My 10 month old Jack Russell is a clever responsive dog. She has been easy to train & very well behaved - until she's out for a walk with her best friend Minky, the play beautifully until Maggie gets too rough & bites & pulls chunks of fur out of her. Then won't do as she's told. She will also run off on the park to other dogs (being friendly) but will not come when called. These are her only shortcomings, why does she do these thing?
Double Nosed Andean Tiger Hound Breed Maintenance
By all accounts, this dog breed has a short, smooth coat suitable for the hot, moist climate of the area, which is likely to shed moderately year-round. Dog breeds that might be mistaken for or marketed as a Double-Nosed Andean Tiger Hound may have slightly different coats. As there is no breed standard nor any regulation on breeding in the remote areas that they are found, there is likely to be some mixing of this breed with other breeds, which may result in dogs with bifid noses that have several different types of coat. It is important to keep the hanging ears of this breed clean and dry in order to prevent infection or infestation.
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