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Jul
03

All About American Eskimo Dogs

All About American Eskimo Dogs

I know that you find American Eskimo dogs so irresistibly cute with all those fluffy hairs and stuffs! And he can be a real charmer too, since American Eskimo dogs are naturally very friendly, playful and devoted, which no doubt you’ll find a very pleasing trait for an incredibly cute dog. But, do you really know all there is to know about American Eskimo dogs? Read more to find out!

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Jul
03

All About Dachshund Dogs

All About Dachshund Dogs

Nicknamed as "wiener" dog, hot dog, or sausage dog, dachshund dogs are an increasingly popular breed of because of its unique physiology. And because it’s main use in the past, as a badger dog employed to hunt and exterminate badgers that routinely destroy farmlands by clogging up waterways, its main implement nowadays is a family dog.

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Jul
03

All About Dalmatians

All About Dalmatians

One of the oldest purebreds, Dalmatians became prominent worldwide as a result of the 1956 101 Dalmatians novel by Dodie Smith. The subsequent animation by Walt Disney and the 1996 live action movie of the same title that featured real Dalmatian dogs, all have catapulted Dalmatian dogs as one of the best recognized breed around the globe. But that however didn’t spare Dalmatian dogs from irresponsible or less informed owners, giving the dogs sobriquets that are rather undeserved.

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Jul
03

Which Dog Breed is Suitable for You

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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Jul
03

English Bull Dogs

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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Jul
03

Beagle: The Scent Hound

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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