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Virtual Pet Dog, Adopt A Virtual Dog

Q: What is a virtual dog?

A: Virtual dogs or digital puppies give you the fun and satisfaction of taking care of a pet without the hassle and expense that a real dog entails.

You can feed, walk, bathe and care for your virtual dog at various websites.

In today's online world virtual dogs are dominating the world of virtual or digital pets. Pick up a v dog today.

Tips and tricks for virtual dogs.

  1. Playing with your dog will raise its Happiness score. Your dog will lose one Happiness point every day, so to keep it's level at 10/10 simply play with your dog once each day.
  2. Make sure to feed and give your virtual dog water or it will likely lose health.
  3. Remember to exercise your pet dog or it will lose fitness.
  4. Health is simply how healthy your dogís eyes, ears, hips, and elbows are. They can get a rating of Poor, Fair, Good, or Excellent, Poor being the worst and Excellent being the best. Better health stats can help your dog perform better in shows.
  5. In most games you can buy accessories and toys for your pet dog. Sometimes even clothes and glasses. You may have to earn the credits in the game itself to purchase these items.
  6. Most V Dogs can be bathed and taken care of like real life pets.
  1. Afghan: An elegant, almost majestic looking hound.
  2. Akita: Our friend from cold, snowy Japan.
  3. American Staffordshire Terrier: Loyal, courageous and rugged.
  4. American Eskimo: A bright white companion who loves the snow.
  5. American Pit Bull Terrier: Not as vicious as made out to be, sturdy breed.
  6. Australian Shepherds: A born herding dog, highly intelligent.
  7. Australian Cattle Dog: A working manís dog from the land down under
  8. Basset Hound: Floppy ears on this low lying hound make him famous.
  9. Beagle: The Beagle sings a merry tune as he follows his nose through life
  10. Belgian sheep-herding dogs: Versatile, enthusiastic, hard-working, and lovely to look at
  11. Bernese Mountain Dog: Stunning to look at, easy to own
  12. Bichon Frisť: Energy and affection in a powder-puff package
  13. Border Collie: The workaholic dog with a strong desire to please man
  14. Bostonís terrier: A truly American breed.
  15. Borzoi: The gentle Borzoi is strong, swift and supremely graceful
  16. Boxer: Sleek and muscular, the Boxer is a loyal family guard. A powerful breed
  17. Briard: A strong and gentle heart wrapped in fur
  18. Brittany: A happy-go-lucky hunting companion and family pet
  19. Bulldog: A stout classic working breed.
  20. Chihuahua: The famous tiny dog who thinks he's a big dog, can you say "Yo Quiero Taco Bell".
  21. Chow Chow: Our friend from the Orient
  22. Cocker Spaniel: A popular pet with a merry disposition, family favorite.
  23. Collie: Bright and brainy with a gentle demeanor
  24. Dachshund: Delightful, dynamic and droll; a family dog
  25. Dalmatian: Famous from the movies and firehouses everywhere, unmistakable spots.
  26. Doberman Pinscher: The quintessential guard dog.
  27. English Springer Spaniel: A versatile hunter and pet; a happy-go-luck charmer
  28. English Setter: A gentle breed of bird dog.
  29. Fox Terrier: Happy yet mischievous at the same time.
  30. German Shepherd: Highly intelligent, hard working and classy.


  1. Golden Retriever: Known as the best family dog around.
  2. Great Pyrenees: A shepherd's dog and a family companion
  3. Great Dane: A regal, gentle guardian in giant's clothing
  4. Greyhound: Swift, sweet, and graceful at home and in the field
  5. Siberian Husky: Famous Iditarod sled puller.
  6. Jack Russell Terrier: Legendary fox hunter is vigorous, scrappy, and bold
  7. Kerry Blue Terrier: Ireland's National Dog
  8. Labrador Retriever: A good family dog for an active household
  9. Leonberger: A German workhorse.
  10. Malamute: Durable, faithful, intelligent working companion
  11. Miniature Pinscher: King of Toys or court jester, this tiny might needs a firm hand and a sense of humor
  12. Newfoundland: Jolly giants.
  13. Papillon: Favorite of the European courts.
  14. Poodle: 3 sizes to love. Standard, Miniature and Toy.
  15. Pug: Playful, charming, and dignified--- A lot of dog in a little package
  16. Rhodesian Ridgeback: Africaís big tough lion dog
  17. Rottweiler: A tough, dependable companion with a heart of gold
  18. Samoyed: Beauty and brains in a white fur coat
  19. Miniature Schnauzer: Salt and pepper mischief-maker is delightful family pet
  20. Scottish Terrier: Independent and self-reliant; a spirited companion
  21. Shar-Pei: Wrinkled masterpiece from Asia.
  22. Shetland Sheepdog: Bright, happy-go-lucky herding dogs are devoted companions
  23. Shih Tzu: Royal dignity and loving affection
  24. Spaniels: Happy-go-lucky hunters and companions, spaniels have something for every dog lover
  25. St. Bernard: The heart and soul of a gentle giant
  26. Weimaraner: The gray ghost of field and family room
  27. Welsh Corgi: Small dogs with big dog hearts
  28. Welsh Terrier: Britain's oldest breed
  29. Wheaten Terrier: Irish legends come alive for modern owners
  30. The Whippet: Originally used to hunt rabbits, relative of the greyhound.
  31. Yorkshire Terrier - A playful, pint sized, toy terrier. - -