A few tips on how, how many times a day and where to walk with a pug puppy or an adult dog will help you avoid possible mistakes in the issues of proper puppy raising and upbringing.
Increased activity (for example, overly long walks or running up and down stairs, jumping off sofas and other “extreme” actions for the puppy) can lead to problems with ligaments in the pug puppy. Continue reading
At the molecular level, the dog’s DNA is almost identical to wolf’s DNA: the difference is reflected in 0.2% of the mitochondrial DNA chain. On a scale of genetic material, this is a very small quantity. So, for example, differences between a wolf and a coyote are recorded in 4% mitochondrial DNA. It is also important to note that the wolf and the dog can give offspring capable of reproduction. This is perhaps the most striking illustration of how close they are. Continue reading