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English Bulldog

The English Bulldog is a small breed of dog from Great Britain (FCI Group 2). There it was originally bred for bullfighting. Today, however, the English Bulldog is a popular family dog, which distinguishes itself among other things by its gentle and child-loving nature. Characteristics of the English Bulldog The life expectancy of the English Bulldog is unfortunately relatively low with 8 to 10 years. Their size ranges from 31 to 40 centimetres, with female English bulldogs usually weighing be..

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Bichon Frisé: dog food and breed portrait

The Bichon Frisé is a small dog breed, originally from the Canary Islands, whose breed standard today is the responsibility of Belgium and France. The FCI leads the Bichon Frisé among the companion and companion dogs in group 9, section 1.1 (Bichons). Owners appreciate the child-loving Bichon Frisé because of his friendly nature as well as his small body size, which makes him an ideal dog for keeping indoors.  History of the Bichon Frisé The Bichon Frisé originally comes from the Canary..

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Puppy milk: what makes the difference?

Puppy milk can be used to raise puppies without their mothers or as an additional source of nutrition for puppies. However, there are significant quality differences and many dog owners are uncertain what they should consider when buying puppy milk. For this reason, in this article we will explain what really matters and how you can recognize higher quality puppy milk.  Puppies have special needs When feeding puppies, there are a few things to consider, which make a high st..

09/02/2018 Views: 10801

Healthy dog snacks and treats for dogs

It goes without saying that all dogs enjoy a treat between meals every so often. Whether it is a reward for good behavior, or a way to calm the dog in a stressful situation, snacks are just a part of a dog’s everyday life. Unfortunately, however, many dog owners do not pay enough attention to the quality of dogs’ food between meals. Whereas a certain awareness of quality has taken hold in relation to normal feeding, this is often not the case for canine snacks. In the following article, you ..

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Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain Dog is a large breed of dog that originated in Switzerland. The FCI has the Bernese Mountain Dog in Group 2. The breed was originally bred as a draught animal and guard dog and is characterized by a balanced and self-confident nature. Characteristics of the Bernese Mountain Dog The height at withers of the Bernese Mountain Dog is 64 to 70 centimetres for males, while females are slightly smaller at 58 to 66 centimetres. There is no standard for weight, although it is usua..

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German Spitz: dog food and breed portrait

The German Spitz is an old dog breed from Germany. The breed is bred in five different varieties, which are managed by the FCI in group 5, section 4. There the German Spitz share the breed standard no. 97. History of the German Spitz The German Spitz belong to the oldest dog breeds at all. It is assumed that their ancestors were already kept by humans several thousand years ago. German Spitz were very popular and widespread for a long time. Among other things they were appreciated as ..

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Favorite menu: the new healthy wet food for dogs from Bellfor

So far, Bellfor has focused primarily on the development of high-quality, grain-free dry food. In addition, there are for some time also various dietary supplement that can help, for example, with discomfort with the joints or problems with skin and coat. Wet food we had not yet on offer. But that changes immediately with the appearance of our favorite menu. High quality wet food for dogs With our new favorite menu, you (and of course your dog) will no longer hav..

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Galgo Español: dog food and breed portrait

The Galgo Español is a large sighthound from Spain. He is partly also called Spanish Sighthound or simply Galgo and is led by the FCI in group 10, section 3. The Galgo Español has a long history. In Spain he is still often used for hunting. Beyond that, however, he is also increasingly developing into a popular family dog. History of the Galgo Español The origins of the Galgo Español go back to the ancient world. Already more than 2,500 years ago the Celts hunted with greyhou..

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Guide dogs: training, costs and suitable breeds

It is well known that dogs with appropriate training can do much more than just give paws or lie down on command. This is especially true for guide dogs. After all, these special assistance dogs, after their training, are able to guide people with visual impairment safely through the public and thus enable them to participate independently in everyday life. What makes a good guide dog, how the training of the animals is carried out and what costs are incurred for the acquisition, you ..

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Insect fat: what makes it so valuable for dogs and why we use it

As well as insect protein, which our Country and Natural Feast products contain, we use insect fat as an ingredient in some of our products. In this article, you will learn why we have opted to include insect fat in our food supplements for dogs such as Bellfor ZEComplete, as well as our Fitness Bar, and our Paw Protection products. Context: what insect fat contains Like other fats and oils, insect fat naturally contains almost exclusively fats. Saturated fats make up th..

15/11/2017 Views: 10584

Devil's claw for dogs

Devil's claw is a medicinal plant from Africa, from which the roots are used. These are dried, ground into powder and then processed into tablets or capsules, for example.Food supplements with devil's claw are not only produced for humans, but also for dogs. In the following, we will explain to you what effect they should have.Devil's claw in dogs: Fields of applicationDevil's claw was originally regarded as a natural remedy for digestive complaints, urinary tract diseases and loss of appetite. ..

14/02/2019 Views: 10536

Dog has a cold? What you can do

In winter it is cold and often wet. This is as much a problem for your dog as it is for you. It is therefore not surprising if your dog gets a cold. In this article we will explain the symptoms of the infection, how you can get your dog healthy again and what you can do to prevent it. That's why dogs catch cold There can be different reasons why your dog will catch a cold. Often the immune system of the four-legged friend is too weak to cope with the cold weather. If it is additionally still..

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The dachshund is a German dog breed which was originally bred for underground hunting of foxes and badgers. Other common names for the dachshund are dachshund (especially among hunters) and Dachshund. The FCI classifies this small dog breed in group 4. Characteristics of the Dachshund The life expectancy of the Dachshund is quite high. With a little luck, dog owners can enjoy their faithful companion for up to 15 years. The mos..

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The Mastiff is a large breed of dog, originating in Great Britain and managed by the FCI in Group 2. In fact, the Mastiff is one of the largest and heaviest breeds in the world. Nevertheless it is characterised by a high stimulus threshold and a reserved, friendly nature. Characteristics of the Mastiff The life expectancy of the Mastiff is about 10 to 12 years. Especially large and heavy animals often die earlier. With a size of 70 to 91 centimetres, the Mastiff weighs 70 to 100 kilograms. In ..

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Small Münsterländer: dog food and breed portrait

The Small Münsterländer is a medium sized dog from Germany. It is a classic hunting dog, which is appreciated by hunters mainly because of its versatility and reliability. Thanks to his friendly and balanced character, the Small Münsterländer, which is led by the FCI in Group 7, Section 1 (Continental Pointing Dogs), is also suitable as a family dog.History of the Small MünsterländerThe pure breeding of the Small Münsterländer was started approximately between the years 1902 and 1907. The forest..

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Glucosamine for the dog

Glucosamine is an amino sugar. It is a natural component of cartilage, connective tissue and synovial fluid in dogs (as well as humans). Use of glucosamine Glucosamine is used in various dietary supplements for dogs. The manufacturers promise positive effects for the joint health by the use of such a preparation above all. Glucosamine is intended to supply cartilage, tendons, ligaments and synovial fluid and help with mobility problems. There are both food supplements containing only glucosam..

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Greyhound racing: dog sport for special four-legged friends

Even though greyhounds have long conquered the hearts of many dog owners and are nowadays often kept as pure family dogs, greyhound races still enjoy great popularity. Because with this dog sport the fast four-legged friends can bring their strengths to bear thanks to the short racing distance optimally and satisfy their natural urge to move. In the following you will learn exactly how greyhound races take place, which different types of races there are and which prer..

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Whippet: dog food and breed portrait

The Whippet is a medium sized dog breed from Great Britain. The FCI lists the Whippet, which is sometimes also called Little English Sighthound, among the short-haired sighthounds in Group 10, Section 3. Today the Whippet is primarily a family and companion dog, whose owners appreciate his cuddly and cheerful nature.  History of the Whippet The whippet was already used for hunting rabbits in the 19th century. Members of the nobility and the military tried to set a unifo..

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Dog does not eat: possible causes of loss of appetite

It can happen again and again that a dog does not eat or at least significantly reduces the intake of food. If the loss of appetite is short-lived, there is usually no need to worry. However, if the quadruped refuses to eat for a longer period of time, this can become a serious danger for him. The reasons why your dog does not eat and how you can increase his appetite again are explained below. Possible reasons why a dog does not eat If a dog eats little or not at all, this can have compl..

28/10/2019 Views: 10204

How to prevent joint problems in sports dogs

Problems with ligaments, tendons and joints are not uncommon in dogs. As a dog owner, you should do everything you can to prevent chronic damage. Otherwise the mobility of your fur nose is strongly limited at the latest in the advanced age. Under certain circumstances even every movement can be associated with great pain. Sports dogs are particularly at riskIn addition to hereditary predisposition and overweight, it is above all excessive strain that damages the joints (and thus also l..

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