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    Bichon Poodle Mix The Bichon Poodle mix is a designer breed, which makes it an ideal fashionista dog. Not only are these dogs pretentious, they are all about pleasing their humans. Glam them up with a pair of trendy sunglasses and pile on the bling; the more bling, the better. Yet, the Bichon Poodle mix is sooo much more than a living doll, to dress-up and show-off. From small children or adults to seniors, Bich-poos make loyal companions. They play Big and love Large. This breed is compatible

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    1. New Guinea singing dog. The New Guinea singing dog has a life expectancy of about 15-20 years. However, this dog breed is not recommended to become a house pet as it is more associated with the wild. It lives and thrives better if it is placed in its own habitat. If properly socialized though, it can be domesticated and tamed to tolerate human companionship and may even become attached to its owners. It is called as a singing dog because of the unique characteristic of its howl. It can alter the

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    The four main categories of evidence for evolution in accordance to the BAT tutorials are: fossil records, chemical and anatomical similarities, geographic distribution of related species, and genetic changes over generations. Fossil records allow researchers to examine evolution through past species. One example is the Archaeopteryx, a million year old fossil found in southern Germany that had characteristics of both dinosaurs and birds. This fossil finding resulted as the discovery that birds had

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    going?” I asked, looking at my parents in confusion. “We are going to look at some puppies,” Mom explained excitedly. Realization dawned on me. We were getting a puppy! “What kind of dog are we going to look at?” I questioned with excitement. “A cockapoo,” stated Mom anxiously. I looked at my

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    going?” I asked, looking at my parents in confusion. “We are going to look at some puppies.” Mom explained excitedly. Realization dawned on me. We were getting a puppy! “What kind of dog are we going to look at?” I questioned with excitement. “A cockapoo,” stated Mom anxiously. I looked at my mom and we shared the same bright smile, as the car drove towards the country house where my future best friend was waiting. After about an hour of driving, we arrived at Iola. Stepping out of the car, my

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    animals, the money that is spent is worth it. Dog’s are compassionate and loving, however, some dogs by nature and breed are more aggressive. This is where training and the money spent on training the dog is worth it. I have a small dog, her breed is a cockapoo. Her name is Stella. She is a mix of a cocker spaniel and a poodle she is a very docile dog except for when she's on her leash. A couple of days ago I took her for a walk, and on this walk I was about ten steps out of my house. I saw a dog turn the

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    Johann Sebastian Bach Biography My composer Bach is from the Baroque period. Bach was born in Germany on March 21, 1685, he died on July 28, 1750 from a stroke. Growing up his family loved to play music. Bach had seven siblings. He loved to play the violin, and his dad influenced him to play different kind of music. Bach attended a Latin school that taught him usual education, not a musical education. Johann Sebastian Bach sang soprano in the choir at St. Georg church and was also baptized

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    a 15 year old sophomore and have been going to the Cedarburg schools since kindergarten. I have one brother, Aaron, who is going to be 13 on October 23rd and is in 7th grade at Webster. When I was younger I had a fear of dogs, but now I have a cockapoo bichon dog named Bailey who is going to turn five in October as well. While I have gone to Cedarburg schools for all 11 years, I was born in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, but moved to Cedarburg when I was three years old. This past summer was filled with

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    going?” I asked, looking at my parents in confusion. “We are going to look at some puppies,” Mom explained excitedly. Realization dawned on me. We were getting a puppy! “What kind of dog are we going to look at?” I questioned with excitement. “A cockapoo,” stated Mom anxiously. I

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    According to a study done by students from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, the most frequent causes of death in puppies( ages two and younger) are trauma, congenital disease( defects that develops before birth), and infectious causes. Older dogs, however, especially those older than ten, are more likely to die from cancer. Crossbred dogs are prone to many diseases and disorders. Crossbreeding is the act of breeding two different breeds of the same species(an organism that

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