Bichon Frise

All About Bichon Frise Dogs and Puppies

Originally developed in the Mediterranean, the Bichon Frise is a descendant of the Barbet, a variety of Water Spaniel that was common to that area. While he was first called the Barbichon, his name would eventually be shortened to Bichon and, originally, this unique little dog was divided up into four different categories: the Bichon Teneriffe, the Bichon Maltais, the Bichon Bolognais, and the Bichon Havanais. Regardless of what number of names he was known by, he would eventually come to be one of the most popular breeds of small dog in the world. How was it that this little powder puff of a dog came to be so widely-known? Most Bichon fans will tell you that its all about the personality.

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Newfoundland Dogs

Newfoundland Dogs

All About Newfoundland Dog Dogs and Puppies

The Newfoundland Dog is one of the world’s most recognizable breeds. If you have ever visited his namesake’s Canadian province, then you will have a better understanding of the Newfie dog’s attributes. The province of Newfoundland is rugged and sea-loving and its people are warm and gentle, with patience for those in need. Indeed, this is precisely the temperament of the Newfoundland Dog.

Early on, the Newfoundland Dog was a tireless worker. His enormous strength and unbridled courage made him a lifesaving resource on land and at sea. Today, the Newfoundland’s duties as a lifesaving dog are not totally retired, but generally, he is a beloved pet. Although, some Newfoundland Dogs have the rather posh job of a provincial mascot, touring far and wide representing his home. And, while on tour, the Newfoundland Dog is the star attraction to all he meets.

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Sable Pomeranian Dog

Pomeranians

All About Pomeranian Dogs and Puppies

Belonging to a group of dogs, known as the Spitz family, the Pomeranian is a descendant of working sled dogs from Lapland and Iceland. Surprisingly, however, he did not earn his name for the places that he originated but, rather, for the place that he was bred down into a toy size. Pomerania, now known as the present day Germany and Poland, made up the Baltic seas southern coast. It is here that the Pomeranian was bred down from his larger 20-30 pound size, and became the toy variety that we know and love today.

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Long Haired Chihuahua Puppy

Chihuahua

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.

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English Bulldog Puppy

English Bulldog

All About English Bulldog Dogs and Puppies

There’s no dog breed with a more distinctive mug than the English Bulldog. This is a dog breed like no other – combining a solid, muscular frame with an adorably wrinkled face and somewhat compressed snout. To gaze upon the English Bulldog, one would expect him to be tough as nails, but in reality, this dog breed is a real “pussycat”, at least where humans and other pets are concerned. These comical and endearing dogs are highly affectionate companions that love children and require little exercise or grooming, making them an excellent choice for families, singles, the elderly and even disabled dog lovers. If you are thinking about adding an English Bulldog puppy to your family or household, read on!

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Goldendoodle

Goldendoodle Dogs & Puppies

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The “golden child” of all the designer dog breeds Goldendoodles are a blend of two wonderful dog breeds: the Poodle and the Golden Retriever. Goldendoodle Dogs and Puppies Central showcases everything about this amazing, hypoallergenic hybrid breed of dog.

Whether you wish to learn all about Gokdendoodles, find a reputable breeder offering healthy and well-socialized Goldendoodle puppies for sale near you, locate Goldendoodles for adoption by owner, find Goldendoodle rescues, or shop for Gokdendoodle books, calendars, gifts, trinkets and dog supplies, we strive to offer something for every Goldendoodle dog lover.


All About Goldendoodle Dogs and Puppies

This is a generalized description of the Goldendoodle, a cross (or hybrid) breed of Golden Retriever and Poodle parentage. Individual dogs may vary widely in appearance, behavior, and temperament.

A cross between the Golden Retriever and the Poodle, the Goldendoodle hybrid (also called Golden Poo, Goldiepoo, or Groodle) is credited to breeders in Australia who wanted to create an intelligent, people-loving, low-allergy dog similar to the Cockapoo but larger in size. The original intent was to develop a suitable service dog for disabled individuals with allergies.

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German Shepherd

German Shepherd

All About German Shepherd Dogs and Puppies

One of the most beautiful and easily-recognizable breeds in the AKC, the German Shepherd has long captivated us with his noble and wolfish appearance, his loyalty, and his versatility. Able to learn and adapt to almost any new task set before him, he is a master of many trades, some of which include herding, assisting those who are blind or disabled, protection and guard duty, acting in television and movies, and assisting the police force. Whether you meet one in person or see him on the silver screen, the German Shepherd is a noble breed and one that is sure to capture your heart.

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Cockapoo Photo - Adorable Cockapoo Puppy

Cockapoo

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.

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Alaskan Malamute

Alaskan Malamute

All About Alaskan Malamute Dogs and Puppies

Since ancient times, the Alaskan Malamute dog has been an invaluable friend and aid to inhabitants of the arctic regions of North America.

A powerful member of the Spitz family, the Alaskan Malamute was named after an Inuit tribe, the Mahlemut. Renowned for being the legendary freighting dog of polar expeditions, the breed also served the military with valor in both World Wars. A cold weather breed, the Malamute has adapted well to warmer climates.

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