People most often take a dog from the street spontaneously, succumbing to an emotional impulse, in the case when the animal is in dire need and often in a critical situation. The situation is somewhat different when the dog is taken from the previous owners or from the shelter. As a rule, there is no expense for minutes and hours, the dog is in relative safety, more or less taken care of it. Therefore, you have time to think over your decision, in the case of a positive one – to prepare everything so that coming into a new house, into a new family, is passed with the least possible stress for the dog and for you. Continue reading
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 world (except the most backward) has its own breeds, long established and traditionally bred in these countries. Many of the breeds recognized by the FCI have their unrecognized “twin” breeds — closely related and very similar phenotypically.
Many of the unrecognized breeds are very monotypic, homogeneous and have an extensive breeding base. Continue reading
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 bred in England. A brief history of the origin and development of the bull terrier dog breed is as follows. Initially, the bull terrier was bred as a fighting breed. This was due to the fact that in England until the beginning of the nineteenth century, such popular entertainments as bull and bears, cockfighting and dog fighting were widespread. Continue reading