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Dog Lover gift idea for Dog Owners of french bulldog, german shepherd, pitbull, golden retriever, pug, shih tzu, chihuahua, great dane, rottweiler, beagle, bernese mountain dog, border collie, bulldog, dachshund, english bulldog, maltese, bull terrier, cocker spaniel, german shorthaired pointer, labrador retriever, boxer, poodle, schnauzer, yorkshire terrier, cavalier king charles spaniel, miniature schnauzer, http://HarrietsDogGifts.com

Spain. Gos d'Atura Catalá - Perro de pastor catalán (Catalonian Sheepdog) sable

Spain. Gos d'Atura Catalá - Perro de pastor catalán (Catalonian Sheepdog) sable

Irish Wolfhound - When full grown, a male Irish Wolfhound looms over other dogs, standing at least 32 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds. Females are a minimum of 30 inches and 105 pounds.

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Irish Wolfhound - When full grown, a male Irish Wolfhound looms over other dogs, standing at least 32 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds. Females are a minimum of 30 inches and 105 pounds.

Historians claim that there are drawings of dogs that resemble the Great Dane on Egyptian monuments from roughly 3000 B.C. The earliest written description of a dog resembling the breed can be found in Chinese literature of 1121 B.C. The origins of the Great Dane as we know it today can be traced to the Irish Wolfhound with mixture of old English Mastiff. The breed was originally developed by the Germans to hunt boar, a ferocious animal. When no longer used for hunting, the breed changed to…

Historians claim that there are drawings of dogs that resemble the Great Dane on Egyptian monuments from roughly 3000 B.C. The earliest written description of a dog resembling the breed can be found in Chinese literature of 1121 B.C. The origins of the Great Dane as we know it today can be traced to the Irish Wolfhound with mixture of old English Mastiff. The breed was originally developed by the Germans to hunt boar, a ferocious animal. When no longer used for hunting, the breed changed to…

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