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French Bulldog

French Bulldog

This is a sturdy little Bulldog with large, erect, rounded, bat ears, a flat, powerful muzzle and a pug nose. The square flat head is not as massive as the English Bulldog's. The forehead is rounded. Height doesn't matter as long as the dog is well balanced. The height at the withers should be approximately the same as the length from withers to tail set. The dog should be pear-shaped, with the shoulders wider than the tail area. The short, soft, easy-care coat comes in brindle, fawn, white and combinations of brindle or fawn with white. The skin is soft and fairly loose, making the dog very pleasant to pet. The prominent round eyes are dark colored and the bite is undershot. The tail is either straight or cork-screw. Temperament The French Bulldog is a pleasant, easy care companion. A very playful and affectionate dog. Sweet and absolutely hilarious; they have a very comical personality and ... 

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Cat Breed

Devon Rex

Devon Rex

A funny little creature with a lamb’s wool coat and bat ears In 1960 in Devon, England, Ms. Beryl Cox found a curly-coated male cat in a a litter of feral cats living in an abandoned mine. This male was bred with a tricolor female, who gave birth to a curly-coated male that Ms. Cox named Kirlee. Kirlee was then bred with Cornish Rex cats. The resulting kittens had very straight hair, indicating that the two genes responsible for these two mutations, that of the Devon Rex and that of the Cornish Rex, were different and recessive. In an effort to pin down the mutant Devon Rex gene, Kirlee was extensively inbred. Unfortunately, this led to the appearance, in some lines, of a fatal hereditary disease known as “spasticity.” But the breed has been closely monitored, and American and French breeders have worked together to breed healthy individuals with carefully planned pedigrees. The Devon Rex was officially recognized by the F.I.F... 

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