There are more than four hundred breeds of dogs introduced by man. So, if you’ve already decided what dog breed are going to buy, you still need to pre-weigh all “for” and “against”: to collect as much information as possible about all the nuances of maintenance and care, to explore the nature, meet the people who keep the breed you want, ask all your questions and socialize with the dogs. If you do not change your mind, congratulations! If you don’t know what breed of dog will suit you, then let’s deal with it. Skip our directory of breeds of dogs (we will come back), read on.
What dog breed suits you?
Thanks to the tireless activities of human, dog breeds so diverse that to choose the right for you and your family the breed is not as difficult as it seems at first glance.
Of course, the most preferred dog breeds we focus on our sensations “like – dislike”, which is not always right. You cannot choose a dog by appearance, not by studying its nature can not take an animal home, not appreciating the amount of time it will require your future friend. Continue reading
Over 80 percent of Germans believe that Pets have a positive effect on children’s development. Science confirms that Pets develop a child’s sense of responsibility already at an early age.
Pets have a positive influence on the development of young children. Believe nine out of ten Germans, evidenced by a recent survey conducted by the sociological Institute of the Bremen TheConsumerView (TCV). The survey involved a thousand respondents, both with and without Pets.
“Overall, 88.7% of respondents believe that children’s development proceeds more efficiently if they are already at an early age have regular contact with Pets,” said the officer TCV Uwe Friedemann (Friedemann Uwe). Naturally, among the pet owners level of conviction in this (95.9 per cent) higher than among those who have Pets does not have (74.7 per cent).
More of a positive impact of Pets on the development of young children believe dog owners (98.2 percent). However, the level of conviction is very high and among cat owners (95.3 per cent) and poultry (90.3 per cent). Continue reading
Never understood people who give birth to house dangerous animals. The criterion, of course, is different — I became very friendly with a German shepherd and a Doberman when I lived at my sister’s. The shepherd generally had no problems, but the Doberman came to him after he died his boss — their friend. The first years he tried to direct his orders, loved to sleep in beds and sofas, could climb to her grandmother in the bed, to push her out, and settle in for the night.
We fought, of course, and broke the habit. A good and clever dog was at rest. But with him it was possible to fight and win. But when my relatives lived in this house Caucasian (shepherd, I mean) — it was horrible. It women once in what does not put, children hated it, and men were gradually excluded from the list of respect. At first began to rush at me, then at his uncle, then his older brother. In General, so much so, that he broke loose, all herded into the house, he started attacking the fence, behind which the children went to school, the family called the police, and Jean shot. Although, again, the son of Jean and kind likes VEGA inherited the proportions and power of the Caucasian shepherd and sheer kindness and humility of likes in relation to “its”. Continue reading