Samoyed

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Samoyed

a medium-sized dog characterized by a very thick, straight, white or cream-colored coat that stands out from the body, with brown eyes and black-rimmed eyelids and lip margins. It is said to have a 'smiling expression'. The ears are erect and the tail, with profuse haircoat, is curled over the back. The breed is predisposed to hemophilia, congenital heart defects and familial renal disease.
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In the 19th century fly agaric was widely used by Samoyeds, Nganasan, Enets, and Nenets.
Despite variability in coat color, all these herding dogs are known as Samoyeds, as they belong to very ancient breeds and always have the same form.
A striking parallelism between the Finnic and Samoyed, in particular Nenets object rules lends support to a view that the case of object was accusative except in structures without an overt subject like 2nd person imperative.
When we saw the trust's advert for Taz we were surprised because samoyeds are an expensive pedigree dog and aren't usually abandoned," said Mrs Dean.
John and Frances Dean, of Sheriff Road, adopted Taz, a three-year-old pedigree samoyed, from the Rugby Animal Trust kennels in April.
Today, Beverely is a household name, with even less time, but every spare minute is spent with her Samoyeds.
Today Bev is a household name, with even less time but every spare minute is spent with her Samoyeds.
Diane Hargis sends her two Samoyeds, Natasha and Nick to Paradise Ranch, a `tropically landscaped' doggy daycare and spa facility, with its own fountains, waterfalls and pool for pets to paddle in.
Research has shown that many varieties of domestic dogs, ranging from samoyeds to salukis, have the same chromosomes and have evolved from the wolf.
The care home manager, who is barking mad for baking, conjured up her creation of Daisy the snowy white Samoyed.
The Story of Rex of White Way: The Blizzard King" tells the story of a Samoyed breed dog who over the course of eleven years saved countless lives of many people as a sled dog throughout the frozen winter months and made a major difference through hard work and perseverance.