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  • healthy dog treats - Search Results - Dogs.co.uk
    Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Search the web Compare the top

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/results/results.asp?keyword=Healthy%20dog%20treats (2016-02-08)
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  • homemade dog treats - Search Results - Dogs.co.uk
    Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Search the web Compare the top

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/results/results.asp?keyword=Homemade%20dog%20treats (2016-02-08)
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  • Purebreds - Dog Breeding - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    Community Forum Dog Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Purebreds A purebred dog is a dog of a modern breed that has been established through the breeding of individuals of the same lineage over many generations Purebred dogs closely resemble others of the same breed in appearance movement way of working and other characteristics and have reliable information regarding their ancestry and are registered with a dog registry New breeds of dog are constantly being created and there are various new breed associations and breed clubs online which offer legitimate registrations for new or rare breeds Purebreds and Pedigrees The word purebred is often used synonymously with pedigree However purebred refers to a dog that has a known ancestry and the term pedigree refers to the written record of its lineage Not all purebred dogs have their ancestry documented while some dogs

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/content/Dog_guides/dog-breeding/purebreds.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Dog Hybrids/Crossbreeds - Dog Breeding - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Dog Hybrids Crossbreeds An individual dog that is a cross between two purebred dogs of different breeds is known as a dog hybrid These dogs are also commonly referred to as crossbreeds or crossbreds although the term crossbreed is also used to refer to a mixed breed dog one that has a complex ancestry as the breed of only one parent or grandparent is known The term hybrid dog also known as designer dog does not have a consistent meaning as they may be first generation crosses from two purebred breeds or any of various backcrosses or the result of breeding successive generations of crosses in an effort to create a new breed of purebred dog or outcrosses of any of those Some breeders are now selectively breeding dog hybrids Such breeders are often criticised for being more interested in profit than in dog health and welfare due to the exorbitant prices often charged for these puppies Those who oppose the process also state that the impulse buy nature of such purchases leads to a high abandonment rate and argue that a lack of pedigree history means buyers will not be aware of genetic illnesses or defective genes in the breeding lines However those in favour of dog hybrids argue all modern dog breeds were created from earlier breeds and types of dogs through the same kind of selective breeding that is used to create designer dogs They also state that selective cross breeding helps provide pets for people with allergies and sensitivities Dog hybrids are not recognised by the

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/content/Dog_guides/dog-breeding/dog-crossbreeds.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Backyard Breeders - Dog Breeding - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Backyard Breeders Backyard breeder is the term given to a person who operates random or ignorant dog breeding on a small scale However there are many excellent breeders that run small scale programs in their houses garages barns or backyards so not all backyard breeders should be tarnished with the same reputation An ignorant dog breeder can be defined as a person who does not have knowledge of selective breeding techniques and is not familiar with the breed standard of their chosen breed of dog Such breeders are usually motivated purely by the idea of money but fail to realise that making a profit is hard to achieve when operating a small scale practice of animal breeding due to the costs associated with health maintenance and pregnancy care Breeders who fail to take these factors into account may look to cut their breeding stock

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/content/Dog_guides/dog-breeding/backyard-breeders.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Puppy Mills - Dog Breeding - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Puppy Mills Puppy mills also known as puppy farms are large scale dog breeding operations where dogs are irresponsibly bred under poor conditions with ignorant breeders ignoring duties that are standard among responsible dog breeders Unlike reputable breeders that carefully raise their puppies in a healthy and humane environment adhere to the breed standard and have sufficient knowledge about breed specific health problems and the principles of genetics puppy mill operators work with the sole intention of making a profit and pay little attention to the health and welfare of their pups Dogs bred in puppy mills are usually kept in overcrowded unclean or otherwise inappropriate conditions and receive inadequate food water or veterinary care Other irresponsible practices carried out include weaning dogs from their mothers well before the eight to ten weeks recommended and forcing females to breed repeatedly to increase profits Females that are not given enough time to fully recuperate between pregnancies will not be able to produce large size litters As a result many mill produced puppies develop a number of chronic health problems hereditary defects such as hip dysphasia and temperament issues which are often not disclosed to potential buyers Selling on Unlike reputable breeders the vast majority of puppy mill animals are sold to pet stores by dealers pretending to be authentic breeders Many pet stores claim that they purchase dogs from local breeders instead of puppy mills However the term local breeders may refer to backyard breeders and buyers should remember that reputable and responsible breeders generally do not sell their pups to dealers or pet stores Puppy mill operators may also misrepresent the breed of dog being sold For example most puppies

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/content/Dog_guides/dog-breeding/puppy-mills.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Dog Cloning - Dog Breeding - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    Dog Behavioural Problems Dental Care Dog Diseases Dogs Fireworks Dog Grooming Dog Pests Spaying Neutering Vaccinations Dog Services Dog Breeders Dog Kennels Dog Rescue Dog Charities Community Forum Dog Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Dog Cloning In the near future the practice of dog breeding could be replaced by dog cloning The first ever cloned dog named Snuppy shows that it is possible to produce a dog that is the genetic twin of another canine However this process remains very difficult and expensive to carry out In theory cloning would allow people to create a twin of their favourite pet or an exact replica of a breed champion The two dogs would have the same genes making them identical in appearance and characteristics although they would not necessarily have identical markings Dog News Unfortunate amount of rehomed dogs being returned post

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/content/Dog_guides/dog-breeding/dog-cloning.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Dog Breeder's Checklist - Dog Breeding - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Dog Breeder s Checklist There are great responsibilities that come with breeding a litter of puppies The practice of breeding dogs can be a very rewarding experience but only if a person is willing to devote a lot of time and money People that are contemplating becoming a dog breeder must ensure they have sufficient time to dedicate to a litter of puppies until they are old enough to move into their new homes usually around eight weeks have enough knowledge to advise new owners about the various aspects of caring for their puppies including rearing diet training and health issues have enough money to pay for the recommended health tests for the bitch prior to mating and where necessary her litter possess the skills to help the bitch during the whelping if necessary can afford to pay for a caesarean in the event of the dam having difficulty whelping the litter can cope with a very large litter of puppies

    Original URL path: http://www.dogs.co.uk/content/Dog_guides/dog-breeding/breeders-checklist.html (2016-02-08)
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