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DOGS
Joanne
DOGS
 Canis lupus familiaris
 Human’s best friend
 work, food, pet, friend, family
 Carnivore, fuzzy, trainable, curio...
POODLE
 Name from German “Pudel”
 Origin from Africa
POMERANIAN
 Origin from central Europe
 Little, vigorous, may be abused by children
 Longevity, 12~16 years old
BEAGLE
 Used for hunting rabbits
 Origin from Europe, then to England
 Restless, hard to tame, not shy with strangers
CHIHUAHUA
 Little body, big eyes
 Fragile, suit elders or single woman
 Origin from Mexico
 The oldest dog species in ...
DALMATIAN
 Origin from Croatia
 Easy to have kidney stone, especially the male
and old
 Disney <One Hundred and One Dal...
LABRADOR RETRIEVER
 Kind, intelligent, not aggressive, obedient
 One of three not offensive dogs
 Guide dog, good at sw...
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
 Patient, active, intelligent, need to be accompanied
 One of three not offensive dogs
 Hunting birds,...
HUSKY
 Used to hunt reindeer, pull the sleigh
 One of three not offensive dogs
 Origin from Siberia
 Frightening appea...
DACHSHUND
 Short legs, long body
 Track by smelling
 Origin from Germany
 Loyal, naughty, like chasing little animals
WELSH CORGI
 Used to pasture cows and sheep
 Intelligent, short
 Origin form Welsh, England
MALTESE
 Used to play
 Origin from Malta in the Mediterranean
 Adorable, hospitable, easy to be nervous, eat less
DOBERMAN PINSCHER
 Origin from Germany
 Used for military, army dog, guard dog
 Agile, muscular, aggressive, good at tr...
MINIATURE SCHNAUZER
 Origin from Germany
 Long hair near nose
 Curious, vivacious, intelligent
YORKSHIRE TERRIER
 Confident, alertness, friendly, energetic
 “movable jewel”, for its gorgeous long hair
 Only bigger ...
BORDER COLLIE
 Shepherd dog
 Origin form Scotland and England
 Vigorous, easy learning acrobatics, most smart
GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG
 Third smartest dog
 Origin from Germany
 Agile, loyal, brave, directive
 Police, guard, search, m...
OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG
 Gray, white, long hair, cover the eyes
 Used for pasturing
 Friendly, smart, peaceful, protective
SHAR PEI
 Origin from China
 Dog fighting
 Wrinkled skin, to enhance fighting
 Fierce, vigilant
CHOW CHOW
 Old species origin from China
 Dark blue tongue, straight back legs
 Stubborn, independent, hard to train
 ...
PAPILLON
 Origin from Spain (some say French)
 Ears seems like a butterfly
 Obedient, gentle
SHIBA INU
 Old species origin from Japan
 Steady, loyal, clever, little rash
 My favorite <3
 “marutaro”, “maru in mic...
Thank You!
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  1. 1. DOGS Joanne
  2. 2. DOGS  Canis lupus familiaris  Human’s best friend  work, food, pet, friend, family  Carnivore, fuzzy, trainable, curious  Cannot eat chocolate  Some are big, some are small  Some are smart, some are naughty  700~800 kinds, but still same species
  3. 3. POODLE  Name from German “Pudel”  Origin from Africa
  4. 4. POMERANIAN  Origin from central Europe  Little, vigorous, may be abused by children  Longevity, 12~16 years old
  5. 5. BEAGLE  Used for hunting rabbits  Origin from Europe, then to England  Restless, hard to tame, not shy with strangers
  6. 6. CHIHUAHUA  Little body, big eyes  Fragile, suit elders or single woman  Origin from Mexico  The oldest dog species in North America
  7. 7. DALMATIAN  Origin from Croatia  Easy to have kidney stone, especially the male and old  Disney <One Hundred and One Dalmatians>
  8. 8. LABRADOR RETRIEVER  Kind, intelligent, not aggressive, obedient  One of three not offensive dogs  Guide dog, good at swim  Origin from Newfoundland in Canada
  9. 9. GOLDEN RETRIEVER  Patient, active, intelligent, need to be accompanied  One of three not offensive dogs  Hunting birds, good at swim  Origin from Scotland
  10. 10. HUSKY  Used to hunt reindeer, pull the sleigh  One of three not offensive dogs  Origin from Siberia  Frightening appearance, gentle, vigorous
  11. 11. DACHSHUND  Short legs, long body  Track by smelling  Origin from Germany  Loyal, naughty, like chasing little animals
  12. 12. WELSH CORGI  Used to pasture cows and sheep  Intelligent, short  Origin form Welsh, England
  13. 13. MALTESE  Used to play  Origin from Malta in the Mediterranean  Adorable, hospitable, easy to be nervous, eat less
  14. 14. DOBERMAN PINSCHER  Origin from Germany  Used for military, army dog, guard dog  Agile, muscular, aggressive, good at track
  15. 15. MINIATURE SCHNAUZER  Origin from Germany  Long hair near nose  Curious, vivacious, intelligent
  16. 16. YORKSHIRE TERRIER  Confident, alertness, friendly, energetic  “movable jewel”, for its gorgeous long hair  Only bigger than chihuahua  Used to drive mice
  17. 17. BORDER COLLIE  Shepherd dog  Origin form Scotland and England  Vigorous, easy learning acrobatics, most smart
  18. 18. GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG  Third smartest dog  Origin from Germany  Agile, loyal, brave, directive  Police, guard, search, military, guide
  19. 19. OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG  Gray, white, long hair, cover the eyes  Used for pasturing  Friendly, smart, peaceful, protective
  20. 20. SHAR PEI  Origin from China  Dog fighting  Wrinkled skin, to enhance fighting  Fierce, vigilant
  21. 21. CHOW CHOW  Old species origin from China  Dark blue tongue, straight back legs  Stubborn, independent, hard to train  Noble as a lion, humorous as a panda, attractive as a teddy bear, elegant as a cat, loyal as a dog
  22. 22. PAPILLON  Origin from Spain (some say French)  Ears seems like a butterfly  Obedient, gentle
  23. 23. SHIBA INU  Old species origin from Japan  Steady, loyal, clever, little rash  My favorite <3  “marutaro”, “maru in michigan”
  24. 24. Thank You!

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