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The Weimaraner is a large dog breed from Germany. The Weimaraner is led by the FCI in group 7 and is still today a popular and reliable hunting dog, which builds up a close relationship with its owner with appropriate education. Characteristics of the Weimaraner With a height at withers of 57 to 70 centimetres, the Weimaraner is one of the big dogs. Female copies become somewhat smaller with 57 to 65 cm, while males usually reach 59 to 70 cm. The weight of female Weimarans is in a range fr..

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How can you help fight ear infections in your dog?

Does your dog constantly scratch his ears, shake his head or often hold it crooked? Then there is a good chance that he has an ear infection.As with humans, this also causes pain in your dog. You will notice this, among other things, because he does not like to be touched by the head, appears restless and may even become aggressive. The inflammation can also cause loss of appetite, fatigue and fever. Then at the latest it is high time to do something about it.Because apart from the inflamma..

18/10/2017 Views: 14740

Aggressive German Shepherd: Causes and Tips for Affected Owners

The dog is commonly referred to as the best friend of man. Nevertheless, there are always incidents of seemingly aggressive animals. It is estimated that nearly 20,000 people are bitten by dogs each year. Not infrequently these are shepherd dogs. However, this may be primarily related to the great popularity of this breed and is less of an indication that shepherds tend to aggression in general. Nonetheless, owners should take their behavioral problems seriously and take action in time. In..

09/10/2019 Views: 14710

Four good reasons for insects in dog food

Insects as protein source for dog food? That sounds, at least for us Europeans, rather unusual. Many of our customers are therefore, to put it mildly, at first sceptical when they hear about it for the first time.   Perhaps you are still unsure whether insect proteins are really a good choice for your dog. You may be worried that the food may damage your coat nose or not provide it with enough nutrients.  We would li..

19/10/2017 Views: 14530

Cooling the dog: our tips for the summer

In summer, temperatures in Germany often rise to well over 30 degrees Celsius. On the one hand, this is a great bathing and holiday weather, but can also quickly become a burden.Because the heat does not only cause problems for humans, but also for dogs. In order to protect their four-legged friend, dog owners must therefore consider some things in the summer.In this article we explain why high temperatures are a serious danger. We will also show you how to cool your dog down.Why heat can be a p..

29/07/2019 Views: 14412

German Shepherd

The German Shepherd Dog is a big dog breed from Germany and is classified in group 1 by the FCI. The German Shepherd was born at the end of the 19th century and is a classic protection, guard and herding dog. He is appreciated in many countries as a police dog and is also used by rescue services and as a guide dog. Characteristics of the German Shepherd Dog With a height at withers of 55 to 60 centimetres for females and 60 to 65 centimetres for males, the German Shepherd Dog is on..

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The Rottweiler is a reliable working dog, which is often used as a police dog due to its robustness and its attentive nature. The dog breed with German origin is managed by the FCI in group 2. Characteristics of the Rottweiler Rottweilers belong to the big dog breeds. Their life expectancy is between 8 and 10 years. Female Rottweilers reach a height at withers of 56 to 63 centimeters and a weight of about 42 kilograms, while male Rottweilers reach 61 to 69 centimeters and about 50 kilograms...

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The Leonberger is a large dog breed from Germany, for whose breeding Newfoundland, Bernard and Pyrenean mountain dogs were used. The FCI leads the Leonberger in group 2. Thanks to his stately size and his loud Gebells the Leonberger was a popular watchdog for a long time. Characteristics of the Leonberger The average life expectancy of the Leonberger is unfortunately only 8 to 9 years. Males reach a size of 72 to 80 centimetres, while bitches reach 65 to 75 centimetres. A male Leonberger weigh..

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Border Collie

The Border Collie is one of the big dog breeds. As a classic herding dog it is led by the FCI in group 1. The Border Collie is intelligent and willing to learn and needs sufficient mental and physical activity. Features of the Border Collie The body structure of the Border Collies is harmonious. It is always longer than high. Depending on the activity, Border Collies can be very muscular. They are fast, agile and enduring. Their head is wide and has a pronounced stop. In its moderately short m..

16/08/2018 Views: 14139

Diabetes in the dog? Unfortunately not uncommon

Diabetes is widely referred to as diabetes mellitus. It is a serious disease of the metabolism. The metabolic disorder does not occur only in humans. It is also common in dogs. Most of suffuring of diabets are older animals. In rare cases, even dogs at a young age are affected. In addition, some breeds are generally more susceptible to diabetes than others. What this disease is about and what you can do about it as a dog owner is explained in this article. What is diab..

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Patella luxation in dogs: causes, symptoms and treatment

In case of a patella luxation, the kneecap of the dog jumps out of its actual position. It can occur in various degrees of severity and is particularly manifested by lameness. In the following we will explain how exactly a patella luxation occurs in dogs, which breeds are particularly susceptible and which treatment options are available. You will also learn how to promote joint health in your dog and prevent patella luxation. What is pat..

19/12/2019 Views: 14001

Dog breeds for the apartment

Who decides for the acquisition of a dog, should not only be sure that he can spend enough time for the four-legged friend. In addition, it is at least as important to choose the suitable dog breed. One aspect, which you should consider thereby absolutely, is your housing situation. After all, not everyone lives in a large house with its own garden in which the dog can romp around. In this article, we will introduce you to some breeds of dogs that are suitable for keeping in an apartment. Char..

06/08/2019 Views: 13996

Good Oils for dogs

There's no dog food that can't live without some form of oil. And there is a good reason for that. After all, fats are an indispensable nutrient that your dog's body also needs. As with other ingredients in your dog's food, oil can vary greatly in terms of quality and possible effects on your dog's health. For this reason, we would like to go into the subject in more detail in the following article. You will learn what makes good oils for dogs and which common vegetable oils you should b..

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The Beagle is a medium-sized dog breed of British origin. The FCI guides the Beagle in group 6 (running dogs, sweat dogs and related breeds). Thanks to its friendly and playful nature, it is generally regarded as a popular family dog. Dog owners should not forget, however, that the Beagle was originally bred as a hunting dog and can therefore sometimes be somewhat stubborn and wild. Characteristics of the Beagle The life expectancy of the Beagle is between 12 and 15 years. Males reach a si..

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For performance dogs: promote muscle growth and regeneration

Performance dogs have special needs in terms of nutrition. The right combination of nutrients, among other things, improves the performance of the quadruped. In addition, it accelerates regeneration, promotes muscle growth and minimizes the risk of injury.Incidentally, this does not only apply to sports dogs that operate, for example, canicross or agility. Even with hunting and service dogs, proper nutrition should be given sufficient attention. In the following, we explain what is important and..

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Healthy dog food for a natural diet

A natural diet for dogs. This is what we have been striving for for years at Bellfor. Our goal is therefore to offer you a natural and healthy dog ​​food. Why this is so important to us and what benefits this has for your dog is explained in this article below. Healthy and natural dog food: that's what matters To understand what a healthy and natural dog food is, it is necessary to know what a natural diet for dogs looks like. Dogs are semi-carnivores. This means that their food must consi..

23/03/2018 Views: 13391

MSM for dogs

If you are looking for nutritional supplements for your dog's joint health, you will inevitably come across the term MSM. What is behind this abbreviation and what effect MSM has on dogs is explained below. What is MSM? MSM is the abbreviation for the organic sulphur compound methylsulfonylmethane, which is found in both plant and animal organisms. For example, people ingest MSM with their normal daily diet through coffee or milk. As a dietary supplement, MSM is intended to prevent a s..

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The Doberman is a German dog breed, which is led by the FCI in group 2. The large dog breed was originally bred as a utility, working and guard dog and is characterized by vigilance and intelligence. Dobermans are still common today as service dogs for customs, the German Armed Forces and the police. Characteristics of the Dobermans The Doberman is a large breed of dog in which the males should have a height at the withers of 68 to 72 centimetres and a weight of 40 to 45 kilograms. For bit..

21/09/2018 Views: 13211

Hunting dogs

Hunting dogs are all dog breeds that are bred for the purpose of helping people to hunt. While some hunting dog breeds are still mainly used for this purpose today, other hunting dogs have also developed into popular family dogs. Classification of hunting dogs according to their intended use Under the generic term hunting dog completely different races are summarized, that can differ clearly not only by its appearance and its size, but also regarding its exact use from each other. Hunting dog..

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Detecting and treating digestive problems in dogs

Digestive problems are not uncommon in dogs. They can have numerous causes and can have a massive impact not only on the well-being but also on the health of the affected animals. After all, a functioning digestion is indispensable for the nutrient supply of the four-legged friend. As the owner, you should therefore take digestive problems in your dog seriously in any case. We will explain below how you can recognise possible problems and how you can support your dog's digestion. Signs of dige..

12/08/2019 Views: 13189