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Otterhound – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Otterhound – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Otterhound Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1907 Lifespan: 10-13 years Size: Large Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 48" dog crate*  Return to the main Dog Crate Sizes Breed Chart. Table of contents Introduction Breed Appearance Nutrition Grooming Exercise Pet Crate Size Introduction Otterhounds originate from England as a scent hound. It is recognized by some kennel clubs as rare because only 600 Otterhounds still exist worldwide. So, expect to be put on a waiting list if you want to get one. Otterhounds are often stated as the dream dog. It has a Bulldog’s courage, a Pointer’s nose, the stamina of a...

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Old English Sheepdog – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Old English Sheepdog – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Old English Sheepdog Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1888 Lifespan: 10-12 years Size: Large Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 48" dog crate*  Return to the main Dog Crate Sizes Breed Chart. Table of contents Introduction Breed Appearance Nutrition Grooming Exercise Pet Crate Size Introduction The Old English Sheepdog is a large, athletic dog breed known for its coat with fur covering their face and eyes. They were used as a drover to help farmers drive sheep and cattle to market. Now they are more popular as family friends and show dogs. Old English sheepdogs were developed in the West of...

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Newfoundland – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Newfoundland – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Newfoundland Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1886 Lifespan: 9-10 years Size: Large Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 48" dog crate*  Return to the main Dog Crate Sizes Breed Chart. Table of contents Introduction Breed Appearance Nutrition Grooming Exercise Pet Crate Size Introduction The Newfoundland shares the same name of a province in Canada where they come from. The province is also the birthplace of the Labrador Retriever. Sharing the same birthplace means the Newfoundland has similarities to the Labrador Retriever in character, desire to please, strong work ethic, intelligence, adaptability, friendliness, and versatility. The Newfoundland is a giant dog which...

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Kuvasz – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Kuvasz – Fun Facts and Crate Size

Kuvasz Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1931 Lifespan: 10-12years Size: Large Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 48" dog crate*  Return to the main Dog Crate Sizes Breed Chart. Table of contents Introduction Breed Appearance Nutrition Grooming Exercise Pet Crate Size Introduction The Kuvasz is the descendant of a giant dog from ancient Tibet. They were originally bred to guard a flock of sheep which belonged to Hungarian shepherds. This dog breed still has relation to and resembles the Tatra Mountain Sheepdog and the Slovakian Shepherd dogs. The Kuvasz is known for their intelligence, loyalty, and fearlessness. They are an independent and...

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Komondor – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Komondor – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Komondor Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1937 Lifespan: 10-12 years Size: Large Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 48" dog crate*  Return to the main Dog Crate Sizes Breed Chart. Table of contents Introduction Breed Appearance Nutrition Grooming Exercise Pet Crate Size Introduction From its appearance, the Komondor may look like a giant mop with four legs. But beneath that moving mop, there is a big dog with a great personality. The Komondor was originally bred as a working dog to guard livestock. Due to their natural instinct as a guardian dog, they are highly protective and love to watch over...

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