The Bostillon is from pure breed parents, the Boston Terrier and the Papillon, also known as the Continental Toy Spaniel. The Boston Terrier, a sturdy but lithe, dapper little dog, originated from its namesake city and is one of the more popular pet and companion dogs in the US. Bred only in the late 1800's, … Read more


The Bostalian is the result of crossing a Boston terrier with an Italian Greyhound. Both small dogs, the Boston Terrier and Italian Greyhound are primarily known for their companionship, although the Italian Greyhound may offer more in terms of athleticism and agility than the Boston Terrier. The Boston Terrier, named for the city of its … Read more


The Bordoodle is a cross between a Border Collie and a Poodle purebreds and these dogs are hybrid by birth. They are medium sized dogs and have a low or no shedding coat. The coat comes in black, white, chocolate and cream colours. They are very good family dogs but need to be trained from … Read more

Border Collie Pyrenees

The Border Collie Pyrenees is a cross between two superb herding and working breeds. The Border Collie, topping Cohen's rank of intelligence in dogs, has long been a favorite for herding, driving and guarding livestock due to its high natural instinct for herding and trainability. Its origins are in the area around the border of … Read more

Border Collie

The Border Collie comes from Northumberland in Scotland. The breed is a descendant from spaniel and some old British driving breeds. This is an outstanding herder and excels in agility. Considered as the most trainable of all breeds, the Border Collie is also used as a bomb and drug detector, a police worker, for search … Read more

Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier was developed about a hundred years ago in Airedale in Yorkshire, England from crosses between the now extinct English Black and Tan Terrier and the Otter hound (to make him a better swimmer). The Airedale Terrier are the largest and the 'king of terriers', he is probably the most versatile of all … Read more