Dog Breeds

Selecting from so many dog breeds with allow you to pick a "best friend" who knows all your defects and still appreciates and loves you despite them. There is a saying "man's best friend" which refers to a dog and has been used in many movies, books, people have even tattooed it on their bodies etc. Despite how over excessively that phrase is used, there still remains a lot of truth and acuity in it. As we all know, mankind in general has many defects, but our dogs still love us despite them.

Selecting from so many dog breeds with allow you to pick a "best friend" who knows all your defects and still appreciates and loves you despite them. There is a saying "man's best friend" which refers to a dog and has been used in many movies, books, people have even tattooed it on their bodies etc. Despite how over excessively that phrase is used, there still remains a lot of truth and acuity in it. As we all know, mankind in general has many defects, but our dogs still love us despite them. Probably one of the worse defects we humans have is our greed and selfishness, and unfortunately these have affected our friends the dogs. We live in a very fast paced society that is obsessed with speed and only we only show our gratification to the ones we love for a few mere seconds each day. There are cases of people that don't even know the breed of dog they have bought but that are perfectly aware of which is the dog that is in style and fashion for the season. If you ar

Dog Breeds

German Shepherd

Welsh Terrier

American Cocker

Groendaell or Belgian Shepherd

Dandie Dinmont Terrier

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Collie

Norwich Terrier

Cocker

Shetland Shepherd, Shetland or Sheltie

Scottish Terrier

Clumber Spaniel

Bobtail

Sealyham Terrier

Springer Spaniel

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Skye Terrier

Irish Water Spaniel

Briard or Brie shepherd

West Highland
White Terrier

Maltese

Pumi

Boston Terrier

Caniche or Poodle

Affenpinscher or Monkey Pinscher

Bull Terrier

Belgian Griffon

Doberman

Yorkshire Terrier

Hairless Dogs

Miniature Pinscher

Kerry Blue Terrier

Lhassa Apso

Schnauzer

Teckel

Shih Tsu

Boxer

Siberian Husky

Chihuahua

Bulldog

Alaskan Malamute

Dalmatian

Bullmastiff

Spitz

King Charles Knight

German Mastiff or
Great Dane

Chow-Chow

King Charles Spaniel

Bordeaux Mastiff

Basenji

Chin or Japanese Spaniel

Mastiff or English Mastiff

St. Hubert Hound or Bloodhound

The Pekinese Spaniel

Neapolitan Mastiff

Foxhound

French Bulldog

Rottweiler

Beagle

Pug

Hovawart

Basset Hound

Barzoï

Leonberger

Bavarian Red Dog

Greyhound

Pyrenean Mastiff

German Short-Haired Pointer

Small Italian Greyhound

Newfoundland

Stichelhaar, Pudelpointer & Spinone

Sloughi or Arab Greyhound

Saint Bernard

Weimar Pointer

Afghan Greyhound

Airedale Terrier

Hungarian Pointer or Viszla

Irish Greyhound or
Irish Wolfhound

Manchester Terrier

Large Munsterlander

Ibizan Hound

Lakeland Terrier

Brittany Spaniel

Whippet

Border Terrier

Pointer

Wachtelhund

Fox Terrier

English Setter

Golden Retriever

Irish Terrier

Gordon Setter

Labrador Retriever

Jagdterrier or
German Terrier

Bedlington

Great Swiss
Mountain Dog

e thinking of getting a dog, you need to become educated about it. A person who is looking into it must know that dog's require a lot of attention and that they are a lot of work; a dog needs to eat and drink, be bathed, it needs attention, time and education, just like a child. Dogs get sick, become depressed, disobey too, just like kids; they bark, they mess things up, they dig, fight, throw farts, cry, howl, etc.

A dog is not something you can just acquire and then get rid of when you get tired…. a dog is to be kept and needs to become part of the family. A dog, whether you like it or not, is like having an adopted child, your own child. Dogs love and need love, they respond to love sincerely and unconditionally. A selfish person should reconsider getting a dog, and should certainly not have children either. Generally dogs that are around or live with these types of people are not happy and turn out to be nasty and problematic, and will very likely end up abandoned on the street. In the United States alone, about twelve million dogs are sacrificed each year. The amount speaks for itself. There are tons of dogs that end up living on the streets.

A new craze has come up and dogs are now the new fad and having one has become the latest style. We can see Hollywood stars, presidents, and princes etc who all have their favorite type of do

Before Buying a Dog

Dog Diet

Variety of Dog Breeds

Dog Care

Buying a Puppy

Reproduction and Breeding

Healthy Puppy

Sick Dog

Understanding and Training a Dog

Dog Terminology

g. Obviously when these people show up on TV showing off their decked out dog, they attract the attention of the viewers and then all of a sudden everyone wants one of those dogs. These types of fads have been going on for years and are nothing new, the problem is that each time they become more extreme. Now, we are not saying that there is anything wrong with people wanting to pamper their dogs with luxuries, that's fine, the problem is that when there is so much demand for a specific dog, usually opportunists launch into this market without really knowi

Dogs Throughout History

Hygiene, Care and Precaution

What Kind Of Dog Do I Want?

First Thing, Bathe Your Dog

How To Choose The Desired Puppy?

Where Is The Dog Going To Sleep?

Puppy From A Protection Society

Your Dog Will Feel Happy In City

Arriving Home

Half-Breed Dogs Also Need Special Care

If The Puppy Is Born At Home

Dogs With Rabies

Nursing For A Month And A Half

The Fight Against Dog Parasites

Weaning

The Fight Against Dog Worms

The Puppy's Diet

Fever And Dry Nose

Between Three Months Old And A Year

Eczema No Respect Full-Breed Dog

When The Puppy Is No Longer A Puppy

Rheumatism, Your Dog's Enemy

Training Your Puppy

Taking Care Of A Half-Breed Dog's Paws

Train Your Puppy To Be Clean

Teething

The Daily Walks

Puppies with Rickets

Attentions And Prizes

Street Accidents

The Dog's Hygiene

How To Administer Medication

How And When To Bathe The Dog

Try To Prevent Births

Time For Vaccines

Dog Sterilization

Visiting the Veterinarian

Dogs and Children

The Half-Breed Dog

Dogs Also Get Nervous

Identifying The Origins

Providing Your Dog With A Happy Old Age

Fox-Terrier Type

All Your Dog Gave You Was Love

Lulu Type

General Suggestions

Shepherd Type

Treating Your Dog for Worms

Hunting Dog Type

How Fleas Are And How To Attack Them

Is The Half-Breed Dog Smarter

Recommendations For Puppies

The Dog's Desire To Have A Master

Dog Identification

Let's Be Proud Of Our Half Breed Dogs

Vaccination

If The Dog Is Ugly, It Doesn't Matter

Other Common Diseases

Too Bad The Half-Breed Dog Cost Nothing

Canine Parvovirus

Some Negative Attitudes In Dogs

Canine Distemper

Dominant Aggressiveness Amongst Dogs

Hip Dysplasia

Anxiety Due To Separation

Your Dog's Skin

Inadequate Elimination

Bathing Tips

Summary

house Dogs

Marking The Territory With Urine

 

ng about dogs, obviously these people are just trying to make a quick buck and these dogs are produced in mass. Keep in mind that dogs that are bred this way are usually the worse tempered ones; they have poorly structured bones such as their hips, they often times have all types of genetic health problems, all of which will cause a lot of suffering to the dog.

It's been proven that almost all the dogs that have become super popular have become ruined by so called inexperienced "breeders" who don't understand anything about dogs now how they reproduce etc. Look at the case of the almost schizophrenic Irish setter of the 70's, the small-headed Doberman of the 80's and so forth that have terribly affected these dogs. Fortunately though, there are serious and reputable breeders and that are set out to rescue and help dogs. These breeders have kept good representatives of the breed with the correct morphologies and balanced temperaments. Real breeders have been breeding before all these fad dogs came into the picture and will continue doing so after the fad is over. If you are interested in getting an in style dog, you will have to learn about them first. You will need to know about the breed, what they require, their character and aptitudes etc, Dog Potty Training before going to the pet store and pulling out that credit card. That cute little pup might just give you some big unexpected surprises like eating the leather in your car, or urinating and pooping in the living room…. oh, and don't be surprised if the veterinarian bills are higher than your mechanic bills.

 
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