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Dog Breed Guides - D and E

 

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D is for Dachshund and Dalmation! And a couple of other dog breeds too! And we have included E here as well... there's not many dogs who's breed starts with an E, but here is a couple.

 
Dachshund

Dachshund

The Dachshund is a long lived breed, and an excellent companion. With its low, long body and short legs, the Dachshund appears well-balanced, confident, and alert.

 
Dalmatian

Dalmatian

Dalmatians first came to firehouses as ratters to kill vermin in stables and firehouses. Because of their coach experience, they were soon running alongside, and eventually riding in the fire engines. To this day, many firehouses in Great Britain and the USA have Dalmatians.

 
Dandie Dinmont

Dandie Dinmont

The Dandie Dinmont is a confident and intelligent little terrier, brave and independent. He'd rather be sergeant of the house than be babied. This delightful and entertaining dog is a clown as a companion.

 
Doberman Pinscher

Doberman Pinscher

The Doberman Pinscher dog can adapt to the city, if given enough physical and mental exercise, and plenty of obedience training. If accustomed to people at an early age, they can be good family pets.

 
English Cocker Spaniel

English Cocker Spaniel

English Cocker Spaniels are gentle and playful. They make a good pet to have around children and are good for the first time or inexperienced dog owner.

 
English Springer Spaniel

English Springer Spaniel

The English Springer Spaniel is an energetic dogs that excel in obedience, agility, fly ball, therapy and tracking. They thrive on exercise. They are good with children but not good for rough housing or chasing.

 
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