Thursday, March 29, 2012

Purebred Breeders reviews why Stylish Carriers are More Than Accessories

We see them everyday, stylish bags and other kinds of "accessories" made to carry around dogs. They may seem a bit much to some people, but these do have a purpose for those who need them. Purebred Breeders reviews these carriers, slings, totes, and bags as an easy means of carrying dogs. They offer security, protection and convenience, which means they benefit both the owners and their pampered pooches. The best part is, they are not all designer brands, so they don't all cost a paw and a tail.

 Purebred Breeders reviews Dog Carriers

Purebred Breeders reviews the Benefits

Overall, it may seem weird to carry around a dog or puppy the way you would a baby, but those who use them see the benefits. Yes, we are in fact saying these are more than just accessories. Bear with us and imagine traveling with your dog while knowing that he or she is safe every step of the way. At the same time; your hands are free, and you do not have to slow down when already running late so that they won't have to scurry along at full speed. There are also less dangers to think about such as your pooch stepping on or into something, being stepped on, or even breaking free. So as far as Purebred Breeders reviews, there are a lot less worries, you get to move at your own pace, you have greater control over their movements, and both hands are free. These are just some of the things owners think about.

Choosing Carriers

There is a suitable carrier for everyone, no matter their taste or style. This is because they come in different styles, sizes, materials, colors, brands, and price ranges. When choosing, consider if it is the only one you will own. If so, you may want to opt for a model and color that will match whatever you wear, since these will definitely become a part of your ensemble. You can play around with colors, patterns and prints if you want, but more so if you will own more than one.

Make sure that 1) it is not too small or too big for your pooch; 2) the interior is soft and comfortable; 3) there are no red flags regarding the type of materials used to make it (also note any signs of irritation so you can spot allergies immediately) and 4) that it is sturdy enough for your dog and will actually keep it safe. Purebred Breeders reviews have allowed us to recommend that you check for buyer opinions where possible before purchasing a carrier since you want to ensure that you get quality for your money.

While Using A Carrier

It is unlikely that you will, but Purebred Breeders reviews suggest that you not leave your dog unattended in a carrier, tote, or bag for long periods. Also, do not take it for granted that he or she does not need attention simply because your pooch is in a sling. Carriers offer convenience however, they do not remove the need to check on your four-legged friend every now and again.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Purebred Breeders LLC| Popular Dogs of Past Royal Families

Dogs in royal history are easy to trace for the most part. Evidence of the love various royal families had for their pooches can be found in orders past on to servants, family portraits, personal notes, and even commissioned portraits of just their canine companions. Interestingly, no one breed has been exclusively favored. Instead, different members of each royal family have had their own preferences. Additionally, some preferences were made based on trends at the time. Journey with Purebred Breeders LLC as we look back at the British royal family and their dogs.

The Bonds of Loyalty and Friendship

We understand that there are other royal families who are as smitten with their canine companions as the British are. However, the British royal family has a such long history of interesting stories with their dogs. This is why Purebred Breeders LLC has chosen to focus on them.

Take the heart warming case of Queen Victoria and Noble for example. In 1887 she commemorated the loss of Noble, her loyal Collie, with a burial on the castle grounds. She also commissioned a personalized headstone in his honor with a poetic engraving
Then, having outlived his master, King Edward VII's Terrier named Caesar walked behind the king's coffin in the funeral procession. You will realize the honor in this if you consider the importance of the affair within its context.

Princess Margaret's refusal to have breakfast in bed without her two Sealyham Terriers makes an even more amusing story. The declaration is to believed to have been made in 1959 based on a newspaper report. The matter was considered so urgent that it was posted at both Windsor Castle and Clarence House. The message? Both dogs had to be brought in with her tray!

Even the current queen is known for her love of dogs, owning up to six at a time. In fact, it is said that she attempts to personally take care of her dogs as much as her duties allow. Her breeds of choice; the Corgi and Dorgi (a Dachsund/Corgi mix).

As responsible dog breeders Purebred Breeders LLC can see how even the most powerful people of their times can be so taken with their dogs. After all, they are loveable, entertaining and loyal. You just cannot help but to love them!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Purebred Breeders' Top 5 Interesting Guinness World Records For Dogs

It's no secret; dogs are entertaining, they are often brave, and they love our affection so much that many are willing to do just about anything for it. Anyone who needs proof of this will not have to search further than the internet, or even local television. However, if you want a list of some of the weirdest or most interesting dog “accomplishments” in history, you may want to take a look at the Guinness World Book of Records, under the “Dog” category. Purebred Breeders was tickled to see some of the titles won, and we think you will be too.

The Purebred Breeders' List

Can you walk down some steps (facing forward) with a glass of water on your nose or head? If your answer is yes, then you just outdid the Purebred Breeders team to join ranks with an Australian Shepherd and Border Collie mix named Sweet Pea. Sweet Pea earned the record for “most steps walked down by a dog facing forwards balancing a glass of water” on January 5, 2008. She went down 10 steps with a 10 oz glass of water at a dog show in Germany.

OK, so maybe the Purebred Breeders team is a little too taken with dogs balancing things, but we had to include Sweet Peas other quirky world record. She also holds the title of the “fastest 100m with a can balanced on head.” She earned this spot on September 3, 2008 after covering the 100 meter stretch in 2 min 55 sec.

The name Giant George is not an attempt by the owner to be cute. It is actually a literal classification for this Great Dame who currently holds two world titles: Tallest Dog Alive and Tallest Dog Ever. His size in proportion to his owner actually makes you stare, you just cannot help it. At a staggering 43 inches tall, Giant George snagged both titles on February 15 2010.

Maybe we are biased, but Purebred Breeders thinks a lot can be said about a 6.6lbs Chihuahua that made it onto the Japanese police force. If that isn't impressive enough, then how about this: she competed against German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers for the job. We thought so! Momo went on record as the “smallest working dog” on November 29 2010.

So what if you're the Frisbee champ in the neighborhood? You will never achieve Rose's status until you learn to catch six discs (one at a time), and hold them in your mouth all at once! Rose has held the record for “most flying discs (Frisbees) caught and held in the mouth by a dog” since 2010.

A search for “Dog” from the Guinness' homepage will bring you to a landing page with 24 results, and a link to view more. But only five made the Purebred Breeders' list. Feel free to explore the others on your own, and see what other interesting, amazing, and downright quirky things dogs have achieved over the years.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Purebred Breeders | Big Gifts for Pampered Pooches

Purebred Breeders knows our dogs, similar to the Seven Dwarfs, have their own distinct personalities.  You could have a Sleepy, a Doc, a Dopey, a Bashful, a Happy, a Sneezy or a Grumpy, or a combination of these.

This week Purebred Breeders reviews a different kind of dog with a big personality.  The pink-loving, pampered pooches that are the highlight of their owners' fabulous lives.

Here are some fun dog products for your fabulous dog:

This princess canopy dog bed would be wonderful for a tiny well-trained dog.  The cover is machine washable and removable.  Just remember the only concern is that your dog be old enough and well-trained so that it will not entertain itself with the dog bed cover by chewing and scratching it.

I Love Dogs Diamonds is a whole another ballpark for dog owners looking to spoil their dogs in a big, big expensive way.  The company is dedicated to providing pampered pooches with a collection of diamond collars.  The collars range in prices of $150,000 to over $3 million. 

Conchita known of the 'Most Pampered Dog in the World' is on a completely different scale still.  The Chihuahua, known to her family as 'The Boss' almost choked on her own Cartier necklace.  She has her own pink racing car bed, bathroom,TV and receives weekly manicures.  Even still, her owner, Gail Posner, spends over $10,000 a month on bags, bikinis, pearls, dresses and make-up for her pampered pooch.  Although, Purebred Breeders does not in any way encourage it, it may give some ideas to the fabulous owners of some of these pampered pooches.

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Purebred Breeders LLC | Dogs on Social Media

It is no doubt that there is an increasing trend in that more than just people are on Facebook now…and of course, Purebred Breeders LLC is talking about dogs! This infographic by Lab 42, a market research company, details some information about how much we include man’s best friend into some of the online social parts of our lives as well, for example, they found that 14% of the people included in the study had Facebook accounts for their dogs!

We know some of our puppies that have gone to permanent homes have Facebook accounts of their own, so Purebred Breeders LLC wants to know…Do you have a Facebook page for your dog?

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