Well-known for their historical role as fire house dogs, Dalmatians are unique, quirky looking white dogs with black spots all over their bodies. They were also made famous by Anheuser-Busch as the dog that rides along with the Clydesdales, and by Disney in the film "101 Dalmatians." Social and active dogs, Dalmatians thrive on attention and companionship. Their stocky, muscular bodies and their impressive intellect are ideal for a variety of activities.
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The Vizsla is stunning. This lean, smooth, medium-sized dog is the aristocrat of the dog world. These pups have tons of pep! They are very energetic, love to be outdoors and excel at tracking, retrieving, and competitive obedience. On the other hand, they are also very affectionate by nature and love to relax and cuddle. They have commonly been referred to as a "Velcro dog" because they won't leave your side! Vizslas do best in active households with room to run.
Labrador Retrievers are the lovable, family-friendly dog we all know and love! Labs have been the most popular breed in the United States for 25 years running. One of the older recognized breeds, Labradors were originally bred to be strong, active retrieving dogs that excelled in hunting and swimming. Today, they are known for their outgoing and energetic personalities, and are extremely intelligent and devoted pets. These pups have a high energy level and therefore require a significant amount of exercise. Labs are an incredibly versatile breed, as they can excel at anything from K9 police work to agility to service work for the disabled. Full grown labs are medium sized, typically weighing in at about 55-75 lbs.
excellent service and people. love our new puppy. so happy we did it.
The person I spoke with was very friendly and offered a lot of information. She seemed as excited as I was about getting a new puppy. The travel instructions were very clear and easy to follow, so I got to the airport and my puppy without any problems. It was a great experience.
You could have sent a pamphlet about the type of dog you purchase...maybe some quick tips for potty training and reducing puppy biting. We forgot, so a little help about what to expect the first month would have been helpful.