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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Welsh Corgis

Welsh Corgis Facts Despite sharing a common name, there are two distinct types of Welsh Corgis, both with diehard supporters. Cardigan and Pembroke Welsh Corgis share common ancestors, but not geographic origins. As a result, some ancestors to each breed are different and have resulted in slight differences in appearance. At first glance, and even

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Can all dogs swim?

Can All Dogs Swim?

When learning to swim people are often taught how to doggy paddle. So, it stands to reason that all dogs can swim. However, nothing would be farther from the truth. Although all dogs will naturally paddle when put in water, some breeds are physically unable to stay afloat for various reasons. Many dogs that love

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Yorkshire Terrier San Diego

Yorkie Puppies San Diego

The Yorkshire Terrier Breed Characteristics The Yorkie Breed History There’s not much debate about the origins of the Yorkshire Terrier or its popularity. Often referred to as the Yorkie, this toy breed was named after the county in England where it was bred to catch and kill rodents in textile factories. The origin of today’s

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Pug Puppy

Pug Puppies For Adoption

About Pug Puppies The Pug is a sturdy little dog whose origins can be traced back to China. It was a favorite pet of Chinese Emperors and European royalty after traders brought the breed back to Europe around the 16th century. The pleasant disposition of Pugs make them a great choice for families, even those

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About French Bulldogs

About French Bulldog Puppies for Adoption Often referred to simply as “Frenchies,” French Bulldogs were first bred in the 1800s in France. Now these playful and affectionate canines are sold and raised in homes around the world, making excellent pets for men, women and children. A Brief History As a direct descendant of English Bulldogs,

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English Mastiff

About English Mastiff Puppies for Adoption

English Mastiff English Mastiff puppies enjoy a noble history that extends back to the period of ancient Rome. They played a role in the gladiator arenas, and the Roman military even used them during periods of war. The English Mastiff appeared on the North American continent in the 1800s, and they were valued for their

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About Dachshund Puppies for Adoption

About Dachshund Puppies Bred for dog shows as frequently as for family pets, there are many different varieties of Dachshund puppies available for sale. It is this vast array of possible appearances that keeps this canine as one of the top 10 breeds being purchased in the United States. A Brief History Originally bred in

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About English Bulldogs Puppies For Adoption

About English Bulldog Puppies The English bulldog, referred to as the bulldog by the American Kennel Club, was initially bred in the United Kingdom for the sport of bull-baiting. The game was prohibited in 1835, and the days of the bulldog seemed numbered. However, English bulldog fanciers felt that preservation of the breed was worthwhile,

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Cocker Spaniel

About Cocker Spaniel Puppies

About Cocker Spaniel Puppies The term Cocker Spaniel includes both the American Cocker Spaniel and the English Cocker Spaniel. While the American version is slightly smaller than the original English canine, both breeds are used for hunting and as household pets. A Brief History First mentioned in 14th-century English writings, it appears that Cocker Spaniels

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About Chihuahua Puppies For Adoption

About Chihuahua Puppies Named for a state in Mexico, the Chihuahua is the smallest breed of dog. Their tiny size made them excellent companions for humans dating as far back as 300 B.C. when Chihuahua ancestors were buried with the ancient Toltec civilization of Mexico. A Brief History With canine ancestors seeming to date back

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