year of life, the level of development and physical shape of the pet corresponds to a teenager. Also, the thinking processes of a one-year-old dog correspond to a high level. When an animal reaches two years of age, it can be compared to a person at the age of twenty. After that, each year the pet is equated to approximately 5 human years. It is with this speed that the dog’s body, brain and nervous system are aging. Continue reading

HOW TO CARRY A DOG ON THE PLANE
Going on a trip, it’s easier for a while to entrust the lookout for the dog to friends or someone close. But what if there is nobody to ask for…

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CAN DOGS GIVE MILK TO DRINK?
Surely, when you imagine an animal drinking milk, the first ones that come to mind are cats who happily lap it from their bowl. After all, they love this product…

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The first days of a dog from a shelter in your home
First of all, congratulations on having a dog! It doesn’t matter if you bought it or took it for free from the shelter. Consider in this article how to prepare…

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How to write a missing dog announcement
Have you lost a dog? Correctly compose an ad and distribute it in the area where the dog disappeared, as well as on the Internet. Reposts on social networks work…

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