Interesting Facts, Tips And Tricks For Pet Lovers

All about the American Bullnese

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  Being a fan of short-nosed dogs and the bull breeds, Florida-born Robert E. Rice created the American Bullnese in the late 1980s. The American Bullnese is a combination of 5 different breeds, only two of which are the Pekingese and the French Bulldog. The three other breeds remain secret.  Rice insist that the American Bullnese did not came from the American Bulldog line. The Bullnese breed have the appearance of an active and muscular dog. The breed is short and squat with a heavy head and upper body. With a pushed in face and lightly hanging jowls, these breed...

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All about the Scottish Fold

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  The origin of the Scottish Fold breed is traced back to 1961 in Scotland. The original Scottish Fold was a white barn cat named Susie. Susie had an unusual ears that has fold in the middle making her looked like cuddly owl. A shepherd named William Ross acquired one of the Susie’s kittens from a neighbouring farmer and cat-fancier. Susie’s kitten was later on bred to local farm cats and British Shorthairs which led to the foundation of the Scottish Fold breed. The breed now ranks at 17th in popularity among the CFA-recognized breeds. The Scottish Fold was granted...

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Ancient Dog Breeds

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15,000 years ago since humans started domesticating dogs. We develop different breeds for our varied work needs, climates, cultures, and environments. Over time, some dog breeds became extinct but some developed into new breeds. Most breeds have significant changes. Limited breeds however, even after thousand of years, have minimal changes and remain similar to their dog ancestors. Samoyed Samoyeds are one of the ancient dog breeds. History says that this breeds work with Northern Siberian nomads known as the Samoyed people. These early working dogs were used for herding and protected reindeer. Peruvian Inca Orchid This breed was held in...

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Friendliest Dog Breeds

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  There is no doubt in the friendliness and loyalty of dogs. But there are some breeds that are considered to be more friendly and sociable. If you’re looking for an affable pup, let this list help you to choose the right dog for you and your family. Irish Setter Labrador Retriever Beagle Boxer Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Poodle Boston Terrier Pembroke Welsh Corgi Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen   A dog’s friendliness doesn’t necessarily depend on breed. Most dogs are sociable if they have been exposed to new people, places and experiences as they were growing up....

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Most popular service dog breeds

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In times of danger, service dog breeds are always present to give us humans a helping paw. Before, there are only specific dog breeds that are raised and trained to respond to any sorts of dangers and calamities. But in the modern times, there are a wide variety of dog breeds as service dogs. These dogs are trained for search and rescue and seeing-eye dogs. However, there are specific dog breeds that makes the great candidate when the need of help arises. Here is a list of the best breeds that are qualified for service and do risky task: Labrador...

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