So you think you want a Boxer dog?

So you're looking at different dog breeds for pets and you're considering a Boxer dog is a definite possibility?  You're not alone. The Boxer has ranked in the top 10 of favorite purebreds by the American Kennel Club for many years now, with thousands of happy owners all across the U.S.
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Greyhounds - History and Nature

Thinking of buying a gentle dog for your family? Wondering what breed of dog is capable of acting as a great family pet? If your answer to these questions is yes, then Greyhound dogs can be your best choice.

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Chihuahua: The Smallest Dog on Earth

Chihuahua dogs are one of the most highly priced canine breeds in the world. It is nicknamed as Chichi and is considered as the smallest “god” on earth, being honored by the royal Aztecs in the ancient times.

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Beagle: The Scent Hound

Have you seen Beagle dogs? You probably own one. But, do you know that Beagles by nature are fun loving? Do you know that just like the rest of the hounds, they love to chase something that catches their attention? Well, Beagle dogs are known throughout the world as one perfect choice for family pet. They are owned and raised by hundreds of families these days simply for the reason that Beagle dogs make a great companion, even for kids.

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English Bull Dogs

One of the calmest canine breeds known on earth, the English bull dogs are believed to have developed from an ancient breed of Asiatic mastiff. It was first born in Great Britain and was named “bull dog” simply for its robust appearance of a little bull. Although considered as the gentlest kind, the English bull dogs were originally developed for bull baiting in the medieval Britain. They were sent to fields to attack bulls during that time, before the said sport was prohibited by law in the dawn of nineteenth century.

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Which Dog Breed is Suitable for You

Through the years, man has been served by many types of beasts. From cattle to horses to beasts of burden. However, out of all these, only one serves us by choice – the dog.  Scientific research and DNA evidence shows that dogs have been man’s companion since 15,000 years ago.

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