Top 10 German Dog Breeds Dogs 101 #dogs

Top 10 German Dog Breeds Dogs 101 #dogs

Germany is known for its excellence in fine beers, cars, sausage, scientists… but this is Animal Facts and it might be pretty apparent by now that we love dogs. While dog breeds come from just about every country in the world, Germany is home to a wide variety of wonderful breeds. Coming in all different shapes and sizes, there’s no doubt that there’s a German breed for everyone and this is our top 10 picks. Let’s get Started. But, before we start, take a moment to like and subscribe for more fun, fauna facts.

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Weimaraner Dogs 101 Fun Facts Information #dog #weimaraner

Wonderful Weimaraner Dogs 101 Fun Facts Information #dog #weimaraner

It’s hard to miss the Weimaraner, thanks to his unusual gray coat and his mesmerizing gray, blue, or amber eyes. The “Silver Ghost”, as he is called, was a highly sought-after hunting dog breed of nobles in his native Germany. Today, these elegant but fearless dogs can still be found out on the hunting grounds, and also make a fine, albeit energetic, family friend.

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German Shorthaired Pointer Dogs 101 Fun Facts & Information #dog #GSP

German Shorthaired Pointer Dogs 101 Fun Facts & Information #dog #GSP

Friendly, smart, willing to please … The German Shorthaired Pointer is a versatile hunter and an all-purpose gun dog capable of high performance in the field and in the water, who also doubles as a great family companion. An active family, that is. If you’ve ever admired the versatility, athleticism, and stamina of a decathlete, you’ll admire the German Shorthaired Pointer.

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Lose Weight Fast While Walking Your Dog #dog #workout

Lose Weight Fast While Walking Your Dog #dog #FitLife #Fitness

Have a little extra padding in the middle? Don’t we all? If you have a dog, you have a workout partner that will never skip out on you. You can Lose Weight Fast While Walking Your Dog. A survey of dog owners, conducted at the University of Western Australia and published in Health Promotion Journal of Australia in August 2008, revealed that dogs are great motivators for walking because they:

Provide a strong motivation to maintain a program
Are good walking companions
Provide good social support when exercising

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