Dog Breeds That Start With C
Thinking of adopting a Cane Corso dog or puppy? Our Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) dog breed information guide will help you in making a decision about whether the Cane Corso dog breed is right for you and your family.
Our guide offers a wealth of information about this extra large dog breed. Learn about the history, appearance, personality, temperament, health issues, training, grooming, care, feeding and keeping of one of these unique giant breed dogs. Continue reading
All About Collie Dogs and Puppies
Thanks to the famously serendipitous Lassie, the Collie is probably the best known breed in North America. The Collie sports a lustrous sable coat that dances in the wind, and an alert, intelligent expression that is universally loved.
The Collie was bred as a herding dog and his love of chasing all that moves remains today. Collies are an elegant and loyal breed that gives as much affection as he receives. There is a certain glamour that is inextricably tried to the Collie, a sense of awe and admiration is common with onlookers. Famously intelligent, and fashionably groomed, the Collie is by all accounts, a star!
All About Pembroke Welsh Corgi Dogs and Puppies
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi was first developed in Pembrokeshire, Wales as an all purpose working and herding dog. It is thought that this breed is a descendent from Spitz-type ancestors and was brought to Wales by Flemmish weavers. Over the generations that followed, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi’s appearance and size evolved somewhat but his herding instincts remain.
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a handsome and friendly dog. He is solidly built and naturally tailless. The Pembroke’s temperament has been described as a big dog in a small body; distinct of character and heaps of fun.
All About Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dogs and Puppies
Whether you live in an apartment, or a castle, this regal little dog makes an excellent companion!
All About Chihuahua Dogs and Puppies
The Chihuahua is the smallest breed of dog, although their personality is anything but pint-sized. As many Chihuahua owners will attest, every Chihuahua is an alpha-dog.
The Chihuahua has a clouded history and although an old breed, they are relatively new to the United States and Canada. The Chihuahua is a saucy, devoted pet that needs lots of love but only a few other requirements. Exercise and grooming are minimal, but feeding his temperamental palate can be a headache. This tiny dog is well suited for apartment dwellers and ideal for the elderly. The Chihuahua’s distinctive features and bubbly personality make this small-scale pet a prodigious companion.
All About Cockapoo Dogs and Puppies
The Cockapoo is a mixed breed dog, combining the best traits of two popular dog breeds – the Poodle and the Cocker Spaniel. Possibly the first of the designer dog breeds, Cockapoos first entered the picture officially in the 1950’s and have found their way into the hearts and homes of dog lovers worldwide ever since.
Cockapoos are registerable with both the North American Cockapoo Registry and the
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The Cockapoo Club of America now recognizes two distinct variations of the Cockapoo Breed; The English Cockapoo™ and the American Cockapoo™. As you may have guessed, these two varations were named according to the Cocker Spaniel side of the family – whether an AKC Registered English Cocker Spaniel or an AKC Registered American Cocker Spaniel were bred to an AKC Registered Poodle – whether Toy, Miniature or Standard.