Category: Dog Breeds & Breeding

Facts About the Kangal Shepherd

The embodiment of force and fearless at heart, the Kangal is a great dog. This article provides some information on this brave and loyal dog breed. History There are...

The Irish Wolfhound – The Giant

A giant dog, the Irish Wolfhound used to be a fierce fighter being able to kill even lions! However, the nowadays wolfhound is a friendly giant so kind that he warmly...

Pharaoh Hound – The Oldest Breed

Unique and remarkably intelligent, the Pharaoh hound has been around for 5000 years. It is highly energetic, and does not know the meaning of the word...

The Clumber Spaniel – Dog Belonging To Kings And Queens

The Clumber spaniel is a white-haired dog which is very good for hunting in thick and dense underbrush. A short and strong breed, it is an excellent water dog. History...

Banning Dangerous Dog Breeds

Ontario became the first Canadian province to ban pit bull terriers, and now more and more cities and countries have enforced bans to protect citizens from dangerous...

Tosa Inu – Fighting Dog of Japan

The sight of a Tosa Inu arrayed in full ceremonial fighting regalia and traditionally brought into the fighting arena by two handlers, makes an impressive and...

Great Tips For Breeding Your Dog

Choosing to breed your dog is a big decision and it’s natural to feel a little uneasy about the process. These dog breeding tips will help things go smoothly and help...

Overview Of Different Breeds Of Dogs

There are over a hundred registered breed of dogs. Recognizing the type of the dog is basically associated with its breed. A purebred animal belongs to a documented and...

The Chinese Crested

The Chinese Crested This is actually a rare breed that is small in size. In most instances, it can be fluffy (Powder Puff) or hairless (Chinese Hairless). Here is some...

The Black and Tan Coonhound

The Black and Tan Coonhound The black and tan coonhound is gradually becoming scarce today, since the need for this breed is decreasing very fast. However, it is...