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Many dogs need more exercise than a walk can provide. Dogs that have excess energy or were bred to work such as herding, sporting and working dogs will enjoy an opportunity to stretch their legs.
Dogs  Health
30.06.2014 · From eliteguardianpresa
Rhodesian Ridgeback - revised 1 May 2008 | Rhodesian Ridgeback - revised 1 May 2008
25.03.2009 · From admin
Rhodesian Ridgeback | Rhodesian Ridgeback
25.03.2009 · From admin
Russo-European Liaka | Russo-European Liaka
25.03.2009 · From admin
Rottweiler | Rottweiler
25.03.2009 · From admin
Romanian Mioritic Shepherd Dog | Romanian Mioritic Shepherd Dog
25.03.2009 · From admin
An ancient Dalmatian Molosser, the Ragusa Watchdog is believed to be extinc
23.02.2003 · From admin
Another re-creation of the Olde English Bulldogge
23.02.2003 · From admin
By crossing his American Bulldogs with Bullmastiffs, English Bulldogs, Bandogges and Hermes Bulldogges in the last decade of the 20th century, Chadde JoliCoeur attempted to re-create the legendary working British Bulldogge breed of the 1800's
23.02.2003 · From admin
Descended from ancient Molossian war dogges and Sylvan drovers brought to western Europe by the Romans who used them to accompany their troops and cattle across the Alps and guard their camps, the original Rottweil Mastiff was a larger and more feroc…
23.02.2003 · From admin
Unlike the Boerboel, which was developed from strictly non-African breeds, this Zimbabwe-based breed was created by crossing the native ridge-backed dogs, such as the old Steekbaard and Khoikhoi hounds, most likely descended from the ancient Thai Rid…
23.02.2003 · From admin
Related to the legendary Blue Paul, the Scottish Red Smut was bred for smaller size and reddish-brown coat. Derived from local working bulldogs and terriers found in the Glasgow area and influenced by some Irish Bulldog blood, the Red Smut was slower…
23.02.2003 · From admin
Developed from American Bulldogs and Pit Bulls, as well as English Bullterriers and Presa Canarios, the Reno Bull Terrier is an athletic and powerful Molosser, used primarily as a fighting dog. But this mighty bulldog is also an ideal contestant for …
23.02.2003 · From admin
The rare Russian Bullterrier was developed in the late 1980's, at first by crossing Staffordshire Bull Terriers with English Bulldogs
23.02.2003 · From admin
[htmlThis old working breed was developed from bearded shepherds, spaniels and Poodles in the 1400's in the Ravenna and Comacchio regions of Romagna in northern Italy, near the Swiss border. An excellent swimmer and retriever, the Lagotto Romagn…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The legendary Russian Bulldogge belonged to a group of baiting and fighting dogs that were collectively known under the "mordash" name, which is thought to be a corruption of the word "moloss", and reserved for imported breeds. Baiting spectacles wer…
23.02.2003 · From admin
Even though the name "Redbone" has been commonly used by American hunters to describe any red-coated hound since the late 18th century, it wasn't until the mid-1800's that the Redbone Coonhound was formed as a breed, when George F.L.Birdson…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The Russian Hound has been a well-loved and celebrated working breed in its homeland, where it has existed in a variety of types since ancient times, when it was developed by crossing common hunting dogs with various Laikas and indigenous ovcharkas. …
23.02.2003 · From admin
The Russo-European Laika is a close relative of the Karelian Bear Dog of Finland, but it wasn't created by crossing the Finnish breed with the so-called Russian Utchak Sheepdog", as falsely claimed by many authors. In fact, there is no such bree…
23.02.2003 · From admin
This is a recent creation, developed by Arnold Roth in America, who basically wanted a white-coated Rottweiler. By crossing his Rottweilers with American Bulldogs and selecting only the white-coloured puppies for his breeding programme, Roth establis…
23.02.2003 · From admin