Rat Terrier Dogs 101- Animal Facts

Rat Terrier Dogs 101- Animal Facts

The Rat Terrier is a relatively new breed but during his short history, the Rat Terrier has proven himself to be a versatile, multipurpose dog with a playful, happy-go-lucky attitude. He is an all-in-one dog — able to do virtually anything. And he is a loyal friend and family companion.

He is athletic and agile, loves to play, and has a special passion for chasing balls. There is far more to know about the Rat Terrier than his endearing Rattie ears! Let’s get to know him.

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Border Terriers Dogs 101 (Starring Maisy the Border Terrier) - Animal Facts

Border Terriers Dogs 101

Meet Maisy. Maisy is a Border Terrier. For most of her breed’s existence, the Border Terrier has been unknown, and her people prefer that she stay that way if it means protecting her from the ravages of popularity.

She’s intelligent, loyal, fearless, loving, and determined, and about as aggravating as any dog can be.

The Border Terrier may well be one of the oldest terriers in Great Britain, but for many of you, this may be the first you’ve heard of her. Let’s get to know this spunky little pest.

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dogs 101 akita inu

Japanese Akita Inu Dogs 101

The Akita Inu is a big, bold, beautiful dog with a distinctly powerful appearance. He’s large with a noble and intimidating presence. Yet, he’s intelligent, affectionate and quite loyal.

From royal guardian to a therapy dog, the Akita Inu does not back down from a challenge and has both the brain and the brawn to face any that come his way. Let’s get to know our confident, rugged friend.

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Dogs 101 Saint Bernard Interesting - Animal Facts

Dogs 101 Saint Bernard Interesting – Animal Facts

Ahh, the Saint Bernard – the mixologist of the Alps. Well, maybe not, but if you remember when Saturday morning cartoons were awesome, you likely think of the brandy barrel when the name Saint Bernard comes up.

The Saint Bernard is a giant, strong, muscular dog and has been a beloved breed of dog for hundreds of years and that is likely to continue well into the future.

Other than his repeated appearances in pop culture, there are plenty of fascinating facts about the lovable Saint Bernard. Let’s get to know him.

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Dogs 101 Shiba Inu Japanese Dog 柴犬 - Animal Facts

Dogs 101 Shiba Inu Japanese Dog 柴犬 – Animal Facts

Did you know that the Shiba Inu is considered the oldest and smallest of Japan’s dogs?. Brought to America from Japan as recently as 60 years ago, the Shiba Inu is growing in popularity in the West and is already the most popular breed in his homeland. This Japanese native, with his alert expression and a smooth stride, looks almost fox-like.

But for a small dog, he’s a sturdy, muscular pooch with a bold, confident personality to match. Let’s get to know him.

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most popular dog breeds in america

Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America 2017 Dogs 101

Man’s best friend is a faithful, loyal companion offering fluffy, and sometimes slobbery, love. However, some dogs hold particularly special places in the hearts of Americans. While Dachshunds and Yorkies will certainly be present on this list, can you guess what the top dog breed will be?

Let’s get started. But, before we start, take a moment to like and subscribe for more fun, fauna facts.

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Top 10 Best Dog Breeds to Travel With

Top 10 Best Dog Breeds to Travel With

Since our species first stepped out of Africa, man has taken his best friend on his voyage to explore the world. And with good reason, he’s a protector, a fellow explorer, and a friend. Nowadays from swank hotels to shacks in the woods from yachts to kayaks, our canine companions can be found with us in the air, on the road, at sea and romping through the rough wilderness. Heck, we’re willing to bet he’ll be with us as we travel to Mars and beyond. But for now and a little closer to home, let’s look at the top 10 best dog breeds to travel with.

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Top 10 Naughtiest Dog Breeds

Top 10 Naughtiest Dog Breeds

The dog is man’s homie and your dog probably loves you more than he loves himself, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t up for a bit of naughtiness. When we say “naughty” we aren’t saying he’s a bad dog or that he does anything particularly harmful, but things that make us a bit cross. Luckily for him, he has those puppy dog eyes that get him out of most scoldings. Don’t get us wrong, we love them all, naughty or not. Let’s find out which breeds might find themselves on the other side of Santa’s list.

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