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VogueQueen.com, the well-known online supplier, now provides high quality, special modern black fur coats at low prices. (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
This Year's Warm Coats and Warm Hearts Coat Drive Focuses on Families Helping Families BURLINGTON, N.J., Oct.
AlignLife is making it easy and beneficial to donate coats and winter-gear this year, in return for donations, AlignLife will offer complimentary exam, consultation and X-ray if needed.
VogueQueen.com, an outstanding online retailer of celebrity inspired fashion products, has recently unveiled more than 50 styles of cheap fur coats that are in stock and ready to ship.
Royal Flush Havanese debunks the myth that shaving a dog's coat helps to keep him or her cooler in the summer. Charlestown, RI (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
Michigan State University researchers have identified a genetic mutation in Doberman pinschers that causes albinism in the breed, a discovery that has eluded veterinarians and breeders worldwide up until now.
The Allergen All-Star Pet Awards Features the Top 11, including Labradors, Greyhounds, and Iguanas SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass., Feb.
Dr. Khaimov held a Holiday Coat Drive to help locals stay warm during this winter season and all collected coats were donated to NY Housing Authority Project to help people in need.
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Recently, Skmen.com has announced its latest range of cheap women’s coats. (PRWEB) December 30, 2013 Recently, Skmen.com, a well-known online store
The Shetland Sheepdog, also called the Sheltie, hails from the Shetland Islands off the north coast of mainland Scotland. The breed is a descendant of the Collie, and its ancestors may have included the Greenland Yakki dog, King Charles Spaniel, Pomeranian, and the Border Collie, although this is uncertain. Up until the mid 20th century the breed was often called the Shetland Collie. The breed may have been used to herd small sheep and chase off scavengers, birds, pests, and wandering...
The Å arplaninac, formerly known as Illyrian Shepherd, is a herding and guarding breed from the Å ar Mountains. It was used as a military dog under Marshal Josip Broz Tito. The breed is currently becoming more popular throughout North America due to its guarding and herding abilities. Ancestors of the breed may include livestock guarding dogs from Turkey and Molosser type dogs from Greece. The breed stands 22 to 30 inches tall and weighs anywhere from 66 to 99 pounds. It is a large,...
The Rough Collie is a herding breed which originated in Scotland and Wales. The breed was bred to be nimble enough to herd sheep and goats in the highlands, and capable of covering up to 100 miles in one day. The original Collie was interbred with English sheepdog types, the Borzoi, and possibly the Irish Setter. The breed eventually became somewhat more of a fashion item due to its popularity as Queen Victoria's dog, and less of a working breed, due to the surge of the Border Collie to take...
The Redbone Coonhound is an American hunting breed developed in the 1800s from Foxhounds and Bloodhounds. It was bred to hunt raccoon, but is also used for hunting bear, bobcat, and cougar. They are highly agile and have an acute sense of smell allowing them to hunt in swamplands, on mountains, and in the water. The breed stands 21 to 27 inches tall and it weighs 45 to 70 pounds. Its weight is proportional to its size and bone structure. Its build is lean and muscular with a deep chest,...
The Pyrenean Shepherd originated in the Pyrenees Mountains in the south of France during medieval times. It was bred for the purpose of herding livestock, and generally worked in conjunction with the Great Pyrenees. The breed is the smallest of the French herding dogs, but is still little known, only gaining national recognition in its country of origin following World War I. The breed is not only an excellent herder but also an efficient courier, search and rescue dog, water dog, and company...
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