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Monday, October 12, 2009

Hey guys! I'm here to tell you where to shop for your dogs and kids or for yourself this Halloween. Go to Walmart because they have the incredibly low price costumes .
Enjoy your haloween and remember don't be too scary!
Also be sure to wear warm clothes and carry a flash light
And in dog care. Let them wear a leash even with a costume on because you never want your furry friend to get lost!
Have fun at Halloween!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Request what kind of dog guide you want to hear about any time!
'Cause I want you to have the dog facts you really want to hear about. Any time you want to hear about Companion Dogs, Gun Dogs, Terriers and this and that! Please tell me what you want.

Monday, August 31, 2009

Coton de Tul'ear

ORIGIN: Madagascar
HEIGHT: 10-12 in (25-30 cm)
WEIGHT: 12-15 lb (5.5-6.8 kg)
COAT CARE: Brush coat twice a week

This breed is one relatively few to have originated from Africa, and has grown rapidly in popularity over recent years, both in North America and Europe. It is another member of the Bichon group, as reflected partly by it's white coat.

Almost certainly, the ancestors of this breed were brought from Europe to the Madagascan port of Tul'ear, as commemorated by it's name. This probably occurred as early as the 1600s, and these small dogs soon became status symbols for wealthy people living on this island, which lies off the East coast of Africa. Being bred here is isolation over the course of hundreds of generations, these dogs gradually diverged somewhat in appearance from their ancestors. It was prohibited for all but the nobility to own them, and they remained unknown elsewhere, right up until the 1950s. A small number were then permitted to leave the island and taken to Europe, while in the United States, they were not seen until the mid-1970s.
COAT The rater fluffy, cottony texture of the Coton de tul'ear coat is a distinctive feature of these dogs. Although white is the traditional color of the breed, individuals with cream or black patches occasionally occur.
WET DOG! Although traditionally the coat falls forward over the face, the wet coat reveals the unmistakable Bichon profile. A similar but now extinct breed existed on the island of R'eunion.

Sunday, August 30, 2009


ORIGIN: Mexico
HEIGHT: 6-9 in (15-23 cm)
WEIGHT: 2-6 lb (1.0-2.7 kg)
COAT CARE: Little brushing (sh) Brush twice a week (lh)

The smallest breed in the world, the distinctive-looking Chihuahua possesses the character and bark of a much lager dog. They are noisy by nature, and have a fearless temperament.
The Chihuahua is named after the province of Mexico where it originated, but it's ancestry remains mysterious. It may be descendant of a range of companion breeds which were kept throughout the Americans in the pre-Colombian era. Others suggest that it's ancestors might have been brought from Spain by the early settlers, and may have interbred with the local dogs to create the bred of today. Chihuahua's first started to attract attention outside Mexico during the 1850's, when they became fashionable companions for wealthy U.S. women, and even today, the breed enjoys celebrity status.
SMOOTH-COATED This is the traditional form of the breed, which is characterized by a domed, apple shaped head. It's ears are positioned at an angle of about 45 degrees to the head.
LONG-COATED The coat is soft, with the hair forming a very evident too on the sides of the face, and on the underpants of the body, with the feathering on the legs. The coat itself lies flat.

There's gonna be Stories all over!
Since there's just only facts about animals (kind-of-only-dogs) but stories are gonna be here! It's called Pet Tales every kind of animal is gonna have a story:
1st: The secret Horse of my own
2nd: Hamster Famous
3rd: Kittty Perfect
4th: Luck next door (dog)
5th: Bunny Trails
And more!

Friday, August 28, 2009


ORIGIN: United Kingdom

HEIGHT: 12 in (30 cm)

WEIGHT: 12-18 lb (5.5-8.1 kg)


COAT CARE: Brush coat twice a week


COLORS: Black and tan, Blenheim, ruby, tricolor

This breed has an attractive appearance and pleasant disposition. they are not particularly energetic dogs, so they are suited to city life, and ideal for a home with children.

Small spaniel-type became very fashionable in Britain during the late 1600s, being favorites of King Charles the II, as is clear from contemporary paintings. Subsequently, however, their appearance began to change. The modern breed owes its existence to a rich American called Roswell Eldridge. During the 1920s, he put up substantial prize money at Crufts Spaniel or English Toy Spaniel, which resembled the original 17Th-century type. Over the five years of Roswell's involvement with the show, the number of such dogs being exhibited increased, and gradually, this type of spaniel became more popular. It was then recognized as the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, to separate it from its now relatively scarce close relative. The most evident distinguishing feature between the breeds is the longer nose displayed by the Cavalier.
TRICOLOR Black and white is predominant in this coloring, with these colors being evenly distributed. Tan markings show above the eyes, an the cheeks, and the ears.
BLACK AND TAN These puppies display their raven-black coloring offset with tan markings. The other variety is ruby-a rich red shade.
BLENHEIM This coloring is the most variety, having been originally created on and named after the Duke if Marlborough's estate. Rich chestnut coloring is separated by individual white markings, with a white central area usually evident on the center of the head.


HEIGHT: 10-12 in (25-30 cm)
WEIGHT: 6-9 lb (2.7-4.1 kg)
COAT CARE: Brush coat twice a week

Although closely related to the Bichon Fris'e, the Bolognese differs sinificantly because its coat is not double layered, although it does stick up rather than lie fat. This id described as "flocking", and gives the breed its fluffy appearance.
The precise ancestry of the Bolognese is something of a mytery. Its closet relative within the Bichon group is the Maltese, but it is unclear whether the Maltese is its direct ancestor or decendant. The Bolognese's origins date back to around A.D. 1000, with the breed then evolving in the Italian city of Bologna, from which its name is derived. The Medici family in Italy gave these dogs as gifts to obtain favors and many European rulers fell under their charm. Part of the Bolognese's undoubted appeal, aside from its attractive appearance, is the very strong bond of these dogs form their owners.
ONLY WHITE While toda, only white examples of the Bolognese are known, both black and piebald examples wre recorded at an earlier stage in its history.