8 retrievers, spaniels and water dogs
A directhaired retriever a fairly young breed of hunting dogs was bred in the 18th century in the UK. For a long time, it was this type of retrievers that was the most popular in the country. Later Golden-Retriever and Labrador appeared later, who took a leading position.
The ancestors of a direct retriever are now the extinct dog of St. John and various types of setter. Interestingly, the direct wool of the representatives of this breed has always been considered its business card.
A directhaired retriever is able to surprise any. It seems to get along in it two completely different dogs. On the one hand, these are hardworking, active and hardy hunters who have excellent instincts and are not afraid of water. At home in England, they are respectfully called the “dog of huntsmen”.
On the other hand, breeders note that a direct retriever never grows out of a puppy age. Funny, foolish and even in some way an infantile dog, at an advanced age, he will still have little pranks with the same pleasure. This should be prepared, because not all owners can endure the nature of the pet.
The responsive and smart, directhaired retriever easily assimilates new information and understands what the owner wants. Training representatives of this breed is quite simple. However, certain skills will still be needed, so the owner should have at least the minimum experience of dog training.
A directhaired retriever needs human society, he quickly gets used to the family and is ready to follow the owner everywhere. Loneliness negatively affects the character of the dog, it becomes nervous and uncontrollable.
With children, the Flet-Retriever quickly finds a common language. But if it is planned to purchase a puppy for a child, it is better to choose his relative golden retryver or labrador.
A directhaired retriever a sociable dog and sociable. If he was timely socialized, there will be no problems. The main thing is that the neighbor is not aggressive and chopped.
Fllet-Retriever has a medium-length wool. It requires weekly combing with a brush of medium stiffness. After each walk, it is advisable to inspect the dog, clean it of dirt.
It is also important to periodically clean the ears and eyes of the pet.
Conditions of detention
Fletterist is extremely active, he literally cannot sit still, especially at a young age. This dog needs at least 2-3 walks per day, totaling at least two hours. Moreover, this should be not just a calm promenade, but running, games and all kinds of physical exercises.