• Breed Profile Papillon

    Papillon - Breed Spotlight

    Evidence of small dogs being owned by royalty has existed throughout history, and the Continental Toy Spaniel’s history is no exception. Pint-sized Spaniels have been popular among European royalty for well over a thousand years. These dogs were known as the Continental Toy Spaniel. The Continental Toy Spaniels were first brought to America in the early 1900s where, to this day, they remain one of the most popular toy Spaniels in the country and one of the most easily recognized in the world.

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  • Breed Spotlight Labrador Retriever Infographic Preview V4

    Labrador Retriever - Breed Spotlight

    The Labrador Retrievers are an iconic, all-around family and working dog. Their good nature, even temperament, and eagerness to learn make them ideal companions for almost any task. The breed was among the canine heroes that joined in the search for survivors and casualties of 9/11. They are everyday heroes to many people as they perform therapy work or greet their best friends at the door after a hard day of work

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  • Breed Spotlight American Eskimo Infographic Preview

    American Eskimo - Breed Spotlight

    Originally a variety of German Spitz, the American Eskimo dog shares the same history and lineages as the German Spitz varieties that include the Keeshond, Pomeranian, and Volpino Italiano.

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    Famous Police Dogs

    Whether it’s detecting explosives, chasing down a fleeing criminal, or assisting in a drug bust, K9 officers offer superhero powers to police forces across the nation. In today’s episode of Talkin’ Dogs, we talk about some of the most famous and heroic K9 officers.

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  • Breed Profile Weimaraner Infographic Preview V2

    Weimaraner - Breed Spotlight

    The Weimaraner, or Weim, has a rich history—some of which is the subject of conjecture. What is known about this stunning breed is that it originally hails from the town of Weimar, Germany. It is believed that the Weim was originally developed as an all-around hunting dog, bred and kept by hunters and gamekeepers in and around the city of Weimar and Thuringia.

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