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Bolognese Dogs are a very old breed; images of them have been ancient Roman earthenware. They were considered a very precious dog, particularly during the eleventh century.

Bolognese Dogs are related to small white dogs that Aristote called “Melitensi” and that were largely found in the Mediterranean regions due to sea trade and the continuous moving of merchant ships from one country to another. During the Renaissance within the nobles it was custom to give such small dogs as a present: it is proved that even Katherine II of Russia used to have one of these dogs. Nowadays they are not so popular abroad, as they are mainly bred in Italy.

Bolognese Dogsare a small-sized dog, mesomorphic with a short compact body which fits in a square. What makes this breed so particular is the long white reared hair.

They are a typical companion dog, they establishes a strict relationship with their master and their family in terms of real need for his life. They are very lively and clever, highly skilled at learning things, so that they can be easily trained. Untiring playmate, they are extremely loving; surely the are one of the most suitable breeds to have as a family companion.

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