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For Bernese Mountain Dogs (BMD, aka "bernies"), the gentle giant of the canine world, the best web resources are
Poodles are getting more Web attention now:
On the net, there are many canine information pages such as rec.pets.dogs: French Bulldogs Breed FAQ, which is a USENET group of frequently asked questions (FAQ). The American Kennel Club (AKC) has a page, but canines.com and www.cyberpet.com are THE fun sites.
A great informative site is The Happy Puppy Site. This site has information about pure and mixed breed dogs, puppy search, puppy care, dog names, development changes in various breeds as puppies grow, training, lifetime expectancies, and more. New
For veterinary medical information on the Web, see
Grief counseling and resources for when a pet dies:
Finding a new puppy:
Interesting crossbred dogs satisfy almost any need.
Looking for a name? See the The Woof of Fame: 104 famous dogs that made us better
A dog's love is unconditional. Some dogs express themselves in poetry. People love dogs so much, they write jokes about them:
Shipping your pet by air?
Need someone to care for your pet while you are away? Get a pet sitter from the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters. If you plan to leave your dog in a kennel, check out the guidelines provided by Canis Major Publications
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