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The Rottweiler
Strong, but Gentle, Fearless, but Loving, a Good Companion - the Rottweiler

The Rottweiler gets its name from the German region of Rottweil. But the breed’s ancestors weren’t natives to the Teutonic area. They arrived in the area of what is today known as Germany centuries ago, when the Romans decided to conquer this part of Europe. Back then, the dogs were used for herding and protection.

The Russian Bear Schnauzer
The Russian Bear Schnauzer – Cold With Strangers, Warm With Family

The Black Russian Terrier, also known as the Russian Bear Schnauzer, is a breed created in the former Soviet Union using over 20 other breeds, mostly imported from Germany. This breed was made initially for the military and is designed as a working dogs.

The Shih Tzu
the Shih Tzu

“The toy dog with a chrysanthemum like face” is what the Chinese breed called Shih Tzu is also known as. It is believed that this small dog was loved by the Buddhist monks for its resemblance of a lion, a sacred animal in this culture.

The Small Swiss Hound
The Small Swiss Hound – "A Lot Of Hunter" In A Small, Friendly Package

The Small Swiss Hound, or the Schweizerischer Niederlaufhund, is a dog breed originating in Switzerland, at the bigining of the 20th century.

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When animals are taken in, they rarely have a medical history. If there is one available that indicates medical aid or veterinary care has been given; this information is passed on to the new owner. The Animal Shelter cannot guarantee the health or temperament of an animal adopted from the Shelter.

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