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The most famous dog breeds that are from Canada:

Labrador Retriever. This dog breed are most famous in few country�s of the world-Canada, Great Britain and United States of America. This variety is also widely used by police and other official bodies. Labradors are athletic, playful, loves to swim, it is extremely gentle with young children may not only be good companions for older people, but disciplined guard dogs. Labrador retrievers are easy to train, in addition to have a great patience and adaptability to different living conditions. The exclusive feature of the breed - webbed feet adapted for swimming. Labrador Retriever - is strongly built, medium-sized, energetic dog. Athletic body, tight waist and firm. Chest rounded ribs, broad and deep. This is a very active dog, regardless of its size, easily and freely moving. Due to the composition and health this dog can hunt for a long time in the fields, marshes, brings the birds in any condition. According to the character and temperament to be - a companion dog - the therapist. Data on physical and intellectual abilities as well as gambling character indicates that the retriever was bred for hunting, and a steady temperament suited to use in the various work areas.

Newfoundland. This is a patient dog, mild with guests and humble for masters. It is a stately, calm, noble and trusted for its gentle temperament. He deserves respect and extremely peaceful. Very loyal. A good and brave. Quite clever and independent. Watchful, tend not to growl or bark, and squeeze between the host and the intruder, obscuring family with his body. He cam attack only if defense of their own. Newfoundland Recognize dangerous situations and begin to act if someone is threatened by his family. Another dog, another animal, a child or a visitor who does not have a bad intens will be pleasantly greeted. Newfoundland really good dogs for dogs therapy classes. Patient, playful and extremely loving children - Newfoundland is a babysitter! Very responsible, constantly caring for small children. Where to go for your child, he will follow, Newfoundland, because it has an inherent child protection instincts. These dogs are great, and feels that it manages its size and strength, is enough to maneuver and try not to hurt your little friend. Probably, this is one of the few dogs, which can be fully trusted.

Canadian Eskimo dog. This dog breed is an Arctic breed of working dog, which is often considered to be one of North America's oldest and rarest remaining purebred indigenous domestic canines. . Although once used as the preferred method of transportation by Inuit in the Canadian Arctic, traditional working dog teams became increasingly rare in the North after the 1960s. This is often cited a result of snowmobiles becoming more popular, however it may also be the result of the alleged organized and systematic mass slaughter of Inuit the Canadian Eskimo Dog's temperament reflects its original work and environment. It is loyal, tough, brave, intelligent, and alert. It is affectionate and gentle, and develops a deep bond with its owner and is intensely loyal. When used as sled dogs, they were often required to forage and hunt for their own food. Consequently. Owing to their original environment, they take pure delight in cold weather, often preferring to sleep outside in cold climates. Like most Spitz breeds they can be very vocal.

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