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 Can donkeys breed?

Answer Donkeys, like other mammals, are capable of reproduction. This requires a female (called a Jenny) and a male (called a Jack). The Jack ejaculates semen into the Jenny, who then has a chance to carr... Read More »
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What breed of dog is considered the oldest American breed?

The American foxhound is thought to be the oldest American dog breed. The breed originated in 1650, and was officially recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1886. The American foxhound is consi... Read More »
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Which breed of dog is the tallest known breed?

According to the American Kennel Club, the tallest dog breed is the Irish Wolfhound at approximately 32 to 34 inches tall. Although the Irish Wolfhound breed as a whole is considered the tallest, t... Read More »
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How to Identify What Breed of Dog Is in a Mixed Breed?

According to The Dog Owner's Guide, the majority of dogs in the world are mixed breeds. This means that, unlike purebred dogs, they have more than one breed in their bloodlines. While there are sta... Read More »
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How do donkeys sleep?

Donkeys are similar enough to horses that the two can breed, but they can't produce fertile offspring. Like horses, donkeys are able to sleep in a few different ways and the way they choose to sle... Read More »
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