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Dog Breed Guides - F

 

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Some FINE K9's here! We are up to the letter F.

 
Field Spaniel

Field Spaniel

Field Spaniels are loving and active dogs who are eager to please. They are great to have around children and other animals. Field Spaniels are great for people who want a good looking mid-sized dog that does not need a lot of grooming. They are also good for less experienced dog owners.

 
Finnish Spitz

Finnish Spitz

The Finnish Spitz breed is good for first time owners and good with children. They may not be very sociable with strangers but bond well with the immediate family.

 
Flat Coated Retriever

Flat Coated Retriever

Flat Coated Retrievers are friendly dogs that enjoy being around people, and of course, retrieving. This dog would be much more popular if not for the Labrador and Golden retrievers.

 
Fox Terrier Smooth

Fox Terrier Smooth

Very high activity level, both indoors and out. Fox Terriers make excellent watch dogs and can be suspicious of strangers. They may tend to guard their food or toys, bark excessively or dig destructively in undesirable places.

 
Fox Terrier Wire

Fox Terrier Wire

Fox Terrier Wires are a very active dog but the coat requires a lot of maintenance. They are long lived, alive with personality and full of spunk. Fun loving and good in any environment.

 
French Bulldog

French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is good for novice owners for a couple reasons. First, they are very clean when kept inside the house. Second, the need very little exercise outside. And third, they bark very little.

 
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