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The Majestic Borzoi

Posted by Silver Lucy on 27th Dec 2020

The Majestic Borzoi
THE MAJESTIC BORZOI Dogs are reflections of the cultures that nurtured and developed them. We rediscover cultural diversity and heritage through our dogs. Over the centuries, many breeds have become linked with a particular ethnic groups, countries, or social classes. However, when turmoil strikes, that link can threaten the existence of the dogs themselves. This phenomenon almost led to the loss of one of the Borzoi, one of the most aerodynamic and aristocratic breeds. The Borzoi was bred for centuries to hunt fox, boar, hare, and, famously, wolf – hence its moniker, the Russian W …

The Love and Loyalty of Dogs

Posted by Silver Lucy on 19th Dec 2020

The Love and Loyalty of Dogs
THE LOVE AND LOYALTY OF DOGS Most people would do just about anything for their dogs, and how could they not considering how dedicated our dogs are to us. Dogs perform tasks that we cannot do and provide services that help people live independently. There are stories of dogs traveling miles to return to their families or saving their human companions' lives against all the odds. We love our dogs because our dogs love us in return. While dogs are one of the most popular pets worldwide, they also do some essential jobs. Police and military dogs go through rigorous training to be consider …

Dogs in Art History

Posted by Silver Lucy on 12th Dec 2020

Dogs in Art History
DOGS IN ART HISTORY Our furry family members are often the muses for our art, because when making art, we are drawn to recreating what we love. Of the four-legged companions in our lives, dogs are among the most popular subjects in art. Throughout art history, they've appeared alongside members of the aristocracy, been included in self-portraits with famous artists, and been immortalized in sculptures seen by thousands. Dogs symbolize the traits we associate most with them —protection, unconditional love, and loyalty — so it's easy to see why we've continued to include them in the visual …

What We Learn From Our Dogs

Posted by Silver Lucy on 5th Dec 2020

What We Learn From Our Dogs
WHAT WE LEARN FROM OUR DOGS For the majority of human civilization, we have found companionship with dogs. In our pre-history, dogs were protective, helpful, and loyal. Not much has changed regarding a dog's unwavering dedication to humans over the last 15,000 years, and our loyalty to them in return. Dogs continue to be one of our family unit's most reliable parts — dogs love you the same no matter what type of day you're having. There is so much we learn every day from our dogs' personality, behavior, resiliency, demeanor, and most importantly, their ability to provide their family w …

The Wonderful Golden Retriever

Posted by Silver Lucy on 27th Nov 2020

The Wonderful Golden Retriever
THE WONDERFUL GOLDEN RETRIEVER Dogs are living, breathing representations of culture, time, and society. As we know them today, dogs are inexplicably tied to those who developed the breeds for particular tasks. Some breeds exist entirely due to one person, and some breeds are products of specific classes or cultures. Civilization is the intersection of people and their environment, and the same can be said about the dogs. They have coats to survive the local climate, and characters that fit into the day's social needs, and body styles developed to navigate native terrains. Dogs are reflectio …