Meet the Queensland Heeler, learn about its size, shedding and more!

Queensland HeelerThe Queensland Heeler is a robust cattle dog. This breed shows a high level of agility and power. It is muscular with a determined attitude when working in the field.  Their body tends to be longer than the dog stands with a tail that is held in a lower position, usually with a subtle curve.  The round front legs are straight and end with short round toes. The broad head shows a shallow curve between the ears with a distinct stop.  Ears are set wide across the head and will remain erect when alert.

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Meet the Sarplaninac Dog, learn about its puppies and more!

Sarplaninac DogThe Sarplaninac dog is a large size canine with dense hair that covers the entire body. The coat usually grows to be approximately 4 inches (10 cm) in length with a bushy tail that curves. Feathering is common along the legs and underbelly. The thick fur covering gives the Sarplaninac a husky appearance. The nose does not protrude but looks large. Well-muscled forearms hint at the strength of the dog. Sarplaninac breeders often describe their dog’s expression as keen.

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About the Spanish Mastiff, puppies and more!

Spanish MastiffThe Spanish Mastiff is a rustic canine with a stocky build. This dog is lengthy and large, with a powerful profile and enormous chest.  The body is rectangular in shape, consisting of a strong bone structure. The head is massive and well-proportioned.  A deep muzzle, full lips and dewlap on the neck give away this breed’s mastiff heritage.  They possess double dew claws on each hind foot, much like the Great Pyrenees. The Spanish Mastiff’s fur includes a dense under layer and straight top layer which produces a wooly texture. Loose skin covers the body while longer fur grows along the tail and spine area.  The eyes are generally relaxed and small, giving the Spanish Mastiff a carefree expression.

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Find out more about the Tamaskan Dog

Tamaskan DogDescription:
The Tamaskan dog is a large size working canine that possesses a distinct athletic profile. They are easy to recognize because of their wolf-like look.  The coat is straight and thick with a bushy tail. Females usually display a feminine look that makes them easier to discern from males.  Males usually present a broader head and heavier bone structure. The eyes are almond shaped and usually appear any shade between amber and brown. Lighter eyes are possible but very rare to find in this breed. They should never have blue or mismatched eyes.

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All About the Teacup Poodle, in this case, size isn’t everything!

Teacup PoodleDescription:
Teacup toy poodles are tiny canines that have become very popular among toy breed enthusiasts. This canine is an unofficial size variation of the well-known poodle. It is actually a toy version that is extremely small. There is no official breed standard for the teacup size because it is actually a smaller group within the toy poodle category. Selective breeding is required to achieve the miniscule stature that makes these dogs appealing to some owners.

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More Info about the Pudelpointer, puppies, temperament and breeders

PudelpointerDescription:
The Pudelpointer is a German breed that was designed to be a very versatile hunter. They point, or direct their muzzle in the direction of nearby game, often raising one paw. The average Pudelpointer will display a dense coat that is very wiry. This quality is especially evident around the muzzle. The American Kennel Club (AKC) does not currently have an official standard for Pudelpointer breeders the Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI) standard is referred to instead.

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Learn about the Patterdale Terrier, its temperament and more….

Patterdale TerrierDescription:
The Patterdale Terrier is a well-balanced canine with a strong head wedge shaped profile. The skull and muzzle length can be equal or the muzzle can be slightly shorter. The dog’s bite should be level with no broken teeth, which can occur in working animals. The eyes are fairly wide and should never bulge or protrude. Eye color should match the dog’s coat but never appear blue. Non-liver color dogs will have a black nose while liver colorations will have a reddish nose. The tail is high set but should not be carried over the back. Those who have their Patterdale Terrier’s tail docked should only have ¼ to 1/3 removed. The canine’s fur is stiff and dense and will fall back into place when ruffled.

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All about the Northern Inuit Dog, its temperament and more…

Northern Inuit DogDescription:
The Northern Inuit dog has a medium build and is very similar in shape and appearance to a wolf. True examples of the breed should possess a double layered coat. The tail should be straight. Curled tails are viewed as a fault in the individual dogs of this breed. Their ears are pointed and held upright, much like their wild cousins. Although the Northern Inuit dog is attractive in many ways, it is not yet a recognized breed by any of the major kennel clubs. It is an unrecognized crossbreed intended to create a domesticated canine that resembles a wolf.

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Read about the Fila Brasileiro, its puppies, temperament and more!

Fila Brasileiro DogDescription:
The Fila Brasileiro mastiff is a canine with large bones and a bulky build. The dog is very similar to other mastiffs because of its saggy face which includes hanging skin. Their bodies are rectangular in shape and though they are big they are very agile. The back and neck region is well-muscled and the chest is deep and broad.  This breed possesses a unique blend of prowess and strength when it comes to movement. When something catches the attention of a Fila Brasileiro dog, the canine will appear alert and firm.

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Read about the Black Mouth Cur Dog, its history, size and more!

Black Mouth Cur DogDescription:
Take one look at a Black Mouth Cur dog and you will know that this is not an indoor animal. This breed is strong and designed to manage rugged terrain with zeal.  They have sturdy legs and cam have one of two types of coats. One litter can produce both coat types. The most distinctive characteristic of Black Mouth Cur dogs is the dark muzzle. This is a requirement for authentic examples of the breed.  Medium size ears that hang and a deep chest are also trademarks of this type of canine.  Tail length will vary from very long to short at birth. Some owners have their pet’s tail docked.

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