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1.11 Husky dog

Siberian Husky, is a breed of dog that originated in Northeastern Siberia, Russia. Here, more than 3,000 years ago, they were raised and trained by the Chukchi people to help people move or transport goods.

Husky dog ​​characteristics are like wolves

Husky is one of the most beautiful dogs in the world

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  • Characteristics

Husky dogs are full of energy and robust. They usually have a double coat and can be gray, black, bronze or white Their eyes are usually light blue, although they can be brown, green, blue, yellow or heterochromic. .

  • Longevity

Husky has a life expectancy of 12-16 years.

  • How to raise

Health care

– Regular brushing for Husky. Regular brushing will reduce shedding in this breed and keep them healthy.

Clean your Husky’s ears once a week with a dog ear cleaning solution.

Check your nails periodically and trim them if necessary to avoid infection.


– Meat, organs, vegetables, eggs and granular food are the types of food that should be provided for Husky. Especially the offal, Husky’s favorite food.

– From 2 to 5 months old: 4 meals/day; 5 months – 1 year: 3 meals/day; 1 year or more: 2 meals/day.

– Do not feed Husky raw food, it will affect digestion

Husky dog ​​food

Ensure nutrition for Husky dogs

1.12 Maltese Dog

The Maltese was originally a working dog, appearing a lot in the Mediterranean region before the 15th century. It was not until the sixteenth century that the Maltese officially became the pet symbol of the upper class. After that, the Maltese went through the crossbreeding process to become more petite and dignified.

Maltese dog

Maltese – cute noble dog

  • Characteristics

You can easily recognize Maltese thanks to features such as round and small head, face that always exudes arrogance and is extremely lovely. Their eyes are round and black, exuding intelligence and sophistication. Maltese’s mouth is small, and its long ears hang down. The most special is Maltese’s long, flowing, soft, snow-white coat.

The uncle Maltese are very active and playful. They are always full of energy and love to run around.

  • Longevity

Maltese dogs can live for 12 – 15 years in Vietnam and even longer if in Europe and America, due to where there is a suitable climate and more modern advanced care conditions.

  • How to raise

Health care

– Every day you should spend 30 minutes – 1 hour to take them for a walk in large spaces. You can present fun games for them to play such as chasing, throwing balls, …

– Bathe Maltese twice a month

– In the summer, you should trim their fur regularly


– You cook thin chicken porridge for Maltese, feed 3 meals a day

– Maltese likes to eat dishes made from beef, chicken and liver pate. In addition, there are chicken eggs, pork, green vegetables and root vegetables, …

– Maltese’s intestinal tract is quite weak, so when you eat it, you should process food into small pieces to eat for Maltese.

Shiba Inu can be black, red, and brown or sesame in color with a cream, buff, or gray undercoat. Shiba Inu is also available in cream color.

Nutrition for Maltese dogs

Nutrition for Maltese dogs

1.13 Shiba Inu

The Shiba Inu is a famous golden breed of Japan and is one of the six original indigenous dog breeds of the land of the rising sun.

  • Characteristics

Shiba Inu has a compact appearance with well-developed muscles. The male Shiba Inu dog is 35 to 43 cm tall and the female is 33 to 42 cm. The average weight at a compatible size is about 10kg for males and 8kg for females. They have two coats with a hard and straight outer layer and a soft and thick inner layer. Their arms and legs are like the arms and legs of a fox. Their feathers and tails are a bit long and ruffled.

Shiba inu dog breed

Shiba Inu is independent and sometimes aggressive

  • Longevity

The average lifespan of a Shiba Inu is 12 to 15 years.

  • How to raise

Health care

– The living environment is cool and airy, clean

– Shiba Inu dogs need to be walked and exercised every day. You should let them participate in some activities such as walking, following the car, catching balls, catching flying saucers, …

– They have a short but thick coat and are relatively abundant, in the summer you should trim their fur regularly.

– Do not bathe often, should only bathe once a week


– 1-2 months old: eat porridge, eat rice with shredded meat and supplement with soft soaked dry foods for about 5 minutes. Break it down into 4-5 small meals a day

– 2 – 6 months old: Add to their diet a lot of meat, especially beef, pork heart, cooked beef, vegetables, dry food,… At this stage, eat 3 meals /day and add milk

– 6 months and older: Increase the diet and add a variety of nutritious foods high in protein, protein, calcium for dogs, …

Shiba inu dog food

Diet for Shiba Inu dogs

1.14 Pomeranian Dog

Pomeranian is a breed of pet dog that originated in Europe. Their name is derived from the Pomeranian place name, formerly Central Europe, present-day northwestern Poland and northeastern Germany.

  • Characteristics

The Pomeranian is a small pet dog, their size is only a toy, a height of 18 – 30 cm and a weight of 1 – 3 kg. Their heads are wedge-shaped and proportionate to their bodies, and some have fox-like faces. The main eyes are almond-shaped, medium-sized and dark in color, looking very bright and shining with intelligence and alertness. The squirrel has small, pointed and erect ears, scissor-shaped teeth and a small nose the same color as the fur. They are very ruffled, soft and curved up the back.

Puppy Dog

The Phoc dog is small, but has a very lively and lively personality

  • Longevity

The Pomeranian has a lifespan of 12 to 16 years.

  • How to raise

Health care

– Dogs are very sensitive to the sun, the ambient temperature should not exceed 30 degrees Celsius

– Every day you just need to take them out for 25 – 30 minutes to let them run, play and release accumulated energy

– Limit keeping Phoc dogs in the house for too long

– Pugs have thick, long and fluffy coats so you have to brush and detangle them every day

– Shower at least 2-3 times a week


– The diet of Phoc dogs includes: 20 – 26% protein, 10 – 14% fat, less than 10% filler, the rest is fiber, minerals and vitamins, …

– The volume of food per meal should be only 3 – 4% of body weight. Feeding a Phoc dog too full or too hungry is not good.

Food for Phoc Squirrels

1.15 Golden Dog

The Golden Dog is one of the most ideal dog breeds to keep as pets. Not only a loyal and lovely friend, the Golden Dog is also very brave and a smart professional dog, often used as a police dog in many countries around the world.

  • Characteristics

The Golden Dog is a beautiful dog and a very intelligent dog. This intelligent dog breed has two distinctive coat colors that are dark yellow and light yellow. In addition to the two typical colors above, they also have a reddish-brown color. However, according to the international standard of the Golden breed, the reddish color is not recognized for this breed.

The shape of the Golden Dog has a large head, a slightly flat forehead with a strong jawbone. The muzzle is slightly beveled and has a black nose. If the dog’s nose is different color, it will not be recognized according to the standards of the Golden breed. Their eyes are greenish-brown, with a yellow border around the eyes. Their ears are drooping, their necks are long and quite muscular

Golden Dog

Golden Dog

  • Longevity

The average lifespan of Golden Dogs is 10-12 years. Same lifespan as other normal pet dog breeds.

  • How to raise

Health care

– Golden is a working dog, they eat a lot and need to be relieved often. So they are active for 15 – 30 minutes every day

– You should brush your hair every day, if you are busy, do it once every 2-3 days

– Shower 1-2 times per week


– Golden’s daily diet is mainly beef, pork, chicken, fish,… Eat more duck eggs to supplement calcium. Add green vegetables, vitamins and minerals.

– Daily food volume of a golden baby is from 1.8 – 3.5% of total body weight. For example, a 10kg dog will need about 280g – 350g of food.

– Golden 2-3 months old should eat 4 meals/day; from 3 to 5 months old should eat 3 meals/day; From 6 months onwards only need to eat 2 meals/day

1.16 Samoyed Dog

Samoyed dogs are known as the snow whites of the Taiga forest because of their beautiful, elegant and playful beauty.

  • Characteristics

Male dogs usually have a height of about 53 to 60 cm, weighing from 20 to 30 kg. Bitches have a height of about 48 to 53 cm, weight ranges from 16 to 20 kg. The Samoyed dog stands out with its thick, snow-white coat. In addition to snow white, Samoyed also owns other coat colors such as cream yellow, cookie yellow, …

Samoyed Dog

Samoyed dog has very small eyes

Samoyed has a slim body and solid structure, very strong and supple. They possess strong heads, pointed muzzles and are usually black or brown in color. They have a straight gait, always hold their heads high, ears are pointed up and forward. The ears are triangular and slightly obtuse at the top of the ears, the hair around the ears grows very well and is relatively soft. They have straight, sinewy legs.

  • Longevity

Samoyed dogs have an average age of 12 to 15 years

  • How to raise

Health care

– Samoyed’s hair sheds a lot and falls out seasonally, bathe with specialized bath oils to limit hair loss.

– Samoyed tend to keep themselves clean so you don’t need to bathe them too much, 1-2 times per month is enough.

– It is necessary to brush Samoyed’s teeth at least twice a week to prevent oral diseases and bad breath.


– The samoyed’s diet needs to be rich in animal protein: beef, chicken, fish, pork or animal organs.

– Foods that provide vitamins and minerals: vegetables, tubers, fruits

– Calcium: chicken eggs, duck eggs, milk, cheese

1.17 English Bulldog

The English Bulldog is an ancient breed of dog whose ancestors were Asian mastiffs. Originally, the English Bull was bred to compete with medieval Bulls. Then, around the nineteenth century, they were officially bred to become a pet dog with a lovely and lovely appearance.

  • Characteristics

The English Bull Dog looks very stately somewhat stout. Their muscles are well developed, their legs are short and sinewy. They have a large, round and wide head, the skin of the face and forehead sag in many layers. Their noses are short, upturned, and black in color. In particular, they have short soft fur that everyone wants to touch.

English Bulldog

The British Bull has a coat with colors such as red, brown, yellow, and white

The height of the British Bull ranges from 31 – 40 cm and weight from 24 – 25 kg for male dogs, 22 – 23 kg for female dogs.

The English Bulldog is a pet dog that just likes to eat, lie down and sleep. They can even lie in one place all day and do not like to go out to exercise like many other pet dogs.

  • Longevity

The English Bulldog has a lifespan of about 8 to 12 years when raised in a good environment and in good health.

  • How to raise

Health care

– Always keep the wrinkles on the face and body clean to avoid skin folds

– Regularly let them exercise and play fun games


– They are carnivores, so they can easily absorb protein. You can feed them chicken, pork but little fat, sometimes add duck eggs and combine with vegetables such as pumpkin, carrots, cabbage, …

– They won’t like to eat fishy food and animal organs

1.18 French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is one of the most popular pet dogs in Vietnam. This bulldog is descended from the famous English Bulldog breed. From the 1860s, when the British immigrated to France, they brought the English Bulldog and crossed it with the French Terrier to create the French Bulldog with a smaller size and gentler personality.

  • Characteristics

The French Bulldog has a quite fit body with a height of less than 30cm and weighs from 8-13 kg. Although they have a smaller body than the English Bulldog, they are very muscular and solid. Their shoulders are very wide, wider than their hips. Their legs are short, sinewy, and appear to be larger than their bodies.

The French Bull has a short smooth coat, large and erect ears. Their heads are round, their foreheads wide and high. Their noses are flat and always upturned. Their lips are thick and always drooping, covering the mouth.

French Bulldog

French Bulldog

Bulldogs are very inactive, preferring to stay indoors and with their owners. French Bulls are also very gentle, cheerful, friendly with children, they also never bite anyone unless you tease them too hard.

  • Longevity

The French Bulldog has a longer lifespan than the English Bulldog, from 10 to 12 years.

  • How to raise

Health care

In addition to the risk of obesity, they also have respiratory problems. So check their health regularly

– You should brush and floss their teeth every day to have a clean, healthy teeth.


– The French Bull is not too picky about food like other dog breeds. However, their inactivity leads to obesity. Therefore, it is necessary to spend time taking care of their meals.

– French Bulldog is suitable for eating dry food and canned food

A dry food diet typically includes ground beef, beef, chicken breast, heart, liver, kidney, and bones. In addition, it is also necessary to add a portion of vegetables and fruits to them.

1.18 Phu Quoc Dog

Phu Quoc dog is a typical dog of Phu Quoc island district with its own characteristic of having hair vortexes on its back. Therefore, they are also known as Phu Quoc Ridgebacks. Currently, there are 3 types of ridgeback dogs in the world: Phu Quoc Ridgeback, Rhodesian Ridgeback and Thai Ridgeback.

  • Characteristics

The most recognizable feature is the swirl running from their shoulders to their hipbones with 4 basic colors: spotted, black, yellow and brindle, but now the coat color has more or less hybrid.

Adult Phu Quoc dogs weigh 20-25kg and have a small head, long muzzle, long and thin ears and dots on the tongue. He also has a knack for hunting animals and can swim in the water thanks to his webbed feet and silky smooth fur.

Phu Quoc dogs

Phu Quoc dog is a loyal, intelligent dog that knows how to obey orders without spending too much time training

  • Longevity

The life expectancy of Phu Quoc dogs is at least 7 years or more if healthy and free of disease.

  • How to raise

Health care

– The habitat of Phu Quoc dogs must be very close to nature, spacious space for them to run and play.

– Phu Quoc dogs are suitable for a warm climate all year round like in the South, so in the North, Phu Quoc dogs are not popularly raised. But if you keep Phu Quoc dogs in the North, you should keep them warm in the winter and limit going out.


– Although it has the name of our dog, the Phu Quoc dog is quite picky. Their diet is usually seafood such as shrimp, crab, fish,… In addition, you can also feed them meat and bones as usual.

– Do not feed Phu Quoc dogs too much and should not feed them for too long. Each meal should only be left for 15-20 minutes and then stored for the purpose of eating as soon as it is time to eat.

1.19 Sausage Dog

The Dachshund, also known as the sausage dog, is a breed of dog that originated in Germany and is known as a small-sized hunting dog.

Sausage Dog


  • Characteristics

The sausage dog has a long body and short legs. They have 3 popular coat styles: short hair, curly hair and long hair with colors such as black, brown, gray, red, cream, …

The unbalanced appearance has probably made this dog interesting and funny in the eyes of many people. Along with that, the ears are long, down completely to help prevent the penetration of dirt and insects.

Sausage dogs come in 3 different sizes. Two popular sizes are Standard (dogs from 20 – 27 cm tall and weighing over 4.9kg), Miniature (Has a height not exceeding 13 – 18cm, weighing less than 5kg) and European side with additional 1 more size is Toy (height from 30cm or more and weight about 3.5kg).

The characteristic of this breed is that it likes to dig, run, chase and hunt. They also love to get along with people and are also quite friendly.

  • Longevity

The Dachshund is a German hunting dog and is classified as a long-lived dog. The life expectancy of this breed is from 14 to 17 years if well cared for and free from disease.

  • How to raise

Health care

Regularly let them go out for exercise, at least half an hour a day

– They love to dig, so if you don’t want to bathe them a lot, limit taking sausages to sandy places

– Sometimes they are very aggressive, they can chase and attack other animals when the hunting instinct kicks in. Pay attention to them and should have a leash when going outside.


Sausages are working dogs, so they are not picky eaters. You pay attention to supplement them with nutritious foods, especially protein.

– Protein accounts for 22 – 28% of the total daily food volume; fiber, starch, water and vitamins are 58 – 66%; fat accounts for 12-15%

2. How to take care of a pet dog everyone should know

How to take care of a pet dog is not as simple as raising a normal dog, requiring you to have the necessary knowledge about how to care for a pet dog in the field of health, choosing dog food and nutrition:

  • Use high quality food
  • Choose a Trusted Veterinarian
  • Fully vaccinated dogs
  • Brush and always keep the dog’s hair clean
  • Regularly exercise the dog’s body

Pet dog breeding is happening very popular and even becoming a trend. Perhaps, before the lovely, mischievous and lively, intelligent pet dogs, many people couldn’t resist and were very excited to have a pet dog to raise. For many pet dog owners, pet dogs are like a friend who is always by their side and listening to their confidants, making their lives better and wealthier.

How to take care of a pet dog

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