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RSPCA - An overview of different dog breeds

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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - the UK's largest animal welfare charity. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome hundreds of thousands of animals each year in England and …

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - the UK's largest animal welfare charity. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome hundreds of thousands of animals each year in England and Wales. We offer advice on caring for all animals and campaign to change laws that will protect them, which we will enforce through prosecution. Our work relies on your support, so get involved or donate today. You can make a difference.

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  • 1. An overview of differentdog breeds
  • 2. Different Dog Breeds • Cavalier King• Bulldog Charles spaniel• German shepherd • Labrador• Husky• Staffordshire bull terrier • Cocker spaniel
  • 3. BulldogWhilst bulldogs are thought by some to make loving andloyal pets who are courageous, strong and powerful, intruth this can vary greatly between individual bulldogs.
  • 4. German shepherdGerman shepherds are often portrayed as military or policedogs in films. But we’ve seen firsthand how Germanshepherd puppies, like any breed, can grow intointelligent, loving dogs if given the right training andsocialisation.
  • 5. HuskyThe Siberian husky (also known as the Arctic husky) isthought to originate from East Siberia, where puppies werebred to become long-distance sled-hauling dogs by theChukchi. The character of a husky is very much depend onthe upbringing of each puppy. Every husky is an individualand should be treated as such.
  • 6. Cavalier King Charles spanielsThroughout history cavalier King Charles spaniels have beensought out because of their close association with royaltyand wealth. The personality of a cavalier King Charlesspaniel has as much to do with its upbringing as itsparentage.
  • 7. LabradorLabrador retrievers were traditionally, and still are, used asa type of gun dog. Labrador puppies have acquired areputation for being a good all round dog. Whilst this is truein many cases, as with all dogs, we believe much of aLabrador puppys temperament is related to the individualLab, not the Labradors breed.
  • 8. Cocker spanielIts thought that originally called ‘cocking spaniels’ cockerspaniels gained their name from flushing woodcock forhunters - their small size made cocker spaniels ideal forscaring ground-dwelling birds out of the hedgerows.Today the cocker spaniel has gained a reputation for beingeasy to train, eager to please and always happy.
  • 9. Staffordshire bull terrierStaffordshire bull terriers can be wonderful dogs who havemade loving family pets through many decades as they aremainly well behaved, affectionate and playful.
  • 10. For more information visitRSPCA