Staffordshire Terriers are dogs that many people know by sight but maybe not by name. Affectionately called Staffies, some people could easily mistake them for a pitbull. Though the two are similar, Staffordshire Terriers are smaller in height and weight. Staffies also can have the beautiful brindle coat has has gained a lot of popularity over the years.
Good news: Prancer, the 13-pound gremlin Chihuahua who hates men and children, and was described as a “vessel for a traumatized Victorian child,” has been adopted – NPR
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One of the most popular breeds in the world (currently ranked at #4 by the AKC), the French Bulldog is an iconic city dog. Known for their portability, but perhaps more so their squished faces, Frenchies are a beautiful breed. While they are most often known to be a mix of black and white, these dogs can actually be bred in a variety of coat colors, including the delicately named Isabella French Bulldog.
(photo by Ted Van Pelt)
Most people have probably seen a merle Australian shepherd but not know what it really is. It’s an Australian shepherd. While other breeds may not be known for having merle dogs, the Australian shepherd standard is merle. It’s the array of colors admirers of this fluffy herding dog know by sight, if not by name.