Meet Doc my new Landseer puppy… He’s adorable!
Landseer is a black-and-white dog believed to have originated from Canada. This pup has an impressive appearance. And because of its pleasing appearance, the hound has featured in numerous paintings and books. The dog got its name from Sir Edwin Landseer, a British painter who was pleased by its colors.
When it comes to temperament, Landseer has sweet disposition. It is very gentle and serene. It responds well to all ages of people, including children. It also interacts well with other breeds of dogs and animals. In addition, Landseer is very affectionate. It takes good care of her puppies.
Landseer is easy to teach, train and exercise. It adapts well to the hardships of training. The intelligent mongrel understands the training techniques with ease. On the side of exercise, this pup can be involved in a number of dog games and activities.
It enjoys swimming a lot, so it can be a great companion in your swimming pool. Another most interesting thing about Landseer is that it can help you when drowning. It also enjoys walking and pacing.
With a narrow breast and long legs, Landseer has an attractive body. It has also shorter hair and little under wool. This makes it easy to brush and clean. With less dense coat, you can expect the mongrel to dry off immediately after it is out from water. All the other body parts are well developed and shaped.
Landseer is a healthy dog. It does not suffer from many health complications. All I have to do is get a great grain free dog food and vaccination… It is also resistant to parasites. In addition, it is resistant to injuries, such as broken limbs, bruises and muscle strains. This means you will not spend a lot of your money treating your pup. You will also be free from germs that are transmitted by dogs. With healthy diet and good exercise, Landseer can live for more than 10 years.