• jaws
  • 1. The jaws of a large dog are capable of producing pressures that can severely bruise and crush tissue (150 to 450 psi of crushing force can be transmitted) 2 . (savc.org.za)
  • Council
  • The German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia Inc is the governing body of the German Shepherd Dog in Australia, and affiliated to the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC). (gsdcouncilaustralia.org)
  • The German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia mourns the passing of Mr James Rodger, a Breed Surveyor, Specialist GSD Judge and past member of the GSDCA Executive as Editor of the Quarterly National Review. (gsdcouncilaustralia.org)
  • coat
  • Boxer dog was firstly developed in Germany that was eventually come out in a medium-sized and short-haired form having a compact skin or coat with powerful skull and a strong jaw. (bestdogfoodforboxers.com)
  • Congratulations to our Gold, Silver and Bronze Medallists from our Stock Coat and Long Stock Coat Dog and Bitch classes. (gsdcouncilaustralia.org)
  • suffer
  • The major disease which threatens the life of a boxer dog is 'Cancer', and according to an estimate, almost half of the boxer dog population between 8- 10 years in the world suffer from cancer. (bestdogfoodforboxers.com)
  • Care for a big body the strong shapely body of the British Shorthair cat places much higher demands on its muscles and joints than those of lighter breeds Heart size control British Shorthairs can suffer from a serious cardiac disease hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. (petpetsupplies.co.uk)
  • study
  • For the comfort and easiness for our readers, we have summarized the all-inclusive facts about the boxer dog in this encyclopedic study comprising of its basic information and details in a comprehensive manner. (bestdogfoodforboxers.com)
  • white
  • At their best, Westies are energetic, people-oriented dogs, beloved and admired for their bright white coats and shiny, shoe-button eyes. (vetstreet.com)
  • find
  • Either can be true, so it's essential to find a breeder who strives to produce dogs with stable, happy temperaments. (vetstreet.com)