Basador
Estados Unidos - Hybrid of the Basset Hound and Labrador Retriever

Basador

The Basador is a cross between two very different breeds, the Basset Hound and Labrador Retriever.

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History

The Basador It is a hybrid of two popular races and much appreciated, the Basset Hound and the Labrador Retriever. Although this hybrid has been a popular choice for nearly twenty years, Currently there is little documentation available for the mixture, and it is only recognized by the Dog Registry of America. As such, the story is limited and it is necessary to review the stories of parental races to understand the layout and other features of character of the Basador.

The Labrador Retriever It is the most popular dog and was first developed in Canada to help fishermen. Surprisingly, this breed nearly extinct in the early 1880 Labrador when females were sacrificed litter in Canada due to high tax rates. Fortunately, Labrador was imported to England and America at this time and was gaining popularity as a hunting companion and recovery. Happy and easy setup of the Labrador makes it an ideal family dog ​​has remained the best dog in the United States, Canada and England for several decades.

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The Basador is a cross breed, and as the current dog, His name has several features: It may be written both “Basador” as “Bassador”. But no matter how you spell, This is a very cute dog.

The Basset Hound It was first developed as a curiosity among the French aristocracy, But after the French Revolution, This race became a popular choice among commoners for hunting. French public could not hunt on horseback and needed a dog that could keep up on foot. Short and sturdy legs of the Basset Hound were perfect for hunting on foot. The Basset Hound did not gain popularity in the United States until the twentieth century, despite it is having been brought during the colonial era. In the Decade of 1960 appeared advertising of Hush Puppy, and the popularity of the Basset Hound just grew from there.

Physical characteristics

The Basador looks so much like a basset hound like a Labrador. Both races have expressive eyes sad or may seem thoughtful. The most prominent feature of the Basset Hound in this hybrid are short and sturdy legs of this hybrid low-rise. The front legs are slightly open. The snout is long and thin, and ears are slightly longer than those of a farmer but shorter than a Basset Hound. However, the ears are quite large. The body of the Bassador is outrageously longer than high, as in the Basset Hound. The coat is short and dense and usually is in a solid color such as Labrador. However, White spots can adorn the chest and feet of the Basador.

Character and skills

Temperament affected partly by inheritance and partly by the environment, so it can be variable. The temperament of a Basador It depends on several things, including the temperaments of their parents, especially the mother, which it is more likely to influence the behavior of the puppy; the amount of socialization receiving; and particular genes that inherits.

It can be more independent if the Basset side of his family dominates or more trainable if the Labrador side prevails. Beware of cats, since both races have strong hunting instincts. However, both Labradors as Bassets are devoted to their families and generally should not be shy or aggressive to people or other animals. Do not give thanks if a puppy's parents do not allow them to approach him, If you shy away or growl, or if the puppies do any of those things.

A Basador It tends to be quite intelligent, but the fact you want to make the effort to learn depends on whether you have more influence basset. A basset can be stubborn and may lack interest in learning whatever you are trying to teach. But no matter which side of the family is dominant, if training a Basador with positive reinforcement techniques, showing him what he likes and rewarding him with praise, games and goodies, It is likely to learn quickly.

Start training your puppy the day you bring it home. Even at eight weeks old, He is able to absorb everything you can teach him. Do not wait until you have 6 months to start train or have to deal with more stubborn dog. If possible, Take it to a trainer when you have between 10 and 12 weeks, and socializes, socialice, socialice. However, Note that many kinds of training puppies require certain vaccinations (such as kennel cough) are a day, and many veterinarians recommend limited exposure to dogs and other public places until vaccines puppies (including rabies, distemper and parvovirus) They are completed. Instead of formal training, You can start training your puppy to socialize at home and among family and friends until immunizations are completed in the puppy.

Images of the Basador

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1 – The perfect dog – Bassador by everything4pools
2 – Jmaley1 [CC BY-SA] 3 – Basador by Alex Alonso
4 – Basador by molly mundt

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Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog
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Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Despite its similarity, they should not be confused with the race American bulldog

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History Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

Also known as Otto Bulldog. It is a breed of dog of American origin, considered rare due to the few existing copies. According to available information, They have been developed in the area Alapaha river in the southern region Georgia. They are renowned for their great sense of obedience, their agility and your protective character.

The race Alapaha blood Blue was developed by crossing Old English Bulldog white (known as, White English Bulldogs), a Catahoula Bulldog and a reduced number of copies of Colby Pit Bull Terrier. The origins of the breed remain unclear, and this has caused much confusion…

While at first glance it is a Bulldog type. It is a stronger dog and a well-developed musculature (outstanding feature of the race, compared to other varieties Bulldog).

Despite its similarity, not to be confused with American bulldog. This similarity resulted in actions pre-register many Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog They were included in the ancestry of American bulldog.

While Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Association It has declared that it was founded in 1979, the earliest evidence of the existence of this club record dates of 1989 in California. This discrepancy has triggered many discussions.

The race was in danger of extinction until a small group of Southern, in 1979, in an attempt to rescue the Bulldog de Old Tymey Plantation del Sur, He founded the ABBA (Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Association), giving the aforementioned name and dedicated to the preservation of this unique type of dog.

Claims made by the Mrs. Lana Lane, nurturer and follower of the race, they dealt with the existence of records. However, there is little evidence to support your claim because family lines described in the World Atlas of Dog Breeds as the founders of the breed.

The current records of this breed They include the following organisms:

The HERE (American Canine Association) which he recorded the first champion Entitled Alapaha. ABBA (Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Association), CCR (National Kennel Club), (ABBBR) Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog registry, CKC (Continental Kennel Club), WWKC (World Wide Kennel Club), UWABC (Kingdom of work Alapaha Bulldog Club & Registration), UCA (United Canine Association), and IOEBA (International Olde English Bulldogge Association), among them there is great variation in the type and standard.

Physical characteristics

Descriptions of its size vary according to the Agency, but trying to reach an average consensus situaríamos males in weight ranging from 32 a 41 kg, and height the cross of 51 a 63 cm.. Females - slightly smaller, they weigh in 25 a 34 kg and measure of 45.7 a 55.9 cm in height to the cross.

The ears and tail They are left natural, without any cut.

The colors of the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog They are varied, preferably, You must have at least the 50% white body with spots. They can be, predominantly, solid color with white, or dry white. Patches or markings are generally color merle, striped, blue, black, chocolate, red, Beige, or tricolor. Currently the most common are the tricolor mantle (both white, Merle, red, as well as beige, Merle, chocolate).

The eye color can vary from Brown to blue, and they usually see with one eye of each color copies or a finger eye colors.

Its pelage is short, hard and bright by nature, which is why, care requirements are minimal mantle.

Character and skills

The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog It described as a dog easy to train, obedient and responsible, with impressive capabilities as guardian Family and property. They have a strong instinct for protection and it's love at home.

Puppy must be socialized and trained using humane methods, Since that cruelty could stimulate the aggressiveness of the animal. Intelligent and quick learning, with assertive methods.

The Bulldog Alapaha bloodand blue is very energetic and athletic. Even so, They can be adapted perfectly to life in an apartment if sufficiently exercised and daily. While within the home displays inactive, quiet, It will be more happy with - at least- a medium size yard.

They were formerly used to work with livestock, especially in the capture of errant pigs. For that reason your muscles are long and powerful, This physical feature reminds us that so the dog can have optimal health you need to be exercised on a regular basis. They often enjoy long walks, run and play.

Life expectancy Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog lies of 12 a 15 years.

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Type and recognitions:

  • Race is not recognized by the FCI
  • BBC = Backwoods Bulldog
  • ClubDRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.

Alternative names

    1. Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog, Otto Bulldog (English).
    2. Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (French).
    3. Buldogue Alapaha de sangue azul, Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (Portuguese).
    4. Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (German).
    5. Bulldog Alapaha de sangre azul, Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog (Spanish).

Norwegian Buhund
Noruega FCI 237 . Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.

The Norwegian Buhund It is usually excellent obedience and dog agility competitions.

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History

The Norwegian Buhund (Norsk Buhund, Nordiske Spitz-Hunde, Norwegian Sheepdog or Pastor Noruego) is a breed of dog Spitz type of Norwegian origin which is closely related to the races Icelandic Sheepdog (Icelandic Sheepdog) and Swedish Elkhound.

The name Buhund "derived from the Norwegian word"BU”, meaning farm, farm or mountain refuge, place where he lived the pastor while tending his flock in the summer. The Norwegian Buhund used as a grazing dog and as a watchdog.

As we said, the Norwegian Buhund belongs to a class of dogs called the type Spitz. All of them have in common the pointed ears and curled tail. Within the races Spitz, There is much variation in terms of size, to the coat and the color.

The Norwegian Buhund is a very ancient race, "part of the existing documentation on the excavation of the"Gokstad ship"buried on the farm in Sandar Gokstad", Sandefjord, Vestfold (Norway) in 1880, contains in addition to the great discovery, they found a Viking grave (that it dated back to the year 900) in which lay the skeleton of a man between 50 and 70 years of age, and its about the skeletons of six dogs of different sizes, similar to Norwegian Buhund of our times.

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This famous archaeological research was directed by Nicolay Nicolaysen (1817-1911) a well-known antiquarian and Norwegian archaeologist. He was a founding member of the Society for the preservation of Norwegian ancient monuments, which presided in 1851. The findings of this research are exhibited today in the In Oslo Viking Ship Museum.

Returning to the skeletons of found dogs along with the Tomb Viking, scholars of the subject, pose that these dogs were the ancestors of modern Buhund. And they were there, because in those days when the Vikings of dying, necessary and precious possessions were buried with them. It was believed that they would need them in their future life.

In those days dogs Buhund farms and livestock farms were currently protecting, pastoreaba ovejas… according to their beliefs, They hoped that dogs continue carrying out their work in the more than. It has been documented that these dogs were with the Vikings on many of his travels, by sea and land.

Photo: Vali.org

Physical characteristics

Returning to the present day the Norwegian Buhund has a rather square profile, are medium-sized and long legs, well takes a tail wrapped around the center of the back. The head is wedge-shaped, with well erect ears and nose of black.

According to the standard of the Norwegian Buhund the height at the cross goes from 43,2 a 45,8 cm., the females are slightly smaller than males. The weight of the males is of 15 a 18 Kg and females of 12 a 16 Kg.

The colors of the coat may be:

  • Wheat: It includes any shade of colour ranging from pale cream to cream darker, with or without dark markings on the tip of the hair, It is possible to display the color white, but will have to be tiny, the black mask is acceptable.
  • Solid black: with areas where the color white is allowed, for example, a narrow white ring around the neck, a narrow white tuft in the face, a small spot of white hairs on the chest (by way of tie), at the end of the legs and the tail. In United Kingdom the "Wolf Sable" colour (Wolf Sable)”, also permitted, According to the Kennel Club's breed standard.

The Norway Buhund is prone to suffer from hereditary eye problems and hip dysplasia.

The hair coat of the Norwegian Buhund has an average length, the coat is easy to care for, post that is not entangled, a weekly brushing is enough.

Perhaps the hair when moved, need brushing more often, but is only a seasonal matter.

Character and skills

The Norwegian Buhund it's a very cheerful and active race. They never tire easily and require exercise daily and generous. The Norwegian Buhund is need to expel their energy because if it is not possible to appear destructive tendencies (break furniture, Objetos…).

Beyond its high level of activity and energy, they are also very affectionate and famous for his love for unconditional towards children.

Is a race of hyper loving, they love to give and receive affection of his family, that will form strong bonds. You will have a distant and distrustful behavior with strangers, but it is very smart so you will notice who is well received and will go in search of love. They are very sociable and somewhat ladradores, but he will never throw to bite if there is no provocation.

The Norwegian Buhund, also, He is very stubborn and shows a strong desire to learn new things, But if the stimulus is not the appropriate, It is safer to resort to destructive or inappropriate behavior. This is because they get bored easily and are restless. That is why it is necessary that they have ongoing activity.

This breed is ideal for homeowners that they can devote time and desire to exercise and training of your pet.

With this appetite for learning combined with its high level of energy and activity, the Norwegian Buhund he is usually an excellent dog in obedience and dog agility competitions.

This breed is an excellent companion for a lover of sports.

Norwegian Buhund Education

The Norwegian Buhund is smart and cooperative and likes to serve its people, learns quickly. Therefore, this dog's education is not a challenge for already experienced dog owners. Before moving in with a dog of this breed, beginners must deal intensively with their characteristics, as well as the training of dogs in general and especially as far as grazing dogs are concerned.

In addition to basic obedience, it is important that the Norwegian Buhund pay special attention to the control of barking and the training of loneliness from the age of the puppy: Of course you shouldn't leave your dog alone for long, but you must get used to the fact that he has to endure without his beloved human herd from a very young age. A game lesson for puppies, as well as visiting a canine school, are a good help for the Norwegian Buhund, who doesn't always get along with his congeners, familiarize yourself with other different canine characters and to socialize it more in this regard. With this vivacious four-legged friend, always remember that only a physically and mentally exhausted dog can be successfully trained – otherwise he'll look for a way out for his boredom.

Norwegian Buhund Health

The Norwegian Buhund are considered robust and weatherproof. The breed has largely been freed from hereditary diseases to this day. Occasionally there is an increased risk of painful dysplasia of the hip joint, as well as hereditary eye diseases. You can be sure if you only buy from a breeder who performs the proper preliminary exams with the parents' animals. Responsible breeding with technical knowledge is the best way to minimize the risk of inherited diseases.

Especially in summer, make sure your pet doesn't get too hot and changes sports activities in the early hours of the morning or late afternoon – After all, the Norwegian Buhund is designed for cooler climates.

The optimal diet of Norwegian Buhund

This active four-legged friend needs a proper workload for the species, as well as proper nutrition, to provide you with high-quality energy. Give your partner a grainless meal, but with a high meat content. This means that the meat must be at the top of the ingredients list. This applies to both dry and wet foods.

The manufacturer's feeding recommendations regarding daily rations can only be guidelines that you should adapt depending on your dog's constitution and actual activities. Snacks or treats can be both tasty and healthy. For example, opt for sugar-free dental care snacks or dried meat snacks to reward your dog. With dry chewables like cow's ears, you can meet their chewing needs. Weigh your adult dog regularly to counteract any possible weight gain or loss in time. Its Norwegian Buhund should always have enough fresh water available.

Norwegian Buhund Care

The dense fur of the Norwegian Buhund it's weatherproof and easy to care for, but loses it relatively in abundance, so it's best to leave the corduroy pants in the closet during the weeks of change of coat. The change of fur in spring and autumn can be shortened to a few days combing daily. Out of this “hairy period”, it's enough to comb your hair once a week.

Get your puppy used to the grooming ritual:

This not only prepares him to be combed in adulthood, but also reinforces the link. Dirt can be brushed from dry coat, in difficult cases helps clean the area with a damp cloth. Just give your Norwegian quadruped a bath every few months to protect the dog's skin. In this case, use a mild dog shampoo. Check your pet's eyes and ears regularly and clean them with an eye or ear cleaner if necessary. Older dogs, in particular, or those who walk almost exclusively on soft soils, may need help with claw care: Dedicate yourself to the pedicure if the claws become too long to prevent them from hooking painfully.

Where can I find a Norwegian Buhund?

You won't find a Norwegian Buhund in all cities – you often have to travel hundreds of miles or abroad to find a representative of this breed as a new family member. However, should remain selective and only buy from breeders who belong to a club and can give information on parental animal health care openly and with appropriate evidence. Ideally, you can visit the breeders at home before making a decision, despite being away, to exchange information about their upbringing, puppies, but also his personal experience with dogs. Because a serious breeder makes sure he only puts his protégés in an environment suitable for them.

Adult dogs are very difficult to find outside Scandinavia and the countries mentioned above. So if you're interested in an erro of this breed, you're looking for a new home, you should search the Internet on the Nordic dog club pages or contact these clubs. If required, can help you or have knowledge about dogs that are very similar to Norwegian Buhund or mixed races that could be considered. Some Nordic grazing dogs are similar in their character and exterior appearance, for example the Finnish Lapphund or the Icelandic Sheepdog. Keep your eyes open when you're looking for your partner, but also find out the history of your possible new partner to see if it is a good match for you and your environment.

Ratings of the Norwegian Buhund

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Norwegian Buhund” you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, You must take into account their character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, your care and if you have young children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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Type and recognitions:

  • CLASSIFICATION FCI: 237
  • Group 5: Spitz and primitive types.
  • Section 3: Nordic Watchdogs and Herders. Without working trial.
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Group 5 – Section 3 Nordic Watchdogs and Herders..
    • AKC – Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.
    • ANKC – Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.
    • CKC – Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.
    • ​KC – Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.
    • NZKC – Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.
    • UKC – Nordic Watchdogs and Herders.

    Norwegian Buhund FCI Standard

    Norwegian Buhund FCI Norwegian Buhund FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Norsk Buhund, Norwegian Sheepdog (English).
      2. Berger norvégien (French).
      3. Norsk Buhund (German).
      4. Pastor norueguês (Portuguese).
      5. Buhund, Pastor de Noruega (Spanish).

    Blue Lacy
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    Blue Lacy

    The Blue Lacy, they are strong and fast, Lightweight and proportional structure

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    Blue Lacy history

    Blue Lacy It is a breed of working dog that originated in Texas (United States) in the mid-19th century, and it is the only breed of dog which originated in the State of Texas.

    The breed was recognized for the first time in the year 2001 by the Texas Senate, According to the resolution N ° 436 of the 77 ° Legislature, in which honoured the breed to be recognized as “a true breed of Texas”. In June of 2005, Governor Rick Perry signed the legislation that adopts the dog Blue Lacy as “Official dog of the State of Texas“. Until then, the mascot representing Texas was a female of breed Collie, always named with the name Diana, to approve the Blue Lacy as official dog of Texas, the queen was a representative Collie call ... Diana VII.

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    Boykin Spaniel
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    Boykin Spaniel

    The Boykin Spaniel It is easy to train and has always wanted to work

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    History

    The Boykin Spaniel (Caniche de Pantano or Little Brown Dog) It is a breed of dog of medium size, was raised as a dog of water with for hunting wild turkeys in the Wateree River swamp of South Carolina, United States. It is the official dog of the State of South Carolina.

    The Boykin Spaniel descends from hunting dogs bred in the century 20 in South Carolina, EE.UU. The dogs had to be sufficiently small for mounting on small boats used by hunters in the swamps, was that, L. Whitaker Boykin (1861-1932) experimented with different crosses races, and the dog resulting was the Boykin Spaniel, It is named.

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    Berger de Brie
    Francia FCI 113

    Briard

    The Berger de Brie It is an excellent race to raise with children of all ages.

    The Berger de Brie or Briard is a breed dog, one of the many existing breeds of dogs pastors. Its origin is French. The history of the Briard has already some centuries… Charlemagne, Napoleon, Thomas Jefferson and Lafayette, they all had a dog of this breed.

    Some theories say that, the Briard is descended from Asian dogs brought to the region by the barbaric invasions that attacked Europe during the middle ages.

    This former guardian of sheep and shepherd has also been used, also, by the French Navy as Sentinel, Messenger and the search for injured soldiers because of their fine sense of hearing. They were used in the first world war in an indiscriminate way to bring them to extinction. This breed is still used as guardian and Shepherd of herds, as well as pet.

    Became popular only after the “Paris Dog Show” of 1863, in large part due to an improvement in the appearance of animal achieved by crossing with the Beauceron and the Barbet.

    It is believed that they take their name from the French province of Brie, Although the animal not probably comes from this town. Currently, the population of shepherds of Brie is slowly recovering. It is believed that this breed is related to the Berger Picard.

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    Bruno Jura Hound
    Suiza

    Bruno del Jura

    The Bruno Jura Hound It is very distant with strangers and needs firm handling if kept as pets.

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    History

    In the year of 1882 set a standard for each of the five existing varieties of the Swiss Hound. In 1909 reviewed these standards confirming the total disappearance of the Thurgau Hound.
    The 22 in January of 1933 established a uniform standard for the 4 varieties of the Swiss Hound. The original range of the Jura hound type St. Hubert has now disappeared.

    The Bruno Jura Hound It is a domestic dog developed in the middle ages for hunting in the Jura mountains, on the border between Switzerland and France.

    Already at the time of the Romans was known to these Hounds in Switzerland.

    The Bruno Jura is known for his tracking skills and like other hounds has the ability to follow a scent to kilometres through the rocky terrain of the border mountains between France and Switzerland. It is mainly used for the hunting of the Hare.

    It is one of the four varieties of the Swiss Hound: Bern Hound, Jura Hound, Hound of Lucerne and Schwyz hound or Swiss.

    The majority of clubs and canine organizations treat these races as a single race with multiple varieties.

    Physical characteristics

    These dogs have a large skull, so their heads seem to be much larger than its small robust bodies. Their ears are flexible and hang down around their muzzle and eyes, giving it a warm and friendly appearance. Your body has some wrinkles around the chest and neck area. Their bodies are elongated and thin and long tail. They are usually a color dark bronze or a reddish Fawn.

    Its size is similar to the Schweizer Laufhund, but it differs in the width of your head, being associated with the St. Hubert Hound.

    Their life expectancy is of 12 a 13 years, and can weigh between 15 and 20 kg, with a height of 43 a 58 cm. up the cross.

    Character and skills

    These dogs can be known as little adventurers. They like to explore new and interesting terrain in which have never been before. Are, final ideal for anyone that loves to go on walks and exercise, Since in that environment be shown fully happy. As good Hound, anything, even if it is in its territory.

    Used primarily for hunting wild boar and Hare.

    They are very protectors and they lash out against anyone trying to do harm to their owners. They are very distant with strangers and need firm handling if kept as pets.

    Well trained is a loving, friendly dog with children.

    Bruno Jura Hound images

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    Type and recognitions:

    • It is not recognized as a breed standard for any major breeding club.

    Alternative names:

      1. Jura Laufhund (English).
      2. Bruno du Jura (French).
      3. Bruno du Jura (German).
      4. Sabujo Bruno de Jura (Portuguese).
      5. Fernando del Jura (Spanish).

    Border Terrier
    Gran Bretaña FCI 10 -Large and medium-sized Terrier

    Border Terrier

    The Border Terrier they are intelligent, loving, quite independent and.

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    History

    Border Terrier It is a breed of dog of the Terrier that group, It takes its name from its place of origin, the Scottish borders. Shares ancestors with the Dandie Dinmont Terrier and Bedlington Terrier.

    Originally bred as a Hunter of foxes and small varmints, they were used to hunt otters and Badgers, also.
    Although the breed is very old, the Border Terrier was officially recognized by the Kennel Club of Great Britain in 1920, and by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1930.

    In 2006, the Border Terrier ranked 81, number of records by the AKC and the post 10 in United Kingdom (in the 2088, ranked number 8).

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