Articles, tagged with "selective breeding", page 1
25th March 2011
You must never ignore the Doberman health problems. There can possibly be more problems underlying it. Learn the top ten health problems that your Doberman may suffer from in this article.
Doberman health problems are commonly overlooked by some dog ow... Read >
11th February 2011
The blood parrot cichlid ought to not be puzzled with the parrot cichlid (Hoplarchus psittacus). Blood parrot cichlids have no binomial nomenclature (scientific designation) to identify them by. Nor do they have a natural habitat. Why, you may possibly as... Read >
Author: Terence Burton
03rd December 2010
Young children are very fond of soft toys in which they can easily recognize the animals they have first learned about - plush bunnies, stuffed pigs, and plush cows, for example. A plush cow is a terrific first-time stuffed animal for a child next to the ... Read >
Author: Angel H.
17th November 2010
What Determines the Cost of Koi?
Koi fish are one of the most graceful and intelligent fish in the world today. Being Japan's national fish, koi can be found in numerous varieties, each one competing with the other in beauty and grace.
Keeping them ... Read >
28th September 2010
Discovering the beauty of Koi Fish? You are bound to have been mesmerized pretty recently if you are a beginner when it comes to Koi. Read on and you'll discover what actually makes the Koi Fish so very special.
Being one of the most beautiful creat... Read >
04th December 2009
What is Hip Dysplasia?
One of the most common health problems that affect dogs is known as "Hip Dysplasia." Found in many different breeds with different levels of commonality, hip dysplasia can cause your dogs a great deal of pain, due to poor positio... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon
02nd March 2009
There cannot be many gardens, which do not have at least one rose amongst its list of plants, for few gardens would be complete without the beauty and fragrance of these splendid flowers. Blooming from spring until autumn, they have never lost their appea... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler
20th February 2009
The Saarloos Wolfhound is one of the rare dog breeds that over time has been addressed as the:• Saarloos Wolfhound• Dutch Wolfdog• European WolfdogThe Saarloos Wolfdog or Wolfhound was named after Dutch dog breeder Leendert Saarloos (1884-1... Read >
Author: Kayye Nynne
17th December 2008
All types of dogs, including your Akbash, can benefit from dog training. Jumping, aggression, and all types of obedience can be learned by your Akbash. Training courses and products are available at retail stores, while online dog training information can... Read >
Author: Mike Howell
14th November 2007
Sexual maturity is occurring at an earlier age in our domestic dogs because of selective breeding. Additionally, domestic bitches (except African breeds) have twice as many seasons as wild wolves. This article I discusses the physiology of pregnancy and f... Read >
27th March 2007
The breeding of Flowerhorns is a rather easy task. There are, though, a few preparations that need to be made prior to breeding. One of the most important things you can do is prepare ar new bare bottom tank to store the tiny fries once they are ready to ... Read >
05th January 2007
If you have a dog that has a bad habit of snapping at people, especially children, then you should first understand what this behavior means and why your dog may be doing it. Snapping is usually thought of as being a signal that dogs use to drive other do... Read >
Author: John Edwards
14th November 2006
When it comes to speaking about Dachshunds, the first thing you need to know is that their breed was especially meant for hunting badgers. The name of the breed originates in Germany, where the word "dachs" actually means "badger". These small dogs are th... Read >
Author: Dalvin Rumsey