Breeds

The Shetland Sheepdog or simply known as the Sheltie is one of the dog breeds around the world whose origin is not exactly defined. What's certain, however, is the fact that the Sheltie is a supposed original resident of the rocky region of the Shetland Island in Scotland. Physically, this breed appears like a miniature Collie but in fact, the breeding was never intended to achieve this kind of result.
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The American Cocker Spaniel is a medium sized breed of gun dog that developed from the same family as the English Cocker Spaniel. This breed originated from England and originally hunted woodcock and this is where the name cocker was derived. During the 1940s, the cocker was introduced and developed in the US and this new breed was named the American Cocker Spaniel.

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White German Shepherd dogs are well known for their distinctive characteristic as being fearless and direct. They are also alert and eager to provide any assistance whenever needed. In whatever circumstance, they are the kind of breed that is always associated with being friendly.
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Spaniel dog breeds were first seen at the onset of the medieval era. According to dog breed historians, this dog breed are seen on the paintings of some famous artists. Originally, this dog breed came into existence to serve as a companion for hunting. The name of this dog breed is obtained from the dog's capability to spring the game bird into the air when guns were not invented yet.
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The Australian Cattle Dogs origin is hard to identify because no one has documented the development of this breed. It was in the past that several breeding processes were done just to produce a breed that suits the remote or rural areas of Australia. This breed was determined as a unique breed at the onset of 1897.
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A Pit bull refers to the dog breed that belongs to the Molosser family. There are three specific types under pit bull family: Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier which is also known as Amstaff, and the most popular American Pit bull Terrier or APBT. Even other breeds that are produced from mating a pit bull and other breed type are also called pit bulls which should not be.
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