Do You Know Numerous Types of Strong and Sturdy Shepherd Dogs

Top 8 Shepherd Dog Breeds

There are different types of dogs bred by shepherds around the world. These dogs were originally bred to help the shepherds take care of their cattle and sheep. The different kinds of shepherd dogs generally belong to the herding dog group. Shepherd dogs are known to be easy to train and eager to please. These dogs have an incredible energy level, and always try to do their best in anything they are asked to do. Most of these dogs are trained to become search and rescue dogs, detection dogs, guide dogs, service dogs, police dogs, therapy dogs, etc. Let us have a look at different types of shepherd dog breeds from around the world.

1 – The Tervuren
2 – The Groenendael
3 – The Laekenois
4 – The Malinois
5 – The Belgian Shepherd Dog
6 – German Shepherd Dog
7 – Dutch Shepherd Dog
8 – Bergamasco Shepherd Dog

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20 Incredibly Expensive Dogs That Only 5% Can Afford

How to Pick the Right Dog. There are more than 340 dog breeds in the world (though only 167 are recognized in the US), and every dog has a different character. Dog people will agree their pets make the best and most loyal friends, but it looks like some of them aren’t only dear to your heart but also cost a fortune. Here’s a list of the most expensive dogs that are pretty popular as pets worldwide.

Newfoundland (about $1,500) 0:50
Samoyed (about $1,500) 1:25
Saint Bernard (about $1,500) 2:21
Bedlington Terrier (about $1,500) 2:59
Irish Wolfhound (about $1,900) 3:41
Black Russian Terrier (about $2,000) 4:12
Landseer (about $2,000) 4:48
Cane Corso ($1,500–$4,000) 5:30
Portuguese Water Dog (about $2,500) 6:16
English Bulldog (about $3,000) 6:50
Akita (about $3,500) 7:31
Dogo Argentino (about $3,900) 8:17
Chinese Crested Hairless (about $5,000) 9:06
Canadian Eskimo Dog ($1,500–$6,000) 9:50
German Shepherd ($800–$6,500) 10:40
Pharaoh Hound ($3,000–$7,000) 11:31
Rottweiler ($1,500–$7,000) 12:06
Lowchen ($3,000–$7,000) 12:43
Chow Chow ($3,000–$9,000) 13:17
Tibetan Mastiff ($5,000–$9,000) 14:07
Bonus: The most expensive dog in the world according to the Guinness World Records 14:51


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-The average lifespan of a Newfoundland is from 9 to 10 years. Newfoundlands need regular grooming, which costs approximately $65 per visit.
-The Samoyed is one of the oldest dog breeds. These dogs have genetic footprints that are close to wolves.
-The life expectancy of a Saint Bernard is between 8 and 10 years, and the grooming of this giant breed will cost approximately $65 per visit.
-Bedlington Terrier with a good pedigree will cost you slightly more than $1,500, and the grooming of this unusual dog averages out at $50 a visit.
-The Irish Wolfhound, “a gentle giant”, is totally family friendly and gets along with almost anyone.
-Black Russian Terrier will become your best friend for about $2,000.
-Landseer is classified as “giant” and was originally bred as a working dog.
-The Cane Corso is a type of mastiff. It has a short dark coat and can grow as tall as 27” and weigh 120 lb.
-Portuguese water dogs were bred as excellent swimmers and trained to help Portuguese fishermen.
-On top of the $3,000 that you’ll pay for an English Bulldog pup, you might have to spend an additional $5,000 on their health.
-Akitas are incredibly affectionate toward their masters. Cold weather switches on a “turbo button” these dogs seem to possess.
-The Dogo Argentino is a guardian dog as well as a big-game hunter. These dogs can grow as tall as 27” and weigh up to 100 lb.
-Chinese Crested Hairless are mostly bare with hair only on their tail, head, and feet. Nothing else covers them or protects them from the cold.
-The Canadian Eskimo Dog is one of America’s rarest and oldest purebred canines. They were bred for work: hunting and pulling sleds.
-German Shepherds were historically used as herding dogs. Their life expectancy is about 12 years, and one visit to a grooming salon may cost about $40.
-The price for Pharaoh Hounds can vary from $3,000 to $7,000.
-Rottweilers often serve in the military or police force. When they are properly trained, they make good pets as they are fiercely loyal.
-Another name for a Lowchen is Little Lion Dog. Their lifespan is pretty long and can reach 15 years.
-Chow Chow first appeared in China, and these dogs have most likely been around for more than 2,000 yearsю
-The Tibetan Mastiff is officially the most expensive dog breed.
-The record for the most expensive dog in the world belongs to a Tibetan Mastiff called Big Splash. It was sold in 2011 for $1,513,417.

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Published: 2018-08-06 09:52:35
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8 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn’t Know Dutch Shepherd

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Dutch Shepherd

So we’re pretty sure you’ve heard of the German Shepherd and the Belgian Shepherd, but what about their cousin, the Dutch Shepherd? This lesser known breed started off as a herding dog just like the other Shepherd breeds. While they started out as all-round farm dogs, they make great family pets. So, could this be the dog for you? Let’s find out more about the Dutch Shepherd, including information about its origins, appearance, and temperament, plus where to buy or adopt one. Stick with us!

1 – What does the Dutch Shepherd look like?
2 – Dutch Shepherd vs. Belgian Malinois
3 – Dutch Shepherd vs. German Shepherd
4 – Key Dutch Shepherd Character Traits
5 – What Health Issues Do Dutch Shepherds Have?
6 – Living Conditions
7 – A bit of a background on the Dutch Shepherd
8 – Where Can I Buy a Dutch Shepherd Puppy?

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Published: 2018-10-10 10:53:34
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31 Unique Dogs With Unbelievable Fur Markings

From a Puppy Wearing a Mask to a Fancy Moustache Dog and a Dog with Eyeliner here are 31 Unique Dogs With Unbelievable Coats.

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# 15 Puppy Wearing a Mask
Plenty of dogs have mask-like colorations, sure, but few dogs actually look like they’re wearing a straight up mask! This guy looks like he’s wearing a luchador mask and is ready to jump into the ring at any moment.

# 14 Black Masked Dog
While the previous dog looked like he was wearing a white luchador mask, this dog is wearing a black mask fit for a dashing criminal vigilante.

# 13 Light Boston Terrier
Boston Terriers usually have black coats with a white mask across the board, which is why this ginger Boston Terrier is so unique. It is almost unrecognizable without the iconic black and white coating.

# 12 Blonde Mudi
This bunch of puppies are called Mudis, a rare breed of Hungarian herding dogs and usually only have black or mostly black coats. As you can see, these Mudi puppies are a little blonde.

# 11 Baby Panda
These babies fooled the world when they were born because they look so much like soft, newborn Pandas. Even though they’re just puppies and not little cubs, they are still irrrestibly cute.

# 10 Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dogs are highly sought after dogs even without a rare coat, so this rare patterned Bernese Mountain Dog is even more of a prize. It looks a bit like a Vanilla flavored dog dipped in chocolate, which is super cute.

# 9 Cheetah Dog
This dog might be a wild canine rather than a domesticated pet with that coat. Those markings are more Cheetah-like than anything.

# 8 Siberian Tiger Bulldog
This coloration on a bull dog is completely unique – there probably isn’t a dog out there that has a coloring quite like this one. It may be a bulldog but it has the coat of a Siberian Tiger.

# 7 Freckled Dog
Australian Cattle Dogs have beautiful coats that are often spotted or freckled, but this Australian Cattle Mix has a much lighter and blonder set of freckles.

# 6 Panda Dog
Puppies are already some of the cutest things in the world, but combine that with a panda bear and you have a cuteness overload. Let’s just hope it gets as big as a panda when it grows up.

# 5 Light Brown Dalmatian
Dalmatians have a classic look: black, white, and spotted all over. Well, sometimes they come out a little differently. This dalmatian is completely covered in coffee colored spots rather than the usual black and white affair.

# 4 Patchwork Dachshund
People breed dogs all the time to achieve what they believe is the perfect dog. There are a bunch of designer dogs, from the Goldendoodle to the Schnoodle, but sometimes the result can look different than what you’re expecting. Like this patchwork Dachshund which looks like three distinct dogs sewn together.

# 3 Fancy Moustache Dog
What’s fancier than a curled handlebar moustache? This dog has a sleek black and white coat and a clean moustache that is perfect for any black tie event.

# 2 Dog with Eyeliner
This Husky puppy has a super unique coat that makes it look like it’s got some killer eyeliner on. Complete with light eyes and a heart shaped nose, this dog is picture perfect.

# 1 Rottweiler with Vitiligo
This Rottweiler has a pretty standard coat pattern, but its coloration makes it unique. This Rottweiler was born with vitiligo – a genetically inherited trait that causes depigmentation in random patterns on the body. That is why parts of this dog’s coat are completely stark white.

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Published: 2017-02-24 00:17:44
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Belgian Malinois vs German Shepherd – The Interesting Differences To Note

Belgian Malinois vs German Shepherd – Differences & Similarities

Many people can’t decide whether to expand their families by adopting a German Shepherd or a Belgian Malinois. The reason for that is that these two breeds are so alike that some people consider them as two variations of the same breed. However, even though they look a lot like each other, they are two completely different breeds once you get to know their temperament.

1 – About the Belgian Malinois
2 – About the German Shepherd (GSD)
3 – Temperament
4 – Health
5 – Training
6 – Exercise
7 – Grooming Needs

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Published: 2018-09-28 00:22:43
Duration: 10M39S
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