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
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 play or perform any task, the shepherd can be a guard dog, a police dog, a shepherd or a guide dog, this breed of dog is very versatile and ready for anything.
Active, smart, faithful, beautiful – here she is a German shepherd.
German shepherd breed history
The German Shepherd was bred relatively recently in the 20th century. It was an attempt to create a shepherd dog, the German breeder Max von Stefanitz is the founder of this breed. Continue reading
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.
What should sharpei look like by the standards of the american dog club? Continue reading