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Dogumentary TV
Dogumentary TV
Product link: Mention: 10 % OFF discount auto-apply via this link only for Dogumentary TV followers. A dog's coat often serves a particular purpose for that breed, whether it's just to be visually appealing or to protect the dog from the harsh climate in which it was initially bred. Dog's coats don't just determine how they look or what they were produced for — they also assess the level of care they require. For example, long-haired dog breeds often need more frequent grooming, though there are exceptions to that rule. Long-haired dog breeds are definitely alluring and majestic, but potential owners should consider the level of maintenance a specific breed requires before committing to one. Maintenance aside, the statement-making coats of breeds like the Newfoundland are often well-known for a reason: they're totally stunning, and their fluff makes them great for snuggling. Some of them were bred for fun water activities or other sports.
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