The Rat Terrier is an American crossbreed that originated in the 19th century. These terriers were bred primarily as farming or ranching dogs that could help to eradicate vermin (namely rats), protect livestock, and chase small game animals.
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The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has no tail and is the smaller, newer of the two Welsh Corgi breeds. The Welsh Corgi was brought to Wales by the Celts. The word ?corgi?, in fact, comes from the Celtic words for ?dwarf? and ?dog.?
Powerful yet graceful, Doberman Pinschers are loyal, quick-thinking dogs. Their ability to respond confidently to danger makes them reliable and protective guardians. Celebrate this fine breed with this beautiful Dobie wall calendar. This International version calendar inc
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Celebrate friendship in convenient miniature size with these adorable puppies and kittens that never let species get in the way of a good frolicking. We humans could learn a thing or two from these cute critters! ISBN: 1438811640 UPC: 057668821034
Originally called the Canis Melitaeus in Latin, the Maltese has also been known in English as the Ancient Dog of Malta, the Roman Ladies' Dog, and the Maltese Lion Dog. Whatever you call them, you can find a dozen in this wall calendar for 2012! The perfect gift for
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German in origin, the Boxer got its name from its tendency to "punch" with its paws when it?s in a tussle. Strong, sturdy, and intelligent, the Boxer has an impressive resume as a working dog: herder, hunter, circus trickster, military guard, police dog, and the list goes
A faithful friend, full of love and devotion, the Labrador Retriever is an intelligent, patient and very adaptable dog. Early Labs were trained to fetch fishermen?s nets from frosty Canadian waters. Because they are very easy to train, today they are very popular search an