mchungaji wa Ujerumani na sloping nyuma kwamba alikuwa tuzo bora ya kuzaliana kuletwa mbwa show Crufts katika kwa bout ya mwaka huu wa kila mwaka wa upinzani. Watazamaji alichukua kijamii vyombo vya habari kumshtaki mmiliki wa ukatili kwa wanyama kwa kupendekeza kuwa sura yake ya kawaida maana mbwa lazima kuteseka matatizo ya afya kuletwa juu na inbreeding - kitu mmiliki alikanusha.
wamiliki wa mbwa wanaweza kutokubaliana, lakini mbali kama biolojia evolutionary ni wasiwasi, mbwa wote ni mbwa tu. Ni inaweza kuonekana isiyo ya kawaida kwamba Canis (lupus) familiaris hadi kutoka sungura ukubwa Chihuahuas kwa Mkuu Danes ambayo inaweza kuwa karibu na ukubwa wa GPPony ndogo, ambapo tofauti inaonekana ndogo sana mahali wanyama wengi katika aina tofauti au ndogo aina.
Kwa wengi wetu, kubatilisha ni kazi kuvumiliwa. Busy, kelele na mara nyingi yenye msongamano mkubwa, mifumo ya dunia chini ya ardhi usafiri ni maeneo ambayo sisi binadamu kuvumilia kama jambo la lazima. Lakini si hivyo kwa Moscow "mbwa Metro".
Can dogs tell when we are happy, sad or angry? As a dog owner, I feel confident not only that I can tell what kind of emotional state my pets are in, but also that they respond to my emotions. Yet as a hard-headed scientist, I try to take a more rational and pragmatic view. These personal observations seem more likely to result from my desire for a good relationship with my dogs.
Anyone who’s watched a cat throwing up after munching on grass knows that our feline friends aren’t natural plant eaters. So you might be surprised to discover that these carnivorous animals share some important genes that are more typically associated with herbivores. And this might help explain why cats aren’t always easy to please when it comes to food.
In the 1960s, I knew people who, before going on vacation, would take their dogs to a shelter to be euthanized. They reasoned that it was cheaper to have a dog euthanized – and buy a new one upon returning – than pay a kennel fee.
News of my communications with the horses had spread in the small Costa Rican community. The horsemen, the veterinarian, and the cabin retreat employees were all aware of it. Some had reacted with apprehension, suspicious of my abilities, while others were afraid that I might be reading zao minds, too.
I share the treasure I have received in communicating with horses so that other people may better understand their inner world, and the ways it can help us understand our own. And for those who ride or own horses, I tell this story as another way for you to learn to trust what you hear when your horse needs to speak.
Human speech is complex, communicating not only words but also tone, as well as information about the speaker such as their gender and identity. To what extent can a dog pick up on these different cues? In somo letu, we’ve found that your dog may understand more than he lets on.