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Our dog statues catalogs features a wide range of large dog statues including life size dog statues, dog figurines, concrete dog statues such as our spaniel basket planter, and many garden dog sculptures like bronze dog sculptures for memorials and dog gifts for the garden. Be sure to also visit our dog gifts catalog for selections of dog figurines and gifts for dog lovers like dog bookends and dog gifts for the desk.
Basset Hound Statues
Bassett Hounds are noted to be friendly and social dogs, with a keen sense of smell that is seconded to the Blood Hound.
Beagle Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Beagles are sporty and active dogs, often known to hunt hares and small animals. These dogs are social animals, and are popular house dogs.
Bichon Frise
Our Bichon Frise statues include sweet additions of Bichon Frise figurine and unique Bichon Frise gifts that features this delightful and sprightly dog breed.
Bloodhound Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Bloodhounds are friendly and social dogs, used often as service dogs to track missing people and aid police in many ways.
Boston Terrier Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Boston Terriers are sleek and playful dogs. Our Boston Terriers include Boston terrier gifts and tabletop sculptures.
Boxer Statues, Figurines and Sculptures
Our boxer statues and boxer gifts celebrate the girth and grace of this muscular dog breed.
Bulldog Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore bulldog statues and bulldog figurines including bronze bulldog sculptures for outdoor use and bulldog gifts for the desk.
Cairn Terrier Statues, Sculptures and Gifts
Explore Cairn Terrier statues and sculptures including our garden Cairn Terrier statue and Cairn Terrier bookends.
Chihuahua Figurines
Catalog featuring selection of Chihuahua statues and figurines as well as unique Chihuahua gifts.
Cocker Spaniel Statues and Gifts
Our spaniel statues features a range of English Cocker Spaniel figurines, American Cocker Spaniels, Springer spaniels, and spaniel figurines and gifts to enchant the spaniel lover.
Collie Statues, Sculptures and Gifts
Explore Collie statues and sculptures including Border Collie statues and other unique Collie gifts.
Dachshund Statues, Sculptures and Figurines, Bronze Dachshunds
Discover Dachshunds gifts, statues and adorable Dachshund figurines in intriguing and friendly poses as well as concrete Dachshund statues.
Dalmatians
Thought to originate from Croatia, our range of Dalmatian statues include cute selections of Dalmatian figurines and other Dalmatian gifts.
German Shepherd Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our German Shepherd statues and sculptures include large German Shepherds to German Shepherd figurines and other German Shepherd gifts.
German Shorthaired Pointer
Our German Shorthair gifts celebrates this sporty and trustworthy gun dog. German Shorthaired Pointers are intelligent and loyal dogs whose ancestry is traced to Germany and Austria.
Golden Retriever Statues, Sculptures and Gifts
Our Golden Retrievers include a selection of Golden Retriever statues, figurines and Golden Retriever bookends.
Greyhound Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our greyhound statues catalog features small and large greyhound statues including hand finished greyhound figurines and Italian greyhound statues and sculptures.
Jack Russell Terriers
Celebrate the intelligent Jack Russell Terriers with our choice of Jack Russell statues and Jack Russell Terrier dog gifts and sculptures.
Labrador Retriever Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
A popular dog, the Labrador Retrievers are noted to be popular and sociable dogs. Labs are gentle and friendly animals, and were often used for hunting.
Maltese Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our range of Maltese statues and figurines capture the beauty of these high spirited dogs which adore human companionship. Their long silk hair and ardent call for fun, make them suitable for apartment dwelling and because of their ability to train as wel
Pembroke Welsh Corgis
The Pembroke Welsh Corgis or Dwarf dogs as they are sometimes known, make excellent companion dogs and are known to be intuitive and intelligent animals.
Poodle Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our range of French Poodle statues and fine Poodle gifts include a selection of poodle sculptures and figurines.
Pug Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore pug statues and sculptures including tabletop pug figurines and large pug sculptures and statues.
Rottweiler Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Rottweilers are powerful dogs known for their strength and endurance. They are also dogs which obey commands and are known to obey one master only.
Saint Bernards
Saint Bernards have been credited with their innate ability to help track lost people; these gentle dogs are powerful and known for their use as watchdogs in many homes.
Schnauzer Statues, Sculptures and Gifts
Discover Schnauzer statues, sculptures and unique Schnauzer gifts and figurines.
Scottish Terriers
Originating from Scotland, Scottish Terriers are noted to be hardworking and energetic terriers. Affectionately known as Scotties, these dogs are very good hunters and often used in the hunt for vermin.
Shiba Inu Sculptures, Figurines and Gifts
Discover Shiba Inu sculptures and red and tri Shiba Inu statues and figurines for use as ornaments and gifts.
Shih Tzu Dog Statues, Sculptures and Gifts
The Shih Tzu is a popular toy dog which has its roots in Tibet. These dogs are noted to be very lively and high spirited dogs.
West Highland White Terrier Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our West Highland White Terrier statues celebrate these intelligent and energetic dogs by introducing our realistic sculptures of the benevolent Westies.
Yorkshire Terriers
Our Yorkshire Terrier Statues feature bronze Yorkshire Terrier statues and Yorkie cast stone memorial statues for those who cherish this vivacious and yet sprightly toy dog.
Dogs are simply the ultimate! They are man's best friend and our selections of dog statues and sculptures include select range of gift ideas for the dog lover and memorial dog statues for those who want to present a memorable gift for the dog lover. Please email us for information if needed.

The Lovable Truth about Dogs

Dogs, they say, are man’s best friends. And the truth is dogs are considered to be one of the most loyal animals known to mankind. Unlike their cousin, the wolves, dogs have been domesticated for centuries for shepherding and herding activities. Proof of their existence and early domestication comes from many archaeological paintings and stories made available over time. Quite obviously then, man has summed up quite well the value and reason for having dogs as pets. And so, when it comes down to having a pet these days, most people will begin their life with a dog finding a puppy to start with because they will tell you there is nothing like having man’s best friend grow with and around you.

And the truth is dogs stay loyal to their master. They never run away and have been known to engage in some of the most mind boggling feats when saving their owner’s lives. If that’s not enough, dogs are also known to cuddle and love their owners all their lives staying close as constant companions and when their owners are on extended travel visits out of the house. Some dogs are also known to stay close to their owners when they are trekking through the wilderness.

Dogs are also known to engage in search and rescue missions. Several breeds are trained on a regular basis by organizations involved in helping the blind and crippled to act as chaperones for owners with disability problems. These furry animals are also widely used by the military and the police in missions. Some of the dogs used by the military and police include German Shepherds, Alsatians, Dobermans and Rottweilers. These dogs ate specially trained to aid in forensics and to track criminals. Some are even employed in airports to uncover illegal activities like drug trafficking.

Types of Dogs:

There are many kinds of dogs employed by mankind to service the community. These include search and rescue mission dogs like the Saint Bernards and other canine dogs used to aid the crippled like the Golden Retrievers and Labradors. Saint Bernards were first employed by monks living in the mountainous regions of the Alps between Italy and Switzerland. Sometime in the early 18th century, monks living in the snowy and dangerous St. Bernard Pass, kept these dogs to help them during the event their monks went missing in bad snowstorms. The dogs were also known to dig out buried people trapped in snow and to lie on them so they had warmth. The monks used these dogs on a regular basis until recently when helicopters became widely used in the mountain areas.

Some dogs are also known as “police dogs”. Sometimes, they are known as the “canine” or “K-9” units and their purpose is to assist police and law enforcement in helping stop crime. Police dogs have been trained for many tasks and are used in airports and crowded public areas to search for drugs and sometimes, explosives. Some of these dogs are even used in crime sites to locate evidence. Many of these dogs are also capable of searching for lost people and apprehending criminals. Some of the breeds used for such purposes include the German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers and Rottweilers.

There is also another kind of dog which is used in search and rescue (SAR) missions. Such dogs are used in the tracking of lost people who have trailed in the wilderness, in natural disasters and casualty disasters such as earthquakes, and of course, in locating lost people. Some of these search and rescue dogs may either use scent to track or rely on other materials to aid in tracking. Such dog breeds include larger dogs and hounds which are able to adapt to the terrain and these could include Saint Bernards, German Shepherds and Labradors. These dogs are known for their keen sense of smell, enhanced hearing and ability to track in the night. They also have an endurance level that help in the efforts needed to track missing and injured people. SAR dogs in general can be trained in land cadaver, water cadaver, air scenting, urn and wilderness tracking and trailing.

There is another kind of dog that is used in helping people with special disabilities. These are called service dogs and with special training, they can aid people with special disabilities like vision or hearing impairment. Most often, service dogs are used to help people with power or manual wheelchairs, have mental and physical disabilities including seizures and other health conditions like low blood sugar. These dogs are trained from young, and can help in many ways by helping to reach for things that are out of the way, by opening and closing doors, turning lights on and off and even help to get attention by barking until help arrives. Their help is invaluable and can extend in many ways including assisting ambulatory persons to walk. Most breeds which are used as service dogs include Golden Retrievers or Labrador Retrievers. They are identified by a jacket, backpack or harness. These dogs are trained to be reliable service dogs and entrusted to help people with special disabilities.

If you are looking for a new puppy, you have to begin with learning a few good rules and the following article shares some idea what you need to be ready for when you choose to bring your puppy home.

A check list to consider when you are taking your puppy home

What to do when your puppy comes home for the first time

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