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December Breed of The Month: Velveteen Lop

This medium sized rabbit is a relatively new breed of rabbit that was inspired by the book The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams. These rabbits are a mixture of the Mini Rex and the English Lop...

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November Breed of the Month: Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier was originally founded in England in the mid-1800s as rodent management but has since become one of the most popular lapdogs in the US! 

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October Breed of the Month: Dalmatian

Arguably one of the most recognizable breeds of dog, the Dalmatian is a medium sized, short haired dog whose coat pattern is a white background with black- or liver-colored spots all over.

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September Breed of the Month: Flemish Giant

Flemish Giants are the largest recognized breed of rabbit, weighing 11-20lbs and reaching 2-4ft long. These large rabbits were originally created as a utility breed that could be used for both meat and fur. 

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August Breed of the Month: German Shorthaired Pointer

The German Shorthaired Pointer (GSP) is a versatile hunting dog, that was founded to create a dog to both point out game and retrieve it once it’s been downed.

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July Breed of the Month: American Shorthair

The Domestic Shorthair is a name to describe shorthaired cat of mixed breed origin. They are usually medium sized cats and muscular, although they can come in a variety of sizes and body types. They come in an array of colors, but all have short, sleek hair coats.

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June Breed of the Month: The All American Dog

Arguably the most popular breed in the US today, the All-American Dog is the term loving bestowed upon a dog of mixed origin. 

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May Breed of the Month: Whippet

The Whippet is a sight hound, originally bred to find prey by sight and chase it down at high rates of speed. These dogs do look like small greyhounds, typically standing 18-21 inches tall, and weighing between 20 and 40 pounds as adults.

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The Mill's Breed of the Month: Abyssinian Guinea Pig

The Abyssinian Guinea Pig is one of the oldest breeds of Guinea Pig, and their specific origins have been lost to history. This breed of guinea pig is easily identified by their unique coats because of the rosettes scattered throughout their body.

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The Mill's Breed of the Month: Golden Retriever

Golden Retrievers originated in Scotland as popular gun-dogs, and that popularity has lasted, as they are one of the most popular breeds in the US today.

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Pet Dental Health

In honor of February being Pet Dental Health Month, why not learn more about your dog's dental needs?

It is estimated that 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease. 

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Pet Grooming

Grooming is part of owning a pet, and the amount of grooming required for your pet is relative to breed, ageand time of year. 

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