Checklist for those who decide to have a dog
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…

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The mournful dog howl is one of the most unpleasant and even scary sounds for the human ear. It is especially uncomfortable when the animal "pushes" at night. Still, after…

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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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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 get used to the new environment, teach the pet the first teams, and get vaccinations. And, of course, you will have to survive the time when the pet changes teeth. By the way, some people do not know if dogs have milk teeth or if molars grow immediately. So, in this regard, animals are not much different from us, since they also have milk teeth replaced by molars. In this article, we will try to figure out when they appear and when their milk teeth change in dogs.

When dogs get their first teeth

Puppies, like newborn babies, are born toothless. However, already at the age of 3-4 weeks, milk teeth grow in doggies, namely, fangs and incisors are the first to “see the light”, then, by about 5 weeks, the turn of premolars comes. The total number of white milk teeth is 32.

At the same time, milk teeth in dogs can begin to erupt a little earlier or a little later 3-4 weeks. It is believed that the rate of appearance of primary teeth is affected by:

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To be blind or visually impaired is difficult in the modern world: it is possible to get under the wheels of public transport, walk past the desired building, get into the open hatch or stumble on the stairs, and finally become a victim of robbers. Guide dogs, companions and loyal friends of those who are deprived of the opportunity to fully see the world around them, are called to help people with serious vision problems. A guide is another name for a guide dog in the field of dog handlers.

Guide Dog Selection Criteria

A guide dog for the blind is an animal specially trained by dog ​​handlers that accompanies a blind person along a predetermined route, and also helps him adapt to life in modern society. Given the complexity of the work of guide dogs, it is not surprising that not every animal can come up to help the blind. The best guide dogs are those that meet the following requirements: Continue reading


Dogs residing permanently in a house or apartment like to fool around. What are ragged wallpapers, bitten wires, or worn out housekeeping shoes. But street cousins ​​- dogs, who live in the yards of private households or in summer cottages – are not far behind them. These four-legged comrades tirelessly delve into the ground, as if looking for some kind of treasure.

Dog digs holes in the yard
In this article, we will try to figure out why dogs dig holes, and also find out how to deal with this outrageous habit. Why outrageous? Yes, because, firstly, the dug up garden looks unattractive, and secondly, the dog often digs holes, harming the plants that grow on the site.

Why dogs love to dig holes

There are many reasons why a dog digs holes in the yard. We will list the most basic:

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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:…


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…


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…


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…