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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retriever
Height: 21.5 to 24.5 inches at shoulder
Weight: 55 to 80 pounds (males average 72 pounds, females average 62 pounds)
Coat: short and thick
Life span: 10 to 12 years



The warm and intelligent Lab is America's number one breed registered with the American Kennel Club. Even non-dog people can recognize a Lab, and artists and photographers have captured his image countless times--usually as the loyal companion, waiting patiently by his owner's side.

Built for sport, the Lab is muscular and athletic. He has a short, easy-care coat, friendly demeanour, keen intelligence, and plenty of energy. Devotion to this breed runs deep; Labs are loving, people-oriented dogs who live to serve their families, and owners and fans sometimes liken their Labs to angels.

The breed originated on the island of Newfoundland, off the northeastern Atlantic coast of Canada. Originally called the St. John's dog, after the capital city of Newfoundland, he was bred to help the local fishermen--hauling nets, fetching ropes, and retrieving fish that had escaped the nets--as well as to be a family dog.


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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Poodle


Poodle


Height: Toy, up to 10 inches at shoulder; Miniatures, 11 to 15 inches at shoulder; Standards, about 22 inches at shoulder
Weight: Toys, 6 to 9 pounds; Miniatures, 15 to 17 pounds; Standards, 45 to 70 pounds
Coat: dense and curly
Life span: 12 to 15 years


Although today's Poodles seem to epitomize a life of leisure and luxury, make no mistake: These are real dogs bred to do real jobs. Although it hardly seems possible when you look at a primped-up Poodle in the show ring, the breed was originally a water retriever, a job that requires jumping in the water to fetch waterfowl for hunters.

In fact, the English name poodle is derived from the German word pudel, or pudelin, which means to splash in the water. And in France, Poodles are called Caniche, a name derived from chien canard, meaning duck dog.

Even the elaborate coat styling that the breed's known for once had a practical purpose: trimmed areas lightened the weight of the dog's coat and wouldn't snag on underwater debris, while long hair around the joints and vital organs protected the dog from the cold water.

There are three sizes of Poodle, all considered part of the same breed: going from smallest to largest, these are the Toy, the Miniature, and the Standard. The Standard is probably the oldest of the three varieties, and some still carry on the Poodle tradition of working as a water retriever.


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Chihuahua


Chihuahua


Height: 6 to 9 inches at shoulder
Weight: 3 to 6 pounds
Coat: smooth or long
Life span: 10 to 18 years



The Chihuahua is a saucy little hot tamale and not just because of his association with a certain fast-food Mexican restaurant. He's renowned for being the world's smallest dog, but he may well have the world's biggest personality stashed inside that tiny body. That larger-than-life persona makes him appealing to men and women alike.

Fun loving and busy, Chihuahuas like nothing better than to be close to their people. They follow them everywhere in the house and ride along in tote bags when their people run errands or go shopping. It's not unusual for Chihuahuas to form a close bond with a single person, and they can become very demanding if they're overindulged.

Besides being affectionate housemates, Chihuahuas are intelligent and fast learners. They can compete in agility and obedience trials with just as much enthusiasm and success as larger dogs. That said, they're willful little dogs. You'll be most successful if you can persuade them that competing--or simply doing as you ask--is fun. Use positive reinforcement in the form of praise and food rewards when training your Chihuahua. He won't respond to harsh treatment.


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Yorkshire Terrier



Yorkshire Terrier


Height: 8 to 9 inches at shoulder
Weight: No more than 7 pounds, 4 to 6 pounds preferred
Coat: long and silky
Life span: 12 to 15 years


Small in size but big in personality, the Yorkshire Terrier makes a feisty but loving companion. The most popular toy breed in the U.S., the "Yorkie" has won many fans with his devotion to his owners, his elegant looks, and his suitability to apartment living.

The Yorkshire Terrier, nicknamed the Yorkie, seems quite full of himself, and why not? With his long silky coat and perky topknot, the Yorkshire Terrier is one of the most glamorous representatives of the dog world, sure to attract attention wherever he goes. Because he's so small he often travels in style--in special dog purses toted around by his adoring owner.

The long steel-blue and tan coat may be the Yorkie's crowning glory, but it's his personality that truly endears him to his family. Oblivious to his small size (weighing in at no more than seven pounds), the Yorkshire Terrier is a big dog in a small body, always on the lookout for adventure and maybe even a bit of trouble.

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Beagle


Beagle


Height: up to 13 inches at shoulder; or 13 to 15 inches at shoulder
Weight: 18 to 30 pounds
Coat: short
Life span: 10 to 15 years




Small, compact, and hardy, Beagles are active companions for kids and adults alike. They are merry and fun loving, but being hound,they can also be stubborn and require patient, creative training techniques . Their noses guide them through life, and they're never happier than when following an interesting scent. The Beagle originally was bred as a scenthound to track small game, mostly rabbits and hare. He is still used for this purpose in many countries, including the United States.

It's difficult to resist the appeal of a Beagle's dark brown or hazel eyes, with his soft, pleading expression. They're happy, outgoing and loving--characteristics more than balanced out by their hound nature, which is inquisitive, determined, and focused on food.

They aren't yappy dogs, but they do have three distinct vocalizations--a bark/growl, a baying howl, and a half-baying howl (a cross between a frantic bark and a bay).The most important thing to know about the Beagle is that he is a scenthound. His nose is the most important part of his anatomy and his head is always down to the ground, searching for an interesting trail to follow. Beagles have approximately 220 million scent receptors compared to the paltry 5 million or so in people, which makes them very good at picking up scents. Humorist Dave Barry once described his in-laws' Beagle as "a nose with feet."

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Monday, November 17, 2008

Yorkipoo


Yorkipoo



Height: 7 to 15 inches at shoulder
Weight: 3 to 14 pounds
Coat: soft and silky; length varies
Life span: 10 to 15 years



A fun-loving "designer dog"--and therefore a mixed breed--a Yorkipoo is a cross between a york shire terrier and a toy or miniature poodle . Intelligent, affectionate, and gentle, he makes a delightful companion is perfectly suited to apartment life, especially if you don't mind the barking. He has plenty of energy to be burned off and he loves to play when he's not parked on your lap watching the world go by. His ability to run fast and jump high can be surprising to those who aren't expecting a canine Superman in miniature.

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Whippet


Whippet


Height: 18 to 22 inches at shoulder
Weight: 18 to 48 pounds (males average 34 pounds, females average 29 pounds)
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 12 to 15 years


The Whippet was a poacher's best friend, speedily going after rabbits and other small game. Today the Whippet competes in agility, flyball, lure coursing, rally, and obedience and is a loving therapy dog. His unique nature, friendly personality, and stylish look make him a favorite as a family companion as well as in the show ring.

Nicknamed the "poor man's Greyhound," the elegant yet powerful Whippet was probably created some time in the late 18th century for use by poachers in search of rabbits and other small game, as well as in "snap" contests, in which the goal was for the dog to snap up rabbits in a circle. They really came into their own, however, when it was discovered that they would chase a waving rag, and Whippet racing became popular among working class men.

This medium-size hound has a short, dense coat in a variety of colors and markings covering a streamlined body. The Whippet is not a miniature Greyhound but was developed by crossing Greyhounds with smaller terriers and, later, Italian Greyhounds. The result was a sleek and beautiful dog who's gentle and affectionate.

The Whippet is often called the perfect all-purpose dog and is a keen competitor in agility, flyball, and lure coursing. Although they're known for their independent temperament, which can make obedience training challenging, plenty of Whippets compete successfully in obedience trials.

The Whippet usually gets along with other dogs and people, although early socialization--exposure to different people, sights, sounds, and situations--is necessary to keep your Whippet from becoming fearful of new situations. If you're fond of cats, however, the Whippet may not be the best choice.

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Vizsla


Vizsla



Height: 21 to 24 inches at shoulder
Weight: 45 to 65 pounds
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 10 to 14 years



Created in Hungary to work as a pointer and retriever, the Vizsla has an aristocratic bearing. All he really wants, though, is to be loved. He's a super companion for an active family who can provide him with the exercise and attention he craves.

His Velcro nature has to do with his past: the Vizsla was developed in Hungary to be both a pointer and retriever who would work close to the hunter, never ranging too far away. That trait is still seen in today's Vizsla, who prefers to be leaning against your leg or serving as a footwarmer. If having a dog shadow you all day would annoy you, choose a different breed.

Despite their penchant for sticking close to their human pals, Vizslas are versatile and hard-working dogs who are happiest when they have a job to do. In a family, that job can be hunting companion, therapy dog, or jogging buddy. Give him at least an hour of exercise per day, and the Vizsla will be your best friend.

If you're interested in dog sports , your Vizsla would probably be happy to compete. The Vizsla is the first and so far only breed to produce a quintuple champion--in conformation, field, obedience. His superb scenting skills make him a natural hunter. Vizslas have also been guide dogs, drug-detection dogs, therapy dogs, and search-and-rescue dogs, and have competed in falconry, flyball, tracking, and hunt tests.

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Toy Fox Terrier


Toy Fox Terrier



Height: 8.5 to 11.5 inches at shoulder
Weight: 3.5 to 7 pounds
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 13 to 14 years


Originally created as smaller versions of their larger Smooth Fox Terrier ancestors, Toy Fox Terriers have been used for a variety of tasks, serving as ratters on farms and as hunters of small game such as squirrel. They have been successful circus dogs and performers and their intelligence helps them to do well in obedience.The Toy Fox Terrier (TFT) was developed in the United States, making him one of only a few breeds that are truly "All American." He was created from small Smooth Fox Terriers bred with several toy breeds--including Chihuahuas and Manchester Terriers--to set breed size. He's a true terrier, with fire, heart and spirit to go out in the field hunting squirrel, and a true toy dog, a diminutive, loving companion who will curl up on the sofa and watch TV with his people.


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Sussex Spaniel


Sussex Spaniel


Height: 13 to 15 inches at shoulder
Weight: 35 to 45 pounds
Coat: long and abundant
Life span: 11 to 14 years


Long and low, with a unique golden liver color, the Sussex Spaniel was developed in Sussex County, England, to flush birds into the air for hunters. He has a reputation for being slow and sedate, but he livens up when he scents birds. With proper training and attention, the cheerful Sussex is an excellent companion.

This rare and unusual spaniel with the happy tail remains true to his heritage as a hunting dog, and he's often found in the field or participating in hunt tests. A deliberate hunter who moves at a moderate pace, he has lots of endurance and a "never give up" personality, characteristics that make him a good companion for people who might not be hunters but enjoy long walks or hikes with a nature-loving dog. If he's not used as a hunting dog, he'll be satisfied with such backyard prey as birds, butterflies, and insects.

The Sussex stands out among spaniels for his voice. He's vocal about letting the hunter know how he's doing, and he carries that talkative tendency over to home life. The Sussex is likely to bark or howl at noises or visitors, so he makes a good watchdog. It's important, however, to teach him when to stop barking so he doesn't disturb the neighbors.

Affectionate and companionable, the Sussex thrives in a home where he's not left on his own for hours each day. He likes to follow his people around and enjoys the company of other dogs as well. A Sussex bonds strongly to family members and can become anxious and destructive if ignored.


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Saint Bernard


Saint Bernard




Height: 26 to 30 inches at shoulder
Weight: 120 to 180 pounds (males average 160 pounds, females average 130 pounds)
Coat: dense and smooth
Life span: 8 to 10 years







Switzerland's Hospice Saint Bernard as well as to help find and save lost and injured travelers. Today the St. Bernard enjoys the comforts of family life in many homes across the world. He is versatile and excels in the show ring and in obedience trials, drafting (pulling a cart or wagon), and weight pulling competitions.

A late night cold sufferer fills the TV screen. His night-time affliction causes him to toss and turn, each cough painful and every sneeze wracking his body. Then a deep-throated bark draws this invalid to his door, where he finds a massive dog with a flask attached to his collar. By the end of the commercial, the Saint Bernard has done his job and the cold sufferer is fast asleep.

The Saint Bernard did in fact rescue people from the cold--not the virus, of course, but the chill winds and snows of the Alps, so treacherous to travelers. Not surprisingly, he's a kind, good-natured dog. He's also a giant, a large, muscular dog who can reach a height of 30 inches and a weight of 180 pounds. The Saint comes in shorthaired and longhaired varieties, the shorthaired being the one preferred by the monks of the Saint Bernard Hospice where the dogs originated.

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Rottweiler


Rottweiler



Height: 22 to 27 inches at shoulder
Weight: 85 to 130 pounds (males average 112 pounds, females average 100 pounds)
Coat: short and harsh
Life span: 8 to 11 years

Like the mythical Greek hero Hercules, the Rottweiler is strong and true with a loving heart. Affectionately called Rotties or Rotts, the breed originated in Germany, where it was used to drive cattle and pull carts for farmers and butchers. That heritage is reflected in the Rottie's broad chest and heavily muscled body. When he moves, he displays strength and stamina, but when you look into his eyes you see warm, dark-brown pools reflecting a mellow, intelligent, alert, and fearless expression.

A well-bred Rottweiler is calm and confident. He's typically aloof toward strangers, but never timid or fearful. Rottweilers exhibit a "wait-and-see" attitude when confronted with new people and situations. When these characteristics come together as they should, the Rottweiler is a natural guard dog with a mellow disposition who is successful not only in police, military, and customs work, but also as a family friend and protector.

Rotties have a natural instinct to protect their families and can be ferocious in their defense. It's essential to channel their power and protectiveness by providing early socialization, firm, fair, consistent training and leadership, and a regular job to perform. When this doesn't happen, Rottweilers can become dangerous bullies rather than the companionable guardians they're meant to be.

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Rat Terrier


Rat Terrier





Height: Toy, under 12 inches at shoulder; Miniature, up to 15 inches at shoulder, Standard, 13 to 16 inches at shoulder; Decker, 16 to 19 inches at shoulder
Weight: Toy, 5 to 10 pounds; Miniature, 10 to 18 pounds, Standard, not specified; Decker, 22 to 40 pounds
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 12 to 18 years







These adorable little digging escape artists are true terriers feisty, funny, energetic, lively, vermin-chasing, and incapable of being boring. Stubborn as all get out, they are not big on pleasing people, but the people who love them laugh all the time. The Rat Terrier is the ideal farm dog that he was always intended to be. President Theodore Roosevelt is said to have given the breed its name after his own terrier had eradicated the rat infestation at the White House; clearly, the Rat Terrier excels as a public servant--as long as it's in his own best interest. He's an American tradition just like apple pie.

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Papillon


Papillon



Height: 8 to 11 inches at shoulder
Weight: 4 to 9 pounds
Coat: long and silky
Life span: 12 to 16 years






The Papillon descends from the toy spaniels that are frequently portrayed in paintings by the Old Masters, from as far back as the 16th century. He's highly active and is a wonderful competitor in agility and obedience. His sparkling personality makes him a favorite of all who meet him.The Papillon, whose name comes from the French word for butterfly, is a portrait come to life, the modern representation of the small spaniels often seen in paintings from centuries past. The dwarf spaniel, as he was once known, has changed somewhat in appearance over the years.

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Norwich Terrier


Norwich Terrier








Height: up to 10 inches at shoulder
Weight: around 12 pounds
Coat: hard and wiry
Life span: 10 to 14 years






The Norwich Terrier originated as a ratter on farms but moved up in the world to bolt foxes from their dens during hunts. Today he's an amusing companion who serves double duty by keeping your home and yard free of rats and other vermin.what he lacks in size, he makes up for in personality and drive. This active terrier is a wonderful companion for an active individual or family. His name gives you a clue to his appearance and helps you tell him apart from his sibling, the Norfolk terrier remember that the Norwich has prick ears that stand up like a witch's hat.

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Mutt


Mutt



Height: small to tall
Weight: light to heavy
Coat: anything goes
Life span: 8 to 15 years



A mixed-breed dog is a testament to nature. Without any input--some might say interference--from humans, the mixed breed defies description. Available in all sizes, shapes, colors, and patterns, he might have a long snout or a short nose. He may display prick ears or floppy ones. He could have a stubby tail, spindly legs, a giant spot over his left eye--or all three. A divine inspiration, the mixed breed is gloriously, wonderfully someone else's design.

And as the ultimate family dog, the mixed breed excels where the purebred lacks. Drawing from a broader, more diverse gene pool, his intensity is softer than his pedigreed cousins, his drives and compulsions mercifully muted. The Mutt's loyalty, warmth, and deep desire to please, however, remain as fiercely intact as any dog you could choose to create.


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Maltese


Maltese


Height: 8 to 10 inches at shoulder
Weight: No more than 7 pounds
Coat: long and silky
Life span: 12 to 15 years


Gentle and fearless, the Maltese greets everyone as a friend. His glamorous white coat gives him a look of haughty nobility, but looks can be deceiving. This is a sprightly, vigorous dog

Throughout his long history, the Maltese has been given many names, such as the "Melitae Dog," "Ye Ancient Dogge of Malta," the "Roman Ladies Dog," "The Comforter," the "Spaniel Gentle," the "Bichon," the "Maltese Lion Dog," and the "Maltese Terrier." Today, he is known simply as the Maltese.

This elegant toy dog breed is famed for the silky white hair covering his body. Straight and thick, the coat falls all the way to the floor. Many years ago, Maltese came in many colors, but these days they are always white. When a properly built Maltese moves, he seems to float beneath his cloud of white hair. Because he doesn't have an undercoat, the Maltese sheds little, and many people consider the breed to be hypoallergenic.

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Keeshond


Keeshond


Height: 16 to 19 inches at shoulder
Weight: 35 to 45 pounds
Coat: medium-length and thick
Life span: 12 to 15 years


He's a people-lover; willing to participate in all family activities, he thrives with people who expect this of their dog. He is lively, alert, and intelligent--qualities that won him status as the most beloved dog in Holland.
The Keeshond (pronounced KAYZ-hawnd) is a medium-sized dog with an impressive gray, black, and cream coat and a massive, plumed tail. He was known for years as the "Dutch Barge Dog" because of his role as companion and guardian on barges and small boats on Holland's many canals and rivers.The Keeshond is an old breed, once a companion and watchdog on the barges and boats that traveled the canals and rivers of Holland in the 17th and 18th centuries.

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Japanese Chin


Japanese Chin


Height: 8 to 11 inches at shoulder
Weight: 4 to 9 pounds
Coat: long and silky
Life span: 10 to 14 years



Jumpin' jiminy! Is that a Japanese Chin on your fireplace mantel? It is! People who live with the Chin often marvel at the breed's ability to leap tall furniture in a single bound. The toy-size Japanese Chin has a catlike nature that includes the desire to be in high places, the ability to climb, and the tendency to wash himself. He has also been seen batting at objects much like a cat would.

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Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russell Terrier

Height: 10 to 15 inches at shoulder
Weight: 13 to 17 pounds
Coat: coarse double coat
Life span: 10 to 15 years




Developed in England some 200 years ago to hunt foxes, the Jack Russell Terrier, also known as the Parson Russell Terrier, is a lively, independent, and clever little dog. He's charming and affectionate, but he's also a handful to manage. For experienced dog owners only!

Once upon a time, hunting was a favorite pastime among men of property, including men of the church. We can thank one of those hard-hunting English parsons for the Jack Russell Terrier, developed to hunt fox in the south of England some 200 years ago. Parson John Russell, "Jack" to his friends, wanted an efficient hunting dog and decided to design exactly the dog he had in mind.

The result was a bold, athletic dog who won hearts with his quickness, intelligence, determination, and intense desire to hunt. The Jack Russell Terrier, also called the Parson Russell Terrier, is a favorite among horse owners, dog sports enthusiasts, animal trainers for film and television, and people who simply appreciate his fearless personality, boundless energy, entertaining antics, and portable size.

But beware! The trained Jack Russell that you see on TV or in movies doesn't come that way. Teaching a Jack Russell to become a civilized companion is no easy task. It requires lots of time and patience as well as a strong sense of humor. The JRT is highly trainable, but he has a mind of his own and won't stand for boredom. If you don't keep him entertained, he'll find his own amusements, and you probably won't be happy with the results.


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Greater Swiss Mountain Dog


Greater Swiss Mountain Dog




Height: 23.5 to 28.5 inches at shoulder
Weight: 85 to 140 pounds (males average 122 pounds, females average 97 pounds)
Coat: short and dense
Life span: 7 to 9 years

The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog was developed to be an all-around working dog, herding cattle, pulling carts, and standing guard. These days, the Swissy enjoys life as a family pet, but because of his working heritage, he enjoys being busy. This powerful breed excels in all sorts of dog sports, from agility to weight pulling.

The handsome, alert, and powerful Greater Swiss Mountain Dog--or Swissy, as his fans call him--is relatively unknown outside of a group of dedicated enthusiasts. But if you own one of these large, striking dogs, be prepared to turn plenty of heads. Owners of the breed are often asked, "What kind of dog is that?"

Topping out at well over 100 pounds, the Swissy's size, paired with his deep, loud bark make him a good watchdog. But he's a gentle fellow at heart.

Originally bred to herd cattle, pull carts, and serve as a watchdog, the modern Swissy likes to have jobs to do. He excels in obedience, agility, and conformation competitions, and does well in drafting, weight pulling, herding, pack hiking, and versatility. The Swissy has also served as a therapy dog and search and rescue dog.

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Great Dane


Great Dane


Height: 28 to 34 inches at shoulder
Weight: 100 to 200 pounds (males average 160 pounds, females average 115 pounds)
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 7 to 10 years

A Great Dane is truly a great dog--large and noble, commonly referred to as a gentle giant or as the "Apollo of dogs." Apollo is the Greek god of the sun, the brightest fixture in the sky. The Great Dane certainly holds stature in the dog world; but though he looks terribly imposing, in reality he's one of the best-natured dogs around. For all of his size, a Great Dane is a sweet, affectionate pet. He loves to play and is gentle with children.

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German Shepherd Dog


German Shepherd Dog


Height: 22 to 26 inches at shoulder
Weight: 75 to 95 pounds
Coat: medium-length and dense
Life span: 10 to 14 years



The German Shepherd Dog comes from Germany and was bred originally for herding and guarding sheep .
It's origins can be dated back to the 700's. The German Shepherd Dog is also known by the other names of Alsatian and Deutscher Schaferhund. The advent of the two World Wars influenced the history of this dog. The association with Germany was unpopular following the wars and the breed was therefore given the name of the Alsatian Wolf Dog after the German-French border area of Alsace-Lorraine. The term 'Wolf Dog' was then dropped as it was believed that this would also prove to be unpopular. Finally, in 1977, the breed name was changed back to the German Shepherd Dog. This dog is classified as one of the Herding Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The German Shepherd Dog was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1908. Name Facts and Dog Names: This dog's name is often mis-spelt as the German Shepard Dog.

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Golden Retriever


Golden Retriever




Height: 21.5 to 24 inches at shoulder
Weight: 55 to 75 pounds (males average 70 pounds, females average 60 pounds)
Coat: dense; straight or wavy
Life span: 10 to 12 years




The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds in the U.S. The breed's friendly, tolerant attitude makes him a fabulous family pet, and his intelligence makes him a highly capable working dog. Golden Retrievers excel for hunters, tracking, sniffing out drugs, and as therapy and assistance dogs. They're also natural athletes, and do well in dog sports such as competitive obedience.

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French Bulldog


French Bulldog


Height: 11 to 12 inches at shoulder
Weight: 16 to 28 pounds
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 11 to 14 years




The French Bulldog originates from France and was bred originally as a "Toy Bulldog", a lapdog or companion for ladies. It's origins can be dated back to the 1800's. The French Bulldog is also known by the other names of Bouledogue Francais. This dog is classified as one of the Non-Sporting Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The French Bulldog was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1898. Dog Name Facts and Dog Names: The word Bulldog is often mis-spelt as Bull Dog.

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Doberman Pinscher


Doberman Pinscher




Height: 24 to 28 inches at shoulder
Weight: 60 to 80 pounds
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 10 to 13 years



The Doberman Pinscher originates from Germany and was bred originally as a guard dog. It's origins can be dated back to the 1800's. The Doberman Pinscher is also known by the other name of the Dobermann and was named after Louis Dobermann of Apolda in Thuringen, Germany. Dobermann was a tax collector and dog pound keeper who wanted watchful guard dog to accompany him on his rounds. It is believed that he crossed many breeds including the German Shepherd, Rottweiler, German Pinscher, Terrier, Greyhound and Weimaraner to produce the Doberman Pinscher. This dog is classified as one of the Working Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The Doberman Pinscher was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1908. Name Facts and Dog Names: This dog's name is often referred to as the German Pinscher and the Dobermann Pinscher. The word Pinscher is often mis-spelt as Pincher and Pinsher.

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Dalmatian


Dalmatian



Height: 19 to 24 inches at shoulder
Weight: 48 to 55 pounds
Coat: short and satiny
Life span: 13 to 16 years



He started out as a coach dog but has also served in many other capacities, including hunter, firehouse dog, and circus performer. As charming in life as in film, he goes from gallant to goofy to gallant again in the blink of an eye, and loves to be a part of everything his family does.

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Collie


Collie


Height: 22 to 26 inches at shoulder
Weight: 50 to 70 pounds
Coat: long and harsh; or short and dense
Life span: 10 to 14 years


The Collie Dog comes from Scotland and was bred originally to herd and guard sheep. The Collie Dog is also known by the other name of Scottish Collie and is famous as the breed of dog who starred in the popular 'Lassie' movies. The dog's name probably comes from the Scottish black-faced sheep it herded which were called the 'Colley'. This dog is classified as one of the Herding Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The Collie Dog was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1885.

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Friday, November 14, 2008

Chinese Shar-Pei


Chinese Shar-Pei





Height: 18 to 20 inches at shoulder
Weight: 40 to 55 pounds
Coat: bristly and thick
Life span: 8 to 12 years



The Chinese Shar Pei originates from China and was bred originally for hunting small game, herding and dog fighting. It's origins can be dated back to the 200 B.C. The Chinese Shar Pei is also known by the other names of the Chinese Fighting Dog. This dog is classified as one of the Non-Sporting Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The Chinese Shar Pei was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1991. Name Facts and Dog Names: This dog's name is sometimes mis-spelt as Char Pei, Shar Pey, Sharpei and Charpei.

His name means "sand skin," referring to his distinct, bristle-like coat. But that's not the only thing unusual about the Chinese Shar-Pei. He's a solid mass of loose wrinkles--folds of skin that make him look like he's wearing a bulky, oversized suit. His tiny ears sit atop a large, powerful head with a short muzzle and purple tongue. The finishing touch is a thick, round tail that curls over his back.

To be sure, the Shar-Pei is an interesting-looking dog, and his looks alone are enough to prompt many would-be owners to choose this breed. But there's more to the Shar-Pei than his unique appearance.

This breed is calm enough that he can live in an apartment. He's also an independent-thinking, sometimes aloof dog. His heritage as a guardian and fighting dog make him an excellent watchdog and guard dog--so much so that he must be taught not to overreact to people and animals he doesn't know.

Early training is essential for the strong-willed Shar-Pei. He needs an owner who is able to establish leadership firmly and kindly, and he tends not to respect the owner who doesn't do so. He's a quick study, so training is generally easy as long as he's not showing his stubborn streak.

Grooming is a cinch with the Shar-Pei. He's a naturally clean dog and frequent bathing isn't necessary or recommended.

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Bulldog


Bulldog




Height: 12 to 15 inches at shoulder
Weight: 40 to 50 pounds
Coat: short and smooth
Life span: 8 to 12 years

Bulldogs originally were used to drive cattle to market and to compete in a bloody sport called bullbaiting. Today, they're gentle companions who love kids. A brief walk and a nap on the sofa is just their speed.

What do England, the U.S. Marines, Yale University, University of Georgia, and dozens of other schools all have in common? The dog they have all chosen to represent their tough, tenacious characters. That dog? Why, it's the Bulldog, of course!

Sometimes called the English Bulldog or the British Bulldog, the breed originated in England and has a bloody past. It descended from fighting mastiffs that were brought to the British Isles by the Romans and was used in a bloody sport called bullbaiting. Today, however, the Bulldog only slightly resembles his ancestors in appearance. And all of the ferociousness that he exhibited in the bullbaiting pens? Gone for good. Despite his still ferocious appearance, you'd be hard-pressed to find a dog with a sweeter, more loving disposition.

Bulldogs are never mistaken for other breeds of dogs. They are a medium-size dog with a thick-set, low-slung body. Their short-muzzled head is massive and square. They have broad shoulders and chests, with thick, sturdy limbs.

Although Bulldogs are low to the ground, they are wide and muscular. Their broad heads have cheeks that extend to the sides of their eyes, and the skin on their foreheads should have dense wrinkles. A Bulldog has a droopy upper lip and his lower jaw is undershot, meaning that his lower teeth stick out farther than his top teeth. The Bulldog's jaws are massive and strong, intended for latching on to his opponent and holding on

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Basenji


Basenji




Height: 16 to 17 inches at shoulder
Weight: 22 to 24 pounds
Coat: short and fine
Life span: 10 to 12 years


known as the "barkless" dog from Africa, the Basenji attracts admirers with his short coat, small, muscular body, alert demeanor, erect ears, and tail curled tightly over one hip. A wrinkled brow gives him a quizzical and sometimes mischievous expression.the famous bark-less dog, comes from Africa and is a dog of medium size, lightly built and fine boned with a wrinkled forehead, erect ears and a curly tail which sits on it's back. This dog is also known by the other names of Zande dog, Congo dog or Congo terrier. The Basenji was bred originally to drive game up trees (monkeys and small cats). They were also used to also chase prey such as small antelopes into hunting nets or out into the open where their quarry could be shot with a gun or a bow and arrow. It's origins can be dated back for at least 5000 years to the Ancient World. It is classified as one of the Hound Dogs Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. This dog's name is sometimes mis-spelt as Basengi.

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Bull Terrier


Bull Terrier







Height: 21 to 22 inches at the shoulder for bull terriers; 10 to 14 inches tall at the shoulder for miniature bull terriers
Weight: 35 to 75 pounds for bull terriers; 25 to 33 pounds for miniature bull terriers
Coat: Short, flat, and shiny
Life span: 10 to 15 years

The Bull Terrier originates from England and was bred originally for dog fighting. It's origins can be dated back to the 1800's. The Bull Terrier is also known by the other name of the English Bull Terrier and has the nickname of the " White Cavalier" reflecting its defensive fighting strategy. This dog is classified as one of the Terrier Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The Bull Terrier was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1885. Name Facts and Dog Names: This dog's name is sometimes mis-spelt as terrior and terriors.

If you remember the late 1980s, you probably recall the Budweiser commercials featuring a Bull Terrier named Spuds Mackenzie, whose sly grin and on-screen antics turned the breed into a pop icon. Many people were captivated by the breed's unique head, muscular build, and fun-loving nature. After the ads aired, the Bull Terrier's popularity soared.

Nicknamed "the kid in a dog suit," the Bull Terrier is active and friendly, as well as being one of the clowns of the dog world. He has a larger-than-life personality that ranges from intelligent and innovative--not always the most desirable qualities in a dog--to placid and loyal. He also comes in a smaller version--the Miniature Bull Terrier--who shares the same attributes.

Life with a Bull Terrier is always an experience. He's a "busy" dog from puppyhood well into middle age. The Bull Terrier isn't content to spend long periods alone day after day; he wants to be with his people, doing what they're doing. He does best with an active family who can provide him with plenty of energetic play. He also needs someone who will consistently (but kindly) enforce the house rules. Otherwise, he'll make up rules of his own. For that reason, he's not the best choice for timid owners or people who are new to dogs.

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Australian Terrier


Australian Terrier




Height: 10 to 11 inches at shoulder
Weight: 14 to 16 pounds
Coat: shaggy and rough
Life span: 15 years

The Australian Terrier, called an "Aussie" by his admirers (although he's not to be confused with an Australian Shepherd), is a small terrier with upright ears and a rough, shaggy coat. He is the littlest of the working terriers, but don't let his size fool you. He's definitely a lot of dog in a tiny package, with a typical terrier slant on life: tenacious, independent, hardworking, and lively.The Australian Terrier originates from Australia and was bred originally for hunting and killing small vermin.
It's origins can be dated back to the 1900's. This dog is classified as one of the Terrier Dog Group which we go on to describe in detail in the section at the bottom of this page. The Australian Terrier was first Registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1960. This dog's name is sometimes mis-spelt as terrior or terriors.


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American Water Spaniel


American Water Spaniel





Height: 15 to 18 inches at shoulder
Weight: 25 to 45 pounds (males average 40 pounds, females average 32 pounds)
Coat: medium-length and wavy
Life span: 12 to 15 years






Specializing in waterfowl, he's a skilled swimmer who will retrieve from small boats and has a water-resistant double coat. The breed has the high energy of a dog born to chase and retrieve game, but given enough exercise, he can also make an great family companion.

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Friday, November 7, 2008

( V TO Z ) DOG'S NAME

( V TO Z ) DOG'S NAME




VALENTINO
VAN GOGH
VAN-DAMME
VANILLA
VAQUERO
VEGGIE
VELCRO
VELVET
VENUS
VENUS DE MILO
VERONA
VICHYSSOISE
VIOLET
VIPER
VISA
VIVA
VIXEN
VOLTAIRE







WACKY
WADDLES
WAG-A-LOT
WAGS
WALDO
WALLFLOWER
WALRUS
WANDA
WARHOL
WARLOCK
WARRIOR
WARTHOG
WASABE
WEB
WELLINGTON
WHIRLWIND
WHISKEY
WHISPER or WHISPERWIND
WHOOPIE
WIGGLES
WILBUR
WILD THING
WILDWOOD
WILFRED
WILHELMINA
WILLOUGHBY
WILLOW
WILSON
WIMPY
WINDJAMMER
WINDSOR
WINDY
WINK
WINSTON
WINTHROP
WISEGUY
WITCH
WIZARD
WIZKID
WOLFGANG
WONDERDOG
WONTON
WOODSTOCK
WOODWIND
WOODY






XANTHUS
XAVIER
XENA
XEROX
XERXES




YAHOO
YAMASEE
YANKEE
YAYA
YEAGER
YODA
YOGI BEAR
YORGY
YOSEMITE
YOU TOO
YO-YO
YUKON
YULE
YUMA
YUMMY



ZACK
ZAIRE
ZEBU
ZEKE
ZELDA
ZELIG
ZEPELLIN
ZEPHYR
ZEPPO
ZERO
ZEUS
ZIGGY
ZIPPITY DO DA
ZODIAC
ZOE
ZOMBIE
ZOOEY
ZOOM ZOOM
ZOPPICO
ZORRO

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( Q TO U ) DOG'S NAME

( Q TO U ) DOG'S NAME






QUASI
QUASIMODO
QUEEN BEE
QUEENY
QUICHE
QUICK
QUICKSILVER
QUINCY
QUIRK
QUIXOTE






RAGE
RAGGEDY ANN
RAGING BULL
RAGMOP
RAGS
RAGTIME
RAGU
RAIDER
RAIN
RAINBOW
RAISIN
RAJAH
RALPH
RAMBO
RANGER
RASCAL
RASSELAS
RASTA
RAVEL
RAVEN
RAWHIDE
RAY
RAZZ
RAZZMATAZZ
REBEL
RED or REDHEAD
REDBEARD
REEBOK
REEF
REGALO
REM
REMINGTON
REMY
RENEGADE
RENO
REPO
REUBEN
REX
RHAPSODY
RHEA
RHETT
RHINESTONE
RHINO
RHODES
RHONE
RICHES
RICKY-TICKY-TAVI
RICOCHET
RICOTTA
RIDER
RIFFRAFF
RIN TIN TIN
RINGLEADER
RINGO
RIO
RIP VAN WINKLE
RIPLEY
RIPPLE
RITZ or RITZY
ROACH
ROB ROY
ROCCA
ROCK
ROCKER
ROCKET
ROCKO or ROCKY
ROCOCO
RODEO
ROGAN
ROGUE
ROJO
ROLLS
ROMA
ROMEO
ROMULUS
RONDEAU
ROO (KANGAROO)
ROOKIE
ROOSTER
ROOT BEER
ROSARITA
ROSCOE
ROSEBUD
ROSIE
ROT
ROTHSCHILD
ROTTEN
ROVER
ROWDY
ROXANNE
ROXY
ROYAL
RUBY







SABBATH
SABER
SABER-TOOTH
SABLE
SADIE
SAFARI
SAFFRON
SAGA
SAGE
SAHARA
SAILOR
SAKE
SALAMANDER (MANDY)
SALSA
SALTY
SALVATORE
SAM
SAMBUCA
SAM-I-AM
SAMMY
SAMSON
SAMURAI
SAND RAT
SANDMAN
SANGRIA
SANTA FE
SANTINI
SANTO
SAPPHIRE
SARASOTA
SARGE
SASHA
SASHIMI
SASQUATCH
SASSAFRAS
SASSY
SATAY
SATCHMO
SATIN
SAUCE or SAUCY
SAUSAGE
SAVAGE
SAVANNAH
SAVERNAKE
SAVOY
SCAMPER
SCAMPI
SCARBOROUGH
SCARLET
SCHATZE
SCHMOO
SCHMOOZE
SCHNAPPS
SCHNOOK
SCHOONER
SCHWARZKOPF
SCHWEPPES
SCINTILLA
SCOOBIE
SCOOTER
SCORPIO
SCOTCH
SCOUNDREL
SCOUT
SCRAPPY
SCRAPPY TOO
SCROOGE
SCRUFFY
SCRUMPTIOUS
SCUBA
SCUD
SCYLLA
SEA DOG
SEABREEZE
SEAL
SENECA
SERA
SERENADE
SERENDIPITY
SERENGETI
SERGEANT
SEUSS
SEYCHELLES
SEYMOUR
SHADOW
SHAH
SHAKESPEARE
SHALIMAR
SHAMROCK
SHAMU
SHANE
SHANGRI-LA
SHARKEY
SHARP
SHAWNEE
SHEBA
SHE-DEVIL
SHEER
SHEIK
SHELLEY
SHENANIGANS
SHERIFF
SHERLOCK
SHERWOOD
SHIITAKE
SHIKSA
SHIM SHIM SHIREE
SHIVA
SHOELESS
SHOGUN
SHOOTER
SHORTY, SHORTCAKE or SHORTSTACK
SHOTGUN
SHOWBOAT
SHOWOFF
SHRAMSBERG
SHRAPNEL
SHREDDER
SHRIMP
SHYLOCK
SICILIANO
SIDEWAYS
SIDNEY
SIEGFRIED
SIENNA
SIERRA
SIGMUND
SILHOUETTE
SILKY
SILVER
SILVERSPOON
SIMPLY RED
SIN
SINATRA
SINBAD
SINCLAIR
SINGER
SISSY
SITTING BULL
SIX TOES
SKEDADDLE
SKEEDER
SKIDDER
SKIPPER
SKIPPY
SKITTLES
SKY
SKY HAWK
SKYROCKET
SKYWALKER
SLATE
SLEESTACK
SLICKER
SLIPPERS
SLOBBER-PUSS
SLOTH
SLUGGER
SLY
SMASHER
SMOKEY
SMOOCHER
SMORES
SNAGGLETOOTH
SNAKER
SNAP
SNARL
SNEAKERS
SNEEZY
SNICKERS
SNIFFER
SNIFFLES
SNIFTER
SNOCAP
SNOOGYBEAR
SNOOKER
SNOOKS
SNOOKUMS
SNOOPER
SNOOPY
SNOOTY
SNO-PEA
SNORTER
SNOW, SNOWBALL or SNOWFLAKE
SNOWBERRY
SNOWBUNNY
SNOWMAN
SNUFFLES






TAG
TAHITI
TALAHACHE
TALISMAN
TALLYHO
TAMAHTO
TAMARA
TAMPEST
TANG
TANGO
TANK
TANKA
TANNER
TAO
TAOS
TAR
TARA
TARGA
TARO
TAROT
TARRAGON
TARTINE
TARTUFFE
TARZAN
TATTERS
TATTLETALE
TATTOO
TAURUS
TAUSKEY
TAXI
TAZ
TAZER
T-BONE
TEACUP
TEAL
TEASE or TEASER
TENNESSEE
TEQUILA
TERMINATOR
TERRA-COTTA
TERROR
TESS
TESTAROSSA
TEXAS
THAI
THATCHER
THOR
THORN or THISTLE
THUDPAW
THUMPER
THUNDER
THYME
TI AMO
TIARA
TIE-DYE
TIGER
TIGGER
TILLY
TINKER
TINKERBELL
TINKERTOY
TINKLE BELL
TINMAN
TINSEL
TINY
TIPSY
TISSOT
TITAN
TITIAN
TIZZY or TIZZ
TOAD
TOBY
TOFU
TOMAHAWK
TOMBA
TOM-TOM
TONTO
TOOTER
TOOTSIE
TOPAZ
TOREADOR
TORNADO
TORO
TORTS
TOTO
TOUCHÉ
TOVA
TOYBOX
TRAILBLAZER
TRAMP
TREAT
TREKKY
TRICKY
TRILOGY
TRINKET
TRIP
TRIXIE
TROJAN
TROLL
TROPICANA
TROUBADOUR
TROUBLE
TROUPER
TROUT
TRUFFAUT
TRUFFLEHUNTER
TRUFFLES
TRUMP
TRURMAN
TRYST
TSUNAMI
TUBBO (also TUBBY or TUBS)
TUFFY
TUGBOAT
TULIP
TUMBLEWEED
TUNA
TUNDRA
TURBO
TURKEY
TUTTI-FRUTTI
TUTU
TWEETY
TWERP
TWINKIE



UMA
UMPA LUMPA
UNAGI
UNCLE SAM
URANUS
URCHIN
URIEL
URSA
URSULA

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(L TO P) DOG'S NAME

(L TO P) DOG'S NAME





LAKER
LAMBCHOP
LAMBORGHINI
LANCELOT
LASER
LASHES
LASSIE
LAVENDER
LAZARUS
LEILA
LEMON
LEO
LEVI
LEXIS
LIABILITY
LIBERTY
LICKUMS
LIEBCHEN
LIGHTNING
LIGHTNING BUG
LILAC
LILITH
LIMBO
LINK
LINUS
LION
LIONHEART
LIPS
LIRA
LISBON
LITMUS
LITTLE BIT
LITTLE GUY
LITTLE ONE
LIZARD
LOBO
LOLA
LOLITA
LOLLY
LOONY
LOTUS
LOVE-BUG
LOVE-PIG
LOVER
LOVERBOY
LOVERGIRL
LOVESONG
LOVEY
LOVEY DOVEY
LUCKY






MAC
MAC-ATTACK
MACBETH
MACHETE
MACHIAVELLI
MACHO
MACINTOSH
MACKEREL
MACMILLAN
MAD MAX
MADAME BUTTERFLY
MADURO
MAESTRO
MAFIOSO
MAGGIE
MAGIC
MAGNA
MAGNET
MAGNOLIA
MAGNUM
MAGPIE
MAHIMAHI
MAHOGANY
MAI TAI
MAILMAN
MAJESTIC
MAJOR
MAKO
MALCOLM
MAMACITA
MAMBA
MAMBO
MAMIE
MANCHU
MANDY
MANHATTAN
MANNERS
MAPLE SYRUP
MARASCHINO
MARAUDER
MARBLE
MARDI GRAS
MARIACHI
MARIE ANTOINETTE
MARIGOLD
MARILYN
MARLBORO
MARLEY
MARMADUKE
MARMALADE
MARQUEE
MARSHMALLOW
MARTIAN
MARTINI
MATADOR
MATILDA
MATISSE
MATOK
MATTIE
MATZO
MAUI
MAVERICK
MAX
MAY
MAYA
MAYHEM
MAYNARD
MAZEL TOV
McCOY
ME TOO
MEADOW
MEATLOAF
MEDEA
MEDUSA
MEE-KROB
MELANGE
MELLOW
MELODY
MELON-HEAD
MELVIN
MENAGE
MERCEDES
MERLIN
MESQUITE
METIS
METRO
MIATA
MICKEY
MIDAS
MIDGET
MIDNIGHT
MIGNON
MILES
MINERVA
MING
MINK
MINNIE
MIRÓ
MISERY
MISHA
MISSIE
MISSING LINK
MISTLETOE
MOCHA
MOET
MOGUL
MOHAVE
MOHAWK
MOHICAN
MO-JO
MOLE
MON AMI
MON CHER or MA CHERIE
MONA
MONA LISA
MONGOOSE
MONK
MONKEY
MONTEGO
MONTY
MOOCHY
MOODY
MOONBEAM
MOONDANCE
MOONGODDESS
MOONMIST
MOONRAKER
MOONSHINE
MOONSTRUCK
MOOSE
MOPSY
MOPTOP
MORK
MOROCCO
MORRIS
MORTIMER
MOSELLE
MOUSTACHE
MOUTON
MOVADO
MOXIE
MOZART
MU SHU
MUDD
MUDDLES
MUDPIE
MUENSTER
MUFFIN
MUG
MUGSY
MULBERRY
MUMBLES
MUNCHER
MUNCHKIN
MUNCHYKIN
MUSE
MUSTANG
MUTANT
MUTT
MYSTIC
MYTH






NAPA
NAPOLEON
NAPPY
NAVAJO
NAVAR
NAVIGATOR
NELLIE
NEON
NEPTUNE
NEUTRON
NEWSPRINT
NEWT
NEWTON
NIBBLES
NICKLEBY
NICKLES
NIETZSCHE
NIFTY
NIGHTMARE
NIKE
NIKITA
NIKO
NINA
NINJA
NIPPER
NISSAN
NISTKA
NITRO
NOAH
NOEL
NOISEMAKER
NOISETTE
NOMAD
NOSFERATU
NOVA
NOVELLA
NUDGE
NUDNIK
NUGGET







OLIVER
OLLIE
OMEGA
ONOMATOPOEIA
ONYX
OOGA-BOOGA
OPAL
OPHELIA
ORBIT
OREO
ORION
ORPHAN ANNIE
OSCAR
OTHELLO
OTIS
OTTO
OUIJA
OUTLAW
OUTRIGGER
OUZO






PACO
PADDINGTON
PADDY
PADUA
PAGAN
PAGODA
PAISLEY
PAL
PALOMA
PALOMINO
PANACHE
PANAMA
PANDA
PANDEMONIUM
PANDORA
PANSY
PANTHER
PAPILLON
PAPOOSE
PAPRIKA
PAPU
PAPYRUS
PARADISE
PARAGON
PARIS
PATCHES
PÂTÉ
PATHFINDER
PATRIOT
PATSY
PATTON
PAUPER
PAVLOV
PAWS
PAZZO
PEABODY
PEACHES
PEANUTS
PEASEBLOSSOM
PEBBLES
PEEWEE
PENELOPE
PENN
PENNE
PEPE
PEPPER
PEPPERMINT
PERITAR
PERIWINKLE
PERNOD
PERRO
PERSEPHONE
PERSEUS
PESO
PEST
PETIT ANGE
PETRA
PETRARCH
PETULIA
PETUNIA
PEUGEOT
PEYOTE
PHANTOM
PHARAOH
PHAROS
PHOENIX
PIAZZA
PICASSO
PICCOLO
PICKLES
PICKWICK
PIEDMONT
PIGGLES-WIGGLES
PIGGY
PIGGY-WIGGY
PING
PINKY
PINOCCHIO
PINTO
PIPER
PIPPI
PIRANHA
PIRATE
PIROUETTE
PISCES
PISTOL
PISTON
PIT-STOP
PITTER-PATTER
PIZZAZZ
PLATO
PLATTY (PLATYPUS)
PLAYGIRL
PLUTO
POCO
POET
POGO
POINDEXTER
POKERFACE
POLITIX
POLLY
POLO
POLTERGEIST
POM-POM
PONG
PONGO
POOCH
POOH
POOH-BAH
POOKIE
POP
POPEYE
PORKCHOP
PORKER
PORSCHE
PORTIA
PORTLY
POTPOURRI
POUILLY-FUISSÉ
PRANCER
PRECIOUS
PRESIDENT
PRESTO
PRETTIPAWS
PRETTY
PRETTY BABY
PRETZEL
PRIMA DONNA
PRIMO
PRINCE or PRINCESS
PRISSY
PRODIGY
PROFESSOR
PROTON
PRUDENCE
PUCK
PUDDING
PUDDLES
PUDGE
PUDGETTE
PUFF
PUFFBALL
PUGNOSE
PUMPKIN
PUNCH
PUNK
PUPA
PUPPY

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(G TO K) DOG'S NAME











GARGOYLE
GARLIC
GARP
GATEKEEPER
GATOR
GATSBY
GAVIN
GAZELLE
GAZPACHO
GECKO
GEEKIE
GEEZER
GEISHA
GEMINI
GENESIS
GENGHIS
GENIE
GENIUS
GEORGIA
GEPPETTO
GERBIL
GERONIMO
GERTRUDE
GHIRADELLI
GHOSTBUSTER
GIDDY
GIDEON
GIDGET
GIGGLES
GIGI
GIGOLO
GILLIGAN
GIMP
GIN
GINGER
GINGERSNAP
GINGHAM
GINSENG
GIPPER
GIRL
GIRLFRIEND
GIRO
GISELLE
GIZMO
GLADSTONE
GNOME
GOBBLE
GOBLIN
GODFATHER
GODZILLA
GOETHE
GOLDIE
GOLDILOCKS
GOLIATH
GOMER
GOOBER
GOOCH
GOOMBA
GOOSE
GOPHER
GORDO
GORGEOUS
GORILLA
GORKY
GOUDA
GRACE
GRANDEUR
GRAZIE
GREMLIN
GRETEL
GREYSTOKE
GRITS
GRIZZLY
GROUCHO
GROVER
GRUMPUS
GRUMPY
GRUNGE
GRUNION
GRUNT
GUAYMAS
GUCCI
GUFFAW
GUIDO
GUINEVERE
GULLIVER
GUMBALL
GUMBO
GUMBY
GUMDROP
GUMMIE BEAR
GUMPS
GUNG HO
GUNNER
GUNTHER
GURU
GUS
GUSSY
GUSTO











HAPPY
HAPPY FEET
HARD ROCK
HARDY
HARLEY
HARMONY
HARPO
HARVEY
HASKELL
HAVANA
HAVOC
HAWK
HAWKEYE
HAZER
HEARTBREAKER
HEARTS
HEATHCLIFF
HEATHER
HEAVEN
HEDGEHOG
HEFTY
HEIDI
HEIRESS
HERCULES
HERMAN
HERMES
HERMIT
HERO
HERSHEY
HICKORY
HILDA
HIPPO
HIPPODROME
HISTORIA
HOAGIE
HOBBIT
HOBO
HOCUS-POCUS
HOG
HOLLY
HOLLYWOOD
HOMEBOY
HOMER
HOMEY
HONCHO
HONEY
HONEY BEAR
HONEYBEE
HONEYSUCKLE ROSE
HONKY-TONK
HOOCH
HOOD
HOOFMAN
HOOK
HOOLIGAN
HOOSIER
HOOVER
HOPE
HORACE
HORATIO
HORS D'OUVRES
HORSHACK
HORUS
HOT DOG
HOTSHOT
HOUDINI
HOWARD
HOWLER
HUBBA HUBBA
HUBBLE
HUCK
HUDSON
HUGGER-MUGGER
HUGO
HULK
HUMDINGER
HUMPHREY
HUNTER









ICON
IDA
IDITAROD
IGGY
IGLOO
IGNATIUS
IGOR
INCA
INDIA
INDIAN
INDIANA
INDIE
INDIGO
INFINITY
INKY
INTELECTUS
INTREPID
IODINE
IOTA
IRA
IRIE
IRIS
IRRESISTIBLE
ISABELLE
ISHTA









JADE
JAG
JAI ALAI
JAILBAIT
JAKE
JALAPEÑO
JAMAICA
JAMES DEAN
JASMINE
JASPER
JAVA
JAZZ
JE T'AIME
JED
JEDI
JEKYLL
JELLY BEAN
JELLY-BELLY
JEMIMA
JERKY
JERSEY
JESSE
JET
JETHRO
JEZEBEL
JIGSAW
JINGLES
JINX
JITTERBUG
JOKER
JOY
JUBILEE
JUDGE
JUGHEAD
JULEP
JULIET
JUMBO
JUNE
JUNIOR
JUNIPER
JUPITER








KAISER
KALAMAZOO
KALEIDOSCOPE
KANDINSKY
KARMA
KATMANDU
KAYLE
KEEPERS
KELLOGG
KENO
KENTUCKY
KENYA
KERMIT
KEWPIE
KIBBLES
KID
KIELBASA
KIKI
KIKU
KILLER
KILO
KIMBUNDU
KING
KING KONG
KINKO
KIPLING
KISSES
KIWI
KLONDIKE
KLUTZ
KNAIDEL
KNICKERBOCKER
KNOCKOUT
KNUCKLES
KOALA
KOBI
KODA
KOKO
KONA
KOOKABURRA
KOOL
KORBEL
KOSMIC
KOSMO
KRISPY
KRYPTONITE
KUDU
KUJO

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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

(A TO F) DOG'S NAME

(A TO F) DOG'S NAME







ABEL
ABERCROMBIE
ABRACADABRA
ACE
ACHILLES
ACTION
ADMIRAL
ADONIS
ADRIATIC
AESOP
AFFINITY
AJAX
AKIRA
ALADDIN
ALASTAIR
ALCATRAZ
ALCHEMY
ALDO
ALEXIA
ALFALFA
ALGER
ALI BABA
ALLEGRO
ALOYSIUS
ALPACA
ALPHA
ALPINE
AMABLE
AMARETTO
AMAZON
AMBASSADOR
AMBER
AMBROSIA
AMETHYST
AMIGO
AMMO
AMORE
AMOS
AMPERSAND
ANACONDA
ANAIS
ANASTASIA
ANDALUSIA
ANDORRA
ANDROID
ANDROMEDA
ANGEL
ANGSTROM
ANGUS
ANIMAL
APACHE
APOGEE
APOLLO
APPRENTICE
APRIL
AQUARIUS
ARAPAHO
ARCHIE
ARES
ARGUS
ARI
ARIEL
ARIES
ARISTOTLE
ARMANI
ARMSTRONG
ARTY
ASHES
ASIA
ASPEN
ASPHALT
ASSET
ASTRO
ASYLUM
ATHENA
ATLANTIS
ATLAS
ATOM
ATTICUS
ATTILA
AUDACITY
AUDITOR
AUGUST
AUGUSTUS
AUREOLE
AURORA
AUSSIE
AUSTIN
AUTOBAHN
AUTUMN
AVALANCHE
AVALON
AVANTI
AVIS
AXLE






BABE
BABETTE
BABIRUSA
BABS
BABUSHKA
BABY
BABY-DOLL
BABY-FACE
BABYKINS
BACCARAT
BACCHUS
BACH
BACI
BACON
BADGER
BAGUETTE
BAHAMA MAMA
BAILEY
BAJA
BALBOA
BALDRIC
BALDWIN
BALDY
BALI
BALLERINA
BAM-BAM
BAMBI
BAMBINO
BAMBOOZLER
BANDANNA
BANDIT
BANDITO
BANGLE
BANJO
BANNER
BANQUO
BANSHEE
BANZAI
BARBARIAN
BARBARINO
BARFLY
BARNACLE
BARNEY
BARON
BAROQUE
BART
BARTHOLOMEW
BARTON
BASEL
BASHFUL
BASIL
BASS
BAXTER
BAYOU
BAZOOKA
BEACHBABY
BEACHCOMBER
BEAMER
BEANS
BEAR
BEARLOCK HOLMES
BEAU
BEAUCOUP
BEAUREGARD
BEAUTY
BEDOUIN
BEEFEATER
BEELZEBUB
BEEPER
BEETHOVEN
BEETLEJUICE
BEGONIA
BELLA MIA
BELLADONNA
BELLBOY
BELLE
BELUGA
BEN
BENGAL
BENJI
BENNINGTON
BENTLEY
BEOWOOF
BERBER
BERET
BERTHA
BESSIE
BETA
BETTY BOOP
BEULAH
BEWITCHED
BIALY
BIANCO or BIANCA
BIDDY (BRIDGET)
BIG BOY
BIG DIPPER
BIG TIME
BIGFOOT
BIJOU
BIKER
BIKO
BIMBO
BINA
BINGO
BIRDY
BISHOP
BISMARCK
BITS
BIZZY
BLACKBIRD
BLACKIE
BLACKJACK
BLANCHE
BLAZE
BLIMP
BLITZEN
BLONDIE
BLOSSOM
BLOTTO
BLUBBER
BLUE
BLUEBERRY
BLUEPRINT
BLUES
BLUNDER
BOA
BOB
BOLLA
BOLOGNA
BOMBSHELL
BONBON
BOND
BONES
BONFIRE
BONGO
BONO
BONSAI
BOOBER
BOO
BOO-BOO
BOOGABOO
BOOGIE-WOOGIE
BOOKER
BOOKIE
BOOM-BOOM
BOOMER
BOONE
BOOTS
BOOZER
BORA
BORIS
BORSCHT
BOSS
BOSSMAN
BOUBIE or BOUBA
BOUFFANT
BOUGAINVILLEA
BOUNCER
BOUQUET
BOXER
BOY
BOZ
BOZO
BRADSTREET
BRAIN
BRAINCHILD
BRAINDEAD
BRANDO
BRANDY
BRANDYWINE
BRASSY
BRAT
BRATWURST (BRAUTTY)
BRAVO
BREATHLESS MAHONEY
BREW
BREWSKY
BRIE
BRIER
BRIT
BRITTANY
BROADWAY
BRONCO
BRONSON
BRONTË
BROUHAHA
BROWN SUGAR
BROWNIE
BRUIN
BRUNHILDA
BRUNO
BRUTUS
BUBBA
BUBBLES
BUCCANEER
BUCK
BUCKAROO
BUCKEYE
BUCKHEAD
BUCKINGHAM
BUCKO
BUCKSHOT
BUCKWHEAT
BUD
BUDDY
BUFFOON
BUFFY
BUG
BUGINARUG
BUGSY
BUGTUSSIE
BUICK
BULLET
BULLFACE
BULLION
BULLWINKLE
BUM
BUTTER
BUTTERBALL
BUTTERCUP
BUTTERMILK
BUTTERSCOTCH
BUTTS
BUZZ
BUZZARD
BYRON
BYTE






CADDY
CADENCE
CADET
CADILLAC
CAESAR
CAGNEY
CAIRO
CAJUN
CALAMITY
CALIBER
CALICO
CALIFORNIA
CALLOWAY
CALVIN
CALYPSO
CAMELOT
CAMEMBERT
CAMEO
CAMUS
CANDY
CANIS
CAPER
CAPO
CAPONE
CAPRICORN
CAPTAIN
CARAMBA
CARAMEL
CARAMELO
CARGO
CARIBOU
CARNATION
CAROB
CAROLINA
CARRAWAY
CASANOVA
CASBAH
CASEY
CASH
CASHMERE
CASINO
CASPAR
CASPER
CASPIAN
CASSIDY
CASSIE (CASSANDRA)
CASSIS
CASSIUS
CASTAWAY
CATALINA
CATAMARAN
CAVIAR
CAYENNE
CECIL
CECILY
CERBERUS
C'EST MOI
CHA SU BAO
CHABLIS
CHA-CHA
CHALET
CHALLENGER
CHAMBRAY
CHAMOIS
CHAMPAGNE
CHAMPION
CHANEL
CHANTILLY
CHAOS
CHAPLIN
CHARADE
CHARLOTTE
CHARMER
CHAUCER
CHAUFFEUR
CHAYA
CHECCA
CHECK
CHECKERS
CHEDDAR
CHEERLEADER
CHEETAH
CHEKHOV
CHELSEA
CHERUB
CHESTER
CHEWBACCA
CHEW-CHEW
CHEWY
CHEYENNE
CHIANTI
CHIC
CHICLET
CHICO
CHICORY
CHIEF
CHIFFON
CHILI
CHINA
CHINA DOLL
CHINCHILLA
CHIN-CHIN
CHIP
CHIPMUNK
CHIPPER
CHIPS
CHIQUITA
CHIVAS
CHLOE
CHO MEIN
CHOCOLATA
CHOCOLATE
CHOCTAW
CHOLO
CHOO-CHOO
CHOPIN
CHOPPER
CHOPSTICKS
CHORIZO
CHOTCHKE
CHOWDER
CHUBBY
CHUBFISH
CHUMP
CHUNK
CHUNKY
CHURCHIL
CLONE
CLOVER
CLYDE
COCONUT
COCOPUFF
CODY
COGNAC
COLA
COLONEL
COLT
COMET
COMPADRE
CONAN
CONDOR
CONFECTION
CONFETTI
CONFUCIUS
CONGA
CONGO
CONJURER
COOKIE
COOKIE MONSTER
COON
COOTER
COPPER
COQUETTE
CORAL
CORAZON
CORDIAL
CORDOBA
CORI
CORKY
CORONA
CORONET
CORY
COSMO(POLITAN)
COUCH POTATO (TATTI)
COUNT
COURVOISIER
COUSCOUS
COUSTEAU
COWBOY
COWGIRL
CRUMPET
CRUNCHER
CRUSADER
CRUSOE
CRYBABY
CRYSTAL
CUBBY
CUCARACHA
CUCINA
CUCKOO
CUDDLES
CUERVO
CUPCAKE
CURIOUS GEORGE
CURLY
CURMUDGEON
CURRY
CUTIE
CUTIE PIE
CYPRESS
CYRANO
CZAR





DAISY
DAKOTA
DALI
DALLAS
DAMAGE
DAMSEL
DANCER
DANDELION
DANK
DANTE
DANU
DANUBE
DAPHNE
DAREDEVIL
DARTH VADER
DASH
DASHER
DAWN
DAZZLER
DEBUTANTE
DEEOGEE
DEGAS
DÉJÀ VU
DELILAH
DELTA
DERBY
DESDEMONA
DESIREE
DESOTO
DESPERADO
DETONATOR
DETOUR
DEUCE
DEVIL
DEW
DEXEDRINE
DIABLO
DIAMOND
DICE
DICKENS
DIDDLEY
DIDI
DIGBY
DIGGER
DIM SUM
DINGO
DINO
DIVA
DIVOT
DIXIE
DIZZY
DOC
DODGER
DODO
DOGLET
DOGZILLA
DOHENY
DOLCE or DULCE
DOLLY
DOMINO
DON
DONNER
DOODLE
DOOGIE
DOOLITTLE
DOONESBURY
DOTS
DOUBLE-O-SEVEN
DOUGH-BOY
DOZER
DR. WHO
DRACO
DRAGON
DRAMBUIE
DREADNOUGHT
DREAMER
DREAMWEAVER
DUNK




EDGE
EGGO
EINSTEIN
ELF
ELIAS
ELMER
ELMO
ELROY
ENCHILADA
ENERGIZER
ENZO
EPCOT
EPIC
EPSTEIN
EQUITY
ERROL
ESCAPADE
ESCORT
ESKIMO
ESPRIT
ESPRESSO
EUPHRATES
EUREKA
EUROPA
EWOK
EXCALIBUR
EXETER



FAJITA
FALAFEL
FALCON
FANCY
FANDANGO
FANG
FANTASIA
FATAL BEAUTY
FATS
FATSO
FATTY
FAUST
FAUX PAS
FEDORA
FELIX
FENDER (BENDER)
FENNEL
FENWAY
FERDINAND
FERREO
FIDO
FIESTA
FIFI
FIGARO
FIJI
FIKRI
FINK
FINN
FIREBUG
FIRECRACKER
FISHBONE
FIZZ
FLANNEL
FLAPPER
FLASH
FLETCH
FLEUR
FLICKER
FLING
FLIPPER
FLIRT
FLORA or FAUNA
FLOWER
FLOYD
FLUFFY
FLURRY
FLUSH
FLY GIRL
FOIE GRAS
FONDUE
FONZI
FOOTBALL
FORMOSA
FOXY
FRANKENSTEIN
FRANKIE
FRAZIER
FRECKLES
FREEBIE
FREEWAY
FREUD
FRIAR TUCK
FRIDAY
FRISBEE
FRISKY
FRITZ
FROGGY
FROSTY
FUNGUS
FUNKY
FUNNYGIRL
FURBALL
FURFACE
FURIOSO
FURR
FUZZIE

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2000 DOG's NAME

2,000 Dog Names
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Saturday, November 1, 2008

LABRADOR DOG




Here i am giving you some useful knowledge about Labrador Dog.
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It is very safe to say that the Labrador is the most popular breed of dog in the world.
Labrador is really very very human friendly .
children friendly to, Labrador love to play with human.
That is why , its a world famous dog
Whether it is being employed as an assistance dog like a seeing eye dog, or as a family pet or hunting dog, the Labrador dog is highly coveted because it has all of the positive personality traits that any owner is looking for. Knowing what to expect from your Labrador dog can make your life a lot easier and you would be hard pressed to find any family situation that the Labrador dog did not fit into.

First and foremost the Labrador dog is extremely obedient. Once you have established trust with the Labrador dog and it knows you are not going to abuse it then you will have its obedience for life. This obedience makes them extremely easy to train in all aspects and that is one of the main reasons why the Labrador dog is chosen to help the blind get around or older people live their lives.

In order to be a working dog, or what many people call an assistance dog, the Labrador dog must also be very intelligent. The Labrador dog is well known for its intelligence, which also makes it very easy to train. It not only makes the Labrador dog easy to train but it assures that the dog will retain much more of the important lessons it needs to learn in order to do the things it is asked to do in its every day life.

The Labrador dog loves to run and play which helps to make it an ideal family pet. If it has been trained properly then the Labrador dog knows when it is playing too rough and this can make the dog an ideal pet for families with children. Its obedience and intelligence help to make it the perfect companion and the perfect playmate for children as long as the children are not too small.

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GERMAN SHEPHERED



Here , i am giving u some general information about German shepherd dog.
German shepherd dog make you royal. German shepherd really looks great and attractive.
German shepherd is an active breed and thrives on work-little is beyond its capabilities.
he is the epitome of those qualities considered to be ideal with in a dog.
German shepherd also human friendship.
He has a keen sense of humor and enjoy playful games yet, in defence of those he loves, can become a frightening adversary that one would be well advised to keep clear of.He can fit into a flat or a mansion as the need may be, he is happy whenever you are happy.

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About This Blog

The basic purpose of this blog to sell good quality puppies and dogs.We are also providing some useful information about famous dog's breeds.

About This Blog

The basic purpose of this blog to sell good quality puppies and dogs.We are also providing some useful information about famous dog's breeds.

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