Breeds

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The Portuguese Water Dog

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The Australian Shepherd

Today’s Australian Shepherd continues to demonstrate those traits of working sense, high intelligence, and physical ability, making it the breed of choice for many owners who are passionate about canine sports such as agility, herding trials, and obedience. more
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The Boxer

Boxer dogs are elegant in appearance, athletic and courageous, love to play the fool, find fun in everything they do, and just generally resist taking things too seriously. more
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The Dachshund

No doubt about it: the Dachshund is probably the world's most recognizable dog breed. From toddlers to octogenarians, everyone knows the funny little fellow with the sausage body, stubby legs, and waving tail. more
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The French Bulldog

A dog breed that is "well behaved, adaptable, active, alert, and playful, but not unduly boistrous." more
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The Golden Retriever

There's something particularly heart-melting about this dog: these bundles of wriggling blond fur, with their oversized paws, soft brown eyes, alert tails and, of course, velvet floppy ears. more
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The Bouvier des Flandres

It is true that these dogs, like bears, tend to carry their heads low to the ground, and they are also shaggy, and black, and large. But Bouviers aren't that large. more
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The Bulldog

Bulldogs are "like little human beings. They are fabulous with children, they are comical and they do things no other dog can do. They snore, they pass gas. They are always very proud of what they can do." more
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The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

By the early 1900s, the area around Little River in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, was being credited with having produced a unique type medium-sized, rusty-brown dog that bred "true" -hence the dog breed's first unofficial name, "Little River Duck Dog." more
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The Labrador Retriever

The high popularity of the Lab as a dog breed is due in large part to its great versatility combined with a typically easygoing, amiable temperament. more

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