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The Labrador Retriever is one of the most beloved quadrupeds in the world - and it was even voted the favorite breed in the USA.

Even though they are one of the most widespread breeds in the world, not many know the region where Labrador originally appeared or when they almost disappeared completely from Earth.


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Labrador Retriever dogs appeared in Newfoundland, Canada. Initially, they were called St. John's dogs and, over time, they have evolved to have traits appreciated by people, such as sociability and unique athletic abilities.


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In the 1800s, families in Nwefoundland were required to pay a fee if they had dogs and could not own more than one quadruped. Locals paid a higher fee for females, so many breeders preferred males.


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Fortunately, the breed became extremely popular in the United Kingdom, so the Labrador Retriever population continued to grow in that country.


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Labrador fur allows them to be exceptional swimmers, even in low temperatures. In the past, Labradors have been bred to help fish, so it's no wonder that the love of water has been encouraged by owners over time and helped the breed evolve in this direction.


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Even though black, chocolate and yellow / gold Labradors are the best known, there is also silver Labrador, which is actually gray. There is also red Labrador, which has brown-red fur.


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In the past, Labradors helped fishermen, which is why they have adapted so well to the water, but their athletic abilities help them to be useful in many other activities.


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Labradors get along well with children, but also with other pets. He is very loyal and loving to his master.


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Being very intelligent, resilient and with sharp senses, Labrador is the most used breed in the police, rescue teams or in assistance programs for people with disabilities and other needs.


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The Yorkshire Terrier is a small puppy but with a "big" personality, a cheerful and loving companion. The most popular toy breed, the Yorkie, has won many fans for its devotion to its owners, its elegant appearance and its fact that it is a breed very adapted to living in the apartment.


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The Yorkshire Terrier is a small puppy but with a "great" personality, a cheerful and loving companion. The most popular toy breed, "Yorkie", has won many fans due to the devouring for the owners, the elegant appearance and the fact that it is a breed very adapted to life in the apartment.


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The Yorkshire Terrier, nicknamed "Yorkie", seems to be very satisfied of himself, and rightly so! With its long and silky fur, with the rough head at the top, the Yorkshire Terrier is one of the brightest representatives of the canine world, which definitely attracts attention, wherever it is.


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Because he is so small, he often receives "royal" treatment from his masters. The long fur, of a metallic blue or reddish brown is the mark of the glory of this breed, but what makes it so precious is its personality. If we ignore its small size, the Yorkshire Terrier is a large dog in a small body, it is always looking for adventure and even looking for small scandals.


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They are very devoted to their owners as befits a pet puppy, but they also have a trait specific to terriers, sometimes being very suspicious when it comes to strangers and will bark at the sound of strangers or intruders. In order not to disturb the neighbors, it is good to temper their exuberance and tendency to bark and to teach them when it is indicated and when it is not indicated to bark.


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They can become aggressive with other dogs, no squirrel is safe around them. Contrary to their courage and daring, they also have a more tender side. They need a lot of attention and want to spend as much time as possible with their family.


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It is not advisable to leave him alone for a long time. However, it is not a good idea to protect it excessively; they will be very receptive to your moods and the emotions you convey, and if your attitude tells them that the world is a dangerous place, they can easily become neurotic.


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Because "Yorkie" is a small puppy, it is advisable to leave them near older children who know that they should be respected and should not be left near very young children because Yorkie may react if they scare or tease him.


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Yorkie is a perfect apartment dog as long as you offer him the portion of daily movement, namely a healthy play game in the living room or a walk around the block.


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No matter where they live, Yorkie will get along with the other pets as long as they grew up with them. If a new pet is brought into the home of a Yorkie, when it is already mature, it can become possessive with space and its owners.


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Being Terriers, they can provoke the "intruder", and if a fight breaks out, the Terrier's spirit will come out, which means he will fight to the death. You have to be very careful when introducing a Yorkie to a new animal.


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Characteristic for this breed are: its lush fur, its small size, its cheerful personality and its perfect devotion to its owners. You still have questions about why this breed is the second most popular breed in the United States today.


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Tiny York Terrier puppy

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Even though it is small, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi dog has a very strong personality. Used from the beginning as dogs that drove herds and hunt rodents in Pembrokeshire, Corgi are reliable dogs who took their work seriously.


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 Today, the Corgi dog is still used in farm work, but it is also an appreciated and loved pet. They do very well with other animals, are trustworthy guard dogs and can be left in the presence of children.


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Even though he shows a lot of independence, the Corgi dog has a continuous desire to please people. They can show strong and varied personalities, from those who are always on the lookout, to those who are always looking for attention, who are always introspective and thoughtful.


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Like many other breeds of working dogs, these dogs like to be busy all the time, to have something to do. They are able to excel in agility training and can perform complex commands.


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Being farm dogs, Corgi are also excellent guard dogs. They will bark as soon as they notice an unwanted guest, either human or animal. Barking can become a problem over time, which is why it is advisable to train it from an early age in this regard.


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Socialization is very important, because a Corgi dog must get used to seeing people, otherwise he will always want to bite. They will bark even if they are left alone for long periods of time.


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Once they have established a connection with children, Corgi dogs can show that they are the leader and will try to guide the children all the time.


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Corgi dogs have become famous thanks to Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who does not leave them even when travelling. The fluffy quadrupeds also appear in a short film, which was released at the opening of the 2012 Olympic Games.


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The first Corgi dog to reach the residence of the British Royal Family was the Dookie, in 1933. King George VI, the father of the current Queen Elizabeth, brought Dookie. Elizabeth was 10 years old then.


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At the age of 18, Princess Elizabeth received her own dog of the same breed as a gift: a puppy named Susan. Since then, Corgi have appeared in official photographs of the British Royal House. The British press noted that the Queen used to take her four-legged friends on trips as well. After Queen Elizabeth I died in 2002, the current Queen, Elizabeth II, took her mother's dogs and cared for them as if they were her own.


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Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain had, during her reign so far, about 30 Cogi dogs.


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12.The cuttest Corgi ever


13.Enjoying the owner presence


14.A Corgi enjoying cuddles


15.A Corgi flower between flowers


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17.Maybe some treats?


18.City escapes with Corgi


19.Smile, Corgi!


20.Playful Corgi puppy


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