Day: June 25, 2013

Australian Kelpie info

Grooming    The Australian Kelpie is very easy to groom. In fact you can get by with an infrequent combing and brushing. Bathe only when necessary as otherwise it will remove the natural oils in the weather-resistant coat and dry out the skin. This breed is an average shedder.   Since this is an outdoor […]

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Artois Hound History

Artois Hounds were developed in the 1400s to hunt foxes, hares, deer, and wild boar. In the hunt, Artois Hounds are used in small packs of six to eight dogs. This athletic breed is able to traverse through thickets, woodlands, and across fields. Their smallish but strong build, coupled with their great endurance, enables them […]

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Artois Hound Appearance

Artois Hounds are considered a medium sized dog breed. According to the FCI standard, they should be 20 3/4 to 22 3/4 inches tall with an allowed variance of 1/2 inche (height is measured from ground to withers) and their weight is given as an average of 55 to 65 pounds. The UKC standard lists […]

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Armenian Gampr Dog

The loyal Armenian Gampr is a contrast of gentleness and caution, combined with great courage and physical power. The Gampr is noted for its independent mind and calm, keen intellect. This breed bonds with its family and those it is charged with guarding; the Gampr will protect them with its life, but only after it […]

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Armenian Gampr Dog Appearance

Armenian Gamprs are large, powerfully built dogs with well muscled bodies and massive heads. Their length is slightly greater than their height, giving them a rectangular shape. Armenian Gampr males should stand about 25 ½ inches tall, measuring from ground to withers; females should be about 24 ½ inches in height. The average weight for […]

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