Dog Breeds

  • January 4, 2018

    It makes perfect sense to Pug owners that pug rhymes with hug. These sweet and affectionate dogs love to cuddle. And since Pug puppies love to pose, this square wall calendar is sure to delight. Includes a free download of the DogDays app for iOS and Android, which grants access to the world's most ...

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  • January 4, 2018

    Portuguese Water Dogs are referred to as Cao de Agua (dog of water) in Portugal, where they were originally bred to assist fishermen. Highly intelligent, loyal, and athletic, these dogs respond well to obedience training. Perhaps the most famous Portuguese Water Dog is Bo, the First Dog. This Portug ...

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  • January 3, 2018

    The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is the smaller, newer of the two Welsh Corgi breeds. The Welsh Corgi was brought to Wales by the Celts. The word corgi, in fact, comes from the Celtic words for dwarf and dog. These dogs have a thick, dense coat and adapt to most climates. They are playful, strong, even-temp ...

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  • December 30, 2017

    Longhaired Dachshunds were originally bred in Germany to hunt badgers. Initially they were a cross between the Smooth Dachshund and Spaniels, and thus tend to be a bit larger than the Smooth Dachshund. Low to the ground with a long, soft, shiny coat, the Longhaired Dachshund is bold, alert, and exce ...

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  • December 29, 2017

    Originating from Tibet as palace guard dogs, Lhasa Apsos exhibit keen intelligence and acute hearing. The name Lhasa Apso means barking lion sentinel dog. Their distinctive long, heavy double coat, which drapes over their body all the way to the floor, gives them a very stately presence. Lhasa Apsos ...

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  • December 23, 2017

    The Samoyed is a fun-loving, happy dog that always seems to have a smile on its face. Although its ancestry is unclear, the Samoyed derives its name from the Samoyed people of the Siberian tundra. Sammies love cold weather and enjoy playing in the snow. This delightful square wall calendar celebrate ...

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  • December 10, 2017

    Presumably from Egypt, this breed dates back 5,000 years or more. The Greyhound is gentle, loving, affectionate and incredibly fast. General George A. Custer fancied these graceful animals so much that he owned a pack of about 40 hounds. Those who admire the sleek, beautiful Greyhound will appreciat ...

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  • December 8, 2017

    By nature, the Keeshonden is a happy, friendly dog that is extremely affectionate. This very furry and extraordinarily huggable animal is the national dog of Holland. It is an intelligent, alert, and loyal companion. Those keen on Keeshonden are sure to love this splendid square wall calendar. Inclu ...

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  • December 6, 2017

    The Schipperke originated in Belgium, and its name is Flemish for little captain of the boat. It earned this fanciful moniker in its days as guard dog aboard canal barges. Clever and quick moving, the bold, playful Schipperke doesn't let its diminutive size stand in its way. Schipperkes are very loy ...

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