At the dawn of his evolution, man has sought to accustom wild animals. One of the first wolf, the ancestor of our modern dogs. Bringing all new breeds, scientists strive to achieve the strength and endurance of these formidable rulers of the wild. Did the researchers get the desired results? Is there a similar breed that would beat the indomitable forest Lord? This question can be answered by examining in detail the rating of the strongest dog breeds in the world.
The strongest breed of dog
Bull Terrier (Terrier family) – means “Bull”, bred in the UK. Very complicated in proportion. Lively, friendly breed, but aggressive outbursts are not controlled. Loyal bull Terrier to its owner, easy to train. The breed is recognized as the strongest in the world.
Staffordshire Terrier (amstaff) is a mixture of Terrier and bulldog, bred in the USA. Highly developed musculature. Possess a unique ability to distinguish odors. Animals are incredibly loyal, totally do not feel pain. With the right approach, well trained.
Boxer – mix the bullenbeiser and bulldog breed was bred in Germany. Smooth-haired, large dog. Balanced and loyal, loves children, very playful. Requires regular exercise, is an excellent watchdog.
Boerboel – European fighting breed once imported to Africa. Large breed, characterized by aggressiveness. If you do not train a dog, it postoyannomu to attack the person. In Denmark banned breeding them. Continue reading
To Guinea pigs remained healthy and happy, they need daily exercise. With a little imagination and imagination, you can make their life rich and interesting.
In nature, Guinea pigs spend most of their time in search of food, not having time to get bored. Our Pets live much easier: we give them a cozy house, tasty food and water. But because of this, their life becomes fresh, they start to miss. If a Guinea pig is constantly in the cage, she could be in trouble with overweight.
Daily physical activity is very important for the health of your Guinea pig. Releasing her from the cage, you’ll be surprised with what kind of energy will run and jump your pet. In dry and hot weather, the pig can live on the street. In bad weather it is better to provide her with the opportunity to explore the house from the inside of course, a significant portion of time your pig will spend locked up, but it doesn’t mean she should be boring. There are many things that can be placed in the cage to hold the animal while you do your business.
Do not let your Guinea pig get bored. More often take her and play with her.
Games in the house
Releasing a Guinea pig at home, limit her travel one room and warn other family members that pig is on the loose. Guinea pigs will love to run and jump at will. If you have a large cardboard box,it will make a wonderful toy. Cut it two inputs and see how the pig will run there and back. Continue reading
Trick the careless student, insists that he didn’t do the homework because it ate his dog, in a short time can not be triggered. Apparently, Pets are on the contrary very positive effect on the performance of school exercises.
In a survey of thousands of English children and adolescents aged 5 to 16 years, the vast majority of them (79%) reported that the presence of a pet companion helps them do a better homework. While confident of all this the owners of decorative rats and mice (92%) vs. cat owners (80%) and dogs (86%).
According to animal lover and popular presenter of English program about the wild Micaela Strachan (Michaela Strachan), the domestic dog help her children three and seven years to focus and generally have the most beneficial effect on the personality of the child.
– It helps the child become more responsible, increases attention, develops a sense of respect for the living entity and helps people become more confident. And yet, if the house has a dog, it promotes more frequent walks in the fresh air, in our time, when many children sit in houses for PC and consoles.
According to the same survey, approximately half of children feel happy when we communicate with Pets. The third feels more at peace, calm, and a fifth of respondents even felt more intelligent. And, curiously, it was mainly the owners of chinchillas . Continue reading