• Breed Spotlight Anatolian Shepherd Dog Infographic Preview

    Anatolian Shepherd Dog - Infographic Breed Spotlight

    The Anatolian Shepherd Dog is believed to have descended from ancient war and hunting dogs of Mesopotamia, and ancient herding dogs of the Middle East. Today, the Anatolian Shepherd Dog’s exceptional flock-guardian capabilities are coming front and center, and they are growing in popularity.

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  • Breed Spotlight Cairn Terrier Infographic Preview

    Cairn Terrier - Breed Spotlight

    Much of the Cairn Terrier’s popularity can be attributed the breed’s success in cinema. In the film adaption of The Wizard of Oz, the role Toto was played by a Cairn Terrier named Terry. Over the course of her film career, Terry performed alongside a number of A-list actors and starred in a total of sixteen films.

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  • What Is A Breed Standard CKC

    What is a Breed Standard for Purebred Dogs?

    Have you ever heard the term “breed standard” and wondered what that meant?
    A breed standard is an essential tool that serves as a blueprint and outlines the ideal characteristics for each dog breed. We also cover how breed standards were created and why they are important.

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    Top 10 Dog Statues Around the World

    Statues have been around for centuries, capturing many historical events and people in time! Did you know that there are several famous dog statues around the world too? So if you like to travel or just happen to find yourself near one of these locations, this might be a good next stop on your road trip! We are listing out the Top 10 Dog Statues Around the World.

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  • Breed Profile Schiller Hound

    Schiller Hound - Breed Spotlight

    The Schillerstovare, or Schiller Hound, is a continental-type hound that was developed in Sweden. It is believed these dogs were developed from hounds that originated in southern Germany, and was later crossed to other Swiss Hounds and Harriers. They are named for Per Schiller, a Swedish farmer who exhibited the first of these dogs at a dog show back in 1907. The breed remains fairly rare outside of its native Sweden as of today, but it holds a steady following in his home country.

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