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DOGS

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TOP 4 DOGS LIVING WITHIN
AUSTRALIA'S HOUSEHOLDS

References
Health and Up-keep:

Health: Staffies are known to suffer from Hereditary Cataracts and L-2-hydroxyglutaric aciduria which is a metabolic disorder which can cause behavioural changes within the dog. They can also suffer from Dementia.

Up-Keep: Staffies need fortnightly bathing and walked occasionally, however they are more than happy to be inside with the family, and lounging around.
They are an easy dog to have inside as they don’t shed much hair if any and can be easily housetrained.

Breeders:

There is a huge range of contacts for breeders of Staffy’s that you can find if you simply Google; Staffordshire Bull Terrier Breeders. Another way however, that you can find out about the best breeders within a certain area of Australia is to contact organisations, such as:
-Dogs NSW
-Dogs Victoria
-Dogs ACT
-Dogs SA

(Burkes Backyard,2004) (Dogs Online, 2013)
German Shepherd
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Background
image http://cdn.pedigreedatabase.com/pictures/1208.jpg
"1st" German Shepherd; Horand von Grafrath (Hektor Linksrhein)
Origin - Germany
Captain Max von Stephanitz is regarded as the first person to standardise the breed.
He spotted a dog "Hektor Linksrhein" in 1899 at a dog show, which he purchased and renamed "Horand von Grafrath" (pictured).
Horand was the first registered German Shepherd.
(Nova Scotia German Shepherd Dog Club,n.d)
Bred as herding sheep dogs, they were chosen for possessing these traits;
intelligence
speed
strength
sense of smell
Dogs that had these traits all differed between German localities so in the 1890's attempts were made to standardise these dog breeds.
(Wikipedia, 2013)
Temperament
German Shepherds are courageous, keen and fearless. They are also tranquil, obedient and eager to learn.
They are extremely loyal to their families and may be wary of strangers as they have a strong protective instinct.
If German Shepherds are badly trained and/or socialised they may become aggressive. They require obedience training from a young age and behave best with a calm but authoritative owner.
(Dog Breed Info Centre, 2013)


Upkeep and Health
German Shepherds require at least 20 minutes of high energy exercise per day,
(German Shepherd Rescue of
Sacramento Valley, 2013)

The "German Shedder" drops a lot of fur so regular grooming is suggested to keep it (and your premises) tidy.
(The Official German Shepherd Resource Guide, 2013)

They only require bathing when necessary, as too much can cause oil depletion and skin irritation.
Size range is between 55cm and 65cm with weight 35-40kg.
Life expectancy is about 13 years
(Dog Breed info Centre, 2013)
image; http://www.germanshepherddog.co.nz/images/gsdfun%5B1%5D.jpg
Top 10 health issues for the German Shepherd:
(Not necessarily in this order)
1. Cancer
2. Hip Dysplasia
3. Elbow Dysplasia
4. Bloat and Gastric Disorders
5. Heart Issues
6. Panosteitis
7. Eye Problems
8. Von Willebrands Disease
9. Epilepsy
10. Degenerative Myelopathy
(PRWeb, 2012)
image; http://www.gsdcqld.org.au/gsd.tv.watcher.jpg
video; YouTube, 2013
Breeders
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As with purchasing any pedigree animal, full background research on both breeder and dog is essential before choosing a new German Shepherd.
(dogs.about.com, 2013)

An extensive list of breeders in Australia and New Zealand can be found at this web page; https://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds/breeders/german-shepherd-dog.asp
Top 4 dogs were chosen from this site
australia's most popular dog breeds - Australian Geographic . 2013.australia's most popular dog breeds - Australian Geographic . [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/australias-most-popular-dog-breeds.htm. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

australia's most popular dog breeds - Australian Geographic . 2013.australia's most popular dog breeds - Australian Geographic . [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/view-image.htm?gid=12808&index=0. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2013.Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [ONLINE] Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staffordshire_Bull_Terrier. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Breeders, Australia. 2013. Staffordshire Bull Terrier Breeders, Australia. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds/breeders/staffordshire-bull-terrier.asp. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Breeders, Australia. 2013. Staffordshire Bull Terrier Breeders, Australia. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds/breeders/staffordshire-bull-terrier.asp. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

2013. . [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/2004/archives/2004/roadtests/dog_breeds/staffordshire_bull_terrier. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

2013. . [ONLINE] Available at:http://dzibeedpuppies.com/catalog/popup_image.php?pID=214&osCsid=0d94152b7ee0a64ec55a1134b67acfc8. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Puppies Pictures Photos Pics . 2013. Staffordshire Bull Terrier Puppies Pictures Photos Pics . [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.completedogsguide.com/dog-pictures/Staffordshire-Bull-Terrier-Puppies.html. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

Staffordshire Bull Terrier. 2013. Staffordshire Bull Terrier. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/staffordshire_bull_terrier/. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Review, New Dog Funny Pet Pictures | Dogs,Cats,Birds,Hamsters and More | petcollectionworld.com. 2013.Staffordshire Bull Terrier Review, New Dog Funny Pet Pictures | Dogs,Cats,Birds,Hamsters and More | petcollectionworld.com. [ONLINE] Available at: http://petcollectionworld.com/dog/staffordshire-bull-terrier-review/. [Accessed 13 September 2013].

German Shepherd;

The German Shepherd Dog, breed history. 2013. The German Shepherd Dog, breed history. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.nsgsdc.com/breedhistory.shtml. [Accessed 28 August 2013].
German Shepherd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2013. German Shepherd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [ONLINE] Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Shepherd. [Accessed 29 August 2013].

German Shepherd Dog Information and Pictures, German Shepherd Dogs. 2013. German Shepherd Dog Information and Pictures, German Shepherd Dogs. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/germanshepherd.htm. [Accessed 29 August 2013].
Litle girl 5 years playing with 14 german shepherds. - YouTube. 2013. Litle girl 5 years playing with 14 german shepherds. - YouTube. [ONLINE] Available at: [Accessed 29 August 2013].

Is a German Shepherd Dog the Right Breed for You?. 2013. Is a German Shepherd Dog the Right Breed for You?. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.gsrsv.org/RightBreed.htm. [Accessed 30 August 2013].
Top 10 German Shepherd Health Problems Published by thegermanshepherd.org . 2013. Top 10 German Shepherd Health Problems Published by thegermanshepherd.org . [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/10/prweb10058085.htm. [Accessed 30 August 2013].
German Shepherd | One Fury Canine. 2013. German Shepherd | One Fury Canine. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.thegermanshepherd.org/grooming-and-cleaning/one-fury-canine.html. [Accessed 30 August 2013].
German Shepherd Dog Information and Pictures, German Shepherd Dogs. 2013. German Shepherd Dog Information and Pictures, German Shepherd Dogs. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/germanshepherd.htm. [Accessed 30 August 2013].

Choosing a German Shepherd Puppy. 2013. Choosing a German Shepherd Puppy. [ONLINE] Available at: http://dogs.about.com/od/beforeyougetadog/a/GSD_puppy.htm. [Accessed 06 September 2013].

Calvalier King Charles Spaniel:
Images:

Lauren Hairston, 2011,Way back Wednesday, The past on a plate, 10 September 2013
http://www.thepastonaplate.com/2011_08_01_archive.html

Cute Puppies, 2010,Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dog Reviews, Blogger, 10 September 2013
http://cutepuppies-dog.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/cavalier-king-charles-spaniel-dog.html

Warren Photographic, Blenheim Cavalier King Charles Spaniel pup with Sandy Lionhead rabbit. 10 September 2013
http://www.warrenphotographic.co.uk/21760-cavalier-king-charles-spaniel-pup-and-rabbit

Wolf and Willow,2009, Nancy, Flickr Fun: Nancy plays nurse, Wolf and Willow September 10 2013
http://www.wolfandwillowblog.com/2009/12/flickr-fun-nancy-plays-nurse.html

Gravity Smiles, 2011, Aniel, baby, buddy, calalier, king Charles Spaniel, Cuddle, Gravitysmies.tumbler.com, September 10, 2013
http://favim.com/image/85208/

Burke’s Backyard, 1999, Pet Road Test,Cavalier breed, Burke's Backyard, August 23, 2013
http://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/factsheets/Dogs/Cavalier-King-Charles-Spaniel/1389


Dogz online 2013, The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel , Dogz online Pty Ltd, August 23 2013
http://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds/information/cavalier-king-charles-spaniel.asp


Purina, 2012, Become a Pet Owner, Purina, 23 August 2013
http://www.purina.com.au/owning-a-dog/dog-breeds/Cavalier-King-Charles-Spaniel

Pedigree 2011, Cavalier breed, Mars Incorporated, 23rd August 2013
http://www.pedigree.com.au/breeds/?b=48&p=c

Jamie - Staffordshire Bull Terrior
Grant - German Shepherd
Ericka - Cavelier King Charles Spaniel
Stacey - Labrador
Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Collaborated by;
Introduction
As a group we decided that dogs would be a good and interesting topic to choose, not only for ourselves but for the readers. It allowed us to have the multiple subtopics of Background, Temperament, Upkeep/Health and Breeders. Without having to go into too much detail, we could still supply enough information for the reader to have an understanding of what we were presenting. The themes were selected from "Top 4 Australian Household Dogs" as a sub population from the main population.
Staffy
Background:
Originated from England
Male’s weight ranges from around, 13 to 17kgs
Female’s weight ranges from around, 11 to 15.4kgs
Lifespan for a Staffordshire Bull Terrier: 12years

Staffies have a smooth coat which is rather short and close to the skin.
Colours: Red, fawn, white, black or blue. What is classed as blue is more of a darkish grey/black colour; they will also come with white patches also, mainly found on the chest of the dog and paws.

Temperament:
These dogs are very intelligent, also known for their fearlessness and their loyalty to their owners and dog companions.

(Wikipedia, 2013) (Burkes Backyard 2004)
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
The sources in this presentation were chosen from cited Wikipedia entries (with external links) plus the websites of official dog clubs or other professional dog websites which have contactable hosts and information which has been updated within the last 12 months.
Conclusion
We hope you now have a wider understanding of Dogs and in particular the Top 4 Australian Dogs.
They come in a dazzling array of shapes and sizes, temperaments and backgrounds but the one thing they all have in common is their popularity.
Whether or not you already have a dog it probably wont be long before you see any one or all of these 4 breeds as you go about your daily life.

Breeders
Known as a comfort dog rather than a pet, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel was named after King Charles II and was first recognised as a breed in the 1940’s after it was almost lost due to the popularity of the short nose breed. In 1996 the breed as we know today moved from a ‘miscellaneous’ category to the toy breed category because they grow 30 – 33cm and weigh around 5.5 to 8kgs
Background
Temperament
Very adaptable lap dogs which makes them great for families of all kinds, especially those with children and the elderly as they are easy to train, fun loving, get along with other pets and house break quickly.
Up Keep & Health
This breed has medium hair and although minimal grooming is required a weekly brush is recommended to ensure the coat is untangled and they don’t shed in the house at the end of winter. They do have a tendency to be overweight so care must be taken when feeding.
They are known to have issues associated with heart, slipping patella & progressive retina atrophy, otherwise this breed can happily live for 13-15 years.

Calvalier King Charles Spaniel's are very popular due to their nature so breeders can be easily found online on
dogzonline.com.au
Australia wide
Background
Kind, outgoing, gentle and intelligent breed
Loyal
Affectionate
Labs are the most popular family dog.
Temperament
Breeders
http://labvic.org.au/documents/RSPCAPuppyBuyerGuide.pdf
Follow this link and it will help you prevent the sale of puppies from puppy mills or irresponsible breeders, and ensure that your family are going to take home a healthy well adjusted bundle of joy.
Health and
up keep
Labradors are known for their obesity, so they require plenty of exercise each day otherwise they will become lazy.
Labradors are highly intelligent dogs. They need to be constantly surrounded with family including children or they can develop anxiety or disobedient behaviours.
Zeek is half blind in one eye
Labradors are known for eye conditions such as cataracts.
Labradors
Life span
10 to 12 years
Labs need regular vet checks, grooming, exercise, food portioning and to be kept busy. They are easily trained and will be a loyal pet.
Background and history
Orginated from Island of Newfound land
Avaliable in a variety of colours Yellow, black and brown
sizes : Male 57 to 62cm tall
29 to 36kg
Female 55 to 60cm tall
25kg - 32kg
Labradors are trained and used for guide dogs and help the police with detection with their working abilities
Yellow lab
Chocolate lab
Black lab
LABRADORS
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