Using the Dog Type System for Success in Business and the Workplace Free Audiobook

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Written by: Gini Graham Scott PhD
Release date: 8/28/2017
Duration: 1 hr and 26 mins
Language: English
Genre: business, career skills

Do you want to build your business? Get more customers or clients? Have better relationships in the workplace? The Dog Type system can help you have more success in your business or the workplace, since it helps you adapt your approach to the style of whoever you are dealing or working with. There are four basic Dog Types in a system that builds on other personality type systems Myers-Briggs, DISC, and the red-yellow-blue-green color profile. But it uniquely creates a fun, easy to use system with four types of dogs the German shepherd, who represents the strong leader; the Pomeranian, who is the high-energy party animal, the golden retriever, who is the calm, steady supporter, and the border collie, who is the serious detail-oriented type concerned with facts and accuracy.

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10 Biggest Guard Dogs In The World

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The dogs we live and work with today have come a long way thanks to generations of evolution and breeding. Yes, it’s crazy, but whether we’re talking about that fiery little Chihuahua, that energetic Labrador Retriever or that super-fast Greyhound, all of our dogs originated from wolves a long time ago. In fact, archeologists have discovered human remains from thousands of years ago buried with the remains of a dog nearby. It turns out that man’s best friend has held that title for quite some time. Today, we use dogs for all sort of things. They entertain us, keep us company, hunt and retrieve, and even guard us. In fact, in terms of guard dogs, there are some pretty large breeds that are intimidating even to look at.
Yes, in the realm of dog-human interaction, the role of guard dog has been around for a long time. Guard dogs come in all shapes and sizes but they serve the same purposes – to protect livestock, property or even the humans of their ‘pack.’ Ahead you’ll see dogs like the Boerboel and Dogue de Bordeaux, two breeds used to guard homesteads and even the castles of the elite. Looking to protect livestock as well? Then be sure to watch for the Kangal and Fila Brasileiro. Both of these dogs aren’t only big but extremely loyal and intimidating. The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog and Tibetan Mastiff both originated in mountainous and harsh environments – so you know these breeds are tough and mean business when they bark. Don’t get fooled by the Komondor. It may look like an oversized mop – but if you try to mess with the herd it’s guarding it’ll mop the floor with you. The same can be said of the Great Pyrenees. It may look like an oversized Golden Retriever, but this large dog will defend animals and people with great courage and loyalty. With a well-established history of protecting estates from wild dogs, the Perro de Presa Canario is one large breed we don’t think you should mess with. The same goes for the Caucasian Shepherd. This massive dog has evolved to meet the rugged environment of Southern Russia and the Caucasus, so you know it can hold its own when it comes to a fight. All in all, we’re pretty sure you don’t want to mess with any of these massive breeds.

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World’s RAREST Dog Breeds Ever!

Check out the world’s rarest dog breeds ever! From the weirdest and smallest to the most dangerous and biggest dogs, check out this top 10 list of rarest dogs on earth!

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12. English Foxhound
The English foxhound is an old breed that was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1909. In 1995, there were only 35 foxhounds registered with the AKC. Bred as hunting dogs, they were used in large packs for foxhunting. Known for their loyalty and gentleness, the English foxhound is today considered a good companion for an active household.
The foxhound is a small dog that can weigh between 55-75 pounds. At one time, British hunters put down their dogs at the age of seven, because it was believed the dogs lost their effectiveness as a hunter. Today, foxhounds are retired at the age of seven and are often put up for adoption. Another interesting fact about these dogs involves their fur. If you have a dog allergy, this may be the dog for you: they are light shedders. Rubbing the dogs down with a damp cloth minimizes the shedding even more.
11. Harrier
The AKC first recognized the harrier in 1885. This old hunting breed hails from England. They were bred to hunt in packs for rabbits and hare, hence their name, “harrier”. The harrier’s appearance is so similar to beagles and foxhounds that some people mistake the dog for one of those breeds.
Like with foxhounds, a weekly wipe down with a damp cloth minimizes shedding. Harriers are outgoing and friendly dogs who like an active lifestyle. And they’re known for having a sense of humor and for being the “class clown”. Because of their independence and breeding, they need lots of training and exercise.
It sounds strange that such a fun-loving breed would be considered rare. But when England outlawed hunting hares by chasing them, the demand for the dog dropped. Some enthusiasts are concerned the breed will go extinct in ten to fifteen years.
10. Norwegian Lundehund
Lundehund is Norwegian for “puffin dog”. This breed comes from the remote Lofoten Islands off the coast of Norway. They were bred to hunt puffins on steep vertical cliffs and have six toes on each foot and elongated rear footpads. Like many hunting breeds, they are smart, energetic dogs.
A good Lundehund could catch 30 puffins a night. Puffins nest in caves and these dogs developed the flexibility to be able to go in there and get them. Their heads can bend straight backwards until they touch their spines.
By the 1900s, nets were being used to catch puffins instead, and need for the dogs declined. As with the harrier, when the need declined, so did the breed. There are very few Lundehunds left in existence.
9. American Foxhound
The American foxhound is leaner than its English cousin. It was bred in the United States to hunt foxes and other game. Like the English counterpart, they are bred to hunt in packs and can run for hours while giving chase.
The breed was created by crossing French and English hounds in the 17th and 18th centuries. George Washington, in fact, owned American foxhounds and bred them. As foxhunting in a group declined, so did the breed, making them rare despite all of their good traits. If you have one, it could be related to George Washington’s dogs!
8. Otterhound
The large, stocky otterhound, which is slightly longer than it is tall, hails from Great Britain. It’s body shape allows it to trot at a slow pace for long distances. It has a rough outer coat and an oily inner coat that protects it both from brambles and cold water. This strong, athletic breed was bred to hunt otters, (again, ergo the name), and they even sport webbed feet. The otterhound’s sense of smell allows the breed to track otters through running water and over all sorts of terrain.
The otterhound’s strong prey instinct gives it a single-minded intensity when on the hunt. Its temperament, though, is amiable and affectionate, making it a good family pet. But its ability to think on its feet and hunt alone makes for a rather stubborn dog. Not traditionally kept as a pet, the otterhound breed retains a lot of the qualities originally bred into it.
Otter hunting reached its peak of popularity in the years preceding World War I. However, in 1978 England banned otter hunting because water pollution had already hurt the otter population. Two years later, Scotland also banned otter hunting. The packs were broken up and the dogs sent to private owners or mink hunting packs.

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8 Things To Consider When Buying German Shepherd Puppies

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So, you have a friend who recently bought a German Shepherd puppy, and you’re thinking that that might be a great addition to your family as well. Well, before you run out and buy one of these little creatures, there are quite a few things that you should know. In this article, I will offer a little bit of background on German Shepherds, the advantages of owning a German Shepherd, the many uses of a German Shepherd, certain traits to look for in a German Shepherd puppy, basic considerations, and things to consider when buying German Shepherd puppies for sale from a breeder.

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2 – Key Uses of the German Shepherd Dog
3 – Advantages of Having a German Shepherd Dog
4 – Health Concerns With German Shepherd Puppies and Dogs
5 – Basic Considerations When Shopping For German Shepherd Puppies For Sale
6 – Desirable Traits of a German Shepherd Puppy For Adoption
7 – Where To Buy German Shepherd Puppies For Sale
8 – What To Look For In A German Shepherd Breeder

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