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When is an Aussie not a true Aussie? Well, when it actually is an Australian Shepherd as they did not originate in Australia at all. This glamorous dog was likely from the Basque region between Spain and France and adopted and adapted into the American ranch way of life. A lovely double-coated breed with a great variety of colours in...

One of the oldest of the Arctic sled dogs, the Malamute has a long history dating back to the Innuit tribe of the Mahlemuts of Kotzebue Sound in northwest Alaska and used as a draft dog for hauling sledges for heavy arctic freighting; he is a powerful and substantially built dog with an overall appearance of strength with a proud...

Akita (en)

14.01.2021

The Akita developed much of his modern appearance somewhere in the 17th Century as a versatile hunter. He is the typical arctic/snow country coat that is a double coat with a thick undercoat and straight harsh outer coat. Their appearance is one of strength and substance with heavy bone thus his presentation within the show ring should typify and...

Known as the King of Terriers, the Airedale's origins appear to be from old lines from the Aire Valley in England and is generally known as a good all-rounder used not only for hunting game and birds but as a police dog and a wartime guard dog. Owned by many of the famous and the discerning, the Airedale is the...

There is the question of how much one does to present a breed such as an Afghan. This is one heck of a glamorous breed with a great air of arrogance required.

This extrovert little member of the Toy Group descended from sled dogs of the north, not only makes a wonderful pet and companion but is a great show contender. He may be small and he may be compact, but this does not diminish his stature in the ring. I often think these little dogs appear to have bigger personalities than...

Samoyed (en)

14.01.2021

The smiling happy face of the Samoyed is one that lights up the ring as someone said "with the face and heart of the spirit of Xmas the whole year through". His traditions as the companion, shepherd and sled dog to the nomadic Samoyedic people gave him the unique traits of the happy endearing personality these people have too. He...

Brought originally from the "Lost Valley" of Tibet to England in the 1920's and introduced from there to the USA in 1956, the Tibetan Terriers (TT) have always been highly prized as "Luck Bringers" by the lamas for 2,000 years. Technically not a Terrier and loosely associated only because of size they make wonderful and devoted companions and...