Breeds

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The Pekingese

A favourite of the Chinese Imperial Court, the Pekingese was first bred to represent the spirit of Buddha and the dogs were frequently given titles such as "Viceroy" or "Imperial Guardsman." more
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The Border Collie

Unmatched in brains, instinct, and endurance, these dogs can do just about anything—and do it superbly. more
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The Shih-tzu

Traditionally, in Tibet, the Shih Tzu's birthplace, dogs were held in such high esteem that they were never sold, but only given as gifts. more
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The Greyhound

Despite his love of running, the Greyhound is essentially a couch potato. more
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The Beagle

These little hound dogs were bred to work in packs and have a strong need for companionship. more
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The Schnauzer

“The Schnauzer, a sometimes mischievous, quick and active dog is…a sensible, honest and reliable working dog with a superbly intelligent mind.” more
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The German Shorthaired Pointer

A Hanoverian Prince made the creation of an all-around dog breed his passion. more
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The Pug

Every Pug believes himself to be a Very Important Pug. more
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The Poodle

Will that be a tall, grande, or venti? A hike in the woods or window shopping downtown? In the world of Poodles, there are more options than you can shake a leash at. more

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