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  • Animal fancy [r]: Hobby involving interest in, and particularly devotion to, the keeping and or breeding of animals. [e]
  • Australian Silky Terrier [r]: A toy terrier of a breed developed from a cross between the Australian terrier and the Yorkshire terrier, characterized by long, silky, bluish-gray hair, tan markings, and erect ears. [e]
  • Breed club [r]: Societies dedicated to the breeding and welfare of a specific breed of purebred dog. [e]
  • Coat (animal) [r]: The pelage of a show animal or a garment design to protect an animal from harsh weather. [e]
  • Dog breeding [r]: The vocation of mating carefully selected specimens of the same dog breed in order to reproduce specific, consistently replicable qualities and characteristics. [e]
  • Dog breed [r]: A selectively-bred dog group with dependably similar and predictable characteristics. [e]
  • Dog colors [r]: Colour origins and characteristics of canines. [e]
  • Dog grooming [r]: the act of cleaning a dog's coat and external organs both for the sake of appearance and for the animal's health and hygiene. [e]
  • Dog [r]: Domesticated canine often kept as a pet or as a working animal and known as 'man's best friend'. [e]
  • Fox Terrier [r]: Small to medium-sized hunting terrier developed to rout fox and vermin. [e]
  • Jack Russell Terrier [r]: Small, tenacious and resourceful terrier originally developed as a hunting dog. [e]
  • Kennel club [r]: Society dedicated to the welfare of purebred dogs that sponsor trials and shows, and keep purebred registries. [e]
  • Maine Coon [r]: The oldest American breed of long-haired domestic cat. [e]
  • Maltese (dog) [r]: Breed of canine in the toy group, known for its silky white hair, descended from dogs originating in the central Mediterranean area. [e]
  • Miniature Fox Terrier [r]: A small Australian vermin-routing terrier, developed from 19th Century Fox Terriers and Fox Terrier types. [e]
  • Phalène [r]: A small and elegant but strong toy dog breed dating from at least the 16th Century; the original version of the Papillon. [e]
  • Race (biology) [r]: Inbreeding group marked by a pre-determined profile of latent factors of hereditary traits. [e]
  • Rottweiler [r]: A large breed of dog known for its great physical strength and strong protective instinct. [e]
  • Sexual dimorphism [r]: The physical differences that exist between males and females of a given species. [e]