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Till today, our readers have asked several questions regarding dogs on this blog; some are informative, funny, or even weird. Now, we have decided to write an article to cover all of them which would be helpful for our new reader as well. If you found even one of them relatable, don’t forget to leave a comment.

Q1. What dog looks like a mop?

A. Komondor /Hungarian sheepdog

The Komondor is a large muscular purebred dog. Their original location is in Hungary. They are intelligent and natural guardians. They need a daily walk. Swimming should be avoided. Their coat is thick, corded, and white with a 20-27 cm length, the widest among canines.

It takes around two years for a fully mature coat to emerge, with the soft undercoat and coarser outer coat combining to form tassels or cords. Some assistance is required in separating the cords so that the dog does not become a giant matted tangle. As the coat expands, the length of the cords increases.

Contrary to popular belief, this breed has very little molting (once cords are fully formed). Komondor usually takes a bath 2-4 times in a whole year because the coat takes two and half days to dry. Their barking level is moderate. Their drooling tendency is low. Komondor are low shedders. They require a great deal of grooming. Their potential to bite is low.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 16 inches and 70-80 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 28 inches and 80-100 pounds.

Life span: 10-12 years.

Litter size: 3-10 puppies.

Gestational length: 63-65 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: They eat 3-4 cups of high-quality dog food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Bloat and Entropion (The deformity of the eyelid), Obesity, Dermatitis, Juvenile Cataracts, and Dental Abnormalities.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Many dogs also look like a mop. Such as,

  1. Puli
  2. Bergamasco
  3. Spanish Water Dog
  4. Poodle

Q2. What dog looks like a bear?

A. Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff.

Tibetan mastiffs are a massive breed of Tibetan dog. It is one of the world’s oldest breeds. They come in various colors, including brown, chocolate, liver gold, yellow, black, blue, and grey. They feature a medium-length double coat with a double coat. They are seasonal shedders that shed light seldom (1-2 times per year).

They serve as protectors of both people and property. They have the ability to take their responsibilities very seriously. Their barking is rather loud. They have a low tendency for drooling. They require standard grooming. Their potential to bite is moderate.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 24 inches and 70-120 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 26 inches and 90-150 pounds.

Life span: 10-12 years.

Litter size: 6-12 puppies.

Gestational length: almost63 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 6 to 8 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Elbow and Hip Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism, Blindness, Cataracts, Bleeding Disorders, Epilepsy, Allergies and Mange.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

There are many other dogs that look like a bear. Such as

  1. Akita/Silent hunter.
  2. Great Pyrenees.
  3. Samoyed.

Q3. What dog looks like a teddy bear

A. Chow Chow/Puffy Lion Dogs

Chow-Chow-Puffy-Lion-Dogs

Chow Chows have a feline demeanor. Chows are intelligent dogs, but they can be difficult to teach. Chows can have rough or smooth red, black, blue, cinnamon, or cream coats. The coat is short to medium in length. They were shedding profusely. They’re utilized for a variety of tasks, including hauling, hunting, and protection. Their barking isn’t very loud. Their inclination to drool is mild. They necessitate a lot of grooming. Its potential to bite is moderate.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 18 inches and 45-70 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 19 inches and 45-70 pounds.

Life span: 10-12 years.

Litter size: 4-7 puppies.

Gestational length: 57-65 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 2 – 2 3/4 cups of a high-quality dog food that should divided into twomeals.

Common diseases: Wobbler Disease, Pemphigus foliaceus (An Auto Immune skin disease), Heart diseases, Hypothyroidism, Elbow and Hip Dysplasia, and Eye problems.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

There are many dogs that look like teddy bears. Such as,

  1. Cavapoo.
  2. Shih-Poo Teddy Bear Dog.
  3. Pomeranian Teddy Bear dog.

Q4. What dog looks like a German shepherd?

A. Belgian Malinois

Belgian-Malinois

Belgian Malinois are pure breed dogs. They look like a German Shepherd at first glance. They are fawn-colored, red, or brown. They have a double coat with rough fur. They are guard and draft dogs. They are highly intelligent and brave dogs. They also work in military and drugs detection agencies. During World War II, they were used. They are quick learners. Their drooling level is less. Their barking level is high. Their drooling tendency is low. Their running speed is 30 mph. They are constant shedders and they shed heavily twice a year. They require a moderate amount of grooming. Their potential to bite is low.

Height and weight of an adult female dog are 22-24 inches and 40-60 pounds.

Height and weight of an adult male dog are 24-26 inches and 60-80 pounds.

Life span: 14-16 years.

Litter size: 6-10 puppies.

Gestational length: 71-90 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 2 to 3 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Epilepsy, Bloat, Hypothyroidism and Obesity.

Bite force: 100-200 PSI.

There are many dogs that look like a German Shepherd. Such as,

  1. King Shepherd.
  2. Dutch Shepherd.
  3. Shiloh Shepherd.

Q5. What dog looks like a fox?

A. Shiba Inu

Shiba-Inu

Shiba Inu are purebred dogs. Shiba is “brushwood,” while Inu is “dog.” They were used to hunt bears and birds in the wild. They have a cat-like vitality, a vibrant attitude, and short erect ears. They are alert and bold dogs. They are fiercely protective of their stuff, which includes toys, food, and their environment. They are a loyal breed, although they can be tough to train. They have a double coat. They shed in a moderate amount. They come in a variety of coat colors, including red, cream, black, and white. Their barking is typically low, but when they do, their voice is keen and clear, and they have a mild drooling inclination. The Shiba Inu is a breed that requires little upkeep. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 13.5-15.5 inches and 17 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 14.5-16.5 inches and 23 pounds.

Life span: 13-16 years.

Litter size: 3 puppies.

Gestational length: 63 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1/2 to 1.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Hip Dysplasia, Patellar Luxation, Glaucoma, Tail Chasing/Spinning, and Hypothyroidism.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

There are some breeds that look like a fox. Such as,

  1. Finnish Spitz.
  2. Icelandic Sheepdog.
  3. Akita Inu.

Q6. What dog looks like a wolf?

A. Siberian Husky

Siberian-Husky

The Siberian Husky is a purebred dog with almond-shaped eyes that can be brown or blue in color. They’re built to carry light loads. They feature a medium coat length and a double coat. They have a lot of energy and are quite talkative. They have a mild doggy odor and are naturally clean. They shed a lot of hair. The volume of their barking is moderate. They have a low proclivity for drooling. They need to be groomed on a regular basis. Their ability to bite is limited.

Height and weight of female dog is 21 inches and 35-50 pounds.

Height and weight of male dog is 23 inches and 45 pounds.

Life span: 11-13 years.

Litter size: 4-6 puppies.

Gestational length: 63 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 2.5 to 3 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Corneal Dystrophy, Uveo dermatologic Syndrome, Follicular Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism and Cataracts.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

There are many breeds that look like a wolf. Such as,

  1. Alaskan Malamutes.
  2. Czechoslovakian Wolfdog.
  3. Kugsha

Q7. What dog breed is Scooby-doo?

A. Great Dane/German Mastiff

Great-Dane-German-Mastiff

The Great Dane is a breed that is exceedingly calm and quiet. They have a huge body with solid muscles. They are vivacious and sociable. They’re simple to train. They come in a variety of colors, including black, fawn, mantle, harlequin, and blue. The texture of their coat is smooth, and the length of their coat is short. They shed light fairly moderately. Their barking isn’t very loud. Their proclivity for drooling is considerable. They don’t require much grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 28-30 inches and 110-140 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 30-32 inches and 140-175 pounds.

Life span: 7-10 years.

Litter size: 8 puppies.

Gestational length: 63 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 8 to 10 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals

Common diseases: Cardiomyopathy, Hip Dysplasia, Osteosarcoma, Cataracts, and Epilepsy.

Bite force: above 400 PSI.

Q8. What dog is snoopy?

A. Beagle dog

Beagle-dog

Beagles dogs are energetic, loving, intelligent loyal, and musical. They are a small to medium size breed. They have a great sense of smell. They are a double-coated breed having smooth and short coat length. They are moderate shedders. They are mostly used for rabbit hunting. Their colors are Lemon & White, Tri-color, White & Tan, White & Chocolate, Orange & White, Chocolate Tri, Red & White. Their barking level is high. Their drooling tendency is low. They don’t require much grooming. Their potential to bite is low.

They are present in two sizes 13 and 13-15 inches.

Height and weight of adult dog is 13 inches (or under) and 20 pounds (or under).

Height and weight of adult dog is 13-15 inches and 20-30 pounds.

Life span: 10-15 years

Litter size: 1-10 puppies

Gestational length: 63 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 0.5 to 1.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Patellar luxation, Glaucoma, Epilepsy, Central Progressive Retinal Atrophy (CPRA), Hypothyroidism, Distichiasis, Chondrodysplasia, Cherry Eye, Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS), Deafness, Cataract, Hemophilia A, Demodicosis, and Umbilical Hernia.

Bite force: 100-200 PSI.

Q9. What dog played Cujo?

A. St. Bernard

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The St. Bernard dog breed is affectionate and sociable. They’re nanny dogs, after all. They are sluggish dogs. They have a muscular, robust body. Red & White, Reddish-brown Brindle, Reddish-brown Splash, Reddish-brown Mantle, and Brownish-yellow are some of the colors available. They have a short coat length and a double coat that is smooth and rough. They shed in a medium amount of time. They require standard grooming. Their ability to bite is average.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 26-28 inches and 120-140 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 28-30 inches and 140-180 pounds.

Life span: 8-10 years.

Litter size: 2-12 puppies.

Gestational length: 63 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 5 to 6 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Addison disease, immune-mediated hemolytic anemia, immune-mediated thyroiditis and gastric torsion and eye problems.

Bite force: above 400 PSI.

Q10. What dog played Beethoven?

A. St. Bernard

St.-Bernard

The character of Beethoven is played by the breed S.t Bernard. (Details of this breed is given up)

Q11. What dog breeds are hypoallergenic?

There have been no 100% hypoallergenic dogs, breeds, or mixed-breeds, although many canine breeds are less allergenic for persons with dog allergies. Their fur does not cause allergies. Allergies are triggered by the dander on the skin.

There are some canine breeds that produce less dander. Such as,

A. · Afghan Hound Dog.

Afghan-Hound-Dog

The Afghan Hounds are highly hypo allergens dogs. They are affectionate, lean and, strong canines. They are easy to train. They have a long silky coat but they hardly shed. They have a minimal dander level. They are less vocal. They are large size breeds with moderate to high energy levels. Their barking level is none too minimal. Their drooling tendency is very low. The color of this breed is Black, Cream, and Red. They require a great deal of grooming. Their potential to bite is low.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 27-29 inches and 40-55 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 27-29 inches and 50-60 pounds.

Life span: 12-14 years.

Litter size: 6-8 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake of adults 2 to 2.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Allergies, Cancer, Cataracts, and Hypothyroidism.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI

· Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington-Terrier

The Bedlington terrier is a pure breed of modest size. They’re hypoallergenic and don’t shed much. They have a fluffy appearance and resemble lamb. Their coats are blue, sandy, liver, or tan in color. They have a curly coat. They are enthusiastic, active dogs that are simple to train. Their energy level is higher than that of other dog breeds. Their barking is moderate to low. They have a low proclivity for drooling. They necessitate a lot of grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 15.5 inches 20.5 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 16.5 inches 20.5 pounds.

Life span: 11-16 years.

Litter size: 3-6 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1 to 1.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Chronic Hepatitis and Cirrhosis from copper toxicity and Ear problems.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

· Bichon Frise

Bichon-Frise

The Bichon Frise is a petite pure breed dog. They’re hypoallergenic and don’t shed much. They don’t have as much energy as other dogs. They aren’t miniature breeds. They have a high level of intelligence and are simple to train. They have fluffy white fur that is silky smooth. They have a double coat that is curly in appearance. They come in a variety of colors, including White, Apricot, Buff, and Cream. They don’t make as much dander. They’re lap dogs, after all. The volume of their barking is ordinary. They have a low proclivity for drooling. They necessitate a lot of grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 10 inches and 9-12 inches.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 10.5 inches and 6-12 pounds.

Life span: 12-15 years.

Litter size: 2-5 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1/2 to 1.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Allergies, Bladder Stones, Hip Dysplasia, Juvenile, Cataracts, Patellar Luxation, and Vaccination Sensitivity.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

· Chinese Crested Dog

Chinese-Crested-Dog

The Chinese Crested Dog loses very little dander and is hypoallergenic. They have no hair and are powderpuff in appearance. They are little dogs with a keen sense of smell. They’re simple to train. They are little breeds. Their barking is moderate to low. They have a low tendency for drooling. They come in a variety of hues, including black, blue, and brown. Grooming is required regularly. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 11inches and 5-12 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 13 inches and 5-12 pounds.

Life span: 13-15 years.

Litter size: 2-5 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1/4 -1 cup of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Lens Luxation, Glaucoma, Deafness, Patellar Luxation, and Seizures.

Bite force: 100-200 PSI.

There are some other breeds that are hypoallergenic. Such as,

  1. Coton de Tulear.
  2. Giant Schnauzer.
  3. Irish Water Spaniel.

Q12. What dog has the longest lifespan?

A. Australian Cattle Dog

Australian-Cattle-Dog

With a life span of 29 years, the Australian Cattle Canine holds the world record for the longest-living dog. They are pure breed dogs of medium size. They feature a short coat length and a double smooth coat. They have a high level of energy and a strong muscular body. They are a breed of dog that is both alert and clever. They shed in a medium amount of time. They come in a variety of colors, including blue and red. Their barking is moderate to low. They have a low proclivity for drooling. They don’t require much grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 18 inches and 46 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 18.5 inches 46 pounds.

Life span: 12-16 years.

Litter size: 1-7 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1.5 to 2.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Deafness, Osteochondrosis Dissecans (OCD), Lens Luxation, Cataract, and Persistent Pupillary Membrane (PPM).

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

The breeds who typically live the longest with these averaging a lifespan of up to 20 years.

  1. Yorkshire terriers.
  2. Chihuahuas.
  3. Dachshunds.

Q13. What dog lives the shortest Life span?

A. Irish wolfhound

Irish-wolfhound

Wolves were hunted with the Irish wolfhound breed. They are loyal and intelligent dogs. They are large-breed dogs. Their coat is coarse with a soft undercoat, and the length of their coat is long beneath the jaw and brows. Gray, brindle, red, black, white, or fawn are the colors of their coats. They are brave and intelligent dogs. They are not aggressive dogs, which makes them simple to train. They shed in a moderate amount. Brushing the dog once a week is essential for his wellbeing. They are not allergy-friendly dogs. Their barking is moderate to low. They have a low proclivity for drooling. Grooming is required regularly. Their ability to bark is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 30 inches tall and 105 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 32 inches tall and 120 pounds.

Life span: 6-10 years.

Litter size: 3-4 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 8 to 10 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Bloat Dilated Cardiomyopathy, Drug Sensitivity, Elbow & Hip Dysplasia, Fibro cartilaginous Embolic Myelopathy, Liver Shunt, Osteochondrosis Dissecans, Osteosarcomaand Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA).

Bite force: 400 PSI.

Q14. What breed of dog has the most attacks?

A. Pit bulls

Pit-bulls

The American pit bull terroir is purebred. They are a devoted and affectionate breed. They are canines who are very active, brave, intelligent, and enthusiastic. Pit bulls, on the other hand, are the most common canine killers of other people’s pets and animals. They have a short, dense coat with lustrous hair. They’re a typical shedder. When it comes to other pets, they are hostile. They have a muscular physique. They come in a variety of colors, including blue, grey, white, tan, brown, red, yellow, and black. The volume of their barking is ordinary. They have a low proclivity for drooling. They don’t require much grooming. They have a great proclivity towards biting.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 17-20 inches tall and 35-50 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 18-21 inches tall and 35-60 pounds.

Life span: 12-14 years.

Litter size: 5-8 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1.5 to 2.5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Demodectic Mange, Hip Dysplasia and Skin Allergies.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q15. What dog has the strongest bite force in the world?

A. Kangal – Dog with the Strongest Bite (Bite force – 743 PSI)

Kangal

The Kangal/Anatolian shepherd dogs are purebred huge guard dogs with the world’s most powerful force bite. In the face of huge predators like bears, lions, and wolves, this makes them formidable opponents. Kangal dogs can run up to 35 kilometers per hour (56km). This breed is good for protecting cattle herds due to one of its best qualities, as well as its protective personality. Turkey is where they came from. They are alert and faithful dogs. Because they have short hair coats, they only need to be brushed once a week and bathed 2-4 times per year. Biscuit, White, Brindle, Liver, Blue, Fawn, and Red coat colors are also present. They shed a lot of hair. The volume of their barking is ordinary. Their tendency for drooling is average. They are easy to groom.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 27 inches and 110 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 29 inches tall and 125 pounds.

Life span: 12-15 years.

Litter size: 5-10 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 4 to 7 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Hip Dysplasia, Entropion and Lipoma.

Bite force: 200-400 range but up to 743 PSI (strongest).

Q16. What dog jumps the highest?

A. Greyhound

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The highest jump by a dog is 191.7 cm (75.5 in), and was achieved by Feather (two years old female Grey hound) (USA) in Frederick, Maryland, USA, on 14 September 2017 owned and cared for by Samantha Valle.

Greyhounds are a large, athletic, and clever dog breed. They have a short coat length and a silky coat. They don’t shed much. Their barking isn’t very loud. Their tendency to drool is reduced. They come in a variety of coat colors, including Brindle, Black, White, Fawn, Blue, and Red. They are active dogs. They don’t require much grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 27-28 inches tall and 60-65 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 28-30 inches tall and 65-70 pounds.

Life span: 10-13 years.

Litter size: 1-12 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Feed intake for adult Males need 2.5 to 4 cups & Females need 1.5 to 3 cups of high-quality dry in food a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Alopecia, Cataracts, Cold Intolerance, Heart Murmurs, Hip Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism, Musculoskeletal Injuries, Osteosarcoma, Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), Sensitivity to Anesthesia and Vitreous Degeneration.

Bite force: above 400 PSI.

Q17. What dog eats the most?

A. The Mastiff and Great Dane

· Mastiff

Mastiff

They have trademark wrinkled forehead.

Weight: 120 to 230 pounds

Height: 27.5-30 inches and up

Daily Food Amount: Between 6 and 10 cups per day

· Great Dane

Great-Dane

They are guard dogs.

Weight: 110 to 175 pounds.

Height: 28-32 inches.

Daily Food Amount: Between 5 and 10 cups per day.

Q18. What dog doesn’t bark?

A. Basenji

Basenji

The Basenji, often known as Africa’s “Bark less Dog,” is a rare breed that does not bark, but when they express themselves, they make a strange sound that is something between a chuckle and a shout. They are purebred dogs that are medium in size, alert, and interested. It is a hunting dog breed that hunts with both scent and sight. The texture of their coat is smooth, and the length of their coat is short. They come in a variety of hues, including red, black, black, tan, and brindle, all with white markings. They are very active runner dogs. They shed more moderately. They have a low proclivity for drooling. They only require minor grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 16 inches tall and 21-22 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 17 inches and 21-24 pounds.

Life span: 10-12 years.

Litter size: 4-6 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 3/4 to 1 cup of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Enteropathy, Umbilical Hernia, Persistent Pupillary Membranes (PPM), Pyruvate Kinase (PK) Deficiency, and Hypothyroidism.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q19. What dog sheds the least?

A. Afghan Hound

Afghan-Hound

The Afghan hound is a graceful and dignified breed with a single layer of long flowing hair that requires a lot of grooming and bathing but helps her shed less. The Afghan hound is a loyal and friendly companion that would be at home in almost any household.

Q20. What dog sheds the most?

A. Akita

Akita

The Akita is a large purebred dog breed. They are a breed that sheds a lot. They have hair coats that are straight, waterproof, and fluffy. They come in a variety of colors, including red, fawn, white, black, and brown. They are predators who are bold, muscular, and powerful. They are simple to maintain. They are tough to control, which is why not all owners should use them. Their barking isn’t very loud. Their biting potential is moderate.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 25 inches tall and 92.5 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 27-32 inches tall and 100 pounds.

Life span: 10-14 years.

Litter size: 3-12 puppies.

Gestation length 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 3 to 5 cups of high-quality dry food in a day.

Common diseases: Bloat, Hip Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) and Sebaceous Adenitis

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q21. What dog doesn’t shed?

A. Affenpinscher & Standard Schnauzer (both dogs shed none to minimal level),

· Affenpinscher (monkey like)

Affenpinscher

The purebred toy breed is the Affenpinscher. They’re little to medium-sized dogs. They have a wiry coat. Their shedding is not insignificant. They come in a variety of hues, including tan, red, black, and silver. They are energetic, bright, and daring dogs. They are quite simple to train. They are hypoallergenic dogs. Their drooling isn’t excessive. Their tendency for barking is modest. Small rodents are hunted with these. They require a great deal of grooming. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 10 inches tall and 7-9 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 10 inches tall and 7-9 pounds.

Life span: 12-14 years.

Litter size: 1-3 puppies.

Gestation length 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1/4 to 1/2 cup of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Cataracts, Collapsed Trachea, Fractures, Heart Murmurs, Hip Dysplasia, Legg-Perthes Disease, Open Fontanel, Patellar Luxation, Patent Ductus Arteriosis and Slipped Stifle.

Bite force: 100-200 PSI.

· Standard Schnauzer

Standard-Schnauzer

The Standard Schnauzer is a medium-sized purebred dog. Pepper, Salt, and Black are the colors of their coats. Their coat is wiry. They’re simple to train. They are bright dogs with a wonderful temperament. Their tendency to bark is ordinary. Their drooling is at a minimum. They shed very little to no hair. They require a great deal of grooming. Their ability to bark is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 17-19 inches tall and 35 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 18-20 inches tall and 37.5 pounds.

Life span: 12-15 years.

Litter size: 4-8 puppies.

Gestation length 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 1.5 to 2 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two or three meals.

Common diseases: Follicular Dermatitis and Hip Dysplasia.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q22. What dog runs the fastest?

A. G reyhound (speed is 45mph)

Greyhound

The Greyhounds are often regarded as the world’s fastest dog breed. They are racing dogs. They are highly energetics.

Q23. What dog can beat a Pit Bull?

A. Rottweiler

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The size of a Rottweiler is greater than that of a Pit Bull. They are smarter, nimbler, stronger, and more powerful than Pit Bulls. They may be able to easily overcome a Pit Bull because of its more aggressive demeanor and ability to effortlessly tear flesh. When the Rottweiler’s jaws are closed, it exerts 150 kilograms of pressure per square centimeter.

Rottweilers are big guard canines that are purebred. Their coats are coarse and short, with markings on the head, chest, and neck. They’re simple to train. Mahogany, Tan, Rust, and Black paint coats are available. They shed in a moderate amount. They are alert and bold dogs. Their tendency to drool is mild. They only require minor grooming. They have a significant risk of biting.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 24 inches tall and 80-100 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 26 inches tall and 85-135 pounds.

Life span: 8-11 years.

Litter size: 6-12 puppies or more.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 4 to 10 cups of high-quality dry food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases Aortic Stenosis, Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism, and Osteosarcoma.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q24. What dog can kill a lion?

A. Rottweiler

Rottweiler

Rottweilers are intelligent, self-assured dogs who have a lot of energy. They can quickly kill a lion. According to stories, a woman was mauled by a tiger in Kruger National Park and lived to meet this dog till she died. Her Rottweiler dogs saved her life by attacking lions to save her from an ambush.

Q25. What dog can kill a wolf?

A. The Sarplaninac/ Illyrian Shepherd dog.

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The Sarplaninac can kill the wolf. They are dogs with enormous hearts and a calm demeanor. They are purebreds who are bright and loyal. They have a robust body with powerful jaws. They have a thick, robust coat. They come in a variety of coat colors, including grey, brown, black, and white. They shed in a moderate amount. Their barking is moderate to low. Their drooling is excessive. They are simple to maintain. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 22.5 inches tall and 66-88 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 24 inches tall and 77-99 pounds.

Life span: 11-13 years.

Litter size: 5-8 puppies.

Gestational length: 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 2.5 to 3.5 cups of a high-quality dog food in a day that should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Bloat, Drug Sensitivity and Hip Dysplasia.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q26. What dog ear mites look like?

A. White dot.

Otodectes cynotis is an ear mite that is present inside the ear canal or surface of the skin of the dog. They are highly contagious and transfer via direct contact with other animals. We cannot see it with the naked eye. We need an otoscope or microscope.

Q27. What dog has the best sense of smell?

A. Bloodhound.

Bloodhound

The Bloodhound is an enormous dog that has 300 million scent sensors, more than any other breed. They can sense odors both on the ground and in the air.

The purebred huge dog is the Bloodhound. They come in a variety of colors, including red, tan, black, and liver. Their hair coat is coarse. They are simple to maintain. They shed in a moderate amount. They are a mulish, gentle, and lively breed of dog. Their proclivity for drooling is considerable. Their barking is unusually loud. Their ability to bite is limited.

The height and weight of an adult female dog: 24 inches tall and 90 pounds.

The height and weight of an adult male dog: 26 inches tall and 100 pounds.

Life span: 10-12 years.

Litter size: 8-10 puppies.

Gestation length 60-64 days.

Daily feed intake for adults: 4 to 8 cups of high-quality dry food in a day, which should be divided into two meals.

Common diseases: Bloat, Ectopic Cilia, Ectropion, Hip & Elbow Dysplasia, Entropion, Epilepsy, and Hypothyroidism.

Bite force: 200-400 PSI.

Q28. What dog attacks the most humans?

A. Pit Bull

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Although pit bulls are popular pets, they have the highest fatality rate of any breed. They are the world’s most fearsome and lethal breed, utilized for hunting and combat all over the world.

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