Komondor Dog Breed Information & FAQs


The Komondor is still a very rare breed, and most people have never seen one. The largest populations of Komondors today are in Hungary and in the United States, with numbers of animals in each country probably in the two to three thousand range. Komondor Origins and History The Komondor is believed to be a … Read more

Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Breed – Facts and Personality

The Klee Kai was bred down from Siberian and Alaskan Huskies, along with the help of a Schipperke and American Eskimo to downsize without dwarfism. As such you will find the same characteristics as are found in the huskies. They are curious, tenacious, extremely strong for their size, crafty hunters and escape artists. The Klee … Read more

Kerry Blue Terrier Dog Breed Information & FAQs

Kerry Blue Terrier

The Kerry Blue Terrier is recognized by all major kennel clubs. Brief Summary of Breed Standards (CKC/AKC/KC) Height: Dogs 18-19 1/2″ (46-48 cm) at withers; bitches 17 1/2-19″ (45- 47 cm). Weight: Dogs 33-40 lb (15-17 kg); bitches slightly less. General Appearance: Upstanding, well-knit and proportioned, well developed and muscular body showing good balance. Character: … Read more

Keeshond Dog Breed Information & FAQs

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The Keeshond has been bred for centuries as the ideal family companion and watchdog. Their magnificent appearance and sense of loyalty have made them an appealing breed around the world. Their natural tendencies are such that no special training is usually needed for a Keeshond to act as a watchdog for his home, keeping it … Read more

Jack Russell Terrier Dog Breed Information and FAQs

jack russel terrier dog

Jack Russell Terriers are a type, or strain, of working terrier; they are not purebred in the sense that they have a broad genetic make-up, a broad standard, and do not breed true to type. You will see different “types” of JRTs, from long-bodied, short, crooked legs to a more proportioned length of body and … Read more

Italian Greyhound Dog Frequently Asked Questions

What’s so special about Italian Greyhounds? Everything. Okay, so I’m passionately devoted to this fabulous breed, maybe even obsessed. They’re beautiful and clean without expensive or time-consuming grooming. They’re small enough to fit into any living situation yet large enough to be real dogs. Although small in size, they bark rather than yap. Most of … Read more

Irish Setter Dog Breed Information & FAQs

Irish Setters were originally bred to hunt upland game, and they are still proficient hunters. Characteristics and Temperament Many observers find Irish Setters to be among the most beautiful of all dog breeds. Their dark red color, profuse feathering, and happy-go-lucky nature make them quite attractive to many dog lovers. However, Irish Setters are not … Read more

The most vocal dog breed alive: All About the Siberian Husky

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He’s woolly, and he’s talkative, he’s…a Siberian Husky! Called Huskies for short (though aficionados prefer Siberian), these canines are well-known for their passionate singing and have no problem speaking their mind. Some people mistakenly think that Siberian Huskies are aggressive, but they’re really just enthusiastic. Let’s clear up all those pesky misconceptions so you can … Read more

Havanese Dog Breed FAQs & Information

havanese dog

  The Havanese is truly one of the most delightful of the small breeds. They are exceptionally intelligent and quick-witted. Frequently Asked Questions What kind of dog is that? Where did you get a Bichon that wasn’t white? Havanese is part of the Bichon canine family, but are a distinct breed. Havanese comes in all … Read more

Harrier Dog: All you need to know about this working pack hound

Close-up picture of Harrier Dog with floppy ears

Sometimes called Heirer, the Harrier Hound is an active dog bred for hunting and long pursuits. As a pack-oriented canine, this is a perfect companion for families or households who are always on the go. Interested in this fit, outgoing, and good-natured dog breed? Keep reading to get to know the rare and loveable Harrier … Read more