Classification based on genetic principles
Among the entire array of the domestic dog from the early stages of rock formations there are the following groups of rocks. According to the canine is the most accurate representation of the entire array of dogs, in contrast to the classification according to user properties. 1. The wolf type is the most vivid representatives of it are the sled dogs of the North-East and Dingo. 2. Spaceopoly type — voskopodobnoe close to the original forms. This type was formed in the conditions of Northern taiga and evolved relatively isolated from dogs in other regions. 3. Goniometry type . Formation type have occurred in forest-steppe and steppe zones. The earliest is called Patagonia, because their basis was formed the actual hounds, greyhounds and Mastiff similar dogs. 4. Weedy type . Formed based on the etching of protogenic dogs in open spaces — deserts and dry steppes. 5. Mastiff similar dogs are large, formed for protection, the protective functions of the shepherd’s service.
Modern typological classification of dog breeds according to the genetic principle provide an allocation of 11 rock groups. 1. Canít move. these include Spitz, huskies and sled dogs. 2. Terriers. 3. Pinscher and Schnauzer. (the second and third groups arose in the middle ages from dogs canít move. 4. Mastiff similar dogs, vklyuchayuschimisya and Shorthair Continue reading
Animals loved by all children. Usually at the age of 6-8 years the child begins to ask their parents to buy him a kitten, puppy, Guinea pig, hamster, whatever it is, if only some living creature, because children appreciate communicating with animals. But many adults in the appearance of the house four-legged friend only see problems. Frightened by possible aggression from the pet to the baby, the need to constantly take care of and clean up after your pet. However, if you pick an animal that is appropriate to the child’s age, his character and interests, the most unpleasant moments can be avoided.
The role of animals in child development
A pet is not only a source of warmth, affection and a friend, but has a huge impact on a child’s development. Next to the four-legged friend, the child learns to be organized and disciplined. A pet teaches a child responsibility for others. The child realizes that the animal is not a toy. and needs daily care, feed, walk. Communication skills with a pet will help your child in adult life, he will learn to answer for their actions. Continue reading