Labradoodle Dog

Labradoodle Dog Breed Information

All About Labradoodle Dogs and Puppies

The Labradoodle, a crossbreed from a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle, is a handsome, playful dog. For the most part, he has inherited the best qualities from his poodle parent -low shedding and low dander, and from his Labrador parent – gentle temperament and trainability.

Since 1989 when this breed was first introduced, the Labradoodle is somewhat varied in appearance. The spectrum of colours ranges from nearly white to black with many winsome mixes in between. The coat’s texture ranges from a subtle wave to a curly cotton ball quality.

Perhaps the best known feature of the Labradoodle is its extraordinarily cute appearance and mild disposition. Frankly, they’re just the nicest dog one can image.

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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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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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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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