TAMU ANSC 210 - Dog Breeds (3 pages)

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This lecture continued describing the rest of the top ten most popular dog breeds. The lecture also goes over the relationships between the AKC, Dog Breeds, and Dog Groups.


Lecture number:
3
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Ansc 210 - Companion Animal Science
Edition:
2

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ANSC 210 1nd Edition Lecture 3 Outline of Previous Lecture I II American Kennel Club a Breed Groups i Sporting ii Hounds iii Terrier iv Working v Toy vi Non Sporting vii Herding viii Miscellaneous Top Ten Most Popular Dog Breeds Outline of Current Lecture I II III Top Ten Most Popular Dog Breeds AKC Dog Groups and Dog Breeds Mixed Breed Dogs Current Lecture I Top Ten Most Popular Dog Breeds a Boxer working i German origin ii 21 25 inches iii 55 70 lbs iv Playful curious patient v Prone to hip dysplasia cardiomyopathy tumors relatively new vi Susceptible to cancer vii Can live to 14 years viii Easy to train ix Requires exercise x Short tail short coat b Poodle working i French German waterfowl retriever ii Three sizes These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II 1 Standard 15 inches 2 Miniature 10 15 inches 3 Toy 10 inches iii Smart fun proud iv Long lived 12 15 inches v Prone to cataracts vi Extremely trainable vii Requires grooming and exercise c Rottweiler steadily moving up working i War dog from Europe ii Very broad dog solid dog iii 22 27 inches iv Intelligent brace protective v Short lived hip dysplasia vi 75 90 lbs is normal short lifespan due to heavy muscled dogs vii Requires daily exercise but little grooming viii Black with tan points d Dachshund herding i German bred to hunter badgers ii Two sizes standard and miniature iii 3 coat types 1 Smooth 2 Wired 3 Long iv Lively spunky friendly v Long lived 12 15 inches vi Back injuries from jumping vii Can be very stubborn viii Independent thinkers ix Requires firm training x Requires exercise AKC Dog Groups and Dog Breeds a There are about 400 to 500 dog breeds b AKC only recognizes less than 200 breeds c Has started to allow mixed breeds in the performance sections d Common breeds that AKC does not recognize i Toy Australian Shepherds ii Staffordshire terriers iii Black Mouth Cur iv Catahoula e The



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