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These Yorkie puppies are all tuckered out. Watch them as they curl up and have a much needed nap.

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The Sealyham Terrier isn't quite big enough to be considered a medium-sized dog, yet he's among the strongest and most substantial of what we think of as a small dog.

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Early 1930s Sealyham Terrier Ch Westburn Wog. The decade represented a great period of show ring success for the breed, which derived in the mid 19th century from the Corgi.

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These Alaskan Malamute pups are only a few months old. We see a fluffy future ahead!

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Tongue's out for the world, Frenchie style. 🐢🐾 #FrenchBulldog

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This merry breed is set apart from other terriers by a soft, silky, gently waving coat, of warm wheaten color, much like the color of ripening wheat. #SoftCoatedWheatenTerrier

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We love going behind the scenes in dog portraiture. This shot of a shot of an Alaskan Malamute appeared as the frontispiece in a 1955 AKC gazette -- captioned Artists and Models.

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AKC's Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2016

March 21, 2016 AKC Canine Retreat, NYC New York, NY âβ‚¬β€œ The Labrador Retriever does it again! In a press conference today at its new pet care space, AKC Canine...

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These Yorkie puppies are all tuckered out. Watch them as they curl up and have a much needed nap.

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Cairn Terrier coat close-up β€” Credit: Nicola Higgins and Carol Onstad

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2017 AKC Empire State ACE award VR360

New York, NY - The American Kennel Club (AKC®), the nationâ€ℒs largest purebred dog registry and leading advocate for dogs, posthumously presented the last sur...

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The Pointer gives the impression of compact power and agile grace, with a noble carriage, an intelligent expression, and a muscular body.

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Early 1930s Sealyham Terrier Ch Westburn Wog. The decade represented a great period of show ring success for the breed, which derived in the mid 19th century from the Corgi.

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