Schipperke Dog Breed
The Schipperke is a little sailor dog that originated in Belgium. This small dog has a sturdy and compact body, has no tail with a face that has a fox-like quality to it. He is an active, spirited, courageous breed that is an excellent guard dog, gets along well with children, and very affectionate with his owners, though he is suspicious of strangers and does not easily warm up to them...
Feb 20, 2006, 10:23
Shetland Sheepdog Breed
The Shetland Sheepdog, also known as the Sheltie, looks like a miniature rough collie. Some are bred to be slightly petite while others are bred much larger. He is a beautiful dog that has a trim and sturdy body and a face that resembles that of a fox. He has a shedding coat that is medium to long, straight, and hard with a softer undercoat...
Feb 20, 2006, 09:28
Manchester Terrier Dog Breed
The Manchester Terrier has a small, muscular body with erect ears and a short, glossy coat. He is the perfect dog for people who are looking for a small, hardy dog that also makes a wonderful sporting companion. This breed fits well to most types of family, although it tends to be a one-person dog...
Feb 20, 2006, 07:58
Japanese Chin Dog Breed
The Japanese Chin (also known as Japanese Spaniel) has a small and square body with a face that is pushed-in and puggish and protruding eyes. This breed can be easily mistaken for the Pekingese, and some believed that the 2 breeds may have evolved from a common stock...
Feb 20, 2006, 07:52
Keeping your Pit Bull away from fights with other dogs
Even if you feel confident that your Pit Bull and your other dogs are getting along well, it is still wise to separate them when you are not around to supervise. Little fights can and do happen, no matter how great they are getting along. Spats can occur over possession and control of toys or one dog can irritate the other, which can lead to a violent fight...
Feb 12, 2006, 14:12
How to Choose the Right Cat Breed
There are so many cat breeds. How can you decide which breed is right for you and your family? Follow this handy guide to select the perfect cat breed...
Jan 8, 2006, 18:21
About the Turkish Van
If you are looking for a rare, distinctive looking longhair cat, then you may want to take a close look at the Turkish Van. This cat breed is also known as the swimming cat, since the Van, unlike other cats, actually enjoys taking a leisurely swim. With their love of water, it is no wonder that these cats are named after the Lake Van region of Turkey, which is where the breed originated...
Jan 8, 2006, 05:12
Is the Turkish Angora Right For You?
If you want a longhair cat breed that is as intelligent as it is beautiful, you may want to take a look at the beautiful Turkish Angora. This breed is one of the oldest cat breeds, originating in the fourteen hundreds in Turkey. For some time, cat fanciers thought that the Angora was extinct, since imported cats had been bred so frequently to Persians to improve the Persian coat that Angoras in other countries died out...
Jan 8, 2006, 05:11
About the Tonkinese Cat Breed
If you just can't decide whether you want a Burmese cat or a Siamese cat, then you may want to consider a cat that is the descendant of both of these wonderful breeds, the Tonkinese. The Tonkinese cat breed was officially created in the nineteen sixties in North America when a Burmese cat was crossed with a Siamese. However, for many years before the breed was created, cat fanciers crossed the two breeds unofficially...
Jan 8, 2006, 05:09
About the Mysterious Sphynx
If you've always had a secret longing to own that charming little alien in the ET movie, you will probably fall in love with the Sphynx cat breed. This cat's wrinkly small face, huge ears, and enormous eyes definitely give it a very similar appearance...
Jan 7, 2006, 22:52
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