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Afghan Hounds Are Smarter Than You Think!

According to Stanley Coren’s The Intelligence of Dogs, the Afghan Hound is the least intelligent dog of the 110 breeds that were ranked. Sorry Mr. Coren, we (and these adorable Afghan puppies) beg to differ.

These precious Afghan Hound puppies are merely 8 weeks old. They are already being trained by their co-owner, world-renowned trainer Diane Bauman and learning fast! Despite where Stanley Coren
ranks Afghan’s in his intelligence scale, you can see for yourself how smart these dogs really are.

 

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Our friend Diane Bauman is now looking for performance homes for some of these pups. They’re far too smart to just sit there and look pretty!
Let us know if you are interested and we can lead you in the right direction.

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Cats with no fur – like ET.

Did you know there are more than 40 registered breeds of cats? This breed pictured is a Sphynx – it’s a hairless cat. Thanks to photographer Keith Kimberlin, who lent the use of his photos to the Garden State Cat Club, to promote the largest CAT EXPO/Cat show in the country. Come to the show an see the cat that inspired the creator of ET in the famous movie many years ago.

Photo taken by Keith Kimberlin

If you think these guys are different, come see the adoptees and the other breeds at  the July 21/22 Somerset Garden State Cat Club Expo!

See you there – 10-4, both days.

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