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  • Chien Français

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      The Chien Français is descended from Gascons and the Saintongeois crossed with the English foxhound. Description This is an elegant, muscular, well-balanced dog. Height: from 26 to 28 inches (65- 72 cm.). Weight: 62 to 66 pounds (28-30 kg.). It has a convex skull, an elongated head, and an open nose. Eyes: dark, with […] More

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  • Skye Terrier

    The origin of the Skye terrier is connected with a shipwreck. In the early 1600’s a Spanish ship came to grief against the rocks of the island of Skye in the  Scottish Hebrides. Among the survivors were Maltese dogs that mated with local terriers. Description Its length should be twice its height. Average hight is […] More

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  • Maremma Sheepdog

    Maremma dog

    These dogs have existed for as long as man has kept sheep and needed a guardian to defend them Description The Maremma Sheepdog has a solid, muscular build, a thick white coat, a large head and a black nose. According to the breed standard, males should weigh 35 to 45 kilograms (77 to 99 lb) […] More

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  • Biking dog video

    Doggies are fun to watch on their bikes… hilarious video More

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  • Pekingese

    The Pekingese probably has spitz blood, but its origin is lost in the shadows of a tour-thousand-year history. For many centuries the Pekingese was the favorite of the imperial family in Peking. It was brought to Europe in 1860 by British and French soldiers who found the dogs in the ruins of the Summer Palace […] More

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  • Saint Bernard

    Traveling through the Alps was a dangerous business before the era of modern transportation. That’s why the monks at the Saint Bernard Pass between Switzerland and Italy began using their dogs in search and rescue operations. These giant, red-and-white dogs quickly became known around the world as the Saint Bernard. Today, the Saint Bernard is […] More

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  • French Bulldog

    This is a native French breed, possibly with some English bulldog blood. It reached its greatest popularity in the second half of the nineteenth century. History The origin of the modern French Bulldog breed descends directly from the dogs of the Molossians, an ancient Greek tribe. The dogs were spread throughout the ancient world by Phoenician […] More

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