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The American Eskimo is a strikingly beautiful dog both for it’s appearance and lively personality. Made popular as a circus dog in the 1930s and 40s, this dog excels as a performer in a family setting or in agility training.
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The American English Coonhound is one of the newer members of the American Kennel Club. It is also called the English Coonhound, and the Redtick Coonhound. Continue reading
I’ll admit it. I’ve always wanted an Afghan Hound because my Barbie Doll had one. And I wanted Barbie’s pretty life. But Afghans are more than just a pretty face, though you can bet that luxurious coat takes some work!
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The Affenpinscher is a balanced and sturdy breed. They are a combination of charm and spunk, with a great deal of courage and boldness. The Affenpinscher is often considered the “class clown”. Affenpinscher is German for “monkey terrier”. In France they are called “diablotin moustachu”, meaning “little moustachioed devil.” Both names aptly describe the face and temperament.
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Learn why these cats are one of America’s favorites!
I’ve always been fascinated by these elegant, yet unusual Chinese Crested dogs, especially since one of our customers began sending in photos of hers. These two are named Sassy and Allie, and they live in Miami, Florida. Somehow they look appropriate, like two starlets awaiting their yacht.
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