Breeder/Exhibitor Education Articles

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by Nancy E. ChristensenCanine aggression has a myriad of origins and meanings. Why does a dog snarl, snap or bite?There ...
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By Patrick O´ConnorThis presentation focuses on dog behavior as it relates to police dog training, however, a dog is a ...
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written by Donna  Sapp, Border Terriers, Maryland, USAOther (to coin a phrase) designer Dogs, to name a few are:Labradoodles (Labrador ...
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In the early 1970s, Miniature Schnauzer breeders embarked on a program unprecedented and unduplicated in any popular breed: to eliminate ...
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Surprising as it may seem, it isn't capacity that explains the differences that exist between individuals because most seem to ...
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  Play. How can it be that any living creature is without the knowledge of how to play? Wouldn't that ...
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written by Robert Hart, Vitality ScienceMan´s best friend tends to have a strange palette. Rarely will a dog pass up ...
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by Ms Dany Canino Too Much Of A Good Thing Can Be Hazardous To Your Pet Every pet owner has ...
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Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a disease of the heart muscle which causes the heart to enlarge and not function properly ...
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written by Robert L. Vandiver Submitted by Marj Brooks, Manorie Dobermans The Doberman was originally bred, for protection and accompaniment ...
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by Pat Murphy Cornelius ©copyright September 2003Dobermans have been described as "the dog with the human brain." And there is ...
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The Doberman Pinscher standard is probably one of the most precise and clearly written standards around today. It leaves very ...
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Height at withers: Dogs 26 to 28 inches, ideal about 27 ½ inches; Bitches 24 to 26 inches, ideal about ...
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Long and dry, resembling a blunt wedge in both frontal and profile views. When seen from the front, the head ...
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Neck proudly carried, well muscled and dry. Well arched, with nape of neck widening gradually toward body. Length of neck ...
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