Information and pictures of different dog breeds can be found on Dogbreeds.net, TerrificPets.com and DogChannel.com. Each site offers several ways of finding information on each breed of dog. More »

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The most common way to determine your dog's breed is to simply compare the dog to breed pictures until you find one it resembles. There are also dog breed DNA tests available, but the accuracy of these tests may vary. More »

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The American Kennel Club recognizes only one breed of mastiff. In a broader sense, the term "mastiff" can refer to any large dog breed believed to have a common ancestor in the area between Albania and Greece. More »

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Photos of large dog breeds can be found at Animal Planet, DogBreedsList.info, and DogBreedInfo.com by searching for large dog breeds either in the search bar or selecting the correct tab on the homepage. Each website fea... More »

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Pitbull-type dogs are the breed most frequently associated with serious bites, but Rottweilers and German Shepherd Dogs also frequently top lists of biting breeds, notes the American Veterinary Medical Association. Asses... More »

A female dog has eight to 12 teats with 10 being the average for larger breeds. Placed evenly on either side of her chest, teats run down her trunk to her groin where the largest are found. Each teat is part of the under... More »

Small dog breeds that don't shed or shed less include the Australian terrier, dachshund, Italian greyhound, miniature poodle and West Highland white terrier. Medium dog breeds that don't shed include the Irish terrier, w... More »