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  • 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.

    The Differences Between Labrador Retrievers and Golden Retrievers

    The Differences Between Labrador Retrievers and Golden Retrievers

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • The German Shepherd dog has an excellent story to tell about its history. Here we have one of the most remarkable breeds in the world—an all-around great working dog that is also beautiful.

    Over a Century of German Shepherd History

    Over a Century of German Shepherd History

    by Sam Shepards2

  • A guard dog can protect your family when no one else is around. These are the five best breeds for a family, plus photos, videos, and detailed descriptions.

    Five Best Family Guard Dog Breeds

    Five Best Family Guard Dog Breeds

    by Dr Mark15

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  • 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 Jackson2

  • 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 Sam Shepards0

  • Long-coat German Shepherds are less common than their short-haired counterparts. A lot of people do believe them to be more beautiful because of their long hair.

    Long-Coat German Shepherds

    Long-Coat German Shepherds

    by Sam Shepards3

  • Most people have never heard of a McNab stock dog (also known as a McNab border collie). Here's your chance to meet a very special member of this very special breed. Meet Earl the McNab.

    A Personal Introduction to a McNab Dog

    A Personal Introduction to a McNab Dog

    by Marcy J. Miller174

  • The iconic Border Collie wears a tuxedo. However, these classy creatures aren't all black and white. The breed comes in a variety of colours, with delightful names like lilac and chocolate. Which one is yours?

    Your Guide to Border Collie Coat Colours

    Your Guide to Border Collie Coat Colours

    by Jana Louise Smit0

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