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CockalierA designer dog, the Cockalier is a cross between the Cocker Spaniel and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. While most Cockalier puppies are resultant of crosses between purebred parents (first generation cross); a cross between non purebred parents will result in a multi generation Cockalier puppy. It is important to make sure that the parents used in cross are healthy and disease free. Also, before buying a puppy from a Cockalier breeder, it is important to know the parental lineage and the dominant parent in the cross. Knowing who the dominant parent between the two is can help in determining the characteristics of the resultant pup.

Cockalier puppies for sale are available in different colors, and with a variety in their markings. The most common marking in the Cockalier puppy is the Blenheim (white and golden/red). The actual color depends on the dominant parent. The coat type also depends on the dominant parent. If the pup takes after the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, it will have a short coat. If it takes after the Cocker Spaniel, it will have a medium to long coat. Small dogs, a mature Cockalier dog weighs anything between 20 to 30 pounds and stands as tall as 12 to 15 inches only. [Read more…] about Learn More About Cockaliers – Spaniel & Cavalier Mix

Alaskan Klee Kai Information & Facts

Alaskan Klee KaiAlaskan Klee Kai is very often referred to as miniature Husky since it has a strong resemblance to Siberian husky and even has the same kind of markings on its body. The difference is that is comparatively smaller in size than a husky and is a medium sized dog. The fact that makes an Alaskan Klee kai extremely appealing to buyers is that it has a similar facemask as that is seen on the face of a Husky. This breed which is very rare was developed by an Alaskan woman who was keen in dog breeding and wanted to develop a small dog that resembles Siberian husky. Though there are several Alaskan klee kai breeders who specialize in this breed, it is still considered as a rare breed. [Read more…] about Alaskan Klee Kai Information & Facts

Learn More About Teacup Beagles aka Pocket Beagles

Teacup BeaglesTeacup Beagle Description:
Gentle and sweet, Teacup beagles, or Teacup beagles are hardy small hounds. Squarely built, they are low maintenance, and have a short, close coat. Teacup beagles for sale are available in various colors, tricolored, black, tan, red, white, orange, or lemon, or a mix of any of these colors. Resembling a small English Foxhound, their skulls are slightly rounded and broad, and their muzzle is square and straight. With strong round feet, they have long, wide ears, and hazel eyes. They constantly carry a pleading expression. Like the Beagle, Teacup beagles are also known for their characteristic bay/ howl when hunting. [Read more…] about Learn More About Teacup Beagles aka Pocket Beagles

Canis Panther – Characteristics, Breeders & More!

The Canis Panther is known for their hopeless loyalty and protectiveness for their families. Excellent house pets, their protective nature is known to be among the best. Developed in the early 70s in the USA, the Canis Panther was developed by crossing a Black Labrador, a Staffordshire terrier, a Doberman pinscher and a Black Great Dane. The resultant Canis Panther is thus, extremely muscular and superbly powerful. At the same time, they are also loving, sensitive, obedient and agile. Graced with a wide jaw and a wide chest, they have cropped ears, and a docked tail, and their rear dewclaws are removed. Short furred, Canis Panther puppies for sale are available in chocolate, black, fawn, blue/gray colors. Always colored in solid colors, the Canis Panther is one of the best dogs for protection. Extremely loyal to their owner, they are highly untrusting of people they do not know, and have a sharp defensive mind. [Read more…] about Canis Panther – Characteristics, Breeders & More!

Learn more about the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

A relatively new breed, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog is known by that name as it resembles the wolf. The result of the original breeding of the German Shepherd and the Carpathian wolf, in the year 1955 in Czechoslovakia, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog was initially bred for only military purposes. Known for their temperaments, train-ability and pack mentality like that of the German Shepherd, and their strength, stamina, and build like that of the Carpathian wolf, they were trained by the military special operations to work as attack dogs. Only later were they trained and used for rescue and search operations, and tracking, agility, obedience, herding, drafting and hunting. The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog was officially named the national breed of Czechoslovakia in 1982. [Read more…] about Learn more about the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

Learn more about the Boxer Lab Mix aka Boxador

The Boxer and Labrador mix is most commonly called the Boxador. While most mix breeds are not an equal percentage of both the parents, it is always advisable to trace the lineage and ascertain the percentage of characteristics of both parents in the mix. Most Boxer-Lab mix dogs can weigh anything between 70 to 110 pounds, and grown as much as a normal, healthy Labrador. Characteristic of both parents, the Lab-Boxer mix can either be dark brown or faux yellow. It also has the Boxer’s big dropping jowls, and short, shiny coat. Breeders cross multiple generations of mixes, another reason why a particular Boxer-Lab mix may not be a completely 50-50 Boxer Labrador mix. [Read more…] about Learn more about the Boxer Lab Mix aka Boxador

Peekapoo or The Pekingese Poodle Mix


The Pekingese and Poodle hybrid is commonly called the Peek-a-poo. Depending on the parents in the cross is, the Peek-a-poo puppies can either be a first generation mix, or a multi generation mix. Purebred parents in the cross will result in a first generation Peek-a-poo pup, while non pure bred parents will create a multi generation Peek-a-poo pup. Before buying a Peek-a-poo pup, it is important to know the parental history of the breeds used in the cross. Knowing who the dominant partner in the mix is can help in determining the characteristics of the resultant Peek-a-poo puppy. [Read more…] about Peekapoo or The Pekingese Poodle Mix

Know More About the Pyrenean Mastiff

Pyrenean MastiffNoble, devoted, and jovial, the Pyrenean Mastiff is often confused with the Saint Bernard, or the Great Pyrenees. A livestock guardian type dog, its origins can be traced back to 1977, from the Club del Mastín del Pirineo de España in Spain. This mountain dog is not being promoted as a pet in countries such as the US, and Europe. A family dog, it is most commonly used as a farm dog, to guard sheep and goat. The giant Molosser breed is strong, with strong bones, deep chest, deep muzzle and a strong head. Rustic and powerful, their strong necks are covered with loose skin and double dewlaps. They have thick, coarse coats, in white, gold, and grey, with badger markings on the ears, neck and the head. White is always the main body color, with colored hindquarters sometimes. [Read more…] about Know More About the Pyrenean Mastiff

More About the German Shepherd Poodle Mix AKA Shepadoodle

shepadoodleA hybrid dog, the Shepadoodle is a cross between a German shepherd and a standard Poodle dog. A larger variety of designer dogs, they are agile, robust and alert, with beautiful muscular bodies, and boundless stamina. Active dogs, the German Shepherd Poodle mix has an average life span of about 12 to 14 years. They stand about 28 inches tall, and weigh a maximum of 80 pounds when fully mature.

A lot of the characteristics, including appearance, temperament and health, depend on the dominant parent in the cross, and the history of the parents in the cross. They German Shepherd Poodle mix may not be a 50-50 mix, as the parents in the cross may not be purebred dogs. If either of the parents is already a mix, the resultant offspring will be a much diluted mix of the German Shepherd Poodle mix. Most Shepadoodles have smooth, wavy or curly haired coats, with round heads and almond eyes. The appearance of the dog can be ascertained better with an understanding of the dominant parent in the cross. They come in a variety of colors, which include black, gray, tan, and cream. [Read more…] about More About the German Shepherd Poodle Mix AKA Shepadoodle