Cocker Spaniels are one of the most popular breeds in the world. Their secret lies in their cheerful temperament and friendly nature. Read our newsletter to find out about some of Euro Puppy's Cocker Spaniel Success Stories.
Many people would think that the weather in countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain or Qatar might be too hot for dogs so they are very rare in the region. However, that couldn't be further from the truth. Even though the circumstances are not ideal for breeding, dogs are increasingly popular in the Middle East.
The two main reasons why people in the Middle East own pets are protection and pleasure.
The classic protection breeds like the German Shepherd and Rottweiler are very popular, but there seems to be more and more demand for less known breeds such as the Cane Corso and Caucasian Mountain Dog. These breeds have a natural inclination to guard the territory they live in and the people they regard as family.
There is an important distinction to make between protection or guard dogs and watchdogs. While smaller breeds can also act as watchdogs to alert the family in case of danger, guard dogs must be big and intimidating enough to threaten the possible intruder to the point of retreat.
Every week Euro Puppy showcases a dog lamp. Is it tacky or wacky? We will leave it up to you to decide. While having our own beliefs, we would love your comments...Enjoy....
The Cocker Spaniel Dog Lamp
This Vintage Cocker Spaniel Lamp is a real find! It's a beautiful touch to any home that wants to have a non-modern look. It's a foot long and is labeled as a "Brooks Creation".
Complete with real glass eyes and a velvety feel, it's very realistic, and won't even feel the cold plaster underneath. The expression on the face, along with the wonderfully detailed ears give a great overall impression, and is sure to turn the hears of dog lovers.
It comes with a 6 inch electric cord.
What on earth are Bird Dogs? Well for those that know, please give me a moment of your patience to explain it to those that have never heard of this before. Bird Dogs are in no way related physiologically to birds! Rather, the term “Bird Dogs” refer to those canine friends of ours that retrieve birds that their owners have shot. Bird dogs can also be Field Dogs, Gun Dogs or Hunting Dogs. Some of the Bird Dogs include: Pointers, Retrievers, English Setters, Irish Setters, Gordon Setters, Red Setters, Red and White Setters, Brittany Spaniels, English Pointers, Vizslas, German Shorthaired Pointers, German Wirehaired Pointers, Wirehaired Pointing Griffons, Pointers, Labradors, Golden Retrievers and English Cocker Spaniels.
If you are an avid hunter, or are heavily into the pursuit of wild-game and you are looking to find a new partner, then you need not go any further! Euro Puppy, the premier provider of champion-line puppies and dogs is at your service, with the best Bird Dog puppies for sale. With over 150 breeds to choose from, all 10 groups recognized by the FCI are represented. From companion dogs, to working dogs…and yes, even Bird Dogs. Being proudly of European origin, Euro Puppy can boast with purebred Hungarian Vizsla puppies, Labrador Retriever Puppies, Golden Retriever Puppies and English Cocker Spaniel Puppies. These are some of the best Bird Dogs that any person passionate about game hunting would appreciate.
The top European breeders that Euro Puppy works with, make sure that the breed standard of these breeds are maintained at all times. The puppies are healthy and socialized, because they are not taken away from their mothers too early. This enables the puppies to have a pleasant and balanced temperament that any Bird Dog should have. If you would like to enquire about Euro Puppy's champion Bird Dog puppies for sale, contact us, and we would be more than happy to offer our assistance.
Akita Inu: "Gin" from Silver Fang (1986)
This is a story of an Akita Inu pup called Gin (Japanese for "silver") who leaves his owner, to join a pack of dogs. The pack gathers strong dogs from all over Japan to fight a deranged bear and his minions. The Japanese Cartoon: Silver Fang, was inspired by a news article which told of hunting dogs that had been abandoned by their masters and had begun living as wild animals...