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We know you’re thinking … sardines for dogs? Can dogs eat sardines? It turns out this flavorful little fish has big nutritional value for people AND dogs. Let’s talk about why sardines are good for dogs, how to feed them to your dogs — and a few words of caution when it comes to sardines for dogs.
Mixing native Dingoes with Collies and other herding dogs, Australian George Elliott developed the Blue Heeler in 1840. They are also called Australian Heelers, Queensland Heelers and Australian Cattle Dogs.
Gentle and sweet around the house, tough and resilient in the field, Canaan Dogs are adaptable to almost any situation.
Cairn Terriers are devoted pets. But while lovable and fun, they are not the cuddly types. Cairns love to run, explore and dig.
Cane Corsos have stable and dependable personalities. In the yard or around the house, they will stay close to its master.
Friendly with their families and curious about strangers, Alaskan Huskies are calmer than their cousins the Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute.
America loves the Beagle. There is nothing fancy or exotic or designer about him, but his loving temperament and handy size make him a perennial favorite.
Basenjis have been known to sleep the day away. But when they wake up,watch out: These dogs love to play, explore and run.
Boxers may look tough as nails (and they are certainly tough) but under the surface they are lovable, playful, sometimes goofy pals.
A big, fenced yard is almost essential for a Bloodhound. Though not at all willful, they do have a healthy sense of independence, adventure and curiosity.

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