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Dog Breeds

Generic Information about Seven Popular Dog Breeds

Dogs are human’s best friends and it’s just not a famous term but a reality. Dogs were the first animals human beings domesticated even before the cattle like cows or goats. It’s because before humans started agriculture, they were mostly hunters and dogs were a great help for hunting. Slowly with evolution, Dogs and human beings became quite close and it’s fact that domesticated see their owners as their family members. Here we will provide generic information about seven popular dog breeds:

  1. Chinese CrestedChinese Crested 

Chinese Crested comes in three variants, hairless, with hair, and a mix of both, and it belongs to the cuddling group of dogs as very small in size. The hairless dogs have more advantages as there is no doggy odor, and shedding isn’t much of a problem. It’s found all over the world but it got its name because it’s believed that it originated first in China. It’s a high-end dog and remains quite close to its owners. They love to spend time with their owners and it makes them a good candidate for competitive sports like agility, flyball, and obedience. They make great therapy dogs that help to reduce the stress of the owner while cuddling with them.

  1. Rat TerrierRat Terrier 

Rat Terrier are an American breed of dogs during the earlier times they were used as farm dogs and were used to accompany their owners during hunting also. They were decedents of small hunting dogs known as feists. Rat Terriers were common in many family farms during the 1920s and 19030s but at present their population is low and it’s recognized by the United and American Kennel Clubs as a rare breed.

  1. Italian Greyhound

    Italian Greyhound 

As the name suggests, this breed of dogs first originated in Italy and from there it spread to some other parts of the world. Its size is very small and it’s more of a cuddling and decorative dog and not useful for safeguarding your house. Still, they are very cute and always in demand among dog lovers. It comes in many colours like Black, Fawn, Blue Fawn, Chocolate, Tan, Sable, Red Fawn, Slate Grey, Blue, Grey, Red, and Yellow.

  1. Border Terrier

    Border Terrier 

The Border Terrier is a British breed and its size is small. Their lifespan is around 12-15 years. These dogs are even-tempered, friendly, intelligent, affectionate, alert, fearless, and very obedient. Its height stands at 11 to 16 inches at the shoulder, are easy to distinguish among other small terriers because of its unique head shape. They have wire coat which can be grizzle and tan, blue and tan, wheaten, or red. This breed of dog is mostly owned by economically sound people from the higher strata of society.

  1. Basenji Basenji

The Basenji is a breed of hunting dog and it originated in central Africa. They are not used for hunting anymore and are very good domesticated and homely dogs. Its lifespan is of around 13 years and is quite protective of its owners. They also get along with other dogs but can be ferocious sometimes. Basenji is an ideal dog if you are looking for a dog that is much more than just a decorative piece and can protect your house and family. 

  1. PekingeseRat Terrier 

Pekingese is of Chinese origin and it’s basically a toy dog with whom kids can play. They are very loyal and affectionate. In China, during the early times, these dogs were bred to be close companions to Chinese royalty. Even today these dogs have very close connections with their owners, which makes them great house pets. They’re particularly apt for loving families where they can evade any rough treatment.  

  1. Australian Cattle Dog

    Australian Cattle Dog 

The Australian Cattle Dog is a breed of herding dog from Australia which was used for droving cattle over long distances across coarse terrain. These dogs are tremendously alert, intelligent, watchful, and courageous. They are quite trustworthy and reliable, as they have an obstinate sense of duty. Loyal to their owners and cautious of strangers, they are ferociously protective when used as a watchdog, though they are not barkers.

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