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Wild canines are constantly in search of food for survival. Although you will never let your dog go hungry, his instinct to find food remains strong.
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16.01.2011 · From admin
Flat-Coated Retriever | Flat-Coated Retriever
25.03.2009 · From admin
Flying W Mastiff | Flying W Mastiff
25.03.2009 · From admin
French Bulldog | French Bulldog
25.03.2009 · From admin
French Bullmastiff | French Bullmastiff
25.03.2009 · From admin
Finnish Lapphund | Finnish Lapphund
25.03.2009 · From admin
Fila Brasileiro | Fila Brasileiro
25.03.2009 · From admin
Fox Terrier (Smooth) | Fox Terrier (Smooth)
25.03.2009 · From admin
Fox Terrier (Wire) | Fox Terrier (Wire)
25.03.2009 · From admin
A result of crossing the Dogue de Bordeaux with the English Bullmastiff, this large Molosser was developed on both sides of the Atlantic at different points over the past centuries
25.02.2003 · From admin
The French Gascony Pointer was developed in the 17th century from a variety of gundogs imported from Italy and Spain
23.02.2003 · From admin
Developed from European mastiffs, most notably the English, Spanish and Portuguese dogs, as well as the Continental Bloodhound, the Scottish Sleuth-Hound and the original Bandogue Brasileiro
23.02.2003 · From admin
Developed in 1700's from miniature Bulldogs and possibly Pugs, the French Bulldog is thought to actually be of British origin
23.02.2003 · From admin
The hardy Savoy Sheepdog comes from the Alpine region of South-East France, where it can still be found as a prized sheep herder and protector, as well as a common farmdog. Strong, lean and quick, this highly intelligent worker might find its place i…
23.02.2003 · From admin
This old English water dog was developed in the 1800's from various pointers, setters, collies, spaniels and early types of Newfoundlands and St.John's Water Dogs. Originally referred to as the Wavy-Coated Retriever, it was a valued gundog …
23.02.2003 · From admin