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Coton de Tulear Dog Breed Information Guide – All About Cotons

Indepth Coton de Tulear dog breed facts and information article provides potential Coton de Tulear owners with information about Coton de Tulear history, appearance, temperament, grooming, training your Coton de Tulear, finding a responsible Coton de Tulear breeder, Coton de Tulear dog and puppy names, Coton de Tulear pictures and much more. Meet the Coton de Tulear A member of the Bichon family, the Coton de Tulear is known for his sweet disposition, cottony-soft coat, and his ever-happy appearance. Considered a very valuable treasure, this adorable little dog often accompanied merchants and seafarers in their voyages, as well as being a favorite companion of the pirates of old.   Coton de Tulear Facts Hypoallergenic: Yes Non Shedding: Yes Life expectancy: 14 – 16 years Temperament: Playful, Affectionate, Intelligent, Lively, Trainable, Vocal Weight: Male: 4–6 kg, Female: 3.5–5 kg Height: Male: 25–30 cm, Female: 22–27 cm Colors: White, Black, Tri-color, Black & White, Lemon & White, Gray & White Average Price: $2000 to $3000 Wikipedia Coton de Tulear History A descendant of an ancient European dog, known as the Barbet, the Coton de Tulear became his own breed through a unique series of events. It was originally a short-haired relative of…

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Basenji Dog Breed Information – All About Basenjis

Basenji Dog Breed Information Guide

Is a Basenji the right breed of dog for you? Learn all about the Basenji dog breed, including photos and videos, as well as detailed info on the history, appearance, character, health, care, training and suitability of Basenjis.

Commonly known as the barkless dog, the Basenji is recognized by his sleek dingo-like appearance, catlike personality, and strangely shaped larynx which produces a sound more like a yodel than a dog’s typical bark.

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Bichon Frise Dogs

All About Bichon Frise Dogs With Pictures

If you love Bichon Frise dogs, then you’ve just dug up the right page! Our informative Bichon Frise dog breed information guide will help you learn all about this enchanting white, fluffy small dog breed.

From the breed’s history, appearance, facts, health issues and lifespan – to information on caring for and training your Bichon Frise, our breed information guide will help you decide if a Bichon is the right choice for you and your family.

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Yorkshire Terriers

All About Yorkshire Terrier Dogs and Puppies

Often called the Yorkie or Yorkie dog, the Yorkshire Terrier has enjoyed the status of a favored companion for roughly 200 years. Considered to be the second most popular breed of dog in the world (the Labrador Retriever being the first), his is a story of rags-to-riches.

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Miniature Schnauzer Dog Breed Information – All About Mini Schnauzers

Miniature Schnauzer Dog Breed Information Guide The Miniature Schnauzer is a well known, mid-sized dog. With an alert and intelligent temperament, this breed is suitable for apartment dwellers as well as for family homes with spacious yards. This robust dog is reliable and adaptable and will keep you active. The Mini is a member of the Terrier Group and recognized by the American Kennel Club (see exceptions below). This dog of German descent was originally brought to North America in the early 20th century and is is a now well established breed. Miniature Schnauzer History The Miniature Schnauzer was originally bred in Germany in the late 1800's. It was likely a cross breed between a Standard Schnauzer and an Affenpinscher. Originally, these square built dogs were bred to guard herds and small farms. Later, they were used to hunt rats and other vermin - they had (literally and figuratively) the nose for it. Early on, attempts were made to lessen the size of the Standard Schnauzer by introducing other breeds. Unfortunately, the result brought forth colours that breeders deemed unacceptable, notably white. While breeders worked toward stabilizing the genetic pool for the Miniature Schnauzer, undesirable mixes and white puppies were…

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