Category Archives: Breed Specific

Saturday Survey: New Breeds for Westminster 2021

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If you’ve been following along, you may know that the new breeds for Westminster 2021 were recently announced.

Be honest, which of them were you familiar with? I’d heard of the Dogo Argentino, but wouldn’t necessarily recognize one.

Which of the new breeds had you heard of and could pick out of a lineup?

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Good day, and good dog!

New Breeds Announced for Westminster 2021

From The Dog Lady’s mailbag:

Three newly AKC-recognized breeds will join the 208 eligible breeds at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in 2021.

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The archetype water dog of France, the Barbet is a joyful, bright, and loyal companion. A rustic breed with roots as far back at the 16th century, this medium-sized dog locates, flushes, and retrieves birds. The Barbet will join the Sporting Group. Continue reading New Breeds Announced for Westminster 2021

Caught on Camera: African Wild Dogs

From our friends at Mongabay: African wild dogs are neither wolves nor dogs, even though they belong to the Canidae family. In fact, they have their own genus. Their biggest populations are in the open plains and sparse woodland of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania, and Mozambique.

Special thanks to the Peter Apps/Botswana Predator Conservation for sharing this footage with us. Every episode, Mongabay will bring you a new animal caught on Candid Animal Cam, so subscribe and hit the bell icon to make sure you never miss a camera trap video again!

And shout out to our writer and biologist Romi Castagnino, who hosted, produced and shot this video!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!