Temperament of the American Pit Bull Terrier
In William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Prospero addresses Caliban: "The devil, the born devil, you can never change your nature." The aforementioned is the very argument that is used by those…

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Breed origin
It is believed that the ancestors of the pit bull terriers were American Staffordshire terriers. Until now, this breed is not recognized by the FCI - the International Canine Federation,…

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Unrecognized breeds
Why go far? The well-known (unfortunately not in the best light) breed of the American PIT bull terrier is also not recognized by the FCI. And in many countries of…

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DOGS ARE TOLERANT AND DEMOCRATIC.

You will be surprised how dogs are plastic and adaptable in everything that concerns people. As far as they, unlike us, are tolerant to those who look different and behave differently than they. Evolution in nature is aimed at eliminating (eliminating) representatives of the species that look differently than others — remember the notorious white crow. The consequence of this old-age instinct — to reject everyone who looks different, who otherwise behaves, is xenophobia in humans and animals. Continue reading

BORN FREE.
In the pack of wolves (in fact, this family) reigns peace and harmony. The young generation with tenderness and understanding is brought up in conditions of minimum restrictions, there are…

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Interest in dog breeding
At the time when we started, people didn’t have much choice in terms of dog training. If your dog belonged to service breeds (or sports and amateur), the club offered…

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Bull Terriers
In this publication, we present a brief description of such a breed of dogs like bull terriers. It is believed that the bull terrier is one of the oldest breeds…

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The contrast between practical and sports training service dogs.
The book was published back in 1985, not by underground samizdat, but by the state agricultural publishing house, with a huge (by the standards of Czechoslovakia) circulation of 65,000 copies.…

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