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The Top 11 Dog Breeds

Big, small, long hair or short – there’s a dog breed to steal everyone’s heart. Whether you already have a dog, or are considering which one will be right for you, it’s important to know what to expect, and what special needs your dog might have. Grooming, health issues, and behavior vary significantly between breeds. Give your dog what’s needed and you’ll be rewarded with endless love.

Beagle
Chihuahua
Cocker Spaniel American
Cocker Spaniel English
Dachshund
German Shepherd
Golden Retriever
Labrador Retriever
Miniature Poodle
Shih Tzu
Toy Poodle
 

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  Breed Facts:

  • Watch out for puppy mills, dogs tend to be sickly when bought from a disreputable source
  • Make sure that you read up about the breed you are interested in, sometimes they might have characteristics that do not suit your lifestyle
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