• Vizsla

    "Vizsla" means alert and responsive in the Hungarian language. They have become popular work, show and companion dogs in the past few years. Robust but lightly built, they are great jumpers and if bored will try to escape from a yard that does not have a sufficiently high fence. Vizslas are the happiest when they have something to do. The Vizsla will adapt to city living, but will require long walks and human companionship as they have enormous stamina. Somewhat sensitive, they need to be handle ...

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  • Yorkshire Terrier

    The Yorkshire Terrier is a long-haired toy terrier whose blue and tan coat is parted on the face and from the base of the skull to the end of the tail and hangs evenly and quite straight down each side of the body. They are a small and well-balanced breed, having square proportions. They have naturally erect ears, a black nose, and a flat and small skull. The puppies of Yorkshire Terriers are born black and tan, but soon gain more adult colors as they get older. Newborn Yorkshire Terriers are bo ...

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  • Bedlington Terrier

    In full show trim the Bedlington Terrier looks more like a shorn lamb than a dog. They are rather quiet dog suitable for family life, easy to train and usually adores children. Bedlington Terriers will make a loyal companion who is affectionate and able to adapt to every mood of their owner. They come in blue and liver colors, with blue becoming the more popular of the two. Bedlington Terriers have thick fur that sticks out from its body, a nice tuck up and a prominent topknot of hair on the top ...

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  • Cairn Terrier

    The vivacious little Cairn Terrier is an active, hardy, small working terrier. They are able to prove their worth as a dispeller of vermin. Cairn Terriers are free in movement, strong, but not heavily built. Their head is shorter and wider than any other terriers and well furnished with hair giving a general foxy expression. Cairn Terriers are a wonderful family dog, but will always remember their ancestry as a "sporting terrier". Their original use was for digging out vermin from the "cairns" o ...

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