Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen Dog
Petit Basset Griffon Vendée (pronounced day-to-Von) is one of the four dogs of the Vendée region of France, the other is the Grand Griffon Vendée, Vendée Griffon Briquet Griffon Grand Basset and the Vendée. The existence of Vendée Griffon goes back to the 16th century in France, where they were used for hunting, alone or in packs, wild boar, deer, hares and rabbits in the rough and rocky terrain of the region and in the case of small dogs, through the approximate coverage of bushes and brambles which requires the protection of the typical layer thickness of wire. Hunting is usually done on foot because the terrain was hostile to the runners. Basset Griffon Vendée has become very popular and numerous in the 19th century, but it was not until the 1890s and in the 20th century under the aegis of the family Basset Griffon Vendée previously undifferentiated Dezamy become larger and located in the Petit . The difference between the two races is the acceptable size and mild offender in the front legs which is in the child. The intersection of the two had been common practice for years and litters were evaluated in twelve months of age to determine if the puppy was small or large, but this passage was banned in 1975. Inevitably, however, because of previous reproductive systems, continue to have brought both large and small for some time to come, but all puppies should be registered as parents of the race. The PBGV granted the status of Kennel Club Championship in 1985 and is still considered a rare species. Little seems to have lost ground to his cousin, GBGV, as a show and pets.
When for the first time in Britain in the second half of the 20th century, two outstanding temperament and apt GBGVs PBGVs earned the nickname of “the happy career.” Friendly, outgoing, curious and without a trace of aggression in the PBGV is an excellent companion for those who understand and accept strong instinct of dogs that are part of the race. Designed to be a tenacious and enthusiastic hunter, it is essential that the gardens are well protected as both digging and jumping in his attempt to follow an interesting scent miles away and can easily be lost, injured or killed in the process. It also has the independence and criticism of the majority of dogs bred to work with minimal human direction and it is important to be learned to respect limits and house rules. It is a pack animal and as such, the needs of business, consistent and well managed so that the guidance should acknowledge its place in the family and not develop an inflated sense of self-importance. It would be a mistake to leave unsupervised himself for long periods, as it is intelligent and quickly become bored and behavioral problems such as destructiveness, noise and attempts to escape to continue. It has a distinctive, loud and well-bell book and music is not everyone’s taste. Should be closely related to the family, has allowed much interaction with people and be included in as many activities as possible. Being a dog, it lacks strong protective and territorial instincts, but generally alert to the presence of strangers by barking. It is an adaptable dog and will have most things calmly, without noise, but the fund may not make it a challenge and the test is not recommended for novice owners.
PBGV Adults require a considerable amount of exercise – at least two daily walks, which will keep you physically fit and mentally stimulated. Unless an area is securely fenced all exercises should be performed on the front like the smell or sight of a rabbit will trigger the need for hunting and efforts to remember the fallen on deaf ears. It is an excellent hiking companion have great strength and be sufficiently robust and flexible to combat rough terrain. Puppies do not need, and should not have long walks and your bones and joints are vulnerable to damage may be permanent and disabling. Auto-exercise in the house and the garden is enough, and should not be allowed to go up and down stairs, jump or participate in games until mature premium.
All dogs must be trained at least basic obedience and free thought, Petit Basset Griffon insurance Vendée is no exception to the rule. He is very willing to dog, but please, we need a strong leader and firm, patient, the car’s behavior. It responds well to positive reinforcement of good behavior is rewarded with treats and / or games and sincere praise. strict discipline, either physical or verbal, has no place in training. If subjected to these methods of trust and respect will be broken and the dog was “close and do nothing if he is wrong, or their responses are inconsistent and offered by fear instead of giving ease of cooperation. Socialization from the beginning is very important. The puppy should be introduced as many different people, sights, sounds, animals and situations as possible. This will ensure that mature manner, safe and sensitive adults.