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The History

Czaar Peter born on Jan 30, 1901
CH (ENG) Czaar Peter
Turkess (1884) AKR 001930 born on May 01, 1884
Turkess (1884) AKR 001930

Sample photo gallery

CH (Eng) Crown Prince (1880) KCSB 10544 - Dog:CH (Eng) Crown Prince (1880) KCSB 10544

1885 American Kennel Register article on Crown Prince's paternity and false pedigrees

1885 American Kennel Register1885 American Kennel RegisterCH Crown Prince (1884 artwork)CH Crown Prince (by courtesy, E.G. Oliver photo)

Articles

The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

When you decide to get a dog, you are doing so with the expectation that your new canine companion is going to be with you for many years to come. But how many years, exactly? This is something that all prospective pet owners would like to know. The average lifespan for a dog is about 12 years, but this fact by itself tells you very little. In reality, there are a number of variables that will help determine how long the newest member of your family is likely to be with you.

  • How to Successfully Adopt a Dog from a Rescue

    One of the kindest things any person can do is to adopt an animal from a shelter or humane society. These are animals that desperately need a home and human beings to love and care for them. However, if you have decided to adopt a dog from a rescue situation, you must go in with your eyes wide open.

  • The Importance of Socializing Your Dog

    The personality of a dog is flexible and indeterminate. Dogs can be exuberant or shy; friendly or hostile; fearful or bold; aggressive or passive or some combination of the above. These differences in personality may to some extent be determined by breed, or individual genetics, but for the most part it is based on how and to what extent each particular dog has been socialized.



 


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