Dandy dinmont terrier
Dandy Dinmont Terrier is a unique breed, not only due to its unusual appearance, but also due to the name of the breed. Perhaps this is the only case in…

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Basenji
The Basenji dog breed is, in fact, a bit of a domesticated wolf. Of course, the wolf and this domesticated dog, animals are different, but very close. After all, a…

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Welsh terrier (Welsh Terrier)
The Welsh Terrier, or, as it is also called, the Welsh Terrier, is considered one of the oldest terriers on the planet. Although many unknowingly consider it a reduced copy…

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Bernese Mountain Dog

Bull Terrier (Bul)

The breed of dogs bullterrier is truly legendary – these dogs are known all over the world. Over the long years of their fighting career, they have earned a reputation for fearless and dangerous animals. Bull terriers were created specifically for fighting in the ring with other dogs, and illegal fights, and therefore ruthless and bloody.

Accordingly, for these purposes, a dog with unsurpassed fighting qualities was required. In England, this type of entertainment was especially popular, although it was prohibited by the authorities. In 1850, John Hicks, a dog expert from Birmingham, set about creating the breed. To do this, he crossed a white English terrier, which today is already extinct, an English bulldog, and a little later even a Dalmatian. Although, if you look at the bull terrier, this can not be said. Continue reading

Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain Dog is one of the very ancient breeds of dogs, which is estimated at about 2000 years old. This breed belongs to a group of four breeds that developed side-by-side in the Swiss Alps: appenzeller mountain dog, entlebucher mountain dog, a large Swiss mountain dog and Bernese mountain dog.

All 4 breeds came from the crossing of Molossians and Mastiffs, which the Romans brought with them when they invaded the Alps about 2000 years ago, with dogs of a universal type. They were used in various agricultural needs, in the protection and grazing of livestock. They were harnessed to small carts, mountain tribes hunted and attacked each other with them.

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Australian terrier
The Australian Terrier is a breed originally from Australia, as you probably guessed by the name. However, despite the fact that the breed is considered Australian, it originated from the…

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Affinpincher
Today it’s hard to say how many years the Affenpincher breed has exactly counted, although official documents refer us only to the 19th century. In fact, the closest ancestors of…

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American bulldog
The American bulldog breed originated from the English bulldog around the end of the 17th - beginning of the 18th centuries, in America, when the colonists (and, subsequently, farmers) needed…

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Basenji
The Basenji dog breed is, in fact, a bit of a domesticated wolf. Of course, the wolf and this domesticated dog, animals are different, but very close. After all, a…

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