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Samoyed - Everything about the dog breed

Mar 30, 2024
Popularly known as the smiling sled dog, the Samoyed is a very intelligent, social and mischievous dog that demands love and attention as a

breed

of animal that moves in a pack, the Samoyed must learn and know from a very early stage who the alpha dog without a doubt. the alpha dog should be the owner. Are you considering buying a Samoyed? In this video you will learn

everything

about the

breed

based on eight topics so you can know if this dog is best for you number 1. origin the Samoyed took its name from the Inuit tribe of northern Siberia in Russia the nomadic tribe is called the Samoyedi people.
samoyed   everything about the dog breed
This tribe of people is known to be friendly and nomadic family groups. These people, being nomads, are accompanied by their dogs wherever they go. The dog is very important to them. As they are used to herding reindeer on poor sleighs loaded with goods and dogs also help the Samoyeds keep warm during their torrid Siberian winter as friendly animals, dogs were also used to care for children born to the Inuit and can be used to keep the family warm at night by taking them to their warm tents, which is traditionally known as grave number two. Personality The Samoyed is an alert, open, lively and very friendly dog.
samoyed   everything about the dog breed

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He is a shy and non-aggressive dog. and can be playful until old age, this culminated in having very slight hunting instincts and therefore, as a shy and non-aggressive dog, it cannot be used to protect or secure a property, but is a reflexively sensitive dog, as a sign of distinction, the dog has love. for all people and are exceptionally beautiful it also has unique characteristics such as intelligence gentleness loyalty adaptability alertness full of action desire to serve friendly but conservative number 3. appearance the Samoyed is a beautiful dog that has the orientation of staying with the family Samurai are double-coated dogs with white coats that do not smell except when they are sick.
samoyed   everything about the dog breed
Body size at shoulder height is up to 21 inches, which is 53 centimeters, and they weigh up to 65 pounds, which is 30 kilograms. Samoyeds have plenty. double coats, the longest one, which is outer, is rough, while the undercoat is soft, thick and woolly, they shed almost all the time, especially during the shedding season, this can be once or twice a year for keep healthy, they must be brushed daily, the head has a large wedge-shaped skull forming an equilateral triangle looking at the lines between the inner base of the ears and the central point where it ends they have a strong and well-muscled neck and a deep chest with ribs that bounce outward spine to allow proper movement of the shoulders and freedom of the front legs are flattened the eyes are almond-shaped with a lower eyelid and are usually dark with strong teeth the tail is usually moderately long the tailbone ends when The hock goes down the The Samoyed when it walks, trots but does not set the rhythm of the movement, it is fast and agile with a well-synchronized step.
samoyed   everything about the dog breed
Trainability number four as a pet. The Samoyed is wonderful to be a family pet. The Samoyed is a very intelligent dog, but it can be. very difficult to train, the breed takes time to get its own mind through training, they come out easily when training is repeated, but they learn tasks easily, therefore as a breed they need motivation more than correction and coerced force, This motivation will come in form. of reinforcement food and clicker training Most Samoyeds reject training that will make them obedient, but with the dividends of positive reinforcement during training, Samoyeds can become agility dogs, trainees should be careful as must impose their authority over them, the Samoyads can run the show.
If they discover that the handler is not in charge, time investment number five in caring for the Samoyed takes a long time, since the dog just wants to always be with the owner and travel together to all the places where the dog breed needs an enclosure Well fenced to run and play, but if the owner can make an effort to get exercise and provide a good bath, he will do well in an apartment. The dog needs regular grooming to ensure its coat remains healthy and free of fur. Coats require weekly and sometimes daily. Brushing those who have raised the Samoyed advise that the breed be stimulated with daily exercise and daily contact with people.
If you don't, the dog will become a shadow of itself and become depressed. These lapses can trigger the dog to act rebelliously. with the possibility of escape from yard number 6. The best home for a Samoyed is a well-fenced yard with a fence height of about six feet, so they should be kept with the family, as this breed of dog wants to be around people At all times, they are naturally born as diggers, so a garden enthusiast does not need to own a Samoyed unless the owner is willing to keep the dog in a separate area, Samoyeds are known to have a natural instinct with which they can make a bed for themselves.
The Samoyed should not be kept by someone who does not want dog hair sticking to their furniture and carpets, as well as by people who do not want their house to be rough and full of dog hair. A Samoyed must be full of humor, as the owner needs this character to cope with the dog's reciting attributes as a family pet. The breed is excellent with children. He loves to play with a great witty sense of humor. They make good therapy dogs and can be competitive in agility. Health number seven. The best way to protect your Samoyed from disease and infection is to keep it fit and healthy, but the common health challenges the breed faces is hip dysplasia.
The breed now has common infectious diseases. such as canine distemper, canine hepatitis, canine parvovirus, parainfluenza and bordetella, Australian Samoyeds are known to have eye problems, kidney problems and heart conditions being one of the diseases they struggle with, they also face the challenge of diabetes, but this is just one important event. in older dogs the Samoyed dog breed has a life expectancy of 12 to 14 years cost number eight having a Samoyed is not cheap but the price is reasonable for a dog that is purebred most Samoyeds cost between six hundred dollars and Fifteen hundred dollars is considered one of the most expensive dog breeds you can buy.
Certain factors affect the cost of a Samoyed. Samoyeds within eight to twelve weeks of age are more expensive as breeders will want to make big profits from the breed at this stage. The quality of the dog also affects the price. Some dogs are descendants of award-winning parents. Likewise, the color of the Samoyed can also affect its price. If the dog has been registered in clubs, the price will also increase. The average cost of feeding the Samoyed is between the ranges of three hundred dollars and five hundred dollars annually for this breed, vet bills can be very expensive as one might need to shell out around a thousand dollars to take care of all of the dog's medical needs.
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