Taking a hot shower can release the tension that accumulated during the day, relax us, improve our mood. If we also hang a branch of eucalyptus from the rain, it can improve our airways, but we can add one more benefit to this energy recharge: breathing a deep, sweet and minty smell that mixes with the steam, a distinctive aroma typical of the tree of eucalyptus.
Norsk Lundehund, an almost unknown dog, at least to non-experts, originally from Norway and who lives only in those areas. It is classified as belonging to the group of Spitz-type dogs and has a rectangular body covered with a very soft coat. This breed has always been, at least at home, used to hunt the puffin, most of the specimens today are on the northern islands such as the Lofoten.
Landseer, a dog similar to the Newfoundland but which has been able to distinguish itself from the well-known and all black breed, both for its colors and for its character. He comes from Norway, the cold does not scare him, he belongs to the group of Swiss pinscher, schnauzer, molossoid and cattle dogs and in Italy it is not very common today, unlike its all black fellow.
German Hound, almost absent in our country but much loved in Germany although not as popular as other dogs. This animal has a slightly smaller size than the average of the hounds but it proves to be just as strong and of robust constitution.
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Transylvanian Hound, a dog originally from Hungary that has an almost unrecognizable name at home for those who do not know the language: Erdelyi Kopo. It belongs to the group of bloodhounds and dogs, has a short and well-fitting coat, in most cases black, but not only. It exists in large or small versions and is said to derive from the cross between Hungarian, Hungarian and Polish dogs.