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Otodectic mites are tiny insects that live in the ear canals and feed by piercing the skin
12.05.2014 · From gsicard
This is a list of dogs that are on the brink of Extinction. Cross posted from FB with permission of the author.
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30.11.2013 · From Gary_Sicard
I would sing a serenade to the wondrous beauty of canine locomotion.
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28.03.2009 · From someone
Estonian Hound Standard | Estonian Hound Standard
25.03.2009 · From admin
English Pointer Standard | English Pointer Standard
25.03.2009 · From admin
English Shepherd | English Shepherd
25.03.2009 · From admin
English Bulldog | English Bulldog
25.03.2009 · From admin
Estrela Mountain Dog | Estrela Mountain Dog
25.03.2009 · From admin
English Mastiff | English Mastiff
25.03.2009 · From admin
Entlebuch Cattle Dog | Entlebuch Cattle Dog
25.03.2009 · From admin
Developed in Germany in the 1950's, the Eurasier is said to be a result of crossing the Chow Chow with a Samoyed
24.02.2003 · From admin
One of Britain's most famous breeds, the Bulldog of today is a very different dog compared to its Alaunt ancestors, not only in appearance, but also in personality
23.02.2003 · From admin
One of the most unique dog breeds, the English Bullterrier was once commonly referred to as the "Canine Gladiator" in its native Britain, where it was created in the 1850's by Birmingham's John Hinks
23.02.2003 · From admin
This famous British giant is a breed of a rather misleading name, because it is neither the oldest nor the only, or even the purest mastiff breed in the world
23.02.2003 · From admin
Estrela Mountain Dog Most popular of all Portuguese breeds, the Estrela Mountain Dog is also one of the oldest Molossers of the region. Believed to had been brought by either the Roman troops or the invading Visigoths to the Iberian Peninsula, t…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The legendary Molossos Tis Epirou is THE original dog of the ancient Molossian tribes of Greece, alongside the more famous Skilos Tou Pyrrou
23.02.2003 · From admin
The Entelbucher shares its origins with the Appenzeller, Greater Swiss and Bernese Mountain Dogs of Switzerland, all of which can be traced to dogs brought by Roman soldiers some 2000 years ago. Considered to be the same thing as the Appenzell Cattle…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The modern English Setter breed was created in 1825 by a hunting enthusiast named Edward Laverack, who crossed a variety of old English spaniels, retrievers, mastiffs and setters with the intention of developing an all-around gundog, capable of both …
23.02.2003 · From admin
23.02.2003 · From admin
Descended from ancient Pannonian Herders, introduced to Britain during the Roman invasion through interbreeding with local watchdogs and sheepdogs, the English Shepherd survived as a common herder, existing in a variety of types for centuries. Alongs…
23.02.2003 · From admin
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