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This series explores the many facets of man's best friend via commentary by animal experts, personal stories from dog owners and stylized photography.

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Irish Wolfhound; American Pit Bull Terrier; Gordon Setter; Silky Terrier.
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Basenji, Bullmastiff; Shetland Sheepdog; Coton de Tulear; Wonder Dogs, Great Pyrenees; American Eskimo.
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Meet the Komondor, Irish Water Spaniel, Samoyed, Shiba Inu, Wonder Dog, Greyhound and Rat Terrier.
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Meet the Kooikerhondje, Tibetan Mastif, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Leonberger, Affenpin, and the worlds largest and smallest dog meet.
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Australian Cattle Dog; Saluki; Norwich Terrier; Boykin Spaniel; Wonder Dog.
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Meet the black Russian terrier, Belgian malinois, black and tan coonhound and pointer.
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Meet unusual kinds of dogs like Barney, a droopy-eyed bluetick coonhound that works as Tennessee University's mascot; talented tracking dogs like the petit basset griffon.
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Meeting the pug, weimaraner, maltese, soft coated wheaten terrier, and akita.
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Discovering the bloodhound, Yorkshire terrier, Great Dane, shih tzu and Rhodesian ridgeback breeds.
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Meeting President Obama's puppy, Bo; a menagerie of "first dogs" who lived with the first families.
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Preparing a household for a new puppy; selecting the right puppy; basic biology of a dog.
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Facts and trivia about breeds that some would call ugly.
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Facts and trivia about Bernese mountain dogs, Afghan hounds, Portuguese water dogs, Cairn terriers and Alaskan malamutes.
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Fun facts and trivia about Australian shepherds, Xoloitzcuintlis, Korthals Griffons, Pekingese and Chesapeake Bay retriever.
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Facts and trivia about English sheepdogs, chow chows, toy fox terriers, Brittany spaniels, and miniature schnauzers.
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Facts and trivia about Dalmatians, Siberian huskies, German shorthaired pointers, Pomeranians and Havanese.
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Discovering the English bulldog, wire fox terrier, collie, and cavalier King Charles spaniel breeds.
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Doberman, westie, Irish setter, miniature pinscher, and whippet.
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Traits of the Jack Russell, golden retriever, Pembroke corgi, vizsla and German shepherd.
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Dog's eye view of the Newfoundland, bichon frise, dachshund, beagle and boxer.
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Facts about the puli, Thai ridgeback, Lagotto Romagnolo, Peruvian Inca orchid, New Guinea singing dog, and the Karelian bear dog.

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