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Fun facts about the Beauceron - dog drawing cartoon illustrated

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Fun facts about the Beauceron - dog drawing cartoon illustrated

How is it to live with a Beauceron, this french breed which looks like a dog crossing between the Rottweiler and the German Shepherd? Here are fun facts illustrated with drawings. Print of the Dog can be purchased here. The Beauce Shepherd from the plains of France The Beauceron is a french herding dog breed with origins in the center of France, this area is called "La beauce" wich give the name to the Dog. The Beauce Area has a very caracteristic landscape : it's flat, small forest and rivers and very good lands for farmers. Beauceron is a shepherd...

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Interresting Dog facts about GSP : the German Short-Haired Pointer cartoon drawing

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Interresting Dog facts about GSP : the German Short-Haired Pointer cartoon drawing

Facts to Know About German Shorthaired Pointers with cartoon drawing German Shorthaired Pointers were first bred as Perfekt Dog for hunting: hunting rabbits - raccoons - birds - deer! pointing prey silently, and retrieving them. High energy inside, fast, never tired. A perfect family dog, but your vacuum cleaner will be challenged with high shedding volume.   Here are more fun facts illustrated with comic drawing just like a cartoon, and if you look in the distance, it's the German shorthaired pointer silouhette of the dog ! 1.Quick Walk after work? forget about the GSP! This is not a quick-walk-after-work...

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A Terrific Art Gift for Newfoundland Dog Lovers

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A Terrific Art Gift for Newfoundland Dog Lovers

This print of the Newfie combines fun facts and breed traits of the Newfoundland dog drawn in a cartoon-like manner inside the picture. the Original picture is hand made with ink on paper and prints are just like the original with plenty of "gentle giant" facts. Here are the details explained that you can find inside the print : A dog from Canada In Canada, the country of their origin, the only correct colors is black (including black with white markings) and white and black (Landseer). They were originally bred and used as a working dog for fishermen in the Dominion...

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