origin of the breed
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
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
In the world there are about five hundred dog breeds. Some of them are popular with us, others are not even heard. And which dog is best to get someone who has long dreamed of a four-legged friend?
Of course, it is impossible to identify a universal breed that will suit everyone and everyone. After all, someone will like a calm and obedient doggie-phlegmatic, well, and someone will be crazy about an active and playful dog.
The choice of dog breed: to each his own Continue reading