Finnish Lapphund Dog Breed Information akc.org
The Finnish Lapphund is a medium sized breed that combines the look of the northern type dog with the temperament of the herding dog. They are intelligent, alert, agile, friendly and eager to learn.
Finnish Lapphund Information, Characteristics, Facts, Names
The Finnish Lapphund can compete in dog agility trials, carting, mushing, obedience, Rally obedience, showmanship, flyball, tracking, and herding events.
Finnish Lapphund | Appearance & Grooming
Appearance. The Finnish Lapphund is a small to medium sized, sturdily built Spitz type dog with a profuse fluffy coat, upright ears and an especially happy facial expression.
Hypoallergenic Dogs – Page 2 of 2 – American Kennel Club
While there are no 100% hypoallergenic dogs, there are many breeds that do well with allergy sufferers.
Scandinavian Dog breeds (Nordic Dog breeds) Bulldog
The Nordic group of dog breeds refers to the group of dogs originating from the Nordic countries, a term used collectively for the five countries in Northern Europe, known as Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Sweden) with Finland and Iceland.
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Cockapoo Dog Breed Information, Pictures, Characteristics ...
Cockapoo information including pictures, training, behavior, and care of Cockapoos and dog breed mixes.
American Kennel Club Color and Markings
Standard and alternate colors available for AKC recognized and FSS® listed breeds.
New Dog Breeds (Newly created dog breeds and newly ...
This page includes newly created, experimental breeds and newly recognized breeds. Newly created breeds are all dog breeds that were recently and intentionally created since 1940, usually by the life time work of a single breeder or a group of dedicated breeders.
AKC National Owner Handled Series Ranking
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