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Did you know the Puggle is a new breed of dog, originating in the 1980s in Wisconsin? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know that Pugs originated in China around 400 B.C. as pets of Buddhist monasteries in Tibet? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know the Havanese is the National Dog of Cuba, and the country’s only native breed? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

If you guessed the Schnoodle is the result of the crossing of a Schnauzer with a Poodle, you're right! Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know that the Airedale Terrier is the largest in the Terrier group? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker.

Did you know the American Staffordshire Terrier was originally called the Staffordshire Bull? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know that most of the U.S. Shar-Pei population originates from around 200 individual dogs imported from China in the 1970s? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know that the Alaskan Malamute was named after the native Innuit tribe, the Mahlemuts? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker.

Did you know that one of television’s favorite canine subjects, Lassie, is a Rough Collie? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know that Dachshund means “badger dog” in German, and they were originally bred in the early 1600s to hunt (you guessed it) badgers? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!

Did you know the Shiloh Shepherd was developed in the 1970s to resemble an older variety of the German Shepherd? Read more about this breed by visiting Petplan pet insurance's Condition Checker!