Featured Dog

Poodle

Poodle

The Poodle's coat may be groomed into three basic styles: the "pet clip" (or puppy clip), with relatively short hair all over the body, the "English saddle" clip, and the "Continental" clip with the rear half of the body shaved, bracelets left around the ankles and pom-poms left on the tails and hips. All other clips are not admissible in shows. The coat is either curly or corded. All solid colors are permissible. Examples: black, blue, silver, gray, cream, apricot, red, white, brown, or cafe-au-lait. The tail is set high and docked to half its length or slightly less. Dewclaws are generally removed. The feet are small, oval and webbed, with arched toes. The ears are long, flat, and wide, laying close to the head. The eyes are black or brown, with a lively expression. The head is long and the neck is solid and slightly arched. A good Poodle has a square silhouette, with approximately the same length as the height at the wit... 

Amercian Straffordshire
Amercian Straffordsh

Cat Breed

Siberian Cat

Siberian Cat

Country of Origin: Russia, Ukraine Original Name: Sibirskaya Koshka Other Name: Sibi His pedigree must indicate his Russian origin This large cat lived in the wilds of Russia for quite a while. It might be the product of crosses between domestic cats brought to Siberia and the Ukraine and local wild cats. Its thick, insulating fur is adapted to its harsh native climate. Mussa, a female red and white tabby, and Tima, a tom, were purchased in St. Petersburg and brought to Berlin in 1987. Hans and Betti Schulz bred the first Siberians in their Newski Cattery. In 1990, some fifteen specimens were recorded in western Europe. The Siberian has been established in France since 1991. It was recognized by the F.I.Fe. in 1997. In 1990, Elizabeth Terrell imported the first specimens of the breed to her Starpoint Cattery in the United States. T.I.C.A. recognized the Siberian and published a standard in 1998. The breed is quite un... 

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