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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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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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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Pug

Probably few people do not know the dog pug breed. Pugs are now a very popular breed of dog. In numerous soap operas, the pug is the dog of aristocrats. And this is no accident – the pug has always held “high posts” due to its charm!

The origin of the pug
Pugs, like many other flat-faced dog breeds, were bred in China. There they were considered wise sacred dogs for their deep, large folds on the forehead. They were surrounded by attention and care, they even had their own servants. Tibetan Sichuan dogs are considered the ancestors of pugs. In the second century BC, pugs were famous throughout Asia. Pugs were most popular during the Song Dynasty. After a short oblivion, this breed became again popular in Beijing at the end of the 17th century. Pugs have been known in Europe since the 16th century; pugs were especially popular in the Netherlands. Continue reading

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 St. Bernard in the Swiss Alps in the XI century. Here, high in the mountains, these animals helped save people – they dug up a man and lay down next to him, warming his body. Then, when the person came to, the dog helped the traveler up and led to the monastery.

Saint Bernard breed
The Monastery of Saint Bernard was in the area of ​​the great Saint Bernard Pass, which subsequently gave its name to these dogs. According to historical data, St. Bernards helped to find and save more than two thousand people. Continue reading

5 questions to ask when taking a dog as a gift or from a shelter

1 – Did the dog go through the necessary medical procedures
Vaccination
Sterilization
Test for worms and parasites
It is advisable that the dog you like has already gone through the above procedures. Of course, all this can be done (if necessary) by yourself, but it is important to know in advance what has been done and what has not. At least in order to make the dog vaccinations difficult for the body, twice.

2 – Does the dog need any special medical care?
Unfortunately, some dogs were injured while living on the street, or at the hands of their previous owners, and sometimes they may need special care. Continue reading

Ticks and pyroplasmosis
In 2016, ticks woke up from hibernation a month ahead of schedule. According to the Rospotrebnadzor, already in two regions of the region, Domodedovo and Istra, cases of human bites…

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RESEARCH: DOGS PROTECT CHILDREN FROM DEVELOPMENT OF OBESITY AND ALLERGIES
Sometimes the reluctance to get animals in the house where young children live is due to the fear of possible diseases. Many parents respond categorically to all the cries of…

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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…

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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"…

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