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Sugar cookie dog cologne

The "Sugar Cookie" dog is a dog breed that was created by a husband and wife team, Richard and Karen Hines in the mid 1970s, as an improved version of the Basset Hound and the Cocker Spaniel. In the 1970s, the couple wanted to have a toy breed dog but were limited as to what they could buy. As a result, the dog they created was a cross between their own dogs and the Basset Hound. The Hines' Sugar Cookie is a small dog, weighing between 9 to 14 pounds and between 18 and 26 inches. The Hines' Sugar Cookie dog was the first in the UK to be given a breed standard in 1988.

Breed standard

Appearance

The standard size is 22.5 cm or 9 inches. The height at the withers is between 14 and 17 inches. The Sugar Cookie dog has a head with a broad skull and wide cheeks. Their eyes are round and amber. The tail is docked at six inches. The ears are slightly rounded with a long ear hair length between 5 and 7 inches. The fur is short. The skin is very smooth. The ears may have a small dewlap. The hair coat is not longer than 5 inches and it is very soft. There may be some undercoat. They are generally black, brown, fawn or tan.

The "Sugar Cookie" dog is an energetic breed and requires regular exercise and mental stimulation. They are a working dog, but should be a family pet.

Temperament

The "Sugar Cookie" is very intelligent, alert and active. They are loving, devoted and extremely affectionate. They are excellent watchdogs. They are very active and love playing. They can be extremely sensitive to cold. They are very eager to please and get a great deal of affection. They are generally obedient and eager to please. They do not tolerate children and can be very protective.

Health

There are no hereditary problems or health issues in the "Sugar Cookie" breed. The average life expectancy of the "Sugar Cookie" is between 15 and 17 years. They have a fairly low rate of hip dysplasia. They are susceptible to cataracts.

History

The "Sugar Cookie" dog was named after its creator, Richard and Karen Hines. In 1975, they found their first puppy that they could call their own. In 1984, the "Sugar Cookie" won the AKC's Grand Champion Showdog. In 1985, the Hines' Sugar Cookie won the UKC's Best in Show, and in 1989, the "Sugar Cookie" won UKC's Best of Breed. In 1995, the Hines' Sugar Cookie won UKC's Best in Show, in 1996, the Hines' Sugar Cookie won the AKC's Sporting Group, and in 2001, the Hines' Sugar Cookie won AKC's Best in Show. The Hines' Sugar Cookie was awarded the honor of "Canine of the Millennium" in 1999. The Hines' Sugar Cookie was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1991 as the "American Dog of the Year."

Show history

The Hines' Sugar Cookie is a breed club show dog. They are a rare breed and are in demand for show competition. In the UK, the "Sugar Cookie" won the National Canine Championship in 2005. The Hines' Sugar Cookie was placed at the top of the AKC "Canine of the Year" in 2000, in 2001, the Hines' Sugar Cookie was placed at the top of the AKC "Canine of the Year" in 2001, and in 2006, the Hines' Sugar Cookie was placed at the top of the AKC "Canine of the Year" and won the AKC's "Bos Taurus World Championships." In the UK, the "Sugar Cookie" won the National Canine Championship in 2007 and won the National Dog Show in 2008. In the UK, the "Sugar Cookie" has been named as "Breed of the Year" every year since 2004. In the US, the "Sugar Cookie" won the AKC's "Canine of the Year" in 2000 and 2003.

Temperament

The "Sugar Cookie" is an intelligent, alert and active breed. They are very loving and devoted to their families and other dogs. They are very affectionate. They are very protective of their owners and will guard them against intruders. They are also very loyal to their owners. They are eager to please and get a great deal of affection. They are generally obedient and eager to please. They are generally tolerant of children but can be very protective.

Health

There are no hereditary problems or health issues in the "Sugar Cookie" breed. The average life expectancy of the "Sugar Cookie" is between 15 and 17 years. They have a fairly low rate of hip dysplasia. They are susceptible to cataracts.

History

The Hines' Sugar Cookie was created by husband and wife team, Richard and Karen Hines, as a superior version of the Basset Hound and the Cocker Spaniel. In the 1970s, the couple wanted to have a toy breed dog but were limited as to what they could buy. As a result, the dog they created was a cross between their own dogs and the Basset Hound. The Hines' Sugar Cookie is a small dog, weighing between 9 and 14 pounds and between 18 and 26 inches. The Hines' Sugar Cookie dog was the first in the UK to be given a breed standard in 1988.

Show history

The Hines' Sugar Cookie is a breed club show dog. They are a rare breed and are in demand for show competition. In the UK, the "Sugar Cookie" won the National Canine Championship in 2005. The Hines' Sugar Cookie was placed at the top of the AKC "Canine of the Year" in 2000, in 2001, the Hines' Sugar Cookie was placed at the top of the AKC "Canine of the Year" in 2001, and in 2006, the Hines'


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