Dog walking harness for Bolognese Dog
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Overview - Bolognese dog
The Bolognese dog breed has been bred over centuries for one purpose only—to be a companion dog to people. This remains the Bolognese’s purpose in life today. This dog breed’s charming character is in fact its major identifying feature. Paired with an enchanting appearance, the Bolognese’s winsome ways enable this dog breed to captivate many of his fans.
The Bolognese is mostly a calm and docile dog, but is also well capable of displaying a lively and funny demeanor. Some Bolognese possess a comportment very similar to that of the Poodle, and they may sometimes act like little clowns, taking much pleasure in amusing the family.
The Bolognese should not be considered a mere lapdog. The Bolognese is a dog of true quality, a big-dog personality in a small package. This dog breed will be very affectionate toward and form strong attachments to his owner, and he is not reserved in showing the world that he has a “big heart,” quite in contrast to his small physique.
History of Bolognese dog
Bolognese was developed from Bichon Frise and Havaneseduring 11th and 12th centuries. From the beginning of the 15th century, their popularity increased in Europe but this breed lost its importance during the 19th century. As of now, the popularity of this breed is increasing rapidly. This breed is not yet recognized by AKC. You can find this breed in the paintings of famous European artists Francisco Goya and TizianoVecelli. Even celebrities love to breed them as pets. In the opinion of some people, these dogs are descendants of little dogs mentioned by Aristotle in canes melitenses.On top of these, the following facts can be seen about the bolognese dog.
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