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Breed Bio – Collie

Originating in Scotland in the early 1800s and used strictly for herding, the collie has always been a very popular breed of dog. The American Kennel Club acknowledged the breed in 1885 and today ranks them 35th among the most popular dog breeds in America. Collies are popular not only for their use as herding

Breed Bio – German Shepherd Dog

If you’re looking for a dog that’s a faithful companion and loyal protector while still having a high desire to play, a German Shepherd may be the perfect choice. German Shepherds have been around since the late 1800s and continue to be one of the most popular breeds of dogs. They are consistently ranked among

Breed Bio – Bassett Hound

Long ears, short legs and drool is what you may first notice when you see a basset hound in person, but take a closer look. These lovable dogs are hounds in name and couch potatoes at heart. As happy to trot alongside you for miles as they are to cuddle while you binge on your

Breed Bio – Boxer

Boxer dog guardians will tell you that to know a boxer is to love one. In fact, owners are known to tell people that it is almost impossible to have just one. Perpetual puppies, the boxer is a breed that does not mentally mature until it is well over three years old. If you are

Breed Bio – Cairn Terrier

Describing a Cairn Terrier to someone unfamiliar with the breed is easy. Just say, “Dorothy's dog, Toto, in the movie, The Wizard of Oz.” Played by a female named Terry, “Toto” was the iconic Cairn Terrier in both appearance and spirit. Modern Cairn Terriers resemble the original working terriers developed on the Isle of Skye

Breed Bio – Irish Wolfhound

Background Irish Wolfhounds, tall in stature and long in history, once needed all their Irish luck to survive as a breed. As hunters of the Irish wolf and the giant Irish elk, they may have been too good at their jobs. When those two species disappeared forever, the Irish hounds were jobless, and their numbers

Breed Bio – Siberian Husky

It would be hard to deny that the Siberian Husky is a cold weather specialist. With an abundant double coat and a hardy constitution, the medium-sized Siberian is an ideal companion for outdoor winter fun. Developed by the ancient Chukchi people along the edge of the Arctic Ocean, these dogs were bred to cover long