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The Miniature Bull Terrier is a member of the Terrier family, the Mastiff family, and the Bull family. Its original area of origin is the country of England and the date of origin can be traced back to the 1800s....

Lhasa Aspo

The Lhasa Apso is identifiable by its long coat that reaches all the way to the floor.  The coat is heavy and double-coated, draping over the whole body and coming in the following colors: Gold, cream and honey (the most popular...
The Kerry Blue Terrier is probably the most versatile members of the Terrier Group. These dogs are loyal guardians, focused hunters, loving companions, and will even herd when given the chance. They make fun pets to have for outside fun and...

Keeshond

The Keeshond is one of the most affectionate and friendliest members of the Non-Sporting Group. This dog has the physical appearance of a fluffy, square-shaped Northern-type breed. The coat is harsh and long, perfect for withstanding cool temperatures. These stand from...

Japanese Chin

The Japanese Chin is absolutely one of the most adorable members of the Toy Group. Always on the lookout for fun and games, this dog is equally sensitive and thrives on affection. They are devoted to their family and ready to...
Ever since they burst on the scene in the 1990s Designer dogs have been in the spotlight and they’ve been much in demand. Any search through the Internet will bring up thousands of Designer dog web sites. They offer Labradoodles, Goldendoodles,...

Irish Wolfhound

The Irish Wolfhound is an imposingly large member of the Hound Group. In fact, it is the tallest sighthound in existence. They have a combination of great speed, size, and power which helps them hunt and take down large prey. But...

Irish Terrier

The Irish Terrier is known as the world’s oldest Terrier breed.  It is said to have descended from the Black and Tan Terrier, also mixed with a larger and more streamlined wheaten colored Terrier. There is no official documentation to list...
Your dog may never be headed for the ring at the Westminster Kennel Club, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be as well-mannered as this year’s Best in Show contenders – well, almost. Along with love, good nutrition and health care,...
If your dog hasn’t got a clue what you want him to do,  it may be time for a ‘reward marker’! Dogs modify their behaviour in response to the consequences that follow it.  This wonderfully simple scientific ‘law’ ...
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