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Big Blue River Spanish Water Dogs Seward NEWe raise Spanish Water Dogs here in Seward NE. Our breeding stock has been flown over…
This is so well thought out and explained so that a novice at washing a timid-about-bath dog. My little pup was not so much on baths at first. I used warm water and cajoled him into the whole bath things and finally he came over. Our big dog (both of my dogs have gone to puppy heaven) was not keen on bathing either. But my daughter is a dog whisperer I am sure and could get our Kelly Girl calm enough to bathe.
Portuguese Water dogs. Bay, her 2 yr. old pup recently went out duck hunting for his very first time and excelled. He did everything everyone's trained dogs did even though he is just a family pet & had never been around guns before. If you are looking for a Big PWD then Mollys list is the one you want to be on. Her pups have all turned out fantastic.
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Big Blue River Spanish Water Dogs has been raising Spanish Water Dogs since 1998. We are located on a farm in Seward, Nebraska, near the Big Blue River.Nate Sutter, a geneticist at the National Human Genome Research Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, wanted to know the reason why big dogs, such as Irish wolfhounds, can grow up to 50 times larger than other members of their own species, such as chihuahuas. So he started out looking at large and small dogs of one breed — the Portuguese water dog.Here at Big Blue River Spanish Water Dogs we pride ourselves on our purchases of your new family member. While we make sure our dogs are of high quality, as well as go to high quality families we want you to have an amazing, stress free experience.The gene seems to work by setting how much of the growth factor dogs make. In Portuguese water dogs, smaller animals make less of the growth factor than big ones.Scientists on the team took X-rays of 500 Portuguese water dogs and made 91 measurements of their skeletons. Based on these data, the researchers classified the water dogs as either big or small for their own breed.Some dogs can’t wait to get wet—witness all those Labrador and golden retrievers that crash kiddie pools, swim around in lakes, and dive into the sea. But some dog breeds are perfectly content to stay dry. It should come as no surprise that most of these water-shy dogs belong to the Toy group. It’s a big world out there for them, and the ocean, so vast! These breeds would rather sunbathe than swim, but that doesn’t mean you can’t . Or just lie back and cuddle on the beach towel. That’s good, too.