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Is An Akita Inu The Correct Dog For You?

03rd June 2011
Taking treatment of Akitas is fairly simple, in spite of their massive size. They really don't involve considerably from you besides foods, water, exercising, and a whole lot of appreciate and training. Akitas are made use of by several people today as gu... Read >
Author: Jerome Heath

Are Bichon Frise Good for People with Allergies?

12th April 2011
No breed of dogs is guaranteed to be hypoallergenic in everyone, but the bichon frise is one of the breeds the American Kennel Club suggests that people with dog allergies consider buying. The bichon has a fluffy coat, but that need not deter allergic dog... Read >
Author: CamilleGoldin

Cane corso puppies

07th March 2011
The Cane Corso is a catch dog used with cattle and swine, and also in wild boar hunts. It is also used by night watchmen, keepers, and, in the past, by carters. In the more distant past this breed was common all over Italy as an ample iconography and his... Read >
Author: syces

Pet Care & Pet Insurance: Is It Worth It?

20th January 2011
The idea of pet insurance has been around since the late 1800ís. The first policies were based around horses and livestock, rather than cats, dogs and such. Pet insurance started getting popular in Britain in the late 1940ís. The first pet insurance polic... Read >
Author: Gene Hollowell

The Problem With White Dobermans

13th March 2009
Most people are familiar with black and rust Dobermans and red and rust Dobermans, and maybe even blue or fawn and rust Dobermans. Since the 1970s, a fifth Doberman "color" has been established. In 1976, Padulas Queen Shebah was born to 2 black and rust D... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

Pomeranians Are Excellent Watch Dogs

01st April 2008
Being a breed that enjoys a profuse and also dense coat of hair, Pomeranian grooming requires lots of brushing and shedding. No doubt the Pomeranian does have attributes that endears him to his owners including being very intelligent, courageous and loy... Read >
Author: Rosie Allan

The Evolution Of The Yorkshire Terrier

24th January 2008
In 2006, the American Kennel Club announced that the Yorkshire Terrier was the second most popular purebred dog in America. They are poised to become the nation's most popular dog - even over the ubiquitous Labrador Retriever. Where did the Yorkshire Terr... Read >
Author: Susan Bailey

How To Find Rottweiler Breeders In Your Area

23rd January 2008
It is finally time to get yourself the Rottweiler you have been talking about and all you need now is a handy guide to all of the Rottweiler breeders in your area. You can always just use the phone book but there are many other ways you can use to find go... Read >
Author: Sharon Davies

Basic German Shepherd Information

23rd January 2008
The German Shepherd dog has a relatively short history though it is a well-loved and well-worked dog today. The breed began in Germany in 1899 and was registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1911. By World War I, over 48,000 German Shepherds wer... Read >
Author: Jan Ryan

Dachshund - The Wiener Dog Breed Description

20th May 2006
Dachshunds originated in Germany and are known to have existed as far back as the 16th century. Dachshunds were bred to hunt badgers, wild boar and other types of small animals. In German, Dachs means badger and Hund means dog, showing the emphasis the br... Read >
Author: Josh Emsley

The Boston Terrier: A Very Self Sufficient Dog and a Great Family Pet

20th April 2006
The Boston Terrier has been nicknamed the American Gentleman because of its wonderful, gentle disposition and its tuxedo like coat. One of the few breeds that is truly "made in the USA". Boston Terriers are rated by the American Kennel club as one of t... Read >
Author: steve Allison

The New Designer Dogs

16th February 2006
We have all heard of "designer dogs". The Puggles, Malt-A-Poos and Chorkies have been favored by celebrities because they are expensive, trendy and very cute. Many of these hybrid dogs have wardrobes that we can only dream about. Other designer dogs ar... Read >
Author: Mike Mathews

Shih Tzu Grooming Is Art, Skill, Trade, And A Profession

29th November 2005
Shih Tzu grooming can be compared to human beauty culture because it is the beautification of the Shih Tzu breed. The art of Shih Tzu grooming is aimed at creating a reasonable facsimile of a normal specimen of the Shih Tzu breed. The attendance of Shih T... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Color And Appearance In The Beginning and Now

30th October 2005
There is no fixed color for the shih tzu according to the American Kennel Club standards. The standard weight set by American Kennel Club is 9 to 16 lbs. However, all colors are permissible, and the shih tzu comes in such a variety of colors, different to... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Highly Prized Colors And Markings

30th October 2005
By the 1930's, the Peking Kennel Club was faced with the existence of a variety of colors. The Peking Kennel Club wanted to do justice to the facts of history regarding the highly favoured Imperial color of "Tawny or honey-coloured or Golden - The Yellows... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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