By Caroline Abbott
If you watch Channel 4’s Big Dog UK documentary on Thursday, July 1, you want a specialized fuchsia from yourself. But which race should you go for?
Entertainment program Seen by dog lovers, Houses with very large breeds of dogs. Great Dennis, Irish Wolfhounds, St. Bernard’s, Newfoundland, English Mastiffs and Perennial Sheppard.
So, after deciding what you want Despite the challenges, prefer a big dog to a small dog What do you have, how do you choose between the two?
According to Big Dog Britain, Newfoundland was raised in Canada to save people from the water because they are really powerful swimmers and the characteristics of this breed are their temperament. One owner says, “They have a sweet, gentle temperament. They are a very loving breed. Once they find you, they will kiss you a lot.”
It may or may not leave you, and you may live near a stream in which they would like to swim, but keep in mind that you will have to do a lot of cleaning when you get home later. The couple involved in the show also had to remove the slab from the roof.
The Big Dog was a Perennial Sheepdog named Boris in the UK, and its owner admitted that she spends £ 150 a week feeding him at one stage. But she was feeding him a flat steak – and giving her partner mince and potatoes – so your bill wouldn’t be so high.
Viewers also met a Brazilian couple who live in London with two great Danes, and we are told that the breed is from Germany and is about 50 inches long. They were raised to hunt wild boar. He was asked what is the point of sitting on your lap? Apparently “a little trouble.” But they are very decent dogs.
Big Dog There were ten Irish wolfhounds in a family in Britain – one of the longest breeds in the world, originally bred to hunt wolves. Be careful that you don’t make enemies in pubs if you get one of your own – family members admit that their dogs tend to pick other customers’ burgers from their plates.
St. Bernard has been described as “perhaps the most famous rescue dog in the world” because he is known for dragging people through avalanches with brandy jars around his neck.
And the English Mustaf is one of the heaviest dogs in the world. When playwrights are born, they are very weak. We learn, “A slight blow from the mother and you can lose the dog.” But they will grow until they reach the weight of an adult. And they will give you back 2,000.
Although it introduces you to some of the breeds you may not be familiar with, it is highly recommended that you do some in-depth research on the breed you want to make sure Home and lifestyle and dogs are all compatible.
Big Dog UK is available to watch on All 4: https://www.channel4.com/programmes/big-dog-britain