Corso dog – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 05:20:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Corso dog – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 “It changed the way we live”: The neighborhood where residents live in fear of two “vicious” dogs https://peet-corso.cz/it-changed-the-way-we-live-the-neighborhood-where-residents-live-in-fear-of-two-vicious-dogs/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 05:20:11 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/it-changed-the-way-we-live-the-neighborhood-where-residents-live-in-fear-of-two-vicious-dogs/ On a quiet residential street in south Manchester, neighbors have been horrified and traumatized following a series of violent dog attacks. Neighbors say they have been forced to change their lifestyle and be constantly on alert for two ‘big and angry’ Shar Pei dogs who are often left alone to roam Moss Side. The dogs, […]]]>

On a quiet residential street in south Manchester, neighbors have been horrified and traumatized following a series of violent dog attacks.

Neighbors say they have been forced to change their lifestyle and be constantly on alert for two ‘big and angry’ Shar Pei dogs who are often left alone to roam Moss Side.

The dogs, which often roam unattended around Platt Lane and surrounding streets, are believed to have killed at least four cats in the area and bitten at least one woman – and given their proximity to a primary school, neighbors are terrified of what could come Next.

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“It’s pretty barbaric,” said Stephanie*, who saw neighbor Leah’s cat Burnie killed by the dogs on May 26. Manchester Evening News .

“We heard a hubbub and ran outside. My daughter was in front of me and she yelled mom, they’ve got the cat! We ran, and they had the cat between them, one had one end and the other had the other end, and they were just playing with it.

“It was horrible”.



Leah had the cat Burnie for 15 years

Leah learned of Burnie’s fate after Stephanie knocked on her door and told her what she had witnessed. She had only let him out for five minutes before he was attacked.

“It all happened so fast,” she said. “I’ve had Burnie for 15 years, he’s been with me every day except when I’m on vacation. It’s really awful, an awful way to die.

She reported the incident to Greater Manchester Police (GMP), who declined to comment on the death of a cat, but said the report had been passed on to their neighborhood team.

However, the RSPCA argues that dangerous dog law enforcement is the responsibility of the police, calling the incident ‘dethroning’ and saying: ‘Dog owners have a responsibility to ensure that their dogs are under appropriate control at all times”.



The incidents took place on and around Platt Lane in Moss Side

Heartbroken and angry, Leah began telling her neighbors about the incident – and found she wasn’t alone. She thinks another cat was killed by the same dogs the same night as Burnie and a woman attacked the next morning.

The group are now working together to try and raise awareness among the dogs – including at the local primary school up the road from where they believe the owner lives.

“It’s an accident waiting,” commented Stella*, another neighbor involved in a charity called Rescue Kitties. “They [the police] knows who he is, but nothing is done about it.

And Stephanie, who owns two cats herself, said their attacks had changed the way she and her family lived.

“It sounds really stupid, but it changed our way of life,” she told MEN. “A few weekends ago over Jubilee weekend we were out and my daughter was so upset that the cats could go out and something could happen. we had to come home to bring back cats and lock them inside.



Shar Pei are Chinese fighting dogs

“It’s frustrating because these dogs are angry. They are vicious. It has changed the way many of us live because we all bring our cats in late at night.

The group reported the dogs to their local councilor Mahadi Sharif Mahamed, who said he contacted GMP about the matter.

Stephanie thinks the dogs have been in the neighborhood for about two years – but nothing has been done about them.

“The dogs are well known to various neighbors,” she said. “If nothing else, it’s antisocial if the whole neighborhood is scared of your dogs.

“I just think it’s only a matter of time before more people get bitten.”

An RSPCA spokesman said: ‘This looks like a very distressing incident and the owner of the cat involved must be terribly upset.

“Dog owners have a responsibility to ensure their dogs are under proper control at all times.

“It is therefore essential that owners understand the circumstances that may cause their dog to be aggressive as well as the signs of potentially aggressive behavior in their dog so that they can take steps to prevent incidents from occurring. Leashing dogs in appropriate places can also reduce the risk of incidents.

“We urge anyone concerned about their dog’s behavior to seek advice from their veterinarian, who can refer them to a suitably qualified clinical animal behaviorist.

“If your pet is attacked by another dog, we advise you to report it to the police.”

*Names have been changed to protect identities

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15 dogs at Maxi’s Mates who need new homes https://peet-corso.cz/15-dogs-at-maxis-mates-who-need-new-homes/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 09:30:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/15-dogs-at-maxis-mates-who-need-new-homes/ A dog rescue center is encouraging people to rethink having a bigger pet as adoptions stall. Maxi’s Mates in Dunsdale, which is a registered center for retired greyhounds, is nearly full. Administrator Jane Galliford said that although there is a demand for smaller dogs, the number of people showing up to adopt larger ones has […]]]>

A dog rescue center is encouraging people to rethink having a bigger pet as adoptions stall.

Maxi’s Mates in Dunsdale, which is a registered center for retired greyhounds, is nearly full.

Administrator Jane Galliford said that although there is a demand for smaller dogs, the number of people showing up to adopt larger ones has declined.

Jane, who set up Maxi’s Mates in 2012 alongside Michelle Cooper to breed, encourages anyone considering adopting a dog to reconsider which breeds they will consider small dogs remain popular.

Read more: North East dog rescue charity warns it’s nearly full as adoptions ‘stalled’

She said: ‘When we have a small dog we can usually rehom him. But the kennels are full because the medium and large dogs are forgotten. They are not relocated. Stray dogs are not claimed. We have long lists of dogs waiting to enter.

“We want people to reconsider what type of dog is right for them and think about other breeds.

“A rescue dog is a rescue dog and that is rewarding. Sometimes people want little dogs, but they can be very energetic and hyperactive. Walking with a lovely, graceful greyhound by your side is a pleasure. They are such beautiful dogs and they sleep most of the day.

Here are some of the dogs that need new homes.

Lily

Lily

Lily, a female greyhound is looking for her first real home after retiring from Greyhound Racing.

She is about 1.5 years old and has always lived in kennels, so some understanding of the transition from one to a foster is necessary.

Described as an “adorable and sweet dog”, she needs a loving home.

Jane thinks she is suitable for most homes and is ideal with children. She is good with dogs of a similar breed but not with small dogs, cats or small furry animals.

It is suitable for most people to walk. She does not pull, does not react to other dogs and is very calm.

Charly

Echo of the North: Charlie Charly

Charlie is a six-year-old boy who is looking for another home through no fault of his own.

Described as friendly, good with other dogs and ok with a family with older children, he is good at walks and can jump quite high.

He also has a lot of energy, so he will need someone who can give him plenty of exercise, walks and play in the garden.

Tilly

Echo of the North: TillyTilly

Tilly is a bully/corso cross woman looking for a new home.

She is about four years old. She is said to be good with older children, but should be the only pet in the house.

Tilly loves to play with her toys and she is adorable at home. However, she is very strong, so she will need someone who can walk her around.

Batsy

Echo of the North: BatsyBatsy

Batsy is a male greyhound looking for his first real home after retiring from racing.

He is about 4 years old and has always lived in kennels, so some understanding of the transition from one to a foster is needed.

Described as “lovely and sweet”, he needs a loving home and could live in a family with children.

He must be the only pet in the house. He is good with other dogs of a similar breed but would not be good with small dogs, cats or small furry animals.

It is suitable for most people to walk. He is a little stronger than the females to walk but still walks well with you. He may react to other dogs when he walks if they get too close.

benny

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Benny is a male Patterdale found wandering around Danby’s Beacon on May 18.

He is three years old and not good with other dogs, so he has to live in a pet-free home.

It will be okay with older children.

Bailey

Echo of the North: Bailey Bailey

Bailey arrived as a stray found in Grangetown on May 18.

The male German Shepherd is 10 years old but still enjoys playing with a ball in the paddock.

He is not good with other dogs and must live in a home without pets and without children.

He is strong on a leash and pulls so he needs someone to handle him.

Sequins

Echo of the North: Sequins Sequins

Spangles is a male greyhound looking for his first real home after retiring from racing.

He is about three years old and has always lived in kennels, so some understanding of the transition from one to a foster is necessary.

He needs a loving home and is suitable for a family with children.

Described as “adorable and kind”, he is good with other dogs of a similar breed but he is not said to be good with small dogs, cats or small furry animals.

It is suitable for most people to walk. He is a little stronger than the females to walk but still walks well with you. He does not react to other dogs when he walks.

Lola

Echo of the North: Lola Lola

Lola is a female greyhound looking for her first real home after retiring from racing.

She is about two and a half years old and has always lived in kennels, so some understanding of the transition from one to a foster is necessary.

He is an adorable and gentle dog that is suitable for most homes, especially ones that have a garden for her to play in.

She would be ideal with children and is good with other dogs of the same breed but she would not be good with small dogs, cats or small furry animals.

She is suitable for most people but she can be reluctant to walk. She prefers the paddocks where after running a bit, she can snuggle up to you on the bench.

Bull

Echo of the North: Taurus Bull

Bull is five years old and looking for his first real home after retiring from racing.

He has always lived in kennels, so some understanding of the transition from one to a foster is necessary.

He is suitable for a family with children but must be the only pet in the house, as he does not like to share his bed with another dog.

He is good with other dogs of a similar breed when he walks, but he would not be good with small dogs, cats or small furry animals.

It is suitable for most people to walk. He is a little stronger than the females to walk but still walks well with you. He does not react to other dogs when he walks.

tigger

Echo of the North: Tiggertigger

Tigger is six years old and needs a new home.

She is good with some dogs, but not with cats or furry ones.

Tigger needs a quieter home without children and much prefers women to men.

She will make a fabulous companion for the right person.

george

The Echo of the North: Georgegeorge

George, a male lurcher, was found wandering in Normanby in April.

He seems good with other dogs and adorable with people.

Be a

The echo of the North: Bea Be a

Béa, a two-year-old girl, is looking for a new home.

Described as a “lovely girl”, she has just retired from racing and some understanding is needed as she adjusts to a home environment as she has always lived in kennels.

She is good with other dogs, children but not with cats or small hairs.

Trigger

Echo of the North: TriggerTrigger

Trigger, a male lurcher, arrived as a stray found in Grangetown in January.

He’s microchipped and that’s his real name, although the address isn’t up to date.

Trigger is very strong on a leash and needs a home without other pets or small children.

Poppy

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Poppy is nine years old and needs an understanding and loving home as she has additional needs. She is blind and appears to be deaf as well.

She would be ideal with someone who is home most of the time and can give her the extra attention she needs.

It is said that she is good with other dogs but has never lived with them. She would be better off in a home without children and animals.

She has a very calm character

Monty

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Monty is looking for a new home because his landlord has sadly passed away.

  • Anyone interested in adopting a dog will need to undergo a home check.
  • Anyone who has gone through the home screening process and has a suitable dog will be invited to the kennel by appointment only.
  • You can text your details to Maxi’s Mates on 07507104636.

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Dogs with fearsome biting power: These are the 11 adorable dog breeds with the strongest bite – including the mighty Rottweiler 🐶 https://peet-corso.cz/dogs-with-fearsome-biting-power-these-are-the-11-adorable-dog-breeds-with-the-strongest-bite-including-the-mighty-rottweiler-%f0%9f%90%b6/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 13:10:17 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/dogs-with-fearsome-biting-power-these-are-the-11-adorable-dog-breeds-with-the-strongest-bite-including-the-mighty-rottweiler-%f0%9f%90%b6/ If you’ve been thinking about getting a new dog then you are not alone – Dog club figures show that the number of people looking for puppies has increased by around 8% since the start of the global pandemic. But with 221 different breeds of purebred dogs to choose from, there’s a lot of thought […]]]>

If you’ve been thinking about getting a new dog then you are not alone – Dog club figures show that the number of people looking for puppies has increased by around 8% since the start of the global pandemic.

But with 221 different breeds of purebred dogs to choose from, there’s a lot of thought to be done before deciding on the latest four-legged addition to your family – whether you want a big dog, family dogWhere cross.

There’s even academic guidance to seek out, with psychologist Stanley Coren’s book “The Intelligence of Dogs” ranking breeds by instinct, obedience and adaptability.

Different dog breeds also tend to have very different physical attributes and strengths, including the strength of their bite – a measure that has been studied by scientists.

Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean that these breeds will be more likely to bite – and the strength of individual dogs will vary widely – just that you have to be very careful to train these dogs properly as they have the potential to cause serious problems. harm.

So here are the breeds that research has shown to have the strongest bites, in pressure per square inch (psi). For reference, the average human bite is around 162 psi.

For the purposes of this article, we only use breeds recognized by the UK Kennel Club, which means that breeds such as the Cane Corso (700 psi), Dogo Canario (540 psi) and Dogo Argentino (500 psi ) are not included.

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Chris Carson talks Seahawks offseason, plus new teammate Noah Fant https://peet-corso.cz/chris-carson-talks-seahawks-offseason-plus-new-teammate-noah-fant/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 19:37:57 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/chris-carson-talks-seahawks-offseason-plus-new-teammate-noah-fant/ Field Gulls had the opportunity to interview Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson, hosted by our very own Brandan Schulze alongside Clinton Bonner. The full interview will be available on our regular Field Gulls podcast, but here’s an immediate reaction to what we discussed. The question everyone wants to know is if we will even […]]]>

Field Gulls had the opportunity to interview Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson, hosted by our very own Brandan Schulze alongside Clinton Bonner. The full interview will be available on our regular Field Gulls podcast, but here’s an immediate reaction to what we discussed.

The question everyone wants to know is if we will even see Carson on the pitch this year. Pete Carroll has indicated a few things over the past few days, and unfortunately we’ll still have to wait and see. Carson said he “takes his time and tries to have a good body. I know there are a lot of reports out there.

We were never going to find out about his neck injury.

You may have seen Carson talk about your Cane Corso Seahawks social media post last month, and he was thrilled to talk about his dog Sosa.

“I love dogs. A Corso is an Italian Mastiff, he weighs 130-150 pounds, but he’s super gentle. They’re gentle giants. I fell in love when I saw my first one in Seattle.

We also asked about the team’s new look, specifically Russell Wilson and the rest of the departures. The answer here was interesting.

“Everyone is young. They come to try to learn, to try to improve. And it’s starting to show. It’s still early, what you see until you put pads on. But everything is going in the right direction. »

Take what you want from the concept that everything is going in the right direction. It could just be young players going to train and learn things. But that’s a less likely option in my mind than an overall squad indication. I’d be curious if it’s just this offseason or a deeper reference to some of the sub-optimal communications, friction, and philosophy that’s been leaking for the past few years.

This summer, the team had a chance to breathe after pressing the full restart button with the trade and huge free agent departures. Or it could be a simple acknowledgment of things like when Seattle’s top three organization leaders released official statements that Russell Wilson wanted something different from the team’s current trajectory. With so few veterans remaining, it’s inevitable that this year’s camp will be newer, hungrier, different.

Clinton asked Carson about his favorite game or game. You might think of the flip against the Carolina Panthers, but no, he was most proud of razing a double team against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Beyond that, he said the team’s trip to London to face the Oakland Raiders was one of the highlights of his career. He said it’s a way to bond with his teammates like no other experience.

And then, at the end of the day, this interview was arranged with the USAA, and as part of the deal, Chris Carson showed tight end Noah Fant around Seattle. So we asked about Fant as a new teammate:

“He’s crazy athletic. Noah likes to work, he’s going to keep improving. He’s someone who likes to study. He’s a good guy.

As the top pick of players who came to the Seahawks in the trade, Fant was already a noted tight end early in his career, and I’m sure Pete Carroll had his eye on his drive and work ethic.

Carson didn’t reveal his secret favorite spots that he showed Fant, but did agree that the Pike Place fish throw is very cool.

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Mama’s House Vintage, based in Janesville, creates specialized dog cages that double as decoration https://peet-corso.cz/mamas-house-vintage-based-in-janesville-creates-specialized-dog-cages-that-double-as-decoration/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 13:51:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/mamas-house-vintage-based-in-janesville-creates-specialized-dog-cages-that-double-as-decoration/ Every dog ​​deserves a good home. For Madeline Wilson, owner of Mama’s House Vintage in Janesville, it has a double meaning. Wilson makes specialized dog crates that double as decorations, helping to make the “home” even more welcoming for pets and their owners. In recent years, many have discovered the comfort of canine companionship. According […]]]>

Every dog ​​deserves a good home. For Madeline Wilson, owner of Mama’s House Vintage in Janesville, it has a double meaning.

Wilson makes specialized dog crates that double as decorations, helping to make the “home” even more welcoming for pets and their owners.

In recent years, many have discovered the comfort of canine companionship. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 23 million American households added a pet to the family during the pandemic. The American Pet Products Association reported that 70% of US households owned a pet in 2020, an all-time high. Many have taken in “pandemic puppies” and, with a little help from people like Wilson, owners have gotten creative with making room in the home for their new additions.

The inspiration for Wilson’s house crates came not so much from the recent increase in pet ownership, but from an idea her husband had had.

“My husband approached me saying he wanted to build something for my furniture business,” says Wilson. “He had been researching the things that small carpentry companies make, and it turns out that several were making crates and dog kennels. It was a unique idea and not something that many people did.

Originally, Mama’s House Vintage specialized in upcycled furniture with a worn, rustic look, found in flea markets. But due to the high demand for custom dog crates, Mama’s House Vintage now makes more items for dogs than for humans.

Cricket lying in a crate (Photo by Youa Awasthi)

Crates are designed to be used as tables or counters and some include built-in shelves to hold decorations or dog accessories. Wilson collaborated with a client, Linda Nunley, on a custom creation.

“We have our entertainment center and kids’ play system attached to this room,” Nunley says. The crate is used for the goldendoodle Bacon service dog “when we know we’ll be away longer during the day,” she says.

Design meets function in Wilson Cases. Many dogs are crate trained when left home alone. “Bacon tends to be a counter-surfer and tries to trash himself,” Nunley says, adding that she had Wilson make the custom crate roughly the same size as the kennel the dog is in. was used to.

“Our crate was specially designed for our cane corso puppy, Xena, who adores her,” says JennieLynn Rude, another Wilson customer. “It’s his safe space. We trained her to go to her room and she happily trots towards her crate when asked. There is a large comfortable bed, blankets and all the toys a pup could want.

Quick tip for crate training
Contrary to popular belief, many dogs don’t instinctively feel comfortable in crates, says Carla Dusel, operations and behavior consultant for Central Bark, a franchise originally founded in Milwaukee.

“Helping dogs feel comfortable in confinement can be a big undertaking, but it’s an important life skill to start developing in dogs of all ages. If we start at home, we can begin to build a powerful reinforcement story that can help our dogs feel more comfortable in other situations. [like the vet clinic]where containment may be necessary for their health and safety.

To train your dog to accept and even love his crate, Dusel suggests helping him associate his crate with good things. “Try pairing your dog’s crate with daily meals, enrichment toys that can be filled with food, puzzle toys, or long-term chews like bully sticks or beef bones,” she says.

Michelle Mastro is a freelance home and lifestyle writer.

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Dog dies in owner’s arms after choking on ball bought from Pets at Home https://peet-corso.cz/dog-dies-in-owners-arms-after-choking-on-ball-bought-from-pets-at-home/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 11:47:47 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/dog-dies-in-owners-arms-after-choking-on-ball-bought-from-pets-at-home/ Giulia Brown, from Guildford, Surrey, has warned pet owners after her English bull terrier choked to death on a Sportspet ball bought from Pets at Home Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Bull Terrier plays with a ball purchased from Pets at Home A woman’s beloved dog died […]]]>

Giulia Brown, from Guildford, Surrey, has warned pet owners after her English bull terrier choked to death on a Sportspet ball bought from Pets at Home

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A woman’s beloved dog died in her arms after choking on a rubber ball purchased from Pets at Home, she claims.

Giulia Brown had breakfast while her English bull terrier played with the Sportspet toy last month.

The 37-year-old, from Guildford, Surrey, said eight-year-old dog Elmo somehow swallowed the ‘bouncing’ £3 ball and began to choke.

She described how she walked into the living room to find him groping the wall as he silently choked.

Giulia screamed for her husband as she frantically tried to get the bullet out of Elmo’s throat.

But it was too difficult to squeeze and get a first grip due to the dog’s saliva.

The couple then loaded the 26kg Elmo into the car and raced to the vets, a two-minute drive from their home.

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But vets couldn’t save him and just minutes after swallowing the ball, the dog died.

Giulia said she was so traumatized by the May 28 loss that she refused to go home for three days and is even considering selling her car as it reminds her of what happened.

Abby, the couple’s other English Bull Terrier, who turned one the day before Elmo died, now constantly searches the house for her companion.

She stopped playing at all, said Giulia, who warned other pet owners of the potential dangers of the balls.







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Elmo’s death came weeks after Cane Corso puppy Donnie also choked on the same type of product.

Pets at Home removed the ball from its shelves as a precaution while it investigates, the company said.

Giulia said: “Elmo had the ball for just under a year. It was his favorite, he was absolutely obsessed with it.

“He was playing with his sister Abby with all her other toys, but that was the one toy he didn’t share. The ball was green.

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“He didn’t deserve to go this way.”

Describing the incident, she went on to say, “It was horrible seeing him like this and my husband screaming and crying ‘he’s dying, he’s dying’, it was chaotic.

“It was like watching a member of our family die in front of us. We loved it.

“We don’t have any children of our own, it was our baby and we couldn’t help it.”

She added: “Abby is just a puppy and has been looking for it, and now she’s not playing.

“Every morning they used to play tug of war and now she doesn’t even ask for it, she sleeps all the time. It’s even sadder to see her so sad.”

Giulia said the vets explained to her that the way to get this kind of toy out was to hit the dog’s throat.

She said they added that normally it would take two experienced vets to perform the maneuver correctly, but it was too late for Elmo.

Giulia estimates that it only took her six minutes to choke.

She said her only hope was if a vet was in the room with him when he swallowed the bullet.

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A Pets at Home spokesperson said: “The safety and welfare of pets is our top priority and we were devastated to learn of Elmo’s loss.

“We have removed this product from sale as a precaution while we conduct our own internal investigation and support Sportspet in their investigation to understand what may have happened.

“We’ve also made additional guidance available to customers on the importance of choosing the right ball size and shape for their dog, as well as guidance on supervision and play recommendations.

“Our thoughts are with Mr and Mrs Brown at this incredibly difficult time and we will stay in touch with them to provide updates on the results of the investigations.”

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Tyson Fury spends up to £20,000 on Rottweiler guard dog as boxer tightens security https://peet-corso.cz/tyson-fury-spends-up-to-20000-on-rottweiler-guard-dog-as-boxer-tightens-security/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 14:33:34 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/tyson-fury-spends-up-to-20000-on-rottweiler-guard-dog-as-boxer-tightens-security/ Fury enlisted the services of London-based dog trainer Elite Protection Dogs, bringing a Rottweiler to guard his family home in Morecambe. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Tyson Fury runs in Morecambe Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has spent around £20,000 on a guard dog to protect his family […]]]>

Fury enlisted the services of London-based dog trainer Elite Protection Dogs, bringing a Rottweiler to guard his family home in Morecambe.

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Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has spent around £20,000 on a guard dog to protect his family and their home.

Fury, 33, is using some of the money he earned from his £25m salary for knocking out Dillian Whyte in April to protect his home. Fury has enlisted the services of Elite Protection Dogs, a London-based dealer who sells “exclusive dogs for exclusive people”.

‘The Gypsy King’ has joined football stars Ashley Cole and Jack Grealish to add a watchdog to their family. Several athletes such as Cole, Reece James and Mark Cavendish have all recently had their homes broken into by thieves. It’s unclear how much Fury spent on the watchdog, but the company lists a range of dogs that have been sold for at least £20,000.

The company champions herding breeds as guard dogs, but also offers Doberman and Cane Corso breeds for sale. A description of the dogs’ backgrounds provided on the company’s website reads, “All of our puppies come from military and law enforcement backgrounds with generations of experience.”

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Dogs are trained from the age of three months to protect homes and react to intruders. They are also taught to refuse food from strangers. “From the age of 12 weeks, we begin training our dogs, seven days a week, with the best canine specialists and cynologists our company has to offer,” the description continues.

“They receive minimal correction in order to prevent negative psychological effects and encourage their instincts. At the end of the day, they return to our loving families, employed to give them the balance between work and affection which they need. It allows them to grow with exposure to a family lifestyle and put their training into practice.”







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Fury and his wife Paris moved into a new £1.7million home in Morecambe last year with their three daughters and three sons. The heavyweight champion also recently showed off his £300,000 Rolls Royce as he continues to enjoy retired life. He shared an Instagram reel with his 5.7 million followers showing the new Rolls-Royce Cullinan, with the song by Rock Ross Hustlin’ play on the clip.

Fury continued with his normal boxing training despite promising he would never step foot in the ring again, leading some fans to question the legitimacy of his retirement. The Briton said he would only fight for exhibition contests again, teasing one with UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.

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Dog Bite Force: Here are the 11 adorable dog breeds that have the strongest bite – including the mighty Rottweiler https://peet-corso.cz/dog-bite-force-here-are-the-11-adorable-dog-breeds-that-have-the-strongest-bite-including-the-mighty-rottweiler/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 13:30:10 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/dog-bite-force-here-are-the-11-adorable-dog-breeds-that-have-the-strongest-bite-including-the-mighty-rottweiler/ If you’ve been thinking about getting a new dog then you are not alone – Dog club figures show that the number of people looking for puppies has increased by around 8% since the start of the global pandemic. But with 221 different breeds of purebred dogs to choose from, there’s a lot of thought […]]]>

If you’ve been thinking about getting a new dog then you are not alone – Dog club figures show that the number of people looking for puppies has increased by around 8% since the start of the global pandemic.

But with 221 different breeds of purebred dogs to choose from, there’s a lot of thought to be done before deciding on the latest four-legged addition to your family – whether you want a big dog, family dogWhere cross.

There’s even academic guidance to seek out, with psychologist Stanley Coren’s book “The Intelligence of Dogs” ranking breeds by instinct, obedience and adaptability.

Different dog breeds also tend to have very different physical attributes and strengths, including the strength of their bite – a measure that has been studied by scientists.

Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean that these breeds will be more likely to bite – and each dog’s strength will vary greatly – just that you need to be very careful to train these dogs properly as they have the potential to cause serious problems. harm.

So here are the breeds that research has shown to have the strongest bites, in pressure per square inch (psi). For reference, the average human bite is around 162 psi.

For the purposes of this article, we only use breeds recognized by the UK Kennel Club, which means that breeds such as the Cane Corso (700 psi), Dogo Canario (540 psi) and Dogo Argentino (500 psi ) are not included.

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Four burning questions for the 2022 offseason https://peet-corso.cz/four-burning-questions-for-the-2022-offseason/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 16:11:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/four-burning-questions-for-the-2022-offseason/ So how much change can we expect in the Nashville Predators roster once we get through the offseason and get into the 2022-23 season? We’re talking about a Nashville Predators team that has consistently fallen short of playoff expectations for the past five years. Despite overperforming in the regular season, the frustration of not succeeding […]]]>

So how much change can we expect in the Nashville Predators roster once we get through the offseason and get into the 2022-23 season?

We’re talking about a Nashville Predators team that has consistently fallen short of playoff expectations for the past five years. Despite overperforming in the regular season, the frustration of not succeeding in the playoffs plagues this organization.

Watching the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs and the plethora of offensive skills and talents made it clear that the Predators still have a long way to go before competing with the creme de la creme, like the Colorado Avalanche and the Lightning. from Tampa Bay.

That being said, the Nashville Predators have an opportunity over the next two months to significantly improve this roster and build on the success they’ve had in the regular season, as there’s no denying they’ve topped what many thought they would do in October 2021.

Question #1: How will the Nashville Predators approach the Free Agency?

Will Predators general manager David Poile decide to be aggressive in free agency and seek out a high-end offensive player to complement what he already has?

As great as it was to see offensive career years from Matt Duchene, Philippe Forsberg, Romain Josi and even Ryan Johansenit’s clearly not enough to go further in the playoffs and beat teams like Tampa, Colorado, Edmonton and a few others.

If the end goal is still to compete for a Stanley Cup, then Poile has his work cut out for him this summer. But alas, the free agency market gives the front office a chance to make a major upgrade with just one pen signing on a shiny new contract.

Predlines contributor Clayton Garnier covered his list of the top five free agents the Predators can possibly pursue, and it piqued my interest.

off his list, Ondrej Palat would probably be the biggest splash. A proven veteran who has become a consistent 40+ point scorer, but the downside is he’s heading towards the end of his career at 30. It will also be very expensive and prevent the front office from making any more additions, assuming they also re-sign Forsberg.

The Predators will have the funds to make a major upgrade to their top six from the outside, but it doesn’t come without risk and takes away a spot from a young player you might want up there. Tough call for Poile.

Question #2: Which prospects will have a new opportunity in the NHL in 22-23′?

Last season we could see Philippe Tomasino made his much-anticipated NHL debut, and he stayed all season playing 76 games and three playoff games.

Tomasino, in a minor role for much of the year with around 11:30 of average ice time, delivered promising results with 32 points, and a very impressive Corsi-for of 54.5% in all situations. .

So who’s the next young player to step into the Predators’ daily roster and stick around? Cody glass is the most likely next man after working a full season in the AHL and playing extremely well for a strong Milwaukee Admirals team.

Glass should be expected to be in the starting lineup on next season’s opening night and hopefully can have a moderate impact on the scoring depth that this team lacks.

Connor Ingram probably won’t be a prospect once he becomes Juuse Saros‘ full-time backup in 2022-23. It will be fun to see him finally get a full season of NHL work behind Saros.

Other than those two obvious things, the Predators don’t have much room for newcomers to join the prospect ranks. Unless we see some trades or the Predators do surprisingly nothing in free agency, it might be hard to see any prospects entering the NHL roster unless a wave of injuries occurs.

Question #3: What’s plan B if Forsberg doesn’t re-sign?

You need to plan for the worst case now if you’re Poile and Forsberg doesn’t re-sign. First, it will result in a major misstep by Poile if he loses Forsberg without getting anything in return, who is on the table as an unrestricted free agent.

I have to think Poile has gauged Forsberg’s desire to stay long-term in Nashville and that he’ll get a deal done eventually. But boy oh boy are we playing with fire here.

So what is ‘Plan B’ if Forsberg takes his talents elsewhere? Well, a reconstruction is suddenly a reality.

Even if the Predators have extra money to spend aggressively on free agents and sign a big player or two to replace Forsberg, it would still be a blow to hopes for improvement next season.

According to CapFriendly, the Nashville Predators have the ninth most projected cap space entering in June with approximately $24.4 million of space. So if Poile wants to be aggressive, he can definitely do that.

However, my backup plan for the Predators if Forsberg does not return is to sign promising young players in free agency, avoid expensive and aging veterans who could make matters worse, and live with the fact that it is time. to push the reset and think about building a strong, youthful foundation.

Some would say they should have taken that approach in the 2019 first-round loss to the Dallas Stars. Either way, losing Forsberg will leave Poile with very little room to do anything other than accept a rebuild.

Question #4: Do we trust that Johansen and Duchene are now long-term answers?

Let’s start with Duchene and his extremely impressive season. His most productive season of his 13-year NHL career, which is pretty incredible at 31.

So are we ready to trust Duchene and forgive the $8M contract Poile offered him in the summer of 2019? I mean yes, but I still have my reservations that last season will create unrealistic optimism that he will do it again.

That’s not to say Duchene won’t have another solid year and won’t be an important part of this team for years to come, but let’s also temper expectations that he’ll rack up another 80 points in 2022-23.

As for Johansen, he flew under the radar a bit while still managing to set a new personal goalscoring record while with the Predators. He scored 26 goals, which is his second-highest in his NHL career since 2014-15.

Johansen is a major x-factor for what the Predators accomplish going forward and whether they continue to avoid rebuilding to keep their playoff streak alive. But the organization must also find him more effective teammates.

I really support the idea of ​​having Johansen and Tomasino on a line together on a cohesive basis. Their games complement each other well, and it would be very beneficial for Tomasino’s offensive growth to play with an effective puck distributor like Johansen.

Duchene and Johansen aren’t going anywhere unless Poile finally decides to throw in the towel on the rebuild, which he says won’t happen. In fact, he more or less said that all teams constantly rebuild to some degree.

First perspectives on next season

Until we answer the question of what’s going on with Forsberg and what the Predators are doing in free agency, it’s hard to know what this team will look like in October.

The Nashville Predators are at a distinct crossroads and Poile has the daunting task of choosing the right path.

I can see a scenario where the Predators pull out all the stops to improve on this roster and have another respectable regular season to continue their postseason streak, but until they show they can actually compete with a high-level competition in the playoffs, I will remain impressed with the success of the regular season.

Just an early prospect here on the first day of June during the offseason, the Nashville Predators will enter the regular season as a mid-pack team in many people’s eyes, but far from a legitimate threat to the best dogs in the Western Conference.

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15 largest dog breeds in the world https://peet-corso.cz/15-largest-dog-breeds-in-the-world/ Sat, 28 May 2022 13:30:38 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/15-largest-dog-breeds-in-the-world/ Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but as any puppy lover knows, they are still cute no matter big or small. Even when a pooch big enough to drink from the kitchen sink thinks he’s a lapdog! Yes, some of the world’s largest dog breeds are comparable in size to even the largest humans, […]]]>

Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but as any puppy lover knows, they are still cute no matter big or small. Even when a pooch big enough to drink from the kitchen sink thinks he’s a lapdog! Yes, some of the world’s largest dog breeds are comparable in size to even the largest humans, like Zeus the Great Dane, who was basically the height (and weight!) of a professional basketball player.

Zeus was dubbed both the greatest and tallest dog in the world at Guinness World Records 2011 in 2013. At the age of three, Zeus was already 44 inches tall, or three feet, 8 inches, from the base of his foot to the highest point above his shoulder blade (aka the dog’s withers).

And when standing on his hind legs, Zeus was about the height of some of the tallest players in the NBA – 7-foot-4 – and weighed 155 pounds!

Sadly, Zeus – who was a beloved therapy dog ​​in Kalamazoo, Michigan – is no longer with us as his massive size did not guarantee him a particularly long life. Zeus died just before his sixth birthday and to this day has yet to be dethroned as the greatest dog that ever lived.

Now, a Great Dane named Atlas currently holds the record for dogs alive. Hailing from Navarre, Florida, this six-year-old Harlequin German Great Dane weighs 225 pounds and is 4-foot-4 tall.

Do you have a weakness for big dogs? Here are the 15 largest dog breeds in the world.

15 largest dog breeds in the world

1. Great Dane

The Great Dane has long held the record for the largest dog breed. Not only are they often the tallest breed, with Great Danes snagging the Guinness World Records tallest dog title. 20102011, 2012, 2013, 2016and now, 2021.

On average, however, the American Kennel Club (AKC) reports that Great Danes have a lifespan of seven to 10 years, and males measure up to 32 inches and 175 pounds. Comparatively, female Great Danes can reach 30 inches and 140 pounds.

Related: 50 Adorable, Large Dog Breeds

2. Irish Greyhound

Often a finalist in the Guinness Book of World Records, the Irish Wolfhound comes second to the Great Dane. This affectionate and sociable dog breed reaches 32 inches on average in males and 30 inches on average in females, according to AKC.

Related: Quotes About Dogs

3. Scottish Hound

The Scottish Deerhound is generally much larger than its weight. This Scottish breed – you guessed it – can grow to around 30-32 inches in males and 28+ inches in females. In terms of weight, males weigh between 85 and 110 pounds; females, 75 to 95 pounds, depending AKC.

4. Neapolitan Mastiff

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The next size is Neapolitan Mastiff, a Mastiff breed that originated in ancient Rome. Stocky with short coats and known for their drooling, male Neapolitan Mastiffs reach 26 to 31 inches while females reach 24 to 29 inches in height. On average, males weigh around 150 pounds while females weigh 110 pounds.

5. English Mastiff

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Personality-wise, English Mastiffs are also often described as “gentle giants” due to their naturally gentle dispositions. But they are big too! Males are typically 30+ inches and between 160 and 230 pounds. Females are typically 27.5 inches and taller, weighing between 120 and 170 pounds, depending AKC.

6. Newfoundland

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A working dog, the Newfoundland has always been recognized for its large size as well as the frequency with which it drools! The males reach a medium 28 inches, between 130 and 150 pounds; females reach an average of 26 inches, between 100 and 120 pounds.

Related: Fastest Dog Breeds

7. Leonberger

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An affectionate dog breed that generally works well with other dogs, the Leonberger is a new large breed that was first recognized by AKC in 2010. Males of this breed stand between 28 and 31.5 inches tall and weigh between 110 and 170 pounds, while females stand between 25.5 and 29.5 inches and weigh between 90 and 140 pounds.

8. St. Bernard

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Perhaps one of the most notable large dog breeds is the St. Bernard. Thanks to Beethoven movie franchise, of course! According AKC, St. Bernard males typically stand between 28 and 30 inches tall and 140 to 180 pounds; Female Saint Bernards typically stand between 26 and 28 inches tall and 120 to 140 pounds.

9. Great Pyrenees

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The Great Pyrenees is a majestic working dog with a thick coat and renowned for guarding sheep and even families. This raise typically weigh over 100 pounds and males are between 27 and 32 inches tall, while females are usually between 25 and 29 inches.

10. Russian Black Terrier

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Although we generally tend to think of terriers as a smaller breed (sometimes even a toy), the Black Russian Terrier is definitely one of the largest breeds in the world. On average, male Russian Black Terriers are 27 to 30 inches tall and females are 26 to 29 inches. They can weigh from 80 to 130 pounds.

11. Anatolian Shepherd

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The Anatolian Shepherd is an incredibly muscular herding breed. These huge puppies growing up as tall as 29 inches in males and 27 inches in females. Males weigh between 110 and 150 pounds and females between 80 and 120 pounds.

12. Bernese Mountain Dog

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An excellent family dog, the Bernese Mountain Dog is another gentle giant that gets along well with children. and other dogs. In this raise, males are about 25-27.5 inches tall and females are about 23-26 inches. Males can weigh up to 115 pounds and females up to 95 pounds.

Related: 15 Small White Dog Breeds

13. Cane Corso

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A fierce protector often used as a guard dog, the Cane Corso is always alert and has enough muscle to scare away any intruder. Males are usually between 25 and 27.5 inches tall while females are usually around 23.5 to 26 inches.

14. Tibetan Mastiff

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They shed, they drool, and they definitely need a ton of frequent grooming, but Tibetan Mastiffs are as affectionate as they are big. Males reach a minimum of 26 inches, 90 to 150 pounds; females reach a minimum of 24 inches, 70 to 120 pounds.

15. Dogue de Bordeaux

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The Dogue de Bordeaux is particularly known for its abundant moulting and abundant drooling, but it is also one of the largest dog breeds there are also. Males measure up to 23 to 27 inches, 110 pounds and up; females measure up to 23 to 26 inches, 99 pounds and up.

Next, 30 adorable brindle dog breeds.

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