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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...

HI Eddie I CANT TELL YOU HOW HAPPY WE ARE WITH OUR COLLIE! shes amazing. im sorry i didnt send you pics earlier. we named her GINGER. shes great and i cant tell you how thankful we are for your efforts to find our requested breed and make all the arrangements. i cant believe how smooth everything went! Attached are...

Hi Mario,Here is a picture of our beautiful Bolognese puppy "Daisy". She is an absolute joy and is so full of fun. She arrived at our home after a long flight to Qatar, and bounded out of her crate, tail wagging ready to play. She is so funny, she grabs her toys and runs like crazy around the room wanting...

Dear Sandor,Oh my...what can say. He is great and huge! When we picked him up, he was wagging his tail and he was so excited and just wanted to play. He has been running non-stop since we got home and finally settled down to sleep. Our other dog, Tanner (who was way more calm as a puppy) and him are...

Minna Tamminen

Helsinki, Finland

Rasha Bishara

Kuwait, Kuwait

Richard Leach

Doha, Qatar

Keith & Nicole Davis

Boston, United States

Acerca de Perro de Presa Canario Raza

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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