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  • Short-haired German Shepherds are the dominant breed type when we only consider the kind of coat these dogs have. Let's look at some of the variations in the shorter coat types.

    Short-Haired German Shepherds

    Short-Haired German Shepherds

    by Shepards2

  • You'll find that some of the most famous dogs in history are the ones that strike a chord with us when seen in movies, on TV, in books, or in real life. Opinions vary on what constitutes a dog being the "best," but the connection we make with them on the silver screen is one that you can't deny.

    Famous Dogs and Dog Breeds That We All Know and Love

    Famous Dogs and Dog Breeds That We All Know and Love

    by Don2

  • Boston Terriers are known as the "American Gentleman" with their classic black and white tuxedo coats. The 21st most popular dog breed, these cuties are a favorite. Their coats come in a variety of beautiful colors, including rare types—but who breeds rare coat types and are they more expensive?

    Boston Terrier Coat Colors: All About the Breed

    Boston Terrier Coat Colors: All About the Breed

    by Layne Holmes3

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  • Do you consider owning a German Shepherd dog? Do you wonder if having a German Shepherd is a good idea? Let's see what is most important when it comes to wanting to own this breed.

    Would You Be a Good German Shepherd Owner?

    Would You Be a Good German Shepherd Owner?

    by Shepards2

  • Labrador Retrievers versus Golden Retrievers: What's the difference between these two breeds? Which of the two are better? These two dogs breeds share some similarities, however, there are also several differences that are important to point out.

    8 Differences Between Labrador Retrievers and Golden Retrievers

    8 Differences Between Labrador Retrievers and Golden Retrievers

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but the odd few have some unusual and very distinctive characteristics. Check out this article for ten dog breeds with unique attributes!

    10 Weird (But Wonderful) Dog Breeds

    10 Weird (But Wonderful) Dog Breeds

    by Sophie Jackson4

  • This article details the history of the German Shepherd Dog. It focuses on the breed's various jobs and how it has been generally perceived by people. This article is less focused on genetics and bloodlines.

    The History of German Shepherd Dogs

    The History of German Shepherd Dogs

    by Shepards1

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