Interesting Facts. Bull Terrier.Pit bull
BULLTER · Bull terriers are not directly related to pit bull terriers, although these breeds originated from some ancestors. · The average life expectancy of the Bull Terrier is 11-14…

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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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Prussian system of collars
The foundations of service dog breeding and the training of service dogs in particular were laid on the basis of the Prussian system of training military and police dogs, founded…

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DOG HAS THE RIGHT TO WEAKNESS. HOW MUCH?
Dogs have their bad habits, and even the most educated dog can not sometimes hold out so as not to pick up a bone in a container or roll out…

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DOMINANT AGGRESSION

In relation to adults, dogs rarely show dominant aggression, because without objection they recognize the superiority of man. But with respect to children, dominant aggression, unfortunately, is not so rare. As mentioned above, puppies in the pack and the children in the family (however unpleasant it may be for the parents) are at the bottom of the ranger ladder, and you cannot appoint them as chief ones over the dog. So simply laid the order of things: children must obey, their elders must protect and teach. Continue reading

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 animal – a bull, a bear, were popular. The most successful dogs for this bloody sport were obtained from the bulldogs and terrier breeding – the terrier stubbornness was added to the bulldog’s powerful jaws, passion and desire to fight regardless of the wounds and injuries received. Continue reading

Prussian system of collars
The foundations of service dog breeding and the training of service dogs in particular were laid on the basis of the Prussian system of training military and police dogs, founded…

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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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Peaceful coexistence of a dog and child
Dogs are by nature social animals. They live not one by one, but in flocks-families, where together they bring up the younger generation. And dogs related to children with tenderness…

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