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  • Descendants of English Foxhounds brought to the US in the 17th century by George Washington and several of his contemporaries, American English Coonhounds were bred to handle North America's rougher terrain. A dual-purpose dog, they were employed to hunt fox during the day and raccoons at night, using their endless energy and enthusiastic bawl.

  • The American Eskimo Dog (Eskie to his friends) comes in the largest size range of any of the spitz dogs, from six-pound toy to 40-pound standard. Fun-loving and smart, this is one of the most companionable of spitz breeds.

  • The American Foxhound is a gentle, loving breed that does well in packs. If one dog is your limit, the humans in the family will have to be the pack. In other words, this breed does not do well isolated in the back yard, but must be part of a group. Several strains exist today, most kept by dedicated hunters.

  • The American Staffordshire Terrier, like the other bull terrier breeds, has a reputation as a fighting dog. But with the exception of those that have been poorly socialized or trained to fight, the American Staffordshire Terrier is a fine, affectionate canine companion who has been unfairly targeted by legislation aimed at outlawing the breed.

  • Energetic and playful, the American Water Spaniel loves kids and makes a great companion for active people. They enjoy investigating, running, hunting, fetching, and swimming. This sporting breed likes to keep moving and needs lots of exercise, but isn't as gregarious as more familiar spaniels like Springers and Brittanys.

  • Hailing from Turkey, the Anatolian Shepherd Dog was bred to guard livestock. The breed is not well-known outside of his native land, except to fanciers. Guarding instincts are highly developed and can be misplaced if owners are not aware of this.

  • Su perro va a ser anestesiado y entendemos su preocupación. En esta hoja informativa se da respuesta a las preguntas más frecuentes sobre la anestesia. Esperamos que le sea de ayuda.

  • A dog that is not wanting to eat or is not eating, is a dog who has a potentially life-threatening medical condition. Many conditions can lead to the inability of your dog to eat or for your dog to lose his appetite completely. It is important to find the underlying cause so that an appropriate treatment plan can be created. Appetite stimulants may be prescribed and in some cases a feeding tube may be placed by your veterinarian. Decreased food intake or any change in eating habits warrants investigation by your veterinarian.

  • Applying Ointments, Creams, and Lotions on Dogs

    Una vez adquiridas las cremas, lociones o aceites surge el problema de cómo administrarlos. Incluso el perro más obediente puede reaccionar de forma violenta a la aplicación en una zona sensible. Esperamos que las siguientes recomendaciones sean de ayuda.

  • Applying Ear Drops to Dogs

    Le hemos recetado este medicamento para ayudar a su mascota a resolver su problema de oídos. Es una enfermedad bastante habitual que puede deberse a muchos motivos. Aunque ya le habremos informado sobre la frecuencia de administración, hemos pensado que sería útil exponer paso a paso cómo aplicar las gotas.

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