Like other breeds, giant dogs have their pros and cons. As a rule, giant dogs are very gentle, affectionate, loyal and easily trained. However, caring for such a dog will cost the owner much more. In addition, the life expectancy of representatives of such breeds is significantly less than that of others (6-10 years against 12-15).
Despite the great popularity of “indoor” dog breeds, many people prefer to start giant dogs. Below are the most popular giant dog breeds on the planet. Continue reading
Singaporean cat (Singapore) is the smallest breed of cats, as well as an energetic companion who wants to help you with everything that you do. In 1991, the Singapore government recognized cats as a living national treasure.
Singapore have a unique light beige color, something like a cougar. The tail is of normal length, the legs are very small, the body is muscular. The eyes may be brown, green, or yellow, but mature eye color is not predictable in kittens. Continue reading