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Sharks Essay

484 words - 2 pages

Breed/Size | Group | Head and body photo | Coat | Purpose | Breed concerns |
Miniature SchnauzerHeight: Male: 14 inchesFemale: 13in
Weight: Male: 11-18lbs Female: 10-15lbs | Terrier | | has a double coat. The outer coat is wiry and the undercoat is soft | Watchdog, hunting, traveling, farm dogs | Hyperlipidemia, pancreatitis, diabetes, bladder stones |
A family who has a lot of yard and wants a dog who will be on the “look out” will be perfect for this breed
A family who has a lot of yard and wants a dog who will be on the “look out” will be perfect for this breed

Breed/Size | Group | Head and body photo | Coat | Purpose | Breed concerns |
Alaskan MalamuteWeight: Male: 85lbsFemale: 75lbsHeight: Male:25Female: 23 | Working | | dense coat that sheds very ...view middle of the document...

5in | Working | | a dense undercoat and a longer topcoat of short, straight guard hairs | Sledding, working, racing | juvenile cataracts, corneal dystrophy, canine glaucoma, hip dysplasia |
A hardworking family would be perfect for this breed
A hardworking family would be perfect for this breed

Breed/Size | Group | Head and body photo | Coat | Purpose | Breed concerns |
Labrador RetrieverHeight: Males 22 - 24 inches Females 21 - 23 inches Weight: Males 60 - 75 pounds Females 55 - 70 pounds | Sporting | | smooth, short-haired, double coat, average shredding | hunting, tracking, watchdog, police work, service dog | Prone to hip and elbow dysplasia, PRA, mast cell tumors and eye disorders. |
This dog would be perfect for a family who might have a blind family member, in the police force, or want a guard dog
This dog would be perfect for a family who might have a blind family member, in the police force, or want a guard dog

Breed/Size | Group | Head and body photo | Coat | Purpose | Breed concerns |
BeagleWeight: Males: 22 – 25lbsFemale: 20 – 23lbs | Working | | smooth shorthaired | narcotics detection dog, companion, hunt | epilepsy, heart disease, chondroplasia |
A family who loves to hunt and wants a small dog would be perfect for this breed
A family who loves to hunt and wants a small dog would be perfect for this breed

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