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  • Affenpinscher Dog Breed This gorgeous dog is believed to have originated in Germany. Its name, Affenpinscher, translates as ‘Monkey Terrier’ which describes this little dog very well. In the farmlands of Germany they survived by hunting rats and mice and so protected the farmers’ supply of winter food. The two World Wars nearly wiped out …

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  • Afghan Hound In the country from which the breed derives its name, the Afghan hound is regarded, though unofficially, as the ‘national’ dog. Native Afghans also uphold the belief that the Afghan is the dog portrayed on the cave walls in the northern province of Balkh, which is why the Afghan has also been called …

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  • Airedale Terrier Dog Breed The Airedale Terrier is the largest of the terrier breeds. It was bred in the Aire Valley, in Yorkshire, England, from 1810 until the 1870s. The Otter hound was crossed with the now extinct Old English Black and Tan Terrier. This produced an intelligent all-round working dog, capable of hunting with …

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  • Akita Dog Breed The exact origin of the Akita remains unknown. Through skeletal remains and carbon dating, it was traced to 500 BC, although the Akita’s specific breed history has only been recorded for the past 350 years. The Akita was also known as the Odate dog – named after the rugged mountainous area of …

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  • Alaskan Malamute Dog Breed Alaskan Malamute are big, powerful active dogs that have been bred for their ability to pull heavy loads over long distances. Average lifespan These large dogs usually live for eight years, but with loving care and sound nutrition Alaskan Malamutes can live up to ten years of age. Average size and …

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  • American Bobtail The American Bobtail is generally medium to large cat, with a naturally occurring bobbed tail. The American Bobtail is athletic and usually well-muscled with a sometimes powerful look. They possess a natural hunting gaze that combined with their body type, give American Bobtail a distinctive wild appearance. Personality The American Bobtail has a wild …

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  • American Cocker Spaniel Dog Breed The Spaniel family is a large one, of considerable antiquity. There are two varieties of Cocker Spaniels – the English and the American. The American Cocker Spaniel is not a crossbred dog. It evolved in the US where breeders developed it from the English Cocker Spaniel to become the glamorous …

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  • American Curl The distinctive feature of the American Curl is their attractive, uniquely curled-back ears. Elegant, well balanced, moderately muscled, slender rather than massive in build.  They often appear well proportioned and balanced and can vary in size. Personality of American Curl American Curls have qualities other than the whimsical ears that make them attractive …

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  • American Shorthair The American Shorthair is a true breed of working cat. The general effect is that of a strongly built, well balanced, symmetrical cat with conformation indicating power, endurance, and agility.  American Shorthair  Personality When describing the American Shorthair, the expression “happy medium” springs to mind. These all-American cats are medium in size, build, …

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  • American Wirehair The American Wirehair cat resulted as a spontaneous mutation. Their coat, which is not only springy, dense, and resilient, but also coarse and hard to the touch, distinguishes the American Wirehair from all other breeds.  American Wirehair  Personality The American Wirehair’s hair may be abrasive and unruly, but their personality is anything but. American …

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  • Anatolian Shepherd Dog A native of Turkey, The Anatolian Shepherd dog was developed as a flock guard and lived a nomadic life with his master, traveling great distances across the Central Anatolian Plateau. They lived outdoors all year in very hot summers and freezing winters. The breed was developed with the physical qualities to survive; …

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  • Asian cat The Asian cat, also known as the Malayan cat, is a cat breed similar to the Burmese but in a range of different coat colours and patterns. Longhaired Asians of all varieties are called Tiffanies. Asians are grouped in the foreign section at cat shows. It is a medium-sized cat, with a muscular …

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  •  Australian Cattle Dog Breed The Australian Cattle Dog breed began evolving in the early 1830s through the need for a dog that could work cattle in Australia’s harsh environment. The breed today is the result of many years of selective breeding. First there was the crossing of the dingo with an English breed of dog, …

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  • Australian Kelpie Dog Breed The Australian Kelpie came into being last century because Australian sheep farmers needed a special type of dog that could work sheep on the vast Outback properties, and under harsh conditions. This was a result of the various breeds of sheep dogs from Europe and the UK having proven too heavily …

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  • Australian Shepherd Dog Breed The Australian Shepherd was actually developed in America, but there are many debates over the origins of the foundation stock. It is believed dogs traveled over with flocks of Merino sheep and the Basque shepherds who tended them. Some contend they came to Australia from Spain when the first Merino sheep …

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  • Australian Silky Terrier Dog Breed The Australian Silky Terrier is often said to be the result of a planned mating between an Australian Terrier and a Yorkshire Terrier, but because stud records were not kept in the early days this cannot be proved. In 1900 the Australian Terrier Club was formed, but folded a couple …

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