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10 fun and interesting facts about the National Dog Show on Thanksgiving - Bemorepanda

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One of the most iconic events in the world of dog owners will happen this year in the United States of America. The greatest tradition for Thanksgiving Day is to watch the National Dog Show.


For many Americans, the National Dog Show, which selects the best dogs in the country in various categories, has long become something of a Football Super Bowl.


Presented by Purina and hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, the show is about more than 150 American Kennel Club-sanctioned breeds and varieties competing for Best of Breed, First in Group and the top-dog spot: Best in Show. Bemorepanda prepared 10 facts about the National Dog Show.


1.Four-legged participants and their owners make applications six months in advance to be among the contestants.


2.Each dog must pass the strictest selection conditions and meet certain parameters. To do this, you must have special medical certificates confirming the excellent health and impeccable physical fitness of the animal.


3.All animals must be vaccinated and treated against parasites with special drugs such as Advantix.


4.The first event of this magnitude was held in Pennsylvania in 2001. Then the organizers managed to "lure" about a thousand pets to the competition, a year later the number of participants increased threefold, and in 2005 about 100 breeds of dogs came to the exhibition.


5.The American Kennel Club's  birthday is September 17, 1884. It was then that a group of 12 keen dog breeders met at the Philadelphia Kennel Club.


6.National Dog Show is one of the so-called "big trinity" of the most prestigious dog shows in the world.


7.The order of the show is traditional and consists of three stages. Each tailed participant is first judged in the "breed" rings, where the best representative of the breed is selected. The next step is to select the best representative of the group, of which there are seven. The finale of the show is the Best in Show selection - the best of the best.


8.The National Dog Show is NBC's top-rated broadcast of the show airs at noon Thanksgiving Day, immediately following the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. 


9.There may be more than 2,000 dogs entered in the show, but when the coveted Best in Show competition takes place, you'll only see seven dogs. 


10.205 breeds and varieties are eligible to participate in the National Dog Show. However, the majority of viewers choose “out of competition” activities - demonstration performances in different disciplines, where dogs demonstrate contact with the owner, intelligence, speed and strength.

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Events that could conditionally be attributed to dog shows took place in different countries for a long time. Dog shows in modern terms began to appear only in the early 19th century.

 

The most numerous events held under The American Kennel Club rules are shows, which focus on the dog's exterior. The judges examine the dogs and arrange them in order according to how close the expert thinks they are to the ideal described in the breed standard.

 

For Thanksgiving Day in the United States, the National Dog Show will traditionally be held for the 19th consecutive year. The exhibition has been held in Philadelphia since 1879. True, at first it was irregular. But since 1993, the show has been held annually and gathers thousands of participants and tens of thousands of spectators.

 

The American Kennel Club recognizes 208 breeds and varieties of dog (though every single one may not be represented at the National Dog Show from year to year). In the first round of the National Dog Show, dogs of the same breed will compete against each other based on how the dog fits the breed standards. The winner, named “Best in Breed,” will represent their breed at the next level: the group. 

 

The National Dog Show is a beloved holiday tradition for NBC and the over 25 million animal lovers who watched last year's Thanksgiving broadcast. Bemorepanda prepare 30 funny and adorable pictures from National Dog Show.

 

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The Labrador Retriever is one of the most beloved quadrupeds in the world - and it was even voted the favorite breed in the USA.

Even though they are one of the most widespread breeds in the world, not many know the region where Labrador originally appeared or when they almost disappeared completely from Earth.


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Labrador Retriever dogs appeared in Newfoundland, Canada. Initially, they were called St. John's dogs and, over time, they have evolved to have traits appreciated by people, such as sociability and unique athletic abilities.


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In the 1800s, families in Nwefoundland were required to pay a fee if they had dogs and could not own more than one quadruped. Locals paid a higher fee for females, so many breeders preferred males.


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Fortunately, the breed became extremely popular in the United Kingdom, so the Labrador Retriever population continued to grow in that country.


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Labrador fur allows them to be exceptional swimmers, even in low temperatures. In the past, Labradors have been bred to help fish, so it's no wonder that the love of water has been encouraged by owners over time and helped the breed evolve in this direction.


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Even though black, chocolate and yellow / gold Labradors are the best known, there is also silver Labrador, which is actually gray. There is also red Labrador, which has brown-red fur.


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In the past, Labradors helped fishermen, which is why they have adapted so well to the water, but their athletic abilities help them to be useful in many other activities.


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Labradors get along well with children, but also with other pets. He is very loyal and loving to his master.


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Being very intelligent, resilient and with sharp senses, Labrador is the most used breed in the police, rescue teams or in assistance programs for people with disabilities and other needs.


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“A dog is a man’s best friend” is a good old quote, the most popular phrase, and the truest! But how much do we know about our friends? A variety of breeds, specific behavior, and endless devotion to the owner - are not all that can surprise pets. Today we will reveal 50 interesting facts that will help you understand our pets even more.

 

Top facts about dogs

 

 

1. Dogs love to sleep on their owner's bed, and there are 50% of them. 

 

2. The most common problem among dogs is obesity. So, if you have a “strong man” growing, this is an occasion to think about it and take action! 

 

3. For the first time, animal rights were written into the legislation of Japan in the 18th century. According to the law, the death penalty was awarded for the murder of a dog, and people are required to address stray dogs as “Your Honor”. 

 

4. Dogs are mentioned 14 times in the Bible. 

 

5. The tallest dog is a Great Dane. Its height on its hind legs reaches 2.2 meters. 

 

6. Be aware that the dog perceives you as the leader of the pack. 

 

 

7. Your dog is uncomfortable with your hugs. For her, this is a signal of dominance. 

 

8. A large dog has a hard time in the house. The smallest breed is the Chihuahua. The smallest weighs 900 grams, and its growth is like a can of Coca-Cola.

 

9. The oldest dog is 30 years old. In relation to human life, this is more than 200 years. In 2013, the venerable terrier reached 30 years old. 

 

10. Sometimes dogs behave like people: they can drink very quickly, and even hiccup at dinner.

 

11. Did you know that the number of teeth in an adult dog is one and a half times more than in a puppy? For information, a puppy has 28, an adult has 42 teeth. 

 

12. An experiment was conducted in New Zealand. As it turned out, the three dogs had a good ride behind the wheel of a car on a straight road and even learned how to turn! 

 

 

13. We all know the symbol “@” is called “dog”, but this is only with us! For example, in the Czech Republic it is a herring, in Kazakhstan it is a moon ear, in other countries it is a strudel, a snail, a monkey. 

 

14. The total number of genuine breeds is 703 varieties. 

 

15. Long-nosed dogs have a more efficient internal cooling mechanism. 

 

16. A puppy's vision begins to develop well only at the age of 1 month. 

 

17. Taste buds in dogs are much poorer than human ones: 1700 compared to 9000 - a significant difference! 

 

18. Keep in mind, a dog's sense of smell is hundreds of thousands of times stronger than a human's, so keep your goodies in a safe place. 

 

 

19. Speaking of goodies. Chocolate is a dangerous sweet for dogs. The substance contained in it destroys the nervous system of the animal. Yes, it is detrimental to the heart. In the human body, it is broken down by enzymes. 

 

20. Like newborn babies, Chihuahua puppies are born with fontanelles. This is a soft spot in the upper cranial region that gradually hardens with age. 

 

21. Intellectual development of dogs, like a two-year-old child. They can count up to 5, understand about 300 gestures and words, and even successfully cope with elementary arithmetic tasks. 

 

22. A large dog has a normal heartbeat of 70-100 beats per 1 minute - just like a person. In small breeds - from 100 to 140. 

 

23. It is thanks to a wet nose that the dog easily determines where the smell comes from. 

 

 

24. The exotic name of the breed “Chihuahua” appeared in honor of the Mexican state, where they found these miniature crumbs. 

 

25. The Boxer dog loves to play with its front paws, which is where the name of its breed comes from. 

 

26. First-class seats in the Titanic saved three dogs from death. Pekingese, Newfoundland and 

Pomeranian miraculously survived. 

 

 

27. On the paws of thoroughbred dogs "Lundehund" six fingers. 

 

28. Dog owners are 65% more mobile than those who do not have a favorite pet. 

 

29. Dogs are the direct descendants of wolves.

 

30. When a dog drinks, its tongue resembles the shape of a spoon, but only wrapped down. 

 

31. Before embarking on an important action or deed, the dog instinctively demands approval and praise from the leader. 

 

32. In Russia, stray dogs have learned to use the subway for their own purposes. To get food, they confidently ride from one station to another in search of the most populated areas.

 

 

33. Once upon a time in Greece, spiked collars were invented that protected dogs from wolf aggression. 

 

34. The dog evaluates the object first by observing the movement, then pays attention to the brightness and only in the end to the form. 

 

35. In the name of the dog, the Canary Islands got their name. The inhabitants of the dog were on a par with the gods. By the way, in honor of the same islands, birds were also named canaries. 

 

36. The dog has 3 pairs of eyelids - lower, upper and nictitating. 

 

37. In 1988, in America, at customs, the dogs Barco and Rocky patrolled the border between Mexico and Texas (the so-called cocaine alley zone) so effectively that they delighted the drug lords, who then offered 30 thousand dollars for them. 

 

38. A dog hears ultrasound well. With this in mind, Paul McCartney added this sound to his beloved dog at the end of “A Day In The Life”. 

 

 

39. In 1994, the record for the fastest Greyhound breed was recorded. Its maximum is 67.3 km per hour. To this day, the record remains the same. 

 

40. In ancient China, the emperor had a mini-dog Pekingese as a spare defensive “weapon”. Hiding in the sleeve of her leader, feeling the danger, she immediately attacked the enemies. 

 

41. In the days of Ancient Russia, according to the law of the XIV century, a dog was a very valuable animal - it could be exchanged for 3 best horses, a flock of sheep or 1 ox. 

 

42. A Korean scientist cloned a dog for the first time in 2005. Today, the procedure can be repeated for 100 thousand dollars. 

 

43. When the dog of the outstanding future poet Lord Byron was not allowed into Cambridge College, he staged a kind of protest, bringing a bear cub with him. 

 

44. Women from Mississippi were extremely outraged by the fact that happened in the USSR. After all, everyone knew what fate awaited Laika, who flew into space. Housewives wrote a letter to the UN with a proposal to use Negroes for scientific experiments: “We have as many of them as our heart desires,” they protested, “but for the experiment, as it turned out, it makes no difference whether these creatures are alive or not!” 

 

 

45. “Get out of the water” is an expression that actually refers to Newfoundland dogs. And in fact, they do not get wet in the water, and the webs on their paws allow them to swim perfectly. 

 

46. ​​Is a Hollywood star a dog? Sounds strange, but it's a fact! In the collection of the German Shepherd Rin Tin Tin, there are as many as 22 film agreements. And he signed them himself with a paw print. 

 

47. The specific smell from your pet, reminiscent of chips, is not a reason to punish him for theft. The reason may be microbes accumulated on the paws that smell like chips. So first of all, take care of your hygiene! 

 

48. A dog is a predator by nature, therefore, food should be predominantly protein of animal origin, and less carbohydrates (cereals, potatoes, etc.) accidents. The goose did not leave the animal in trouble, but became a guide for it, directing it with cries and neck. 

 

 

49. Dogs have a larger range of sizes than any other mammal.

 

50. A dog's hearing is 10 times more sensitive than a human's, which is why 70% of owners believe that their pets successfully predict a storm.

 

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Thanksgiving Day is the annual one-day celebration in which God is traditionally thanked for all the richness of that year's harvest. Bemorepanda collected some interesting facts.

 

1. It is celebrated on the last Thursday of November by Americans, and Canadians celebrate it on the second Monday in October.

 

2.Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated in many countries around the world, but especially in the United States and Canada, where the tradition of the holiday is carefully followed by all the inhabitants.

 

3. In the United States and Canada, Thanksgiving Day is, in fact, Harvest Day, more precisely, a day in which people thank the divinity for the harvests they had that year, regardless of the severe weather conditions they experienced. faced.

 

4. Since Thanksgiving Day is the holiday taken from the first settlers who arrived in the New World in 1621. They celebrated this day as a thank you for the rich harvest they obtained even in harsh weather conditions. .

 

5. In 1941, the United States Congress passed a resolution establishing that the fourth Thursday in November should officially become a national holiday of the United States.

 

 

6. Thanksgiving has become a family holiday, a day dedicated to spending time with family and friends.

 

7. There are no lack of traditional dishes on the holiday table, and among the most common are: Turkey; Pumpkin pie; Apple pie; Sweet potatoes; puree; Sweet corn; Cranberry sauce; Cranberry sauce; Ham.

 

8. What is the tradition of Thanksgiving turkey cooking - why Americans cook turkey Thanksgiving cooking tradition comes from Benjamin Franklin, because he decided to make this bird the symbol of the holiday.

 

9. The former American president pardoned a turkey that was to be slaughtered with the celebration of this day, and since then, every year, the tradition is respected by every American president.

 

10. A meal tradition is the prayer that people say at the beginning of the meal. Throughout the prayer, people hold hands and each of the people present states a reason to thank God for this day.

 

 

11. Thanksgiving has become an official federal holiday, and Americans participate in various charities on this day. They collect money or prepare food for the poor in the spaces arranged for them.

 

12. In the United States, there is no work on Thanksgiving. People have a day off just to spend time with their families and enjoy their reunion.

 

13. Recipes that you can prepare for Thanksgiving Day are: Whole turkey in the oven; Baked turkey stuffed with vegetables; Green beans; Mashed potatoes and mashed potatoes; Pumpkin pie or other pumpkin recipes; Baked sweet potatoes; American apple pie; Cranberry sauce with nuts.

 

14. According to archaeological evidence found in the Oaxaca region of central Mexico, turkey meat was consumed 1,500 years ago by the Zapotec civilization, and these birds were extremely popular.

 

15. The Mexican turkey is the ancestor of all turkeys that are consumed around the world.

 

 

So, the celebration of Thanksgiving Day gives us all the chance to think about the good things that happen to us every day, but also the chance to thank for everything we receive.

 

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For some rich people, big dog lovers, the pedigree also matters a lot when they buy a pet, so they are willing to spend a lot of money on a precious specimen.

 

Bemorepanda has compiled a list of the 10 most expensive dog breeds in the world.

 

1. The Tibetan Mastiff - $ 2,200 - $ 7,000

The average price of a Tibetan mastiff goes up to $ 7,000. Moreover, the most expensive dog ever sold was one of this breed, bought for $ 1.5 million by a very rich Chinese businessman. Despite their fierce appearance, these dogs, which weigh up to 100 kilograms, are calm and loyal. She loves open spaces, being very suitable for houses that have large courtyards.

 

2. The French Mastiff - $ 3,000

It is easier to procure than the Tibetan one, being a strong and imposing dog. It is often considered a symbol of status by the wealthiest.

 

3. Corgi Galez Pembroke - $ 1,000

$ 1,000 is the minimum price for such a dog, but it can increase depending on pedigrees. It is the favorite breed of Queen Elizabeth II, being the favorite pet of the British royal family for seven decades.

 

4. Saluki - $ 2,500

This breed is believed to be one of the oldest domesticated dog breeds in Egypt. Saluki dogs are especially sought after for their graceful appearance, but their maintenance is one that requires quite a lot of attention.

 

5. Chow Chow - $ 1,000 - $ 8,500

The Chinese name of this dog, Songshi Quan, translates as "fluffy lion dog", the breed being adorable and known especially for the fact that the specimens have a blue to black tongue.

 

6. English Bulldog - $ 2,500 - $ 9,000

With the wrinkled face that these dogs have, the animals pass as grumpy and tough, but in fact they are very playful. In recent years they have become very popular and, although there are such dogs that are not sold at exorbitant prices, a purebred can cost up to $ 9,000.

 

7. The Canadian Eskimo Dog - $ 7,000

This is a rather rare breed, in North America for example there are less than 500 specimens. Athletic and imposing, these dogs are perfect for adventurous people, but it is preferable not to be kept in environments with high temperatures.

 

8. Lowchen - $ 5,000 - $ 8,000

Lowchen is a very popular breed in Europe, its representatives being small, but smart and full of life.

 

9. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel - $ 1,000 - $ 14,000

This breed was named after Charles II, king of England, Ireland and Scotland in the seventeenth century. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dogs have short boots, very long ears, are extremely friendly and get along very well with both children and other dog breeds.

 

10. Samoyed - $ 4,000 - $ 11,000

Dogs of this breed are also nicknamed "Smiley" because they are full of life and cheerful, being very popular as show animals.

 

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