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Words from our Happy Dog Owners all over the World

Hello Eddie,I'm writing to let you know Anton is doing FANTASTIC!! I have had him for a week now and i'm truly amazed how intelligent/obedient he is. He already knows "come", "sit", "down", "heel" and "shake". He enjoys training a lot but it is also very challenging since Anton is very stubborn, you can't make him do something if he...

Hello, Marvins name is now Leccare. He is fun, loving and energetic! He is loved by his 2 brothers and mom and dad. He just got a puppy brother that is also just turned 2. I have attached some pictures for you.

Yes, I’m really happy with my Buzzy (his new name). He is great and I am so happy to have him. He is so friendly and sociable. It's so much fun to be his mummy. Sincerely, Kristina

Hi Eddie,Sorry for the delay! Drake is doing fine and my daughter really adores him.He is still a little confused, but he is settling in. I have attached three pictures and will forward more when the chance arises.Best Regards,George

Minna Tamminen

Helsinki, Finland

Frank Fontes

Genthod, Switzerland

Kristina Bakeeva

Berlin, Germany

George Nackley

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

About Canary Dog Breed

The Canary Dog or Presa Canario ancestry probably includes the now extinct naive and indigenous Bardino Majero, crossed with imported English Mastiffs. It was developed in the Canary Islands in the 1800’s specifically for dog fighting.

At one time dog fighting was a common and popular entertainment in most European countries, and breeds were developed specially for their tenacity and endurance. In some countries, such as Ireland, fights were staged in open fields, but more often, as was the case in the Canary Islands, fighting took place in rings or pits.

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