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Dog breeds of Great Britain

From Great Britain come a lot of dogs. I will talk about some of them.

Airedale Terrier. Airedale Terriers are now extinct black and tan terrier descendants. Country of origin - England. Airedale Terrier. Airedale Terriers are now extinct black and tan terrier descendants. Country of origin - England. This breed is bred in nineteenth century. Airedale Terrier. Airedale Terriers are now extinct black and tan terrier descendants. Country of origin - England. This breed is bred in nineteenth century. The intention is that these dog hunts otters and pests, and are still together and guard dogs. Airedale terrier is a well-built, muscular dogs with a thick coat, which is straight and snug to the body. Airedale terrier have all the inherent characteristics: friendliness, adaptability and courage. Because of the nature they are stubborn leaders, they need strong supervision, but, nevertheless, they are usually docile. In most cases they are not aggressive to other dogs, but is able to defend themselves if necessary.

Irish setters. This is one of the oldest breeds of hunting dogs. The Irish Setter was developed, the crossing of different varieties of spaniel, setter, pointer. The first was a brown and white feet shorter than the current dogs. The nineteenth century thanks to intense artificial selection was getting red-brown setter. Homeland, Ireland, once long ago, they were called red spaniel, and now sometimes called "red setter". This is a bold and resolute, proud and elegant dog. The constant character, lively and vibrant, passionate hunter. This dog loves everyone, so it is not the right guard.

Scottish setter. Scottish setter purposed year 1620, when they were known as the black and brownish yellow dogs. The breed name given 4th Duke of Gordon, who bred the breed in Scotland, in 1827. These are the only Scottish terrier hunting dogs were bred to hunt small birds. It is a gentle, good-natured dog who requires intensive tasks every day. They have a strong voluntarily, so from a young age they need firm obedience training. These dogs not are good guards dogs, because everyone are they friends.

Corgi. This is a small shepherds dogs come from Wales. Nowadays, they are two varieties - popular Pembroke Corgi and rarer Cardigan Corgi. In ancient times, Corgi cared for animals and nibbled their legs. Low height to prevent injuries from kicking cattle. They also guarded the host property, assisted hunting, looking after the children. Pembroke is very playful and loves human attention and is the custodian. They are very attached to their gang-like, so they can not grow apart from people. Cardigan is not as active dogs, but is persevering. They love long walks.

Shetland Sheepdog. This dog originates from the Shetland Islands, which are located in the north of Scotland. It is said that this breed resulted from the crossing of the Scottish Collie Greenland whalers "yak" breeds of dogs and SPIC. Other origin version of these associate dogs with the King Charles Spaniel. These dogs have an innate sense of loyalty. This dog will be a happy life for both private house and apartment, but with one condition - he must have a master of attention and care. These dogs are light in character - they are great with children, have a gentle character and is easily trained.

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