Category: Singing Dogs

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  1. Puppy with Bow

    Puppy with Bow

    $20.00

    The holidays are a time best spent with our loved ones, and that includes our favorite furry friends. As you find the Carolers which represent your family over the mantel, don't forget to include your favorite family pets, as well. Learn More
  2. Dog with Sled

    Dog with Sled

    $32.00

    The holidays are a time best spent with our loved ones, and that includes our favorite furry friends. As you find the Carolers which represent your family over the mantel, don't forget to include your favorite family pets, as well. Learn More
  3. Golden Retriever Dog

    Golden Retriever Dog

    $20.00

    Energetic and loving, when most people think “family dog,” the image that pops into their mind is of a golden retriever. These dogs were originally bred in northern England as hunting dogs to track and retrieve downed waterfowl after they were shot by a hunter. Because of their gentle nature and easy acceptance of training and children, Goldens have since become the quintessential family dog. Did you know that Golden retrievers are often used by police and rescue workers as search and rescue dogs to find lost individuals or by hospitals as therapy dogs for patients? Learn More
  4. Yellow Labrador Dog

    Yellow Labrador Dog

    $20.00

    Labrador Retrievers are the most popular dog breed in the world, numbering more than twice as many as the next most popular breed in the United States, the German Shepherd. Known for their loyalty and obedience, Labs are easy to train, making them great family pets and service animals. In recent years, Labs have distinguished their breed by working with soldiers and hospital patients as therapy dogs and through their work as trained search and rescue animals, especially during the disasters of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, when a Black Lab named Jake received nationwide recognition for finding survivors in the aftermath of both disasters. Learn More
  5. Black Labrador Dog

    Black Labrador Dog

    $20.00

    Labrador Retrievers are the most popular dog breed in the world, numbering more than twice as many as the next most popular breed in the United States, the German Shepherd. Known for their loyalty and obedience, Labs are easy to train, making them great family pets and service animals. In recent years, Labs have distinguished their breed by working with soldiers and hospital patients as therapy dogs and through their work as trained search and rescue animals, especially during the disasters of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, when a Black Lab named Jake received nationwide recognition for finding survivors in the aftermath of both disasters. Learn More
  6. Dachshund Dog

    Dachshund Dog

    $20.00

    The loveable “wiener dog” is tougher than he looks. He may seem like an adorably silly little dog with his short legs and long, ungainly body, but in his heart he’s a fighter! “Der Dachs” is the German name for a badger, and “der Hund” means dog. The “badger-dog” was bred to have short legs and a long body so he could dart into a badger’s den and flush him out for a hunter above ground! Learn More
  7. Boston Terrier Dog

    Boston Terrier Dog

    $20.00

    The Boston Terrier is the first dog breed recognized to have been created in the United States—around 1870 in the breed’s namesake town of Boston, Massachusetts. Weighing up to 25 pounds or so, Bostons are sturdy, muscular dogs and strong for their size. But under their tough exterior, Bostons are loving and affectionate—they may bark at strangers at the door, but as soon as they get to know you they won’t mind sharing their home with you and will want to be your best friend! Learn More
  8. Jack Russell Dog

    Jack Russell Dog

    $20.00

    Because they are so energetic, Jack Russels get bored easily if you treat them like a lap dog. They have developed a reputation for unruliness and mischievousness as pets, since two of the traits they were bred for, their loud bark and propensity for digging (once used to root foxes out of their hiding places), don’t mix well with family living. Jack Russels can be fierce fighters, and they often forget their size when going up against larger dogs; in New Zealand recently, five children were saved from an attack by two Pit Bulls by their family’s courageous Jack Russel. Learn More
  9. Scottish Terrier Dog

    Scottish Terrier Dog

    $20.00

    The loveable and energetic “Scottie Dog” originated in—you guessed it—Scotland, where it was bred as a hunter. Scotties are brave and loyal to their guardians and love to be pampered by them. The Scottish Terrier is a favorite of American Presidents, inhabiting the White House more often than any other breed. Franklin Roosevelt kept several Scotties while in office, including his constant companion, Fala. Learn More
  10. Basset Hound Dog

    Basset Hound Dog

    $20.00

    You may know the Basset Hound as the “Hush Puppy” dog, but no matter what, Basset Hounds’ distinctive baying and sometimes comically long, droopy ears make them instantly recognizable to almost everyone. These loveable hounds make great companions, which is reflected in popular culture. Famous Basset companions include: Smokey and the Bandit’s Fred, the truck-driver’s companion and Sheriff Rosco Coltrane’s dog in The Dukes of Hazzard. Learn More
  11. Poodle Dog

    Poodle Dog

    $20.00

    Perhaps one of the most recognizable dog breeds, the Poodle originated in Germany during the Middle Ages, not in France as some people would believe due to the commonly-used name “French Poodle.” Poodles were brought by German soldiers into France where they were adopted as a breed by the locals and were subsequently named the national dog. Poodles have many desirable traits, such as their coat and their high intelligence and they are often crossbred with other dog breeds in the hopes of passing on these genes. Learn More
  12. Claude (Dog)

    Claude (Dog)

    $20.00

    The holidays are a time best spent with our loved ones, and that includes our favorite furry friends. As you find the Carolers which represent your family over the mantel, don't forget to include your favorite family pets, as well. Learn More
  13. Springer Spaniel Dog

    Springer Spaniel Dog

    $20.00

    Affectionate and eager to please, the Springer Spaniel makes a great family or working dog. Spaniels were first bred in England as hunting dogs to flush birds out of the bushes for hunters and retrieve downed prey. Learn More
  14. Rembrandt (Dog)

    Rembrandt (Dog)

    $20.00

    The holidays are a time best spent with our loved ones, and that includes our favorite furry friends. As you find the Carolers which represent your family over the mantel, don't forget to include your favorite family pets, as well. Learn More
  15. German Shepherd Dog

    German Shepherd Dog

    $20.00

    Strong, ferocious, and fiercely loyal to their pack, German Shepherds are the epitome of the guard dog archetype that make them perfect working dogs for police and other groups. But look deeper than the stereotype and you’ll find a smart, affectionate creature that wants a pack to love and a job to do well. German Shepherds love to know they’ve done a good job, and many are trained for police work, for the military, or as therapy and service dogs. Learn More
  16. Bulldog

    Bulldog

    $20.00

    Dense, tough, and powerful, the bulldog is a symbol of Great Britain, and was often used when describing Winston Churchill in his defiance of Nazi Germany (as much for his stubbornness and tenacity as for their similar appearance!). Learn More
  17. Chocolate Labrador Dog

    Chocolate Labrador Dog

    $20.00

    Labrador Retrievers are the most popular dog breed in the world, numbering more than twice as many as the next most popular breed in the United States, the German Shepherd. Known for their loyalty and obedience, Labs are easy to train, making them great family pets and service animals. In recent years, Labs have distinguished their breed by working with soldiers and hospital patients as therapy dogs and through their work as trained search and rescue animals, especially during the disasters of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, when a Black Lab named Jake received nationwide recognition for finding survivors in the aftermath of both disasters. Learn More
  18. Mitzy (Dog)

    Mitzy (Dog)

    $20.00

    The holidays are a time best spent with our loved ones, and that includes our favorite furry friends. As you find the Carolers which represent your family over the mantel, don't forget to include your favorite family pets, as well. Learn More
  19. Bernese Mountain Dog

    Bernese Mountain Dog

    $20.00

    The Bernese Mountain Dog takes its name from the Canton of Bern, in Switzerland where it was originally bred. In German, Bernese Mountain Dogs are referred to as Sennenhunde, or literally “(alpine) pasture dogs” since the breed was originally created to work as a farm dog high in the Swiss Alps. Learn More
  20. Bichon Dog

    Bichon Dog

    $20.00

    The Bichon Frisé is a curly-haired, excitable ball of energy that loves to be petted and loved. The name Bichon Frisé accurately translates from French as “curly lap dog. While exploring the New World in the 16th century, many Spanish sailing ships kept friendly Bichons on board to endear their crews to native tribes they met when they went ashore. Learn More
  21. Pug Dog

    Pug Dog

    $20.00

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    The little pugs were originally bred in China as far back as 500 BCE, where they were lap dogs for the Chinese Emperors. For many centuries, Buddhist monks in Tibet kept the breed alive before it was exported to Europe in the 16th century, where it became a favorite of royalty and nobility across the continent, who kept pugs as coach dogs. Napoleon Bonaparte’s wife Josephine had a particular love of her pug, Fortune, who was the only member of her family allowed to visit her after she was imprisoned at Les Carmes. Learn More
  22. Pekingese Dog

    Pekingese Dog

    $20.00

    The Pekinese was first bred as a dog for the Imperial court in ancient China and is closely related to the pug, which shares this origin. No one knows quite when or how the Pekinese was first created. Chinese legend tells of a lion who fell in love with a Marmoset, and went to the Buddha asking to be made small like the one he loved, who granted the wish. The tiny lion is said to have been the first Pekinese. Learn More
  23. Vincent (Dog)

    Vincent (Dog)

    $20.00

    The holidays are a time best spent with our loved ones, and that includes our favorite furry friends. As you find the Carolers which represent your family over the mantel, don't forget to include your favorite family pets, as well. Learn More
  24. Boxer Dog

    Boxer Dog

    $20.00

    First bred as hunting and working dogs, the boxer is known for its strong muscles and sleek body. Boxers are smart and easy to train while still being fun and playful creatures. They’re often still used as work and service animals. Learn More

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