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The Greenland Dog: The Ancient Sled Dog Of The Vikings And Inuits

When thinking of dogs that look like wolves, one would be remiss not to mention the powerful Greenland dog. Although not a wolf-dog like the Czechoslovakian Vclak, these sled dogs are so ancient and unchanged through millennia that to see one is to glimpse a part of ancient human history.

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Teacup Bichon Frise: A Mini Bichon Frise with a Big Personality

The Teacup Bichon Frise is a miniature version of the normal Bichon Frise. An adorable ball of fluff with a huge personality, it can weigh four pounds or less when full grown. This miniature Bichon can make an excellent companion; however, some concerns do come with the breed.

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Shepherd Pei: The German Shepherd Shar-Pei Mix

The German Shar-Pei, also called the Shepherd Pei, is a German Shepherd Dog mixed with a Chinese Shar-Pei. This Shar-Pei and German Shepherd mix is a courageous, confident, and loyal companion, but his watchful instincts mean he may need an experienced owner to shape him into the ideal pet as he grows.

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Teacup Havanese: The Bite-Sized Companion

The Teacup Havanese, or the miniature Havanese, is a big-eyed puffball bred to be an even smaller version of the Havanese. Cute as a button, the mini Havanese puppy is irresistible to even the hardest of hearts. Despite this, the mini Havanese may have health and ethical issues that require investigation before you bring one of these into your home.

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The Tamaskan Wolf Dog – Perfect For Active Owners

To many who hear the name, the first question that comes to mind is “what is a Tamaskan?”. The Tamaskan dog is a wolf-like dog breed and an offshoot of Northern Inuit Dog, which is also bred to look like a wolf. The Northern Inuits are famous as the dogs used to play the dire wolves in Game of Thrones. In fact, some Tamaskan puppies are the spitting image of wolf puppies!

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The Czechoslovakian Wolfdog or Vlcak: A Military Experiment Gone Right

Courageous, fearless, and strong-willed, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, Czechoslovakian Vlcak (CSV), is not a dog for the fainthearted or inexperienced. A wolfdog derived from mixing the German Shepherd with the Carpathian Wolf, it is one of the dogs that looks the most like a real wolf.

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The Shiloh Shepherd: The Gentle Giant of the Shepherd World

Although the Shiloh Shepherd Dog looks like a giant German Shepherd, much of their gene pool is, in fact, far removed from the Shepherd Dog line. Shilohs are indeed impressive and striking dogs in both size and looks. But, they are bred to have a heart of gold and make excellent family dogs and therapy dogs.

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Canadian Eskimo Dog: Sleds Dogs and Hunting Companions To the Inuits

The Canadian Eskimo Dog is one of the most iconic Arctic breeds. Often generalized as ‘huskies,’ it is actually a distinct landrace with a heritage spanning millennia. Since there is some confusion around the various arctic and subarctic breeds, you may be wondering, ‘what does a Canadian Eskimo Dog look like?’ And the answer to that is something between a husky and a wolf.

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The Taigan Dog: A Watchdog Turned National Treasure

The Taigan dog is native to Kyrgyzstan, where it is a highly prized national treasure.

The Kyrgyz people are secretive and guarded about their best dogs. So much so that if you are looking for a Taigan dog for sale, you need to gain the respect of village intermediaries just to be shown a dog.

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The Giant King Shepherd – German Shepherd In A Bigger Package

The King Shepherd is a giant dog bred to be a working guardian, watchdog, and loyal companion. This breed originated in the Shiloh and German Shepherd Dog, but with the King, a shepherd dog was created to be healthier, sturdier, and more even-tempered than its GSD ancestors.

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Is the Alaskan Noble Companion Dog (ANCD) a Good Pet?

The Alaskan Noble Companion or ANCD is undoubtedly a beautiful animal with enigmatic pale eyes and a rangy, tall build. Considered a wolf-like dog breed, this stunning dog has attracted interest as more people have become attracted to dogs with the signature dire wolf looks such as the Northern Inuit Dog or the Tamaskan.

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Saint Bermastiff: The St. Bernard Bullmastiff Mix

The St. Bernard Bullmastiff mix, or the Saint Bermastiff, is a giant, slobbery ball of love. It may be the size of a tank, but it has the heart of a lapdog. The designer dog craze started in the 1950s with the Cockapoo, reaching the height of their popularity with the Doodles. Still, new and exciting mixed breeds such as the Saint Bermastiff are increasingly common.

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Alaskan Shepherd: The Alaskan Malamute German Shepherd Mix

The Alaskan Malamute German Shepherd mix, also known as the Alaskan Shepherd, is a large wolf-like dog that combines the German Shepherd’s intelligence and courage with the strength and imposing build of the Malamute. Designed to turn heads, these dogs make loving and devoted companions at home.

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The Deer Head Chihuahua: Descendent of the Techichi Dog

The Deer Head Chihuahua is one of two types of Chihuahua; namely, the Deer Head and the Apple Head. While only the Apple Head is accepted by the AKC for show dog purposes, the Deer Head is still quite common. It is also a purebred Chihuahua that dates back as far as the Apple Head.

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Teacup Min Pin: The Bold Miniature Pinscher

The Teacup Min Pin is the latest teacup version of the toy Miniature Pinscher. Sometimes called micro-dogs or pocket-sized dogs, Teacup Miniature Pinschers are bred to sit neatly in a teacup or a flashy designer handbag and are usually the most adorable big-eyed puppies that could fit in the palm of your hand.

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