Boxer dog or Boxer dog is a fighting dog breed originating from Europe due to crossbreeding with Bun dogs. This dog has its name as the sport of boxing because they love to use their front legs like boxers, especially when fighting, in addition, this funny name is also derived from the special appearance. Their difference is that the white ring on the foot resembles a boxer’s glove. Not only that, this species also often uses its front legs to jump up and celebrate its owner. Boxer is very agile and hyperactive, so it is suitable for talent competitions. However, training them often has to be done from a young age, because they are quite stubborn and stubborn. They love people, especially children. They are very persistent and know how to protect people. Since the 19th century, they have been bred for competition because they can stand on their front legs to fight opponents. Boxer isn’t too aggressive, but there were 2 accidents associated with them between 48 and 1982. Fun, energetic, but also stubborn.
Ancestors of the breed Boxer dog are two breeds of dogs belonging to the German mastiff group, the Bullenbeiszer and the Barenbeiszer. They were then bred with bulldogs. In the past, this breed has won many awards such as bison and sled dogs. Farther from their roots, Boxer’s ancestors became members of ancient fortresses, and were employed in herding herds. They are also quite popular in traveling circuses and troupes because of their ability to learn the repertoire quite quickly. Breeding was relatively indiscriminate until 1904, when the breed’s standard was set. Although they are of German origin, their pure English name comes from the way they use their front legs like boxers in the ring. Today this is one of the most suitable dog breeds for families. Boxer’s superiority is reflected in jobs related to guarding, guarding, police work, military work, search and rescue …
Bull dog or cow face dog
Bulldog is a breed descended from the ancient Asian mastiff but only really developed in England. They were originally bred to fight bulls in bloody games, then used to keep houses. Chosen as a blessing animal by many universities and organizations in the UK and USA, today Bulldogs are increasingly chosen by many people due to their temperament and appearance. They are also a eater and inactive, so they are prone to obesity. They are also one of the most expensive dog breeds with prices ranging from $2.500 to $9.000 a dog. This breed has a long history of development. The Bulldog’s name comes from its strong shape like a bull and its strength, from its appearance is very sturdy, can be said to be fierce, like muscular bulls. and possesses a remarkable strength, always full of vitality and ready to fight, especially from the strength when attacking the bulls in the inconclusive battles. These bloody fights later in the nineteenth century have been permanently banned to this day. The Bun has undergone great change, especially during the nineteenth century, when standard dog shows were held.
First time, bulldog It is used as a decoy dog to fight bulls (bull baiting). At that time they had taller legs than their descendants. In 1835, the game of decoy dogs was banned in England, the Bulldog was converted to the game of dog fighting, also known as dog fighting, but in this field, the Bulldog was less popular than the Bull type. Terrier because the breed is more compact and easier to hide when authorities check for illegal dog fighting. Since then the Bulldog breed is not popular. But then, their image became vibrant again to become a popular pet dog. It is this breed of dog that can be considered as one of the important factors contributing to the creation of a number of new types of dogs by crossbreeding technology. Often, people will choose their Vietnamese-loving characteristics to breed new dog products such as Bully Dog or Bull Terrier. It is because of the good characteristics of this dog that it has been selected by breeders. This dog breed is short-legged, has an unflattering face, and sticks out its tongue, but they are gentle, brave, and easy to groom. Bulldog This one has a fierce face and is a bit rough but also cute. They have very characteristic forehead and cheek wrinkles. The nostrils are upturned as if sniffing. Bun dogs are very sociable and friendly with people, they are only aggressive with strangers who intend to invade their territory, this is a suitable dog breed to guard the door. Today, Bun dogs have personalities and characteristics that are quite different from their ancestors.
Beagle is a small dog breed in hunting dogs and is specialized for hunting rabbits, they are easily recognized by their characteristic soft, fluffy coat. They are easy to raise, friendly and lovely to people, can both look after the house, and play with the children in the house. When kept free, they love to explore everything thanks to their good nose. The word beagle originally comes from “be’geule”, which refers to the howling habit of this species after hunting sessions. They are also very friendly, easily getting to know people as well as other dogs. This is a fairly common hunting dog, with a slight resemblance to the Basset hound both in appearance as well as in temperament. Its origins are unclear, although it has been bred in England for over 500 years. The breed may have originated from a cross between a Harrier and another English terrier. Beagle Usually used for hunting in groups, can also use one or a pair of dogs to hunt hares, pheasants and quails. It is also used as a good drug detection dog and good family member. Because they are fairly uniform in size, at a moderately small size, Beagles are often used for drug testing. They are classified as small hunting dogs. The Beagle breed has proven to be very adaptable. In the UK they are used to hunt rabbits, while in Sri Lanka they are used to hunt wild boar.
It is a small hunting dog, with a square, solid, strong body. The breed is bred in excessive numbers and with some breeds, their condition and temperament have been affected by uncontrolled breeding resulting from this overbreeding. Their lifespan is about 12 – 15 years, the number of puppies is from 2 to 14, the average is seven. There are several lines belonging to like Beagle potentially heart attack, epilepsy, eye and back problems. It is also possible to suffer from diseases of the bones, cartilage, and red blood cells, causing stunting and skeletal deformities, such as in the forelimbs of the pygmy terrier. A standard Beagle greyhound has a short, sleek and easy to care for coat that can include any of the usual greyhound colors such as tricolor, black and fawn, red and white, and orange. and white, or dark greenish yellow and white. The coat is close to the body, hard and of medium length. The skull is wide and slightly rounded, the snout is straight and square. The feet are round and strong, sturdy. Black nose with wide nostrils for sniffing. The ears are long, wide, and protrude from the side of the head. Brown or reddish brown eyes always show supplication, begging. Tail of Beagle always look happy, but the tail never curls up on the back. When hunting, the Beagle has a distinctive howl and barking voice. The Beagle’s barking may bring pleasure to the hunter, but disturbs family and neighbours. Beagles tend to follow what they sniff.
Rottweiler The carrot or rotti is a breed of dog of German origin used as a herding dog but often trained to be a working dog. They are also good fighting dogs and can tolerate injuries. Rottweiler is also a healthy, intelligent dog. Despite their large and fierce appearance, they are obedient and make good guard dogs. They are less friendly with strangers but with acquaintances are likable. They are quite calm dogs. General, Rottweiler It is a strong dog with a herd habit and protective instincts. Potentially dangerous behavior in Rottweiler is often due to irresponsibility, abuse, neglect, lack of human training. However, the strength of the Rottweiler should not be ignored as they are one of the dangerous breeds, their bite force can be up to 136 kg. The Rottweiler is a fairly popular breed, but its selling price is up to $3.000 per dog. The Rottweiler is named after the southern German town where the breed was discovered. The Rottweiler breed is descended from the Italian Mastiff. They were bred in the city of Rottweil in Wurttemberg, Germany and first appeared in 1800, this new breed gradually became famous in the mid-20th century thanks to breeders in Stuttgart.
Historically, they were used as herding dogs. Its ancestors are ancient species from Roman times, serving the army in war, hunting in the Middle Ages or pulling wagons to replace horses or herding sheep are things people can take advantage of. From this dog, from 1910 until now this breed is officially recognized as a police dog. As such, it was initially used for herding, although it was eventually trained to be a dog that could be used for search and rescue missions, guiding the blind or as a sighting dog. guard and guard dog. The typical characteristics and advantages of this breed are the ability to track, herd, guard, guard, police dog, sled and fight dog. This is a dog that can serve in special jobs, it has strong personalities, Today, Rottweiler Used in guarding, searching, protecting, scouting by police forces and border guards, in many countries this breed is considered as a friend, a means of guarding, keeping house, watching It is generally gentle and calm, although it may not be welcoming to strangers because of its territorial and guarding instincts.
Dalmatian dog aka Dalmatian dog is a breed of domestic dog originating in the region of Dalmatia (part of the Croatian territory), where it is found characterized by its body with black spots on a white background, this breed is commonly known as Puddings filled with raisins because of their spotted fur. Their origins are sled dogs and scent hounds. Dalmatians are a type of domestic dog that is very active and loves to run. Dalmatians are well known through the famous cartoon 101 Dalmatians. The Dalmatian is a breed of domestic dog that originated in the Dalmatian region (part of the territory of Croatia). The distinguishing feature of this breed is that they have a white coat with eye-catching black spots. With its slim, toned and beautiful body, this breed ranks in the list of the most beautiful dog breeds in the world. People often fondly call them raisin puddings because of their spotted fur.
Dalmatian has a well-proportioned body, muscular but elegant and has amazing endurance. They have a short, stiff and thick white coat that is randomly spotted with black or reddish brown spots. These spots in addition to the traditional black color also have other colors such as brown, lemon, dark green or pure white. Children who are deaf are often difficult to raise and often become aggressive as adults. In addition, kidney stones and allergies are also two major diseases of this breed. Dalmatians are the only dog species with gout, because they are the only mammal, other than humans, that produces uric acid. Spotted dogs have a higher uric acid level than other breeds. Therefore, it is necessary to have a low-protein diet for this breed. When fully grown, its weight typically ranges between 2 and 16 kg and a standing height of 32 – 48 cm, with males often being slightly larger than females. The dog’s feet are round, the toes are arched, and the paws are usually white or similar in color to the dog’s spots. The thin ears taper towards the head and are set quite high and close to the head. Eye color varies from brown, amber or blue, some dogs have one blue eye and one brown eye, or other combinations.
Labrador retriever Commonly known by the familiar name Lab is a popular hunting dog in the United States, they belong to the group of hunting dogs (gundogs) and are often used to bring back prey to their owners during hunting. The name Labrador comes from the Portuguese word “labrador”, which means worker. In the past, the Labrador was the most popular dog breed among Newfoundland and Portuguese sailors and fishermen. They are gentle, sociable and love to be around people, the retriever has been considered one of the most popular dog breeds in America over the years. The retriever is so active, reliable, loving, easy to train, many Americans consider this dog a member of the family. In Russia they are also called “Labriki”, “Laby”, or “Labukh”. Their ancestors are Newfoundland dogs in Canada, their daily job is to help fishermen pull nets to catch fish. Labradors are trained to jump from ships into icy water and pull back seine nets to make it easier for fishermen to catch fish. They were brought home by British boats in the 1800s, and it was in England that their instincts for searching were more developed. They also become family and companion dogs because of their gentle, affectionate nature and are easy to train.
They also proved capable in detecting explosives, guiding the blind and assisting the disabled. Honesty, calmness, intelligence, when playing with young children cause peace of mind for people, always self-satisfied, suitable for suburban life. Labrador Hound With a particularly good sense of smell, during both world wars the breed was used to detect land mines, and is now used to sniff out illegal drugs. Basically kept indoors, so it is advisable to prepare a good cage or a relatively large range for them, because this breed grows very quickly. The Labrador breed makes up nearly eighty percent of guide dogs worldwide. As a hunting dog, the Labrador is an extremely effective assistant to the hunter: tireless, good at sniffing, understanding and executing commands quickly, and at the top of the list. color in hound breeds. Labrador dogs can accurately search and never miss the location of dead or shot down prey, both on land and in water. They also have good intuition, endurance, endurance, especially the ability to sniff out the blood of their prey even though it has dried up after a few days.
Jack Russell Terrier
Jack Russell Terrier aka Russell Terrier or Parson Jack Russell The Jack Russell Terrier is a breed of terrier, descended from fox terriers originating in England in the 19th century. The Jack Russell Terrier is a breed of dog that is very adept at burrowing and catching small rodents. Its name derives from Pastor John Russell, a hunting enthusiast who first raised hunting foxes. The name “Jack Russell” has been used for years to describe a wide array of small white terriers, but now after a legal battle, the JRTCA (Jack Russell Terrier Club of America) ) and its offshoot have been given the exclusive right to use the name Jack Russell Terrier to describe their special edition, the Jack Russell Terrier is a breed of terrier that is unique by its agile, sly, and survival instincts. of them from 200 years ago ie the 19th century.
This is a small breed, mainly white, smooth, or rough. Dogs weigh about 5 kg to 7 kg, height about 30 cm to 35 cm, they are a small and compact dog breed. Their heads are small, the muzzle is often ruffled, while the whole body is smooth, which can be said to be their characteristic. Black nose, light eyes are usually brown or black with irises. The height and length of the body is estimated according to the golden ratio, so it always visually shows a balanced and agile body. Because the Jack Russell As a hunting and burrowing dog, the chest size is small to reduce wind resistance when chasing prey or burrowing. They have two types of hair, hard and smooth, with two types, the hair is tough, not easy to break, close and dense. Body color white or may have patches of brown, lemon, patches of black or all three colors. The patches of color on the body are rarely seen, appearing on the corners of the tail and head. Jack Russell’s coat is mostly white (more than 51%) mixed with black, brown or yellow. The skin sometimes appears black or brown patches called ticking. Sometimes, Jack Russells have all white fur, but each eye spot is black or brown. Their average lifespan is 14 – 15 years more.
Pug or saggy-faced dog
Pug is often called a saggy-faced dog is a breed of dog that belongs to the group of pet dogs originating from China, they have a wrinkled face, short muzzle and curly tail. This breed has a smooth, glossy coat that comes in many colors but is most commonly black and fawn. Pug’s body is compact and square with well-developed muscles. The Pug was brought to Europe from China in the sixteenth century and became popular in Western Europe by the Dutch Orange-Nassau and Stuart houses. In Great Britain, in the nineteenth century, Queen Victoria had a great passion for the Pug and she spread it to other members of the Royal Family. The Pug is a very friendly and gentle dog breed. It maintained its popularity well into the twenty-first century, with many celebrities owning the breed. A Pug that won First Prize at the 2004 World Dog Show. Originated in Asia around 400 BC. However, the origin of the Pug is still a matter of controversy. Some experts believe that the Pug is of unknown origin from the Far East, introduced by Dutch merchants. They also think that this may be a branch of the Pekingese short-haired breed. However, there are other opinions that the Pug is the result of crossbreeding a small Bulldog breed.
Pug dog With a sturdy, neat body, the body of this dog is considered balanced if the height at the shoulder is roughly equivalent to the length from the shoulder to the bottom of the butt. The standard dog has a pear-shaped shape, the shoulders are wider than the hips. The short, soft, easy-to-groom coat is brown, white, brindle and mixed between them. Their skin is soft and pleasant to the touch. They have round dark bulging eyes and a slightly protruding lower jaw. Straight or twisted tail. Proper care of wrinkles is most important. Because Pugs have a short nose and lack of bone above the eyes, they are very susceptible to eye damage, eye problems such as bulging eyes, corneal scratches, and eyelids. Their airways are also very narrow, making it difficult to breathe or unable to regulate body temperature through evaporation of the tongue. Pug’s normal body temperature is between 38°C and 39°C. If its body temperature exceeds 41°C, its need for oxygen will increase and it will require immediate hypothermia. If the body temperature reaches 42°C, organ damage will occur. Pug’s breathing difficulties can be aggravated if it is stressed while being transported by air, as it is kept in tight spaces and high temperatures. Due to the deaths of many Pugs and other short-skulled species, many airlines have banned shipments and enacted seasonal restrictions.
Siberian Husky Dog
Siberian Husky Dog is a medium-sized sled dog breed originating from northeastern Siberia, Russia. In terms of genetic characteristics, Husky dogs are classified into the Spitz line. Husky dogs have two thick coats, triangular ears and often have different identification points on the coat. Husky dogs are very active dogs because their ancestors lived in one of the coldest places like Siberia, where the original Husky was bred by the Chukchi people of Northeast Asia for the purpose of pulling carts on long distances in extreme cold conditions. The breed was brought to Alaska during the Nome gold mining period and later became popular in the United States and Canada. Husky was originally bred to be a sled dog but later became a family pet. The recognized Sibir, Samoyed, and Alaskan Malamute Husky breeds all descended from an ancient breed according to DNA results published in 2004. Since 1908, they were introduced to Alaska during the exploitation period. yellow and used as sled dogs and racing dogs. Here, sleds because Husky dogs quickly became popular vehicles now.
Feather of Husky breed It is thicker than most dog breeds and consists of two layers, a thick and short coat lining the inside and a thinner, longer coat covering the outside to help protect them from the harsh freezing cold. They can withstand colds from −2 to −50°C. Husky dogs change their fluff regularly, if they live with humans, they need weekly brushing. The Siberian Husky has many different coat colors, but most will have white legs, muzzle, and tail end spots. The most common is the Husky with black – white coat color, then brown – white, gray – white and the rare “agouti” coat color. The almond-shaped Husky dog’s eyes are spaced moderately apart and slightly slanted. Eye colors can also vary from sky blue, navy, amber, green, or brown. Some animals may have 60 eyes with each eye being a different color. It is also possible to have one or both eyes that are parti-colored, half green and half brown. All of the above eye colors are accepted as “pureblood” Husky eyes. The tail of the Husky dog is long and very hairy, they often hang their tail if there is no activity, when running, they often bend their tail to their back to have more warmth. This is also a common feature of some dog breeds originating from cold countries such as Akita, Alaskan Malamute or Samoyed. When sleeping, Husky dogs will wrap their tails over their muzzles to keep their noses warm. They will lower their tails when relaxed and arch their tails when excited or curious.
German Shepherd Dog (Alsace)
German Shepherd Dog also known as Alsace is a large-sized dog breed, originating from Germany. In Vietnam, this dog breed is called Berger dog (Berger or Shepherd), transliterated from the French word berger also means shepherd dog. The German Shepherd Dog is a relatively new breed of dog, dating back to 1899. The German Shepherd Dog belongs to the group of herding dogs, originally bred to herd sheep. Due to their strength, intelligence and ability to obey orders in training, they are often used in police forces and military. Because they are so loyal and have a protective instinct, the German Shepherd is one of the most registered breeds. The German Shepherd Dog is medium in size, with a shoulder width of about 55 to 65 cm, and a weight of about 22 to 40 kg. The ideal height is 63 cm, by Kennel Club standards. They have round heads, long square snouts, and black noses. Dogs have strong jaws, with bite-shaped teeth. Their eyes are medium in size, brown in color, flexible, intelligent and confident. The ears are large, erect, directed forward and parallel to each other, but often droop backward during movement. They have a long neck, which often rises when excited and lowers when running fast. The tail is bushy, extending to the elbows.
German Shepherd Dog can have many colors, the most common are dark/black and red/black with many variations. Both variants have black face, black body from “saddle” to “blanket”. Rarer colors include mink black, jet black, jet white, livery, and blue variations. Pure blacks and mink coats are accepted by most standards, however blue and liver are generally considered serious defects, and white is often considered a reason for immediate disqualification due to lack of standards. This is for the reason that the white color is very recognizable, making the dog unqualified as a watch dog and difficult to see in snow or snow conditions or when herding sheep. German Shepherds have two coats. The outer layer usually sheds throughout the year, densely covering the body, with a thick inner layer. Dog coats come in two forms, long and medium. Long hair is an expression of a recessive gene, which makes the long hair variant less visible. The German Shepherd is maintained for its exceptional intelligence, a trait for which it is famous. They are considered the third most intelligent dog, after the Border Collie and the Poodle. In The Intelligence of Dogs, author Stanley Coren rates this breed as third in intelligence. He found they were able to learn simple tasks after just five repetitions of the command, and obeyed the first command 95% of the time. Along with their physical strength, this trait makes the breed popular for use as police dogs, guard dogs and rescue dogs, as they are able to quickly learn different tasks and understand instructions better than others. other dogs.