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Popular Dogs - Breeds

Everything you need to know about your favorite breeds is featured in the Popular Dogs® Series. From the history of the breed and training, to nutrition, health and activities - these Magabooks® (magazine-books) provide the essential information for all levels of dog owners. Pick one up and see for yourself!


A petite French beauty with the fringed butterfly ears, the Papillon has true joie de vivre (joy of living) and excels in dog sports.

Pomeranians Pomeranians
Although the Pom has blossomed into one of the world’s premier companion dogs, in his mind, he is not a toy at all. A lion, or perhaps a tiger, is more like it.
Poodles Poodles
The Poodle breed standard states that the Poodle has an “air of distinction,” but it also has a well-developed sense of humor.
Pugs Pugs
Pugs possess an easygoing disposition and gentleness that makes them trustworthy around people of any age.
Rat Terriers Rat Terriers
This intelligent, sensitive former farm favorite makes a wonderful pet no matter where you live.
Rottweilers Rottweilers
Rotties have been described by those who have built strong ties with the breed as loving, comical, bright and loyal.
Saint Bernards Saint Bernards
Big doesn’t begin to describe this giant, and we aren’t just talking about his size but also his family devotion, loyalty, heart and drooling tendencies.
Schnauzers Schnauzers
This intelligent, fiercely loyal working breed thrives on having a job to do, whether it’s search and rescue, therapy work or just being your best friend.
Shetland Sheepdogs Shetland Sheepdogs
A sweet and charming dog, the Sheltie has acquired fans the world over because of his zest and energy for life. Some Sheltie enthusiasts say that this dog is a near-perfect canine companion.
Shih Tzu Shih Tzu
This Asian import sports a luxurious long coat and was originally breed to be a companion to people.
Siberian Huskies Siberian Huskies
Be prepared to offer these sled-pulling dogs lots of exercise and opportunities to work. They are high-energy and need lots of attention.
Weimaraners Weimaraners
These guys love to chase anything small – including your house cat – and go anywhere, be it a mud puddle, a lake, a pile of leaves. Best for high-energy families with older children, Weimaraners need confident owners capable of managing a large, strong dog.
Welsh Corgis Welsh Corgis
Discover the origins of these friendly, low-slung herders.
West Highland White Terriers West Highland White Terriers
Westies need lots of stimulation to keep their quick-thinking, sharp minds occupied, which make them terrific for active but gentle children and outgoing families.
Yorkshire Terriers Yorkshire Terriers
Yorkies are the darling divas of the dog world, preferring to be pampered by owners without children (they don’t want the extra competition!).
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