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Why The Alaskan Malamute is Not a Breed for Everyone

If you are planning to get an Alaskan Malamute, you should first realize that this dog is not a breed for everyone. With its superior intelligence and stubborn nature, an Alaskan Malamute is one dog that is very difficult to train and command. It is definitely not a suitable breed for first time dog owners. [...]

Owning a Xoloitzcuintli :The Good and the Bad

If you are planning to get a Xoloitzcuintli, it is important to find out if this breed is indeed suitable for you and your household. While this dog has many lovable traits, it also possesses some characteristics that make it quite difficult to handle. It truly depends on how much time and effort you can afford to make it your perfect companion. [...]

Five Reasons a Bloodhound is not for Everyone

There are some reasons why a Bloodhound might not be right for you including their size, tendency to drool, they are not the smartest dog outside of their excellent sense of smell, their short life span, and they are terribly unmotivated. As one can see, they are basically a hyperactive dog that has to be watched all the time to make sure they do not eat something that can harm them. [...]

Who Makes a Good Bloodhound Owner? - Five Reasons to Love a Bloodhound

A good Bloodhound owner is someone who has a leisurely lifestyle and spends time at home or in the yard. You should not have a fast lifestyle or do a lot of traveling. The best owner for a Bloodhound is someone who wants a dog for companionship and love. The owner of a Bloodhound should have plenty of time to train and play with the dog. You need to have patience and understanding. Plenty of understanding is actually required. [...]

Choosing a Toy Manchester for the Family

The Toy Manchester Terrier would not make a great pet for everyone so it is important for families to not only evaluate themselves but also understand the basic characteristics of the Toy Manchester. As a family, do you have an active lifestyle full of outdoor activities or are you more of the housebound, indoor type? Do you have patience and a sense of humor with the need to give love and feel love? If so, then you are probably a great candidate for a Toy Manchester Terrier. [...]

Living Conditions of the English Toy Spaniel

The English Toy Spaniel loves to be treated as royalty! There are several things that you can and should do to make the environment of your English toy spaniel, or Charlie, comfortable. [...]

Living Conditions of the English Toy Spaniel

The English Toy Spaniel loves to be treated as royalty! There are several things that you can and should do to make the environment of your English toy spaniel, or Charlie, comfortable. [...]

What you should have before your Gordon Setter comes home

Before you introduce your Gordon Setter to his new home, there are a few basic items that you should purchase. Having these items in advance will guarantee a smooth transition and eliminate any unnecessary problems in those first crucial weeks. Knowing what items your Gordon Setter will need to be comfortable, happy and healthy is essential to beginning the training and socialization processes quickly. [...]

The Alaskan Klee Kai An In-Town Version Of An Arctic Favorite

The Alaskan Klee Kai is a new version of an old arctic favorite. Still a very young and rare dog breed, the Alaskan Klee Kai has proven to be everything its originators wanted it to be. [h]On You Tiny Huskies[/h] The Alaskan Klee Kai breed was initiated in the mid 1970's by Linda Spurlin after chancing upon a miniature Alaskan Husky at the home of relatives in Oklahoma. [...]

The Alaskan Klee Kai As Watchdog

The Alaskan Klee Kai is being touted as an ideal companion and house (or apartment dog). Small in stature, intelligent, and caring, the Alaskan Klee Kai quickly takes to life in the home and proves itself as a useful watchdog to boot. [...]

Creating A New Breed: Linda Spurlin & The Alaskan Klee Kai

How do you create an entirely new breed of dog? You start with a dream, add persistence and dedication, and multiply by excellence in breeding standards-precisely the way Linda Spurlin developed the Alaskan Klee Kai. [...]

American Pit Bull Terrier: A Fearsome Reputation

The American Pit Bull Terrier has received a lot of negative publicity in recent years, which has given it a fearsome reputation. This reputation has led to a general dislike of the breed among the overall public, and has even led to increases in insurance premiums for owners and local bans on the dogs. The fearsome reputation of the American Pit Bull Terrier stems from a series of well-publicized attacks by dogs of the breed, a number of which resulted in human fatalities. [...]

Buying And Selection Guide For The American Pit Bull Terrier

The American Pit Bull Terrier is a dog that has received a lot of publicity both in support and in criticism of the breed. But by and large, the majority of Pit Bulls have proven themselves as very good pets and service animals. Before you bring home a 'pittie' as they are so often affectionately referred to, you should do some research to ensure that you are bringing home a safe, healthy animal. [...]

Nature Or Nurture: The American Pit Bull Terrier Controversy

The nature vs. nurture controversy is one that is often applied in the arguments for and against the American Pit Bull Terrier. Whatever your perception of this loved and hated dog breed may be, one thing is certain-if you are thinking about owning an American Pit Bull Terrier, you'll need to carefully research all the possibilities. [...]

The American Water Spaniel That Can't Swim

It would seem strange to come across a Siberian Husky that doesn't howl or a Greyhound that doesn't like to run. The same can be said for the American Water Spaniel that doesn't like to swim or has an aversion to water. Nonetheless, these quirks can be found in a number of breeds from time to time. Though it can depend quite a bit on environment, and temperament, an American Water Spaniel's personality may just lead it to be the type that does not enjoy swimming or hunting altogether. [...]

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