By Robert J. Matthews
Australia's distinctive garments and endearing personalities are two qualities that cannot be criticized.
Australian Shepherds, the competent companions of American ranchers, are remarkably intelligent, diligent, and active.
The Yorkie, despite being a miniature toy Terrier, packs a powerful punch in apartment-friendly packaging.
The Yorkshire Terrier's flawless, floor-sweeping coat exemplifies its elegance, but it also possesses an adequate amount of vivacity to complement its refinement.
As expected of a velcro breed, Cavaliers will not tolerate even a moment of separation from their masters.
They acquired a composed, subdued disposition and a fond disposition toward both humans and animals.
The muscular, efficient physique of the Doberman Pinscher is equally as impressive as its courageous and ever-vigilant disposition.
A taxman developed the breed in the late 1800s as a result of his desire to ward off thieves with a meticulously bred security dog.