Breeds unrecognized FCI
When I began to be interested in breeds, unrecognized FTsI, I realized that, in essence, breeds not recognized by FTsI are MORE than recognized ones. Virtually every country in the…

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Dry food
You should buy premium food, not economy, as there are many dyes and flavors in cheap food. Giving dry food can be soaked in broth or in natural form. If…

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OUR STAY
Our pack consisted of my dogs (their number varied from 4 to 6) and the dogs of my friends that we met almost daily for several years. Most of my…

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breed description

WE WILL GO ON YOUR WAY

The first success inspired me and, having improved my results in the early start, I decided to try my hand at training in protective guard duty, in those years also obligatory for a service dog. In contrast to general training, the guard-and-guard service required the help of assistants and a defendant. There was nothing to think to train the dog yourself. I signed up for the group and, under the guidance of an instructor, began to make a guard dog from a domestic dog. Continue reading

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 Europe (and in some states of America), moreover, it is forbidden.
It is a dog of medium height, somewhat squat, but generally proportionally folded.
The exterior is rather heterogeneous, the type is not settled, but in any case it is a very muscular dog with a large head and powerful jaws, extremely strong for its growth, agile, nimble, incredibly jumping. Continue reading

A little bit about the history of the breed

The name of the breed does not mean at all that for the first time this dog was seen on the American continent. This breed essentially does not have a specific country of origin. However, sources claim that the ancient pit bulls lived in Tibet about four thousand years ago. It was from there that their distribution began across the European continent. It is believed that representatives of this breed took part both in hunting and in various recreational activities for the ancient inhabitants. And only after many hundreds of years, the American continent was settled by pit bull terriers. Continue reading

Choosing a nickname
The name of the pit bull should reflect the appearance and character - let the name be short and sonorous. Dog Nicknames: Harley, Mike, Jack, Buddy, Rich, Fry. Bitch nicknames:…

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Staffordshire bull terrier
Historical sources say that the ancestors of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier were known thousands of years ago, and they were bred at the courts of the monarchs. But the purebred…

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Child aggression
Sick subject about which dog lovers do not like to speak. But it is impossible to hush up. You need to understand the causes of problems and know how to…

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Some stories about the bull terrier breed
The foundations of breeding bull terriers began to take shape from the first years of the nineteenth century. During this period, both dog fighting and dog fighting with another, larger…

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