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Breeds 101

Breeding began when humans realized canids possessed a wide range of desired abilities such as hunting, herding, tracking, protecting, etc. Since then, they began an intentional selection of advantageous traits, which were reinforced in successive generations, by crossing the dogs that exhibited those characteristics. 70 more words

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My experience with our new dog house

As most of you know a couple of weeks ago we bought a new dog house for our family member. Today I would like to share our experiences about the… 292 more words

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All About: Boxers

Mischievous and playful, Boxers make wonderful additions to any family. They are highly intelligent and active with their families, but can be possessive and protective if necessary towards strangers. 429 more words

All About: American Staffordshire Terriers

The American Staffordshire Terrier is a close cousin to the British-bred Staffordshire Bull Terrier. When brought to the United States, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier was bred to be compact and muscular, ideal for dog fighting. 331 more words

All About: Rottweilers

Originating in Germany, Rottweilers were working dogs for farmers and cattle headers. They wavered in popularity, going from almost extinct in the 1800s to being recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1931. 307 more words