Passion for dysplasia
Hip dysplasia in dogs is a problem that affects at least three categories of people. These are veterinarians (orthopedists, surgeons, genetics, physiologists) involved in the detection of dysplasia, its diagnosis,…

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Dog Hip Dysplasia
Dysplasia (Greek. Dys - prefix, meaning a deviation from the norm, Greek. Plasis - formation, formation, dysplasia - developmental disruption). Hip dysplasia (TPD) is a common disease. It was first…

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How to choose a Labrador puppy
If you opted for the Labrador Retriever, then you need to have at least some idea of ​​this breed. In the future, not to buy the dog that you are…

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the upbringing

“Why is a labrador puppy so expensive?”

Sick … I decided to write an article about the cost of Labrador puppies. When breeding, I come across many questions from buyers, and one of the most popular is why are puppies so expensive?

I perfectly understand people who want to have a Labrador, open Avito and see a price range of 10,000 to 40,000. We all come across a similar range of prices in our life when choosing any things, whether it’s food, household appliances, etc. But agree , the lowest price is not a determining criterion for our choice, because we think about quality, right? But for some reason, many people do not want to see that the quality problem fully applies to animals! Continue reading

First essential knowledge for puppy owners

Before bringing the puppy to the apartment, make sure that he does not have access to small objects (which can be swallowed) and to electric wires (to avoid injury). The floor in the place where the puppy will be kept should not be slippery (to prevent improper positioning of the limbs) and cold.

Feed the Labrador puppy:
from 2 to 3 months – 5 times a day (break at night)
from 3 to 4 months – 4 times a day (break at night)
from 4 to 5 months – 3 times a day (break at night) Continue reading

Teaching a puppy not to spoil things in the house

The puppy has a very developed need to nibble something, so it must be provided with various, but safe for his health toys. Remember that a swallowed rag or, for example, pieces of a cracked rubber ball may cause a blockage in the intestines. It is advisable to change the puppy’s toys more often so that they do not have time to get bored. If the puppy is trying to gnaw objects forbidden for him, then from this he must be immediately weaned. A puppy biting the leg of a chair should be hurt and sent to its place. If he chews on a slipper, then he needs to be hit with the same slipper – the puppy should have a notion that if the slipper is “disturbed”, then he will begin to “fight”. You only need to do this if you find him at the “crime scene.” Do not tempt the puppy – when leaving home, remove all shoes and objects that you would not want to be torn Continue reading

Dysplasia, author S. Dorogova
Svetlana Dorogova - President of the National Club of Breeds Dogue de Bordeaux, owner of the Dorsdorf kennel (Moscow), expert dog expert of the RKF. Since 1993 I have been…

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About the cost of the puppy and his choice
Absolutely subjective notes reflecting the author’s view on the sale of puppies in general and puppies from their own kennel in particular. This article was written at a time when…

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Labrador Yoga - Scotland Yard's best nose
In the 1960s, Sherlock Holmes himself would envy the fame of the Labrador Yoga from Scotland Yard. The dog could smell drugs even under water. Sergeant Douglas Shearn, who worked…

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Passion for dysplasia
Hip dysplasia in dogs is a problem that affects at least three categories of people. These are veterinarians (orthopedists, surgeons, genetics, physiologists) involved in the detection of dysplasia, its diagnosis,…

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