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Rottweiler

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About the Rottweiler

The Rottweiler is a muscular, courageous and devoted dog breed. Descended from Roman drover dogs, they were originally used to move and guide herds of the Roman army. Today, “Rotties” are still used as herding dogs, but are also trusted service dogs, guard dogs and companions.

Russell Terrier

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About the Russell Terrier

Bred to go to ground to hunt vermin, the Russell Terrier is a small, robust dog with a confident personality. The breed has three coat varieties: Smooth, Broken and Rough. Energetic, curious and playful, he is a good match for active families. The keen, intelligent Russell Terrier thrives on being outdoors and needs plenty of exercise and mental stimulation. His dense, weatherproof coat requires minimal grooming.

Russian Blue Cat Breed

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About the Russian Blue Cat Breed

The Russian Blue is gentle, quiet and even shy around strangers, but she’s affectionate and loyal toward her people. She’ll follow you around and even ride on your shoulder.

She can entertain herself while home alone but loves to play games of fetch with her people. You may also find her jumping and climbing so she can observe everything from above. If you need an alarm clock, this feline relies on routine and will wake you each morning so she doesn’t miss breakfast. She’s tolerant of children and other cat-friendly pets.

Saint Bernard

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About the Saint Bernard

A massive, powerful dog, the Saint Bernard was originally bred to rescue freezing, stranded travelers during snowstorms in Switzerland. The breed has two coat varieties: Shorthair and Longhair. He has a gentle temperament, making the noble, intelligent Saint Bernard a superb companion and devoted family dog. This breed drools heavily, and his coat sheds frequently, requiring regular grooming.

Saluki

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About the Saluki

An avid hunter with great strength and endurance, the Saluki is one of the oldest dog breeds. This sighthound originally was used by the Arabs to bring down gazelle. Graceful, independent and loving, the Saluki does best with daily exercise. Salukis can be coated, with feathering on the legs, or smooth. They shed little but need weekly brushing and occasional bathing.

Samoyed

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About the Samoyed

An ancient Siberian sledge dog bred to herd and guard reindeer, the Samoyed is characterized by his hefty, weather-resistant coat and signature smiling black lips. This working breed thrives on having a job to do. A perfect companion for families with children, he is kind, gentle and devoted. The highly intelligent, active Samoyed needs daily exercise and will retain his puppy-like playfulness throughout his lifetime.

Savannah Cat Breed

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About the Savannah Cat Breed

The Savannah Cat’s personality is playful, adventurous and loyal. Unlike most cats, she loves to play in water and can even be trained to walk on a leash and play fetch. Don’t be fooled by her dog-like personality, though.

Savannah Cats have strong hunting instincts, so they aren’t always suitable for households with pets like fish, hamsters, and birds. Her temperament is mild, though, so she’s a great companion to other cats and dogs, children and other humans in her home with proper socialization as a kitten.

Schipperke

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About the Schipperke

Curious, confident and faithful, the Schipperke originated in the Flemish provinces of Belgium. Protective of family and property, the breed is an excellent house dog with a fondness for children. An active breed, the Schipperke benefits from obedience classes and should receive regular exercise. The Schipperke’s harsh coat sheds several times a year but needs only weekly brushing and an occasional bath.

Scottish Deerhound

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About the Scottish Deerhound

An outstanding hunter, the dignified Scottish Deerhound is a lofty, slender sighthound developed in the 16th and 17th centuries. He is gentle and loving with his human family, yet fearless and determined while hunting in the field. This agile, athletic breed needs frequent leash walks or exercise in a fenced area. The Scottish Deerhound’s harsh coat requires minimal brushing and occasional bathing.

Scottish Fold Cat Breed

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About the Scottish Fold Cat Breed

The smart and friendly Scottish Fold loves playing with challenging, puzzling toys to test her intelligence. She also loves human interaction with her people and loves attention. Scottish Folds prefer the company of their humans or other cats (or cat-friendly dogs), rather than being left alone for hours at a time.

You may find this outgoing feline perched in strange postures, like lying flat on the floor with her legs splayed out, on her hind legs, sitting up like a meerkat or lying on her back, paws in the air.

Scottish Terrier

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About the Scottish Terrier

Affectionately called the “Scottie,” the Scottish Terrier is a compact, sturdy vermin hunter noted for having short legs and a shaggy beard. Charming and gentle, he takes pride in being a beloved pet and loves to be near his human companions. The playful, spirited Scottish Terrier needs plenty of leashed walks or fenced exercise. His hard, dense coat requires brushing twice a week and clipping every other month.

Sealyham Terrier

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About the Sealyham Terrier

Bred to hunt badger, otter and fox, the Sealyham Terrier is a proud, determined dog with a compact, sturdy body distinguished by his bushy beard and mustache. This cheerful, charming breed has an unexpected loud bark for a small dog. Although less energetic than other terriers, the Sealyham Terrier requires daily brisk walks. His lightly shedding, wiry coat needs to be brushed twice a week and trimmed once a month.