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Welsh Springer Spaniel

The Welsh Springer is named after the way he jumps or “springs” at game to bring it to the attention of the hunter. For more than two centuries, they were favorites of sportsmen and now, they are a favorite of families, especially those who have other pets. History and Health : History : When these dogs began is unknown. Dogs ...

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Wetterhoun

This breed of dog has traditionally been used as hunting dog. It was used to hunt some small mammals in the islands. The name of the dog is means water dog. The dog can grow up to 23 inches and generally, he weighs 35 kilograms. This dog breed has been noticed as unsuitable for those who are beginning to breed ...

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Sarplaninac

Sar is a breed of sheep guarding dog whose roots are in Serbia. He was developed for purposes of protecting personal property as well as livestock. He brings with huge working abilities. He also boasts of temperamental soundness. Sar is very large. He boasts of dense hair, which covers the entire body. Normally, the dog’s coat grows to approximately four ...

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Pumi

These dogs are relatively unknown outside Hungary, but are becoming more and more popular in Finland and Sweden. They are a good all-round breed of dogs and, perhaps because of this, one kennel club has classified them as “Miscellaneous”. History and Health : History : These dogs originated in Hungary in the 17th or 18th century when the native Puli-type ...

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Portuguese Podengo

Portuguese Podengo are primitive dogs who were originally bred for hunting. While the pequeno which is the smallest of the variety hunts rabbits the two bigger counterparts can hunt deer and wild boar as well. These dogs hunt in packs. The Pequeno variety has also become fairly popular as a pet these days. These are very lively and agile dogs ...

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Polish Hunting Dog

These dogs are relatively new; the stand for the breed was adopted just 30 years ago. Furthermore, they are not recognized by many kennel clubs. Thus there is very little useful information about them. History and Health : History : The ancestors to the Polish Hunting Dog were referenced as early as the 13th century. Poland has a vast amount ...

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Plott Hound

The Plott Hound is muscular, powerful and medium sized. His skull is usually moderately flat and comes with an excellently fitted skin. His muzzle is moderate in terms of being long and resembles a square. Both his nose and lips are usually black. He has prominent eyes that are normally hazel or brown. His hanging ears are medium in length. ...

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Norwegian Elkhound

This is one of the oldest and the most natural of all canine breeds. He was bred and developed in Norway. A mature dog stands at around 21 inches high and weighs around 55 pounds. They have a thick weather resistant overcoat while the undercoat is soft. Seasonally, the breed sheds a large volume of his undercoat. In brief, this ...

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Mudi

Mudis have always been great sheepherders known for their herding instincts. They are extremely courageous and powerful and can overpower even much bigger animals like a wild boar. These dogs have a very pleasant disposition and are loyal and protective towards their masters. These dogs are very astute and train quickly. This breed is wary of strangers but does not ...

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