breed type american bulldog
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American Bulldog

Introduction of American Bulldog The American bulldog is a strong, athletic bully breed. This dog is goofy and stubborn, and he loves to play. The breed is also known as the “Ambull,” and is descended from the Old English bulldog. The AKC does not recognize the American bulldog as a breed, but this dog is well-known and well-loved in the U.S. regardless. Read on to learn more about the American bulldog. Owning an American Bulldog? Having an American Bulldog can bring a lot of joy to your life, and keeping your dog comfy and healthy is essential to a happy…

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breed type alaskan malamute
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Alaskan Malamute

Introduction of Alaskan Malamute The Alaskan malamute, affectionately nicknamed “Mal” or “Mals,” is a lovable and playful breed known for its stubborn nature and high intellect. Originally bred by the Mahlemiut, an Inuit tribe located in northwest Alaska, the Mal remains true to its original purpose. Malamutes were bred for sledging, to pull large, heavy loads in packs. Specifically, they were used for hauling the day’s hunting load, including polar bears, seals, and other large Alaskan game. The Alaskan malamute is known for its affectionate and people-loving personality, making the breed great family pets for an active lifestyle. Read on…

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breed type akita
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Akita

Introduction of Akita The Akita is a prolific Japanese breed. Entwined in the island’s culture and history, these working dogs are more than guardians. Today, they retain some interesting and appealing characteristics, but can also be quite the handful. Read on to learn more about the Akita. Description of the Akita These dogs are big and thick in a similar visage of many other northerly breeds. Their double coat is dense and rich, offering protection from the cold, and a fuzzy outer layer. This coat can be many shades and patterns of black, brown, fawn, red, silver, and white. The…

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breed type afghan hound
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Afghan Hound

Introduction of Afghan Hound The Afghan Hound is a truly ancient breed, older than written history itself. Bred for grace and speed, these are sighthounds, which are able to track and chase down prey with wicked speed. As pets, these dogs are aristocratic in bearing, but can let their goofy side shine with those that they love. Read on to learn more about the Afghan Hound. Description of the Afghan Hound These dogs are known for their gorgeous coats. It comes in many, many shades, and even more markings. Silky, thick, and long it ranges the gamut: black, blue, black…

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breed type affenpinscher
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Affenpinscher

Introduction of Affenpinscher The Affenpinscher is a small and sprightly dog that is most famous for its amusing antics. These “ape‑ish” looking dogs act with purpose and seriousness, though their goal is often something silly, and provides their owners with nonstop entertainment. Those that know and love this breed often say that their bold little dogs own them, and not the other way around! If you want an adorable and feisty breed, then these pups are the perfect choice for you. Read on to learn more about the Affenpinscher. Description of the Affenpinscher The name Affenpinscher is German, and translates…

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American Water Spaniel

Introduction of American Water Spaniel The American Water Spaniel, AWS for short, is a happy and hard-working breed. They are, as their name might suggest, great in the water and were bred for hunting waterfowl. Their soft and thick fur is not only pleasing to touch, but keeps them dry and warm in the water. These charming and vivacious dogs are excellent companions for hunters and families alike. Read on to learn more about the American Water Spaniel. Description of the American Water Spaniel These active dogs are compact and hardy. Bred in the Great Lakes region of the upper…

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