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The Pointer is highly effective at locating prey, and has been a beloved breed of the aristocrats in the United Kingdom.
The Miniature Pinscher is a mix of various terriers, including the Dachshund, and is incredibly loyal, while also easily trained.
The Jack Russell Terrier was originally bred by a priest, who needed help hunting small game, and with the aggressive personality, it excelled at the sport.
The Irish Setter has been selectively bred to be a great hunter, has an excellent sense of smell, and makes for a loving companion.
The Giant Schnauzer was developed in Germany, and has been shown to excel at herding cattle and working as military guard dogs.
The English Springer Spaniel originated as a hunting companion in the Renaissance, and named for its propensity to spring at bushes to rustle out the animals.
The Border Collie originates from the Bristish Isles and is known for being incredibly smart, agile, and trainable.
The Belgian Shepherd dog is one out of four in the Belgian category, and was perfected by a breeder in Groenendael, Belgium.
The Beagle dog has a history in England of companionship with the royals, who continued to breed them into excellent hunters.
The Australian Silky terrier is a mix of the Australian Terrier and the Yorkshire Terrier, and makes a very good watchdog
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