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    Pekingese Breed Spotlight

    These small dogs have been known to exist in China since the eighth century. Surviving for more than thirteen hundred years, the breed was first referenced in the ancient artwork of the Tang Dynasty. The breed reached the peak of its popularity in the early to mid-1800s, when it was said that thousands of them were kept at various palaces.

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    My Dog is Afraid of Cameras

    Your dog is sitting there, posing in the most adorable way. You get your camera or phone out to capture the moment, and then your dog moves as soon as you take the picture. Sometimes it seems like your dog knows his picture is being taken. So how can you get the perfect picture of your dog?

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    Old English Mastiff Breed Spotlight

    There is much speculation about the origin of the Old English Mastiff, also called English Mastiff, or just simply Mastiff. The ancestors of the modern-day Mastiffs were found in what is now present-day Britain by Roman soldiers during the expansion of the Roman Empire. The Romans called these dogs Canes Pugnaces Britanniae, which roughly translated to “British Fighting Dogs.”

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    5 Signs Your Dog Is Aging

    Do you remember those times when you were traveling with your dog everywhere? Or the moment you first brought him home? There are moments in the relationship of a pet owner and its dog that will remain forever in your memory. The puppy you firstly had has now grown up into an adult one. Unfortunately, no matter how much we want, dogs do not stay puppies or young forever.

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    Irish Wolfhound Breed Spotlight

    Ancient hounds have existed in Irish legends, lore, and literature since the beginning of Ireland's recorded history. They were protectors of kings, defenders of life, and hunters of game up until the fifteenth century. From that point, they were used specifically to hunt wolves, a job that they excelled in.

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