Beesting Border Collies

The ultimate, energetic, hard working, Collie dog.

 

Beesting Border Collies and Smooth Coat Chihuahuas

Border Collies

Border Collies belong to the working class of dogs and they are simply the best when it comes to herding.

Chihuahuas

Named  after the state in Mexico, it is the smallest of all breed and they are so small that you can carry them in your pocket. 

Sheepdog

As the name goes the belong to the herding class and is a large breed and that is largely found in the European region.

Description

Life Expectancy 10-14 years

The life-expectancy of most of the dogs are from 10 to 14 years and it is quite rare that dogs live beyond that.

Learning Rate High

The learning rate of the same for almost all the breeds. The performance of your dogs depends on the training given to it.

Living Environment

The environment in which the dog live plays a major role in the way it grows and behaves. Dogs need a lot of care and attention.

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THE TOP 5 MOST EXPENSIVE DOG BREEDS IN THE WORLD

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Dogs come in all shapes and sizes and in all sorts of colours. Some owners try to obtain the most expensive breeds of dogs either for their cuteness or their rarity. Let’s look at some breeds of dogs that will leave a dog-sized hole in your pocket.

  • Löwchens:

Their name can be translated to little lions from German and were a very popular breed with noblemen. This breed can be seen in many paintings from the renaissance period. But currently, they are extremely rare with only a few hundred new puppies a year from officially recognized kennels around the world. They are so called because they are usually groomed to like ‘little lions’ and these dogs cost around $10,000 because of its rarity.

  • Samoyed:

This is a breed of dogs that were specially bred to help in herding reindeer and pulling sledges for the Samoyedic peoples of Siberia and hence its name. They have a very fluffy white coat and are thought to be playful competitive, strong and alert. One can expect to pay around $8000 dollar for this breed.

  • Tibetan Mastiff:
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This breed of dogs was used by the nomads of India, China, Nepal and Tibet to protect their sheep from wild predators. These dogs are thought to be extremely protective and get very large in size; they weigh around 70kg and get almost a 1m tall. Usually, they cost around $7000-$1000, but there was one instance of a rare Tibetan Mastiff selling for $1.3 million in 2013.

  • Pharaoh Dog:

This breed is considered to be the national breed of Malta. It means rabbit dog in its native Maltese name which is Kelb tal-Fenek. As the name suggests it was used to hunt rabbits on the Maltese Islands. They are highly intelligent and have a rare trait in having their nose and ears blush when they are excited or happy. They are also known to be very stubborn and hard to train. Its royal look, great athleticism and high intelligence will fetch you $6500 for this dog, usually.

  • Rottweiler:

These are a large breed of dogs used in Germany used to herd cattle and livestock and pull carts filled with butchered meat to the markets. That is where its name comes from as well; from the German name Rottweiler Metzgerhund which meant ‘Rottweil butchers’ dogs’. Now, these dogs are used as search and rescue dogs, they are used by blind people as guide or companion dog because of their placid and calm nature with owners. They are also used as guard dogs by the police because of their high intelligence and intimidating look and bark. They grow to be as heavy as 60kg and almost 70cm tall. They usually cost around $6000.

Apart from these extravagant breeds of dogs, there are many more exotic breeds as well, that will rid you of quite a lot of money and can be seen more as an investment, as opposed to just a purchase.

TIPS FOR TAKING CARE OF YOUR DOG

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Owning a dog is not all fun and games, it is a huge responsibility that a lot of dog owners don’t seem to fully understand, which is why many dogs, bought with a lot of enthusiasm often do not end up getting the kind of care they need.
The biggest thing dog lovers need to understand before buying their own dog is that, if they buy one, they NEED to take care of it.
Here we have listed out a few tips that will allow you to take good care of your dog.


1: GET THEM CHECKED OUT BY A VET:

Ensure that your dog has been properly vaccinated and checked by a vet and make sure that you schedule regular appointments to the vet, especially if your dog seems ill. Vets can give you all the information required, regarding the health and happiness of your dog and the things you need to do to ensure that they continue remaining happy in the long run.

2: PROVIDE A CLEAN AND PROTECTED ENVIRONMENT: Make sure that you provide a clean and hygienic environment for your dog to live in because they are highly prone to infections. Further, ensure that all kinds of dangerous objects like knives are kept away from your animal. Ensure also, that your dog isn’t immediately put in contact with larger animals that can scare or harm them. In many ways, taking care of a dog is similar to caring for a child.

3: ALWAYS KEEP A TUB OF FRESH WATER AVAILABLE:
Ensure that you always keep fresh water at the ready, especially during summers because just like humans, dogs too need hydration to remain energetic and healthy.

4: PROPER DIET: Make sure that you follow all the dietary requirements prescribed by your vet when feeding your dog. Ensure that whatever food you give them contains all the nutrients required for them to remain healthy. Avoid overfeeding them, or giving them table scraps or old leftovers as treats.

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5: PROVIDE AMPLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXERCISE:
Dogs need play time to thrive. If you leave your dog chained, kennelled or confined to a house at all times, it can make them ill and unhappy. Ensure that you let them run around for a few hours, every day and also take them out occasionally, to parks or grounds, for they too need to break the monotony sometimes!

6: PROPER GROOMING:
Ensure that your dog is given regular baths to keep them clean and hygienic. Don’t overlook grooming and nail trimming a well, for untrimmed dogs can develop mats, and long nails make it difficult for them to run.

7: TEACH YOUR DOG TO RESPOND TO SIMPLE COMMANDS
Train your dog to respond to basic commands that discipline them and ensure their safety. Dogs let free all the time, can be a danger to themselves and others around them. Ensure that your dog recognises you as their owner, and obeys your instructions.

8: FINALLY, LOVE THEM 

Dogs love their owners, happily and unconditionally and they deserve to have this reciprocated. Make sure that you develop a relationship with your dog and dole out an ample amount of love and affection. Dogs are social creatures that need interaction to ensure that you spend quality time with them and communicate with them. This is essential to understand their needs and keeping them happy.

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