The Leonberger is a giant dog breed. The breed's name derives from the city of Leonberg in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. According to legend, the Leonberger was ostensibly bred as a 'symbolic dog' that would mimic the lion in the town crest. It is in the Working Group for dog shows such as Crufts, but not at the World Dog Show.
I am a pit bull lover and even though I was raised around people who fought them I grew up with a pitbull who today is currently 14 years old and one of the sweetest dogs I have ever known , when someone says that the breed should be destroyed remember: Fierceness is taught not Bred
Wielkopolski stallion Debiut. Ok I am leaving the description as is. But researching the breed on Wikipedia it says the breed is a solid colored horse. All the pics I've seen of this fellow are too far away to see if it is true appaloosa in him or just maybe a Norkier or Knappstrupper that flow in him. I am curious.
The Spotted Saddle Horse - crossed with Spanish-American type pinto horses with gaited horse breeds (such as the Tennessee Walking Horse) to produce a colorful horse that was smooth gaited and possessed strength and stamina. The breed has a reputation for being gentle and easy to handle, surefooted and agile, good on steep and rough trails.
#horses The Sugarbush draft horse- In 2008, the Sugarbush Registry began a head count, and could only track 12 living horses in the breed. Many of these horses share similar blood lines, and only one purebred and unrelated breeding pair was left. With out serious intervention, the breed would be decimated in only one more generation. With so few dedicated breeding farms, and a tradition of breeding only for excellence, finding a solution to the lack of genetic diversity has not been easy.