Facts about Bulldog

BulldogBulldog Temperament Bulldog originates from Great Britain, and has a long history, now reigning as the national symbol of Great Britain. These dogs have been used for many purposes over the years, from guarding and hunting to baiting and fighting. The breed was registered with the AKC in 1934.

The Bulldog is a gentle, easy going, and affectionate dog, with a wonderful nature, a comical outlook on life, and a really entertaining personality. The national symbol of Great   Britain, the Bulldog is known to be extremely amiable, friendly, and loving, and loves to spend time with his family Known to be one of the most dependable breeds around, the Bulldog makes a wonderful family pet, and is fine for the more inexperienced dog owners as well as those with experience. The Bulldog can have a stubborn streak, but is also a very docile breed with plenty of affection and devotion to give to his family. Continue reading Facts about Bulldog

Daschund: The happy kings

DaschundDaschund is one of those breeds of dog that has almost all the qualities a person would want in his pet. Daschund is available in three varieties: the standard, the miniature, and the toy. So you can choose the size according to your life style.

Daschund as pets are great to live with. They form perfect watchdogs and are a playful breed. They love their owner and a mildly protective. However, children need to be taught to not be rough with the dog else it may cause problems. They do well with mature and considerate children. Continue reading Daschund: The happy kings

The Shih Tzu: A royal breed

shih-tzuThe Shih Tzu is one of the most hairy breeds of dog. It has a dense and long double coat and belongs to the Toy category of breeds. The texture of the undercoat is wooly and soft but however they are mild shedders.

This breed often called ‘small lion’ comes from Tibet and is mostly found in China. The love spending time with their families and get along well with other pets and older children. They are confident and alert and make perfect watchdogs. They are not the ones who like to be aloof and tend to get destructive if left alone for a long span of time.
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