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A large dog and a true workhorse, the Newfoundland is a master at long-distance swimming and has true lifesaving instincts in the water.

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The Pekingese were held sacred in ancient China and could only be be owned by royalty.

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The Chihuahua is intelligent and enthusiastic, so they usually don’t need extensive training.

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The Swedish Vallhund is also known as Vastgotaspets and Swedish Cattledog.

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At 17 to 20 inches tall and weighing between 35 and 50 pounds, he truly is the “standard” Schnauzer: larger than the Miniature and smaller than the Giant.

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A large dog and a true workhorse, the Newfoundland is a master at long-distance swimming and has true lifesaving instincts in the water.

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Alert and active, the Cairn Terrier possesses a harsh, weather-resistant outer coat that can be any color except white.

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The Glen of Imaal Terrier was initially bred to rid the home and farm of vermin, and hunt badger and fox.

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The Glen of Imaal Terrier was initially bred to rid the home and farm of vermin, and hunt badger and fox.

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Someone you know probably NEEDS this Labrador Retriever nutritional fact mug, be it the health-conscious family member or the lab loving neighbor. 100% AWESOME.

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The oval eyes are the focus of an intelligent expression—an intense gaze, the Border Collie's famous “herding eye,” is a breed hallmark.

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At 17 to 20 inches tall and weighing between 35 and 50 pounds, he truly is the “standard” Schnauzer: larger than the Miniature and smaller than the Giant.

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Looking to take great photos of your dog? Australian photographer Alex Cearns of Houndstooth Studio, who specializes in dog photography, has perfected the art of bringing dogs' vibrant facial expressions to life in her various heartwarming images.

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The Shiba Inu has an independent nature and can be reserved toward strangers, but is loyal and affectionate to those who earn his respect. #Puppy

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The oval eyes are the focus of an intelligent expression—an intense gaze, the Border Collie's famous “herding eye,” is a breed hallmark.

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The Curly Coated Retriever is one of the oldest breeds classified as retrievers.

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Americans became aware of the Dogue de Bordeaux when he appeared as drooling, messy Hooch in the 1989 Tom Hanks' film, Turner and Hooch.

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The Doberman Pinscher is elegant in appearance and reflects great nobility and temperament.

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The Whippet is extremely fast, capable of reaching speeds up to 35 mph.

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The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in America. One look at this face and you'll know why :P

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DIY Dog Paw Towel for dog lovers: anyone who owns a dog knows that being outdoors makes them happy. But mud puddles certainly make our lives a little more difficult! Whether your dog loves to play in the mud, or you just want a handy towel to wipe of thei

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Standing as high as 32 inches at the shoulder, Great Danes tower over most other dogs—and when standing on their hind legs, they’re taller than many people.

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The Chihuahua is intelligent and enthusiastic, so they usually don’t need extensive training.

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The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in America. One look at this face and you'll know why :P

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Alert and active, the Cairn Terrier possesses a harsh, weather-resistant outer coat that can be any color except white.

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