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  • Your Dog | Top 10 Golden Retriever photos | The Your Dog Blog
    real character 5 Boo catches 40 winks 6 Gypsy Phoebe and Sophie out on a countryside walk 7 Kyle has been enjoying a sniff in the snow 8 How long before Lexi heads in for a swim 9 A lovely head shot of Jazz 10 Bumble being a typical Golden Retriever and heading in the water Tags pictures Latest dog posts 5 ways to save money as a dog owner 10 things you didn t know about the German Shepherd 5 doggy reasons to welcome February When your dog s got that Friday feeling photo gallery Top 10 Golden Retriever photos Animal Friends Grabs Two Awards at the Consumer Moneyfacts Awards 2015 10 things you didn t know about the Golden Retriever Dogs can recognise human emotions The Your Dog subscriber colouring competition winners 5 things to do with your dog at the weekend All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Dog advice search Go Editor s Pick What are the main parasites that affect dogs Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/The-Your-Dog-Blog/top-10-golden-retriever-photos.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Animal Friends Grabs Two Awards at the Consumer Moneyfacts Awards 2015 | The Your Dog Blog
    Provider of the Year and Best Claims Service for the second year in a row The Best Claims Service award covers the whole insurance industry naming Animal Friends the best insurance provider across all sectors The awards which took place on 21st January in London are the largest financial service survey in the country making these results an even greater achievement The awards brought together industry professionals from leading financial services and utility providers to celebrate the success from the previous year Animal Friends won both awards thanks to a consumer vote with the insurance provider s customers selecting the company as the winner The insurance provider was judged on technical merit consumer satisfaction and confidence and all round performance Westley Pearson Director of Claims and Marketing commented 2015 was a huge year for Animal Friends so it s wonderful to be starting 2016 on such a positive note We re constantly working to make our service and policies the best that they can be and for our Claims Service to be named the best in the sector is hugely rewarding Latest dog posts 5 ways to save money as a dog owner 10 things you didn t know about the German Shepherd 5 doggy reasons to welcome February When your dog s got that Friday feeling photo gallery Top 10 Golden Retriever photos Animal Friends Grabs Two Awards at the Consumer Moneyfacts Awards 2015 10 things you didn t know about the Golden Retriever Dogs can recognise human emotions The Your Dog subscriber colouring competition winners 5 things to do with your dog at the weekend All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Dog advice search Go Editor s Pick What are the main parasites that affect dogs Facebook Fanpage Follow us on

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  • Your Dog | 10 things you didn't know about the Golden Retriever | The Your Dog Blog
    the UK according to 2014 registration statistics 2 The breed is a great all rounder They have been used as Guide Dogs tracking dogs drug detection dogs and obedience competitors 3 Goldens were recognised as Flat Coats before being given their current name in 1920 4 Golden Retrievers were bred to retrieve game and this instinct remains in pet Goldens so don t be surprised if he brings you your shoes 5 President Gerald Ford had a Golden Retriever while in office 6 TV gardener Monty Don has Golden Retriever Nigel who regularly appears on his shows 7 They are natural swimmers and have water repellent coats 8 In the film Homeward Bound Shadow one of the main characters is a Golden Retriever 9 The Kennel Club accepted colours of the breed are cream gold and golden 10 They are known for their friendly personality and are even noted in their breed standard for having a kindly expression Latest dog posts 5 ways to save money as a dog owner 10 things you didn t know about the German Shepherd 5 doggy reasons to welcome February When your dog s got that Friday feeling photo gallery Top 10 Golden Retriever photos Animal Friends Grabs Two Awards at the Consumer Moneyfacts Awards 2015 10 things you didn t know about the Golden Retriever Dogs can recognise human emotions The Your Dog subscriber colouring competition winners 5 things to do with your dog at the weekend All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Dog advice search Go Editor s Pick What are the main parasites that affect dogs Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home

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  • Your Dog | Patterdale Terrier Dog Breed Profile | Dog Breeds
    boredom and a lack of stimulation Remember All breed profiles are general and every dog is an individual Get dog breeds on your Kindle Dog advice search Go div uk panel data uk grid margin Dog breed profiles Affenpinscher Afghan Hound Airedale Terrier Akita Alaskan Malamute American Cocker Spaniel Anatolian Shepherd Dog Australian Cattle Dog Australian Shepherd Dog Australian Silky Terrier Australian Terrier Basenji Basset Fauve De Bretagne Basset Griffon Vendeen Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen Petit Basset Hound Beagle Bearded Collie Beauceron Bedlington Terrier Belgian Shepherd Groenendael Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Belgian Shepherd Malinois Belgian Shepherd Tervueren Bergamasco Bernese Mountain Dog Bichon Frise Biewer Terrier Dog Breed profile Bloodhound Bolognese Border Collie Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier Bouvier Des Flandres Boxer Briard Brittany Bull Terrier Miniature Bull Terrier Bulldog Bullmastiff Cairn Terrier Canaan Dog Cao Castro Laboreiro Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cesky Terrier Chesapeake Bay Retriever Chihuahua long haired Chihuahua smooth coat Chinese Crested Chow Chow Clumber Spaniel Cocker Spaniel English Curly Coated Retriever Dachshund Dalmatian Dandie Dinmont Terrier Deerhound Dobermann Dogue de Bordeaux English Pointer English Setter English Springer Spaniel English Toy Terrier Black and Tan Eskimo Dog Estrela Mountain Dog Eurasier Field Spaniel Finnish Lapphund Finnish Spitz Flat Coated Retriever Fox Terrier Smooth Fox Terrier Wire French Bulldog German Longhaired Pointer German Shepherd German Spitz German Wirehaired Pointer Glen of Imaal Terrier Golden Retriever Gordon Setter Grand Bleu De Gascogne Great Dane Greyhound Griffon Bruxellois Hamiltonstovare Havanese Heinz or cross Hovawart Hungarian Kuvasz Hungarian Puli Hungarian Vizsla Hungarian Wire Haired Vizsla Ibizan Hound Irish Red White Setter Irish Setter Irish Terrier Irish Water Spaniel Irish Wolfhound Italian Greyhound Italian Spinone Jack Russell Terrier Japanese Chin Japanese Shiba Inu Japanese Spitz Keeshond Kerry Blue Terrier King Charles Spaniel Komondor Kooikerhondje Labradoodle Labrador Retriever Lagotto Romagnolo Lakeland Terrier Lancashire Heeler Leonberger

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Breeds/patterdale-terrier-dog-breed-profile.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Chihuahua (long haired) Dog Breed Profile | Dog Breeds
    with one family member Not an ideal breed for families with small children the Chihuahua s size makes him a popular candidate for being picked up which he won t appreciate in excess Not best suited to a boisterous household While this little character is all dog he can be unintentionally injured quite easily by those larger than him He can be a vocal chap and will make an excellent watchdog often alerting his owner to visitors before they even arrive The Chihuahua will happily live with other dogs if socialised early Take care if you expect him to live with bigger breeds Thrives in his owner s company Trainability Very intelligent and will soon pick up commands General care Long haired Chihuahuas need a little more time to be spent on grooming to ensure no knots or mats form in his furnishings He is naturally cautious of strangers but once your Chihuahua is satisfied that there is no threat he will respond happily Start socialising your Chihuahua as soon as possible to avoid any yappiness The Chihuahua has large eyes and because he is so small and close to the ground can easily get grit and dust in them Check and clean his eyes on a regular basis to avoid irritation and infection Some Chihuahuas lose their teeth as they get older Clean teeth regularly to keep them as healthy as possible for as long as possible Take care as your Chihuahua puppy will get under your feet to start with but he will soon learn that this is not a good idea Don t let your Chihuahua jump on and off the furniture as this could damage his little joints Pros Manageable size Trainable Doesn t require a lot of exercise Relatively healthy Cons Dainty stature makes him vulnerable Not suitable for busy households or young children Can be a one man dog Did you know The Chihuahua is the smallest breed of dog in the world They are known to snort or reverse sneeze when they re overexcited alarmed or drink too fast The Chihuahua s origins are shrouded in mystery some claim it is an ancient Mexican breed while others believe the Chihuahua came from China The first dog to dine in the House of Commons was a Chihuahua he wore a diamond collar for the occasion Get dog breeds on your Kindle Dog advice search Go div uk panel data uk grid margin Dog breed profiles Affenpinscher Afghan Hound Airedale Terrier Akita Alaskan Malamute American Cocker Spaniel Anatolian Shepherd Dog Australian Cattle Dog Australian Shepherd Dog Australian Silky Terrier Australian Terrier Basenji Basset Fauve De Bretagne Basset Griffon Vendeen Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen Petit Basset Hound Beagle Bearded Collie Beauceron Bedlington Terrier Belgian Shepherd Groenendael Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Belgian Shepherd Malinois Belgian Shepherd Tervueren Bergamasco Bernese Mountain Dog Bichon Frise Biewer Terrier Dog Breed profile Bloodhound Bolognese Border Collie Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier Bouvier Des Flandres Boxer Briard Brittany Bull Terrier Miniature Bull Terrier

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Breeds/chihuahua-long-haired-dog-breed-profile.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Hungarian Wire-Haired Vizsla Dog Breed Profile | Dog Breeds
    in his mouth Loyal and sensitive Lifestyle The Vizsla is a working breed and this must be taken into consideration He has incredible stamina and rarely tires he will work for eight hours solid in all weathers if required He will thrive as a member of an active family Your Vizsla will need at least an hour s free running a day A bored Vizsla left home alone will lead to trouble he will fi nd something to do whether that be rearranging your furniture or cupboards or using his nose to scent out some of your valuables He will live in harmony with other animals and children if introduced to them early Trainability The Vizsla is exceptionally intelligent and highly trainable he has an overwhelming desire to please Training must start from puppyhood and be firm and consistent but gentle he is a sensitive soul He likes to think about things so may not respond immediately be patient General care A weekly brush with a bristle brush will leave the Wirehaired Vizsla looking smart Exercise must be gentle and kept to a minimum when your Vizsla is a puppy to protect his fragile growing bones A deep warm bed is essential for your Vizsla and he will appreciate a space to call his own such as a giant crate Trim your Vizsla s nails weekly He has thick pads which means his nails don t always touch the ground and therefore don t wear down naturally Pros Fantastic temperament Highly intelligent and trainable Cons The Vizsla has above average exercise needs Some hereditary issues Did you know Vizslas have an unusually long puppyhood and can remain puppy like up to three years of age This can be tough going when your pup is fully grown The Vizsla is an HPR hunt point retrieve breed He has great versatility with the nose of a Bloodhound pointing talents of a pointer or setter and retrieving ability of a retriever The Wirehaired Vizsla wasn t seen until the 1930s when enthusiasts felt that they needed a dog who was a little more robust with a thicker more weather proof coat Centuries ago the Vizsla was restricted to the nobility and the breed retains that aristocratic air today Enthusiasts call Vizslas Velcro dogs they want to stick by their owners sides Get dog breeds on your Kindle Dog advice search Go div uk panel data uk grid margin Dog breed profiles Affenpinscher Afghan Hound Airedale Terrier Akita Alaskan Malamute American Cocker Spaniel Anatolian Shepherd Dog Australian Cattle Dog Australian Shepherd Dog Australian Silky Terrier Australian Terrier Basenji Basset Fauve De Bretagne Basset Griffon Vendeen Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen Petit Basset Hound Beagle Bearded Collie Beauceron Bedlington Terrier Belgian Shepherd Groenendael Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Belgian Shepherd Malinois Belgian Shepherd Tervueren Bergamasco Bernese Mountain Dog Bichon Frise Biewer Terrier Dog Breed profile Bloodhound Bolognese Border Collie Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier Bouvier Des Flandres Boxer Briard Brittany Bull Terrier Miniature Bull Terrier Bulldog Bullmastiff Cairn

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Breeds/hungarian-wire-haired-vizsla-dog-breed-profile.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Jack Russell Terrier Dog Breed Profile | Dog Breeds
    for the Jack Russell Terrier However when looking at puppies ask yourself do they look healthy Are they alert and inquisitive Are their eyes and ears clean Also ask to see the mother If in doubt do not buy Temperament Very much an individual Confident and fearless Wilful little souls Can be quite vocal Lifestyle Jack Russells are lively busy little dogs and need to be kept occupied both physically and mentally They make ideal pets for active families They should get on well with other dogs and pets as long as they are well socialised Be careful around small furries These game little terriers make excellent companions for children as they do to some degree enjoy rough play However as terriers they are predisposed to nip As with all dogs child Jack interactions should be closely supervised Jack Russell Terriers have bundles of energy and so excel at doggy activities such as agility Trainability The Jack Russell is intelligent and quick to learn Training needs to start early otherwise the young Jack will get ideas above his station It is imperative that he is taught understands and obeys the recall command from an early age General care Good quality socialisation from a young age is very important A Jack needs to meet other dogs animals people and experience as many different situations and sensations as possible Your dog s grooming needs will depend on his coat type Some Jacks sport harsh full coats while others have a shorter closer coat Rough coats will require a daily once over to ensure there are no knots or tangles while shorter coats need little more than a weekly brush Pros Good temperament Easy to train Low maintenance Hardy Cons A high energy dog A vocal chap Can be unreliable around small furries Get dog breeds on your Kindle Dog advice search Go div uk panel data uk grid margin Dog breed profiles Affenpinscher Afghan Hound Airedale Terrier Akita Alaskan Malamute American Cocker Spaniel Anatolian Shepherd Dog Australian Cattle Dog Australian Shepherd Dog Australian Silky Terrier Australian Terrier Basenji Basset Fauve De Bretagne Basset Griffon Vendeen Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen Petit Basset Hound Beagle Bearded Collie Beauceron Bedlington Terrier Belgian Shepherd Groenendael Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Belgian Shepherd Malinois Belgian Shepherd Tervueren Bergamasco Bernese Mountain Dog Bichon Frise Biewer Terrier Dog Breed profile Bloodhound Bolognese Border Collie Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier Bouvier Des Flandres Boxer Briard Brittany Bull Terrier Miniature Bull Terrier Bulldog Bullmastiff Cairn Terrier Canaan Dog Cao Castro Laboreiro Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cesky Terrier Chesapeake Bay Retriever Chihuahua long haired Chihuahua smooth coat Chinese Crested Chow Chow Clumber Spaniel Cocker Spaniel English Curly Coated Retriever Dachshund Dalmatian Dandie Dinmont Terrier Deerhound Dobermann Dogue de Bordeaux English Pointer English Setter English Springer Spaniel English Toy Terrier Black and Tan Eskimo Dog Estrela Mountain Dog Eurasier Field Spaniel Finnish Lapphund Finnish Spitz Flat Coated Retriever Fox Terrier Smooth Fox Terrier Wire French Bulldog German Longhaired Pointer German Shepherd German Spitz German Wirehaired

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Breeds/jack-russell-terrier-dog-breed-profile.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Cocker Spaniel (English) Dog Breed Profile | Dog Breeds
    be involved in all his family does Good with children and other pets if socialised early Lifestyle An energetic bouncy dog best suited to an active lifestyle Not a lap dog A garden is a must Needs about 60 minutes of physical exercise a day including off lead walks and play Trainability The Cocker Spaniel wants to please his owner and excels at training Extremely intelligent but strong willed and has his own mind so will need a firm fair hand General care The Cocker Spaniel has a beautiful coat which needs looking after to keep it at its best A thorough brush through daily is a must to prevent the coat matting The coat needs to be stripped about three times a year The Cocker Spaniel s long ears need to be checked regularly as they can become infected easily if not kept clean Fairly easy to feed but must be a good quality diet Cockers can be quite greedy so watch portion sizes too Working or show Cocker Working Cocker Spaniels are bred as working gundogs While they can make good pets it s important to appreciate their strong working instinct They have incredible stamina and will be on the go all day long so if you want a working Cocker be prepared for this In terms of looks working Cockers have much finer coats and shorter ears than show Cockers and their body shape is less compact It s important to remember that unless you are extremely active or intend to work your dog a working Cocker Spaniel is probably not for you Pros Good temperament Nice size Easy to train Cons Some hereditary problems Needs a good deal of exercise Higher than average grooming needs Get dog breeds on your Kindle Dog advice search Go div uk panel data uk grid margin Dog breed profiles Affenpinscher Afghan Hound Airedale Terrier Akita Alaskan Malamute American Cocker Spaniel Anatolian Shepherd Dog Australian Cattle Dog Australian Shepherd Dog Australian Silky Terrier Australian Terrier Basenji Basset Fauve De Bretagne Basset Griffon Vendeen Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen Petit Basset Hound Beagle Bearded Collie Beauceron Bedlington Terrier Belgian Shepherd Groenendael Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Belgian Shepherd Malinois Belgian Shepherd Tervueren Bergamasco Bernese Mountain Dog Bichon Frise Biewer Terrier Dog Breed profile Bloodhound Bolognese Border Collie Border Terrier Borzoi Boston Terrier Bouvier Des Flandres Boxer Briard Brittany Bull Terrier Miniature Bull Terrier Bulldog Bullmastiff Cairn Terrier Canaan Dog Cao Castro Laboreiro Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Cesky Terrier Chesapeake Bay Retriever Chihuahua long haired Chihuahua smooth coat Chinese Crested Chow Chow Clumber Spaniel Cocker Spaniel English Curly Coated Retriever Dachshund Dalmatian Dandie Dinmont Terrier Deerhound Dobermann Dogue de Bordeaux English Pointer English Setter English Springer Spaniel English Toy Terrier Black and Tan Eskimo Dog Estrela Mountain Dog Eurasier Field Spaniel Finnish Lapphund Finnish Spitz Flat Coated Retriever Fox Terrier Smooth Fox Terrier Wire French Bulldog German Longhaired Pointer German Shepherd German Spitz German Wirehaired Pointer Glen of Imaal Terrier Golden Retriever Gordon Setter Grand Bleu

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Breeds/cocker-spaniel-english-dog-breed-profile.html (2016-02-08)
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