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Hi Eddie!I know that my husband and I told you that we didn't want to get the papers on him. We've changed our minds. He's show material we believe (and so does a lot of other people!) as a matter of fact, we took him to Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany just a few days ago and everyone wanted his picture....

Hi Mario,Me n my brother Vibhav got Kwein from europuppy last year.He seems to have settled well in India .We are sorry we couldn't send u his pics and update you earlier.We have named him VEER (means 'The Brave' in Hindi) .He's doing great and is one of the best things that ever happened to us.Thanks to you again.Here are...

Hi Steve, As promised, here are some photos of Angel, now named Sophie. She has settled in wonderfully with us, and with our other Maltese, Dusty, who we also bought from Europuppy two years ago. They have been playing together so well. Sophie visited the vet today and, unsurprisingly, was given a clean bill of health. The vet was very...

Dear Sandor,Hi. I bought a Havanese puppy (Enzo now Zeke) from you a year ago. He is doing very, very well and has turned out magnificently. I am attaching a picture of him so you can see for yourself.Take care,Julie

Amber Dawn Farrell

Hanau, Germany

Vibhav Yadav

Pradesh, India

Carlee Jean Brown

Doha, Qatar

Julie Pollock

Acworth, United States

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Portuguese Water Dogs were once working dogs that worked on the coast of Portugal. They herded fish into the nets; retrieved lost tackle or broken nets, and acted as couriers from ship to ship, or ship to shore. They worked not only in the warm Atlantic waters of Portugal but also the cold fishing waters off the coast of Iceland. In Portugal, the breed is called Cao d’Água (pronounced Kown-d’Ahgwa). Cao means dog, while de Água means of water.

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