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The East Siberian Laika
The East Siberian Laika – A Beautiful and Loyal Hunting Dog
East Siberian Laika is a breed that originates from Russia, belonging to the Spitz family. It was bred as a hunting dog originally, but it will make an exceptional guard dog as well for the ones who need it.
The French Tricolour Hound
The French Tricolour Hound - A Tireless Runner Never Separated from Its Pack
The French Tricolour Hound or Chien Français Tricolore is a breed of dogs used mainly for hunting large prey such as deer, boar or fox. They were bred to track a slight scent and to run for hours without pause. In addition to these dogs' agility, the breeders paid close attention to looks as well.
The Flat-Coated Retriever
All There Is To Know About The Flat-Coated Retriever
Having its origins in the United Kingdom, the Flat-Coated Retriever was developed as a gundog breed and a retriever on land and water. Like all the retrievers, it is considered that its ancestor is the now extinct St. John’s Water Dog.
The French Spaniel
The French Spaniel - Nobility Embodied in a Dog
The French Spaniel, originally known as l’Epagneul Français, is a breed of gun dogs which has migrated to France, but has its roots in Spain. This Spaniel type is one of the largest breeds of hunting dogs. Their popularity began during the Middle Ages and continues even nowadays.
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Greater New Haven Cat Project, Inc., The
P.O. Box 1432
new haven, Connecticut 06505
The Greater New Haven Cat Project, Inc. (GNHCP) is a non profit, volunteer staffed organization dedicated to improving the lives of stray, abandoned, and feral cats in the Greater New Haven area of Connecticut. To accomplish this goal, our volunteers are active in the following areas:
* Spaying and neutering cats
* Providing basic veterinary care
* Vaccinating against rabies and distemper
* Testing for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS
* Rescuing and socializing feral cats and kittens
* Finding homes for stray and abandoned cats
* Returning altered feral cats to original colonies
* Providing information, resources, and education
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Animal Shelter Facts
Did you know that twenty percent of owned cats were adopted from an animal shelter?