Galgo italiano

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El Galgo italiano es pequeño y esbelto en todas las proporciones y de una elegancia y gracia ideales.

Cabeza: Estrecha y larga, afinándose hacia la nariz, con una ligera sugerencia de parada. Cráneo: bastante largo, casi plano. Ojos: oscuros, brillantes, inteligentes, de tamaño mediano. Los ojos muy claros son una falta. Orejas: Pequeñas, de textura fina; echado hacia atrás y doblado excepto cuando se le alerta, luego llevado doblado en ángulo recto con la cabeza. Orejas erectas o abotonadas severamente penalizadas.

Cuello: largo, delgado y elegantemente arqueado. El cuerpo es de longitud media, acoplado corto; alto a la cruz, dorso curvado y caído en los cuartos traseros, el punto más alto de la curvatura al comienzo del lomo, creando un pliegue definido en los flancos. Hombros: largos e inclinados.
Pecho: profundo y estrecho. Larga, recta, bien colocada debajo de los hombros; Metacarpos fuertes, hueso fino. Muslo largo y bien musculado; patas traseras paralelas cuando se ven desde atrás, corvejones bien bajados, rodilla bien doblada. Piel fina y flexible, pelo corto, brillante como el satén y suave al tacto.

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Precio del Galgo Italiano

los galgos italianos no son baratos. Comprar un cachorro de un criador de renombre le costará al menos $ 500 dolares. Luego están las vacunas, las licencias, la medicina preventiva y, por supuesto, la castración o esterilización. Acaba de agregar alrededor de $ 400 dolares al precio de compra

Galgo italiano adopción

Los mejores alimentos para el Galgo italiano

Solid Gold Wolf King Holistic Dry Dog Food, Bison, Brown Rice & Sweet Potatoes, Adult Dogs, 

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Victor Dog Food GMO-Free Professional Beef and Pork Meal for Dogs

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Blue Buffalo Blue Adult Small Breed Lamb Recipe 

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    Dai tried to refuse, locking her son in his bedroom. But, she said, her now-former husband had been physically abusive and she was afraid. With no friends, family or neighbors nearby who could help, several hours later she conceded.
    In the following months, Dai said her ex-husband denied her repeated requests to see her son. He filed for divorce, claiming she was “irresponsible” and “didn’t have time to take care of the son due to work,” according to court documents reviewed by CNN. Dai, a Canadian citizen, went to the Beijing police and the Canadian consulate — but she said authorities called it a private family matter and that there was nothing they could do.

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    In the following months, Dai said her ex-husband denied her repeated requests to see her son. He filed for divorce, claiming she was “irresponsible” and “didn’t have time to take care of the son due to work,” according to court documents reviewed by CNN. Dai, a Canadian citizen, went to the Beijing police and the Canadian consulate — but she said authorities called it a private family matter and that there was nothing they could do.

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    “We never discussed this and there was no prior agreement at all,” she said. “This is not something that I agreed to. They didn’t care.”
    Dai tried to refuse, locking her son in his bedroom. But, she said, her now-former husband had been physically abusive and she was afraid. With no friends, family or neighbors nearby who could help, several hours later she conceded.
    In the following months, Dai said her ex-husband denied her repeated requests to see her son. He filed for divorce, claiming she was “irresponsible” and “didn’t have time to take care of the son due to work,” according to court documents reviewed by CNN. Dai, a Canadian citizen, went to the Beijing police and the Canadian consulate — but she said authorities called it a private family matter and that there was nothing they could do.

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