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Posted on : April 09, 2008
American Hairless Terrier

The American Hairless Terrier, also known as the AHT, is classified under the UKC (United Kennel Club) category of Terriers. This breed is a relatively new breed, originating solely from the Rat Terrier breed. American Hairless Terriers have a height range of 7 "“ 16 inches (18 "“ 41 centimeters) and a weight range of […]

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American Cocker Spaniel

The American Cocker Spaniel, also simply known as the Cocker Spaniel, is classified under the AKC (American Kennel Club) category of sporting dogs, and is the smallest sporting dog breed. Differing from their English counterparts, mainly in terms of size, the American Cocker Spaniel is considered one of the most popular purebred dogs in America. […]

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American Bulldog

The American Bulldog, also known as the Old Country Bulldog, is classified under the UKC (United Kennel Club) category of guardian dogs. Lacking resemblance to the English Bulldog, the American Bulldog is instead similar to older (circa 17th Century) dogs that were used for entertainment fighting. Male American Bulldogs have a height range of 22 […]

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Alpine Spaniel

The Alpine Spaniel is an extinct breed that originated in the Swiss Alps and was used mainly for mountain rescues. Also called the Bernardine, this breed is thought to be the predecessor of the modern Saint Bernard and the Clumber Spaniel. Alpine Spaniels are still, to this day, one of the larger breeds of the […]

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Alpine Dachsbracke

The Alpine Dachsbracke is categorized under the AKC (American Kennel Club) category of Scenthounds. The Alpine Dachsbracke is also known as the Alpenlandischer Dachsbracke, Alpenländische Dachsbracke, and the Basset des Alpes. An Austrian breed, the Dachsbracke was bred to assist hunters in tracking prey. Dachsbrackes have a general height range of 13 to 16.5 inches […]

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