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Goldendoodle

The Goldendoodle is simply a mongrel dog, which is obtained through breeding a poodle and golden retriever. The name was coined in the year 1992. The Goldendoodle was initially developed to act as a guiding dog for the visually impaired persons with allergies. It is more than difficult to predict the exact appearance and temperament of this dog. History and ...

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Glen of Imaal Terrier

Perhaps the greatest reason to get a Glen of Imaal Terrier is that they are observant watchdogs, yet are polite and friendly. History and Health : History : The most authoritative reports of the origin of these dogs state that during civil unrest, mercenaries hired to put down the unrest, came back and settled in the Wicklow area with hounds ...

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French Bulldog

French Bulldogs make excellent companions, family pets and watchdogs. They have unique-looking ears. History and Health : History : The French Bulldog originated, contradictorily to its name, in England in the early 19th century. In England, many dogs were bred with many other breeds of dogs. By 1850, the Toy Bulldog was produced. At about the same time, lace workers ...

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Dutch Smoushond

Dutch Smoushond is a small dog with long double cart that can be coarse. He fore legs has thin feathers unlike the hind legs, which do not have such. This dog is highly muscled and very strong. Moreover, he has a very strong jaw. Overall, the body of the dog is well rounded and close to the ground. History & ...

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Drever

Drevers are dogs that are rarely found outside of Sweden. One quirk that has been found in them is that they are stubborn and determined, and become even more so with passive human caretakers. If you are active towards your dog, then he can become a loyal and friendly follower. It has been mentioned that they are kept usually as ...

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Dandie Dinmont Terrier

This dog is low to ground and little. His large head is proportionate to his body. His skull is usually broad and muzzle deep. His nose is moderately large and lips are dark. History and Health : History : Dandies top the list of oldest and distinct terrier breeds. Since the 1700s, this breed has hardly changed. Over time, many ...

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Cockapoo

They are quite popular in both the United States and in the United Kingdom (where 461 puppies and dogs are currently being offered through one website), and have been around for about sixty years, but are not recognized by most kennel clubs (because it is a hybrid breed, which is difficult to have recognized). Perhaps more than any other dog, ...

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Chinese Crested

The Chinese dog was reared to be a companion that does not act. The dog can lie on bed for hours on end without lifting a tail. These dogs lack any desire to go and run outside like any other dogs of their nature. However, they have very strong limps and can jump over very high fences. Once it is ...

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Chihuahua

Two very common features of Chihuahuas are that they shiver when they are cold, excited or fearful (and thus should have a tiny sweater on when they are out in cold and wet weather); and that they can be harmed (even though unintentionally) by small children who do not know their own strength, and the fragility of the Chihuahua. History ...

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