DogDoesNOTToleratesOtherPets

Dogs that do not tolerate other pets.

The Rafeiro do Alentejo Dog Breed

The Rafeiro do Alentejo is an excellent farm and estate watchdog which originated from Portuguese. Breeders named it for its area of origin, the Alentejo region of southern Portugal. Farmers consider this dog to be a very useful livestock protector. The are more vigilant at night and very serious when guarding territory or any other …

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The Portuguese Pointer Dog Breed

Hailing from the country of Portugal, the Portuguese Pointer was nearly extinct! It’s a medium sized dog with a lot of energy. Breeders consider these to be a breed of gundog. His exceptional hunting and social abilities makes him a very good companion for hunters. Aside of being a hunting or working breed, they also …

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The Segugio Italiano Dog Breed

Owners know the Segugio Italiano breed for its responsive, intelligent, and calm demeanor. This breed is an ancient breed which traces its origin in Italy. The Segugio Italiano is a large dog which can weight 40-60 pounds upon reaching adulthood. This breed socializes with people which makes it ideal as a family pet in some …

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The Hanoverian Scenthound Dog Breed

Hanoverian Scenthound originated in Germany, this type of dog is a loyal, independent and calm type of breed. By its origin, this dog has various types of names such as Hanoverian Hound, Hanoverian Scent Dog, and Hannoverscher Schweisshund. Breeders preserved The Hanoverian Scenthound in the hunting region of Hannover. Registered in 1894, the Verein Hirschmann …

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The American Leopard Hound Dog Breed

The American Leopard Hounds are medium-sized dogs ranging in height around 21-27 inches. They are high-energy, intelligent, and naturally hunting dogs. The American Leopard Hound were known as the Leopard Cur or Leopard Cur dog in 1988 but years after it was officially changed. People believed this breed existed hundred of years ago but its …

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