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German Shepherd Dams  
The German Shepherd Dog is one of America’s most popular dog breeds — for good reason. He’s an intelligent and capable working dog.  His devotion and courage are unmatched. And he’s amazingly versatile, excelling at most anything he’s trained to do: guide and assistance work for the handicapped, police and military service, herding, search and rescue, drug detection, competitive obedience and, last but not least, faithful companion.

black/tan ~ AKC

silver saddleback  ~ AKC

white ~ APRI

blk/cream ~ AKC

blk/tan ~  AKC

blk/red ~  AKC

white/ ~ AKC APRI 

blk/tan AKC

black ~  AKC

Labrador Retriever Dams
One of the nicest family dogs that you can find is the Labrador Retriever. This incredibly popular dog actually came from Newfoundland, helping fisherman catch loose fish. They were known to jump into the chilly water. Eventually, when British ships came to Labrador, the sailors brought the breed back home. Since the Brits needed dogs that were better at hunting rather than fishing, they bred the dogs with retriever breeds and eventually developed the dog we know and love today. Affectionately known as “Labs” these dogs are easy to train which is why they are the desired breed for families, police officers, people with disabilities, search and rescue organizations, and hunters.

yellow/white ~  AKC

yellow/white ~ AKC

yellow ~  AKC

black ~  AKC

Siberian Husky Dam

It is believed that the Siberian Husky originated from the Chukchi Tribe that lived off of the eastern peninsula of Siberia. In 1908, they were used in the All-Alaskan Sweepstakes, which was a dogsled race 408 miles long. In World War II, they also were put into service with the Army’s Artic Search and Rescue Unit.

The Siberian Husky was bred to be a sled dog in Northeast Asia, and are known for their eagerness to work as well as their impressive endurance. Their outgoing and agreeable personality make them a terrific dog all around as well as being ideal for sledding, therapy work and many other tasks. Having originated in colder climates, Siberian Huskies carry a thicker coat than most other dogs. It consists of a dense undercoat and a coarse, longer top coat. They come in all colors from pure white to black, with varied markings on their heads.

Very beautiful to look at and friendly to play with, the Siberian Husky is relatively easy to maintain. Even though their coats are quite thick, they only need to be brushed once a week. Owners must be able to provide a way to give them daily exercise.

Black/White  AKC 

Pomeranian Dams
The Pomeranian is truly the dog of royalty. Marie Antoinette, Queen Victoria, and Mozart all had Pomeranians in their families. Their Pomeranians were much larger, weighing close to 30 pounds. Queen Victoria is the one responsible for bringing down the size of these much-loved showboats. In 1888, they received their AKC recognition. The dogs are close relatives to the Samoyed and Alaskan Malamute, as well as other dogs in the Spitz family.

black/tan AKC ~ APRI ~ UABR

orange ~ AKC

orange parti ~ APRI

orange sable parti AKC

chocolate sable parti ~ AKC

black ~ AKC

black parti APRI

blue merle wtih tan markings ~ AKC

 blue merle parti ~ AKC

beaver APRI

Poodle Dams
red ~ AKC

white/apricot ~ APRI


Shih-Tuz Dams
red/brown parti w/black markings AKC ~ UABR

black/whtie parti APRI ~ UABR

black/white parti AKC ~ UABR

Orange parti~ UABR

black parti ~ APRI
black parti ~ APRI

chocolate parti ~ ACA

cream w/chocolate factor ~ AKC

Yorkshire Dam
black/gold AKC ~ APRI

blue/gold ~ APRI

blue/gold ~ APRI



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