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An “aggressive” dog is one which growls, bares its teeth, or bites inappropriately. Aggression can be an appropriate response to a particular set of circumstances.
From the time you first bring your Chow Chow home, you are training all the time, whether you intend to be or not. You are either teaching your Chow how you want it to live.
The history of the breed runs back to the times of ancient Egyptians and Assyrians. Archeologists have found many artifacts, dating back to Babylonian times, and there are images of Dane-like dogs on ancient Egyptian buildings, dating from 3000 B. C.
Maltese Dogs are charming family pets, equally enjoying indoor and outdoor activities with their family. Belonging to the toy group, Malteses are compact, but hardy.
Pomeranians are toy dogs whose appearance and functions changed in the course of time. From a dog weighing about 20-30 pounds and used basically as a herding dog, the Pomeranian made a great leap to a tiny companion.
Bull breeds are numerous; the common denominator is that people need to rescue these puppies from the pounds. Many dogs are abandoned because of these health problems
The Papillon puppies originate from France, where the name means a butterfly. It is sometimes called the butterfly or the squirrel dog, due because of its tail carriage. It is also referred to as Continental Toy Spaniel.
Chow Chows puppies are medium sized with a heavy bone and well-developed muscles. Their strength allows them to be used for many activities in the past.
Portuguese water puppy is a rare breed of dog which once lived on the coast of Portugal. It is called Cão dÁgua in Portugal, which means Dog of Water.