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    Havanese

    There’s very little that legendary fictional bad boy, Tony Montana, or Scarface and the Havanese have in common. In fact, you’ll never read a comparison of this kind. The toy breed like Scarface is from Cuba. And like the madman himself, made an escape to the U.S. for a better life. Aside from that, of […] More

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    Vizsla

    When you take one look at the Vizsla, you can’t help but think, what a charming Golden Rust dog. Indeed, that is all true as a companion. Yet, on the trail, this medium size breed is game for high energy pursuits and possesses the versatile skill capabilities hunters dream about. Moreover, this is a breed […] More

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    Treeing Walker Coonhound

    If you love to hunt then it would make sense to invest in the “people’s choice” for hunting, the Treeing Walker Coonhound. Indeed, this breed is as versatile of a hunting hound as they come. Hunters laud them for their durability, incredible sense and athleticism.  And when the breed is done with a hard day’s […] More

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    Toy Fox Terrier

    If you like buying American, then the Toy Fox Terrier is waiting to hear from you! This exuberant, running, and jumping Toy breed comes from an impressive ancestry of performers. From the dog shows to the circus, yes the circus, the TFT loves the spotlight. However, don’t let the cute face fool you. While the […] More

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    Tibetan Terrier

    What’s in a dog name? Not much, that is, if you’re the Tibetan Terrier. Indeed, one of the most misleading breeds by name sake, the TT has no relation to any terrier. Much like their relative, the Tibetan Spaniel, the breed was stuck with a name that doesn’t really represent them. As you can probably […] More

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    Tibetan Spaniel

    Down on your luck? Well, it sounds like you’re in need of a Tibetan Spaniel. That’s right, the dog from the Rooftop of the world, Tibet, is said to be a symbol of good luck. This small, rather active, non sporting group has been the charm on monks for at least 3,000 years. While their […] More

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    Thai Ridgeback

    If you suffer from Ophidiophobia — then the Thai Ridgeback is the dog for you. Meet the rare and exotic medium size breed, with a propensity of capturing and killing Cobras. If they have to, that is. Living most of its existence in isolation, the Ridgeback is beginning to see some exposure. An excellent family […] More

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    Swedish Vallhund

    They aren’t Corgis, although they look the part — the Swedish Vallhund is an ancient herding breed with high energy to shake off.  While the breed is considerably rare, there is growing enthusiasm about them in the United States. And why not, they are eager to work, striving to please and yearning to love. Moreover, […] More

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    Pekingese

    Back in the day, you didn’t need a can of mace. Nope, you could hide a Pekingese in your sleeve like emperors did centuries ago, and unleash them under threat. This breed, also known as the “Lion Dog,” is one of the oldest and most regal dogs on the planet. While times are different, and […] More

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    Standard Schnauzer

    [tps_footer][/tps_footer] Move over Tom Selleck and Rollie Fingers, there’s a new moustache in town — The Standard Schnauzer. Meet the German snout. This hairy, medium size, versatile working breed needs no help filling out their resume. A farm dog from the Middle Ages, the Standard Schnauzer is also the progenitor of the Miniature and Giant […] More

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