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Where to find a Beagle breeder? Choose right!

You are looking for a Beagle breeder but you are overwhelmed? After reading this article you will know where to buy a Beagle! You have different types of Beagle breeders, the different breeders will be further discussed in detail. Professional Beagle breeder The professional Beagle breeders breed beagles on a professional basis. He also receives…

Dachshund education tips

Character of a Dachshund, what temperament to expect

The temperament of a Dachshund is a robust and courageous dog. He has great stamina and a unique character. The Dachshund is independent, combative, and tries to dominate other dogs. His habit of barking at the slightest noise makes him a good watchdog . De Teckel is affectionate and cheerful, but demands a lot of attention and is often jealous. The short-haired variety is…

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Adopting A Dog: Building A Doghouse

Once decided on adopting a dog, the next step to take is the type of doghouse that you will need. The doghouse depends on the dog breed that you want. Dogs grow very fast and allowances must be taken to ensure that the doghouse will shelter the dog when it is full-grown. The Doghouse Type…

Information dog breeds

The Siberian Husky

Not every breed made its American debut with as big a splash as the Siberian Husky. A team of these lean, fast sled dogs, originally developed by the seminomadic Chukchi people of Northeastern Asia to pull sleds over long distances, proved just what they were made of while racing across the frozen Alaskan wilderness to…

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The Dachshund, short-legged, long-backed dog

Famously described by H. L. Mencken as “a half-dog high and a dog-and-a-half long,” the Dachshund ranks among the most popular dog breeds in America. These short-legged, long-backed dogs are brave, bold and sometimes reckless, willing and ready to take on the badgers they were bred to hunt. To the surprise of their many fans,…

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Belgian dogs – Belgian puppies

Woefkesranch sells only Belgian puppies since 2016. When you import puppies, they should be minimum 15 weeks. when a puppy is really 15 weeks, you miss alot of the socialization of your puppy. Our puppies, Belgian dogs, can leave the litter when they are 7 weeks old. then that are 2 times vaccinated, en multiple…