The Chihuahua

The Chihuahua

Crossing the millenium… A long way from the Aztecs, the Chihuahua’s story entered a new phase in the USA. Breeding began there in the 19th century and the breed was officially recognised by the American Kennel Club in 1904. The Chihuahua’s tiny size appealed to many Americans, and after the Second World War it made its appearance in Europe where it also became a great success.
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The Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier

beautiful long coat… The reason today’s Yorkshire Terrier has such a long coat is because the poachers needed to be able to grab the dog and make a quick getaway ! The long coat is the result of crosses with the Maltese Bichon.
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Shih Tzu

The Shih Tzu

Lively and very active, the Shih Tzu is a little dog which is full of life, loves to be busy, and is happy to be cuddled for hours ! Always good-tempered and serene, it will only bark at strangers. It has a unique character which does need firm, careful training. Joie de vivre personified! Very attached to its owner, the Shih Tzu needs lots of affection. Happy and playful, it spreads good humour everywhere !
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The French Bulldog

The French Bulldog

Incomparable presence… No one can remain indifferent to the French Bulldog, not even great artists such as the French writer Colette who said: “I’ve got four dogs, and a French Bulldog!” He will never leave your side – and luckily, the French Bulldog’s small size means you can take him almost anywhere.
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Each breed has specific nutritional requirements
The 31/07/2013
Each pure breed dog is exclusive, very different and highly specific. The morphological and behavioral characteristics specific to each breed define the standard which is used as a reference in shows and competitions.
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