Experience Needed: Medium. You have to know how to trim hooves and measure out foods. Well you mostly need them smarts =]
Origin: Different for different breeds.
Diet: Grain, Hay, Oats, and WATER!
Temperament: Depends on the goat, but my two are the most loyal "dog" you can ever ask for.
Colors: Varies a lot!
Environment: Pasture, not an inside pet. Needs quite some space.
Family: Do well with little kids if they are used to the crying and screaming. The little kids gotta be brave and stick out a headbutt or two.
Additional Notes: Great pet! They ALWAYS, and I mean ALWAYS need a companion. They could/will become severely depressed if left alone.
Experience Needed: NOT recommended for first time dog owners. They can be stubborn, and requite a lot of time and training, and are known for their tenacity. They have a strong desire to please their owners. RESEARCH the breed and check out the breeders and parents of the pup before picking one.
Origin: 19th century Europe, technically.
Diet: A Good Quality kibble. BEAWARE of BLOAT. This is a big health concern to "deep chested" breeds and is fatal if not treated immediately.
Temperament: Loyal, loving, and lots of fun!
Colors: Just about any
Environment: Not a "small spaces" dog. Requires a lot of exercise and room to run.
Family: Excellent family dog, however, known to have a high prey drive (with enough work, they can and will share their bed with cats, and can be trained to even ignore chickens)
Health Issues: Pits are known for a higher than average incidence of hip dysplasia, as well as allergies, eye problems, and congenital heart defects.
Name: Miniature Poodle
Origin: Germany/France(no one really knows)
Size: higher then 10in shorter than 15in to the wither
personality: very smart, great family pet, loves to work
Grooming: needs daily grooming
UKC/AKC listing: for AKC its they're under non-sporting breed, for UKC they're gun dog
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