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The Old English Sheepdog is a great watchdog, retriever and herder, is absent a tail, and is loving and gentle.
The Lakeland Terrier, one of the oldest known terriers, is very easily adapted to most living situations, and excels at hunting, tracking and being a good watchdog.
The Kerry Blue Terrier, originally from County Kerry Ireland, has since become Ireland's national terrier, bred as a farm herder.
The Gordon Setter was developed in Scotland, was made popular by the Duke of Gordon, and is a great hunting companion.
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, although a small dog, is considered a large toy breed, that has a playful and sporty spirit.
The Briard originates from the French region of Brie, and proved extremely useful to the military due to great hearing and hunting.
The Boston Terrier is considered a true American breed, created by mixing the English Bulldog and the White English Terrier, resulting in a loving trainable breed.
The Bedlington Terrier is a mix between the Bedlington dog and Rothbury terrier, resulting in the unusual looking hunter.
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