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  • Dog Chow

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    Dog Chow is a name brand of dog food marketed and manufactured by Nestlé Purina PetCare. The brand is offered worldwide as dry dog foods, in numerous formulas including one for young dogs, called "Puppy Chow", one for elderly dogs, called "Senior 7+", and a weight maintenance formula called "Light and healthy". It was first introduced in 1957, and only took two years to become the leading brand sold in the United States. The "Chow" brand has been extended to other types of pet food, including Puppy Chow, Cat Chow, and Kitten Chow.

  • Shih Tzu

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    A Shih Tzu (, ; ), also known as the Chrysanthemum Dog, is a toy dog breed, weighing from 4 to 7.25 kilograms (9–16 lbs) when fully grown. The breed developed in China. The exact origin is unknown and is thought to have originated in the Tibetan Plateau.

  • List of U.S. state dogs

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    A map of the USA showing in red which states have a specified dog breed as an official symbol Thirteen states of the United States have designated an official state dog breed. Maryland was the first state to name a dog breed as a state symbol, naming the Chesapeake Bay Retriever in 1964. Pennsylvania followed the year after, naming the Great Dane as its official breed. Dog breeds are mostly affiliated with the states that they originated in. North Carolina chose the Plott Hound as it was the only dog breed indigenous to the state. Other official state dogs also are indigenous to their state, including the Boston Terrier (Massachusetts) and the Alaskan Malamute (Alaska). Pennsylvania selected the Great Dane not because of its origin, but because it was introduced by early settlers in the state to be used as a hunting and working dog; it was chosen over the Beagle, which was also proposed around the same time. Two of the more recent successful campaigns to name a state dog have been started by schoolchildren.

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