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The Black and Tan Coonhound was created by George Washington, and named based on the breed's propensity to chase racoons.
The Belgian Tervuren is a subcategory of the Belgian Shepherd, and is an intelligent, versatile, obedient, serious, watchful, protective, and territorial breed.
The Belgian Malinois is a subcategory of the Belgian Sheepdog, and was bred mainly to herd and guard sheep, but are very affectionate to their people.
The Australian Shepherd is actually from Western North America, bred for herding and guarding, and known for its retrieving and rescuing.
The American Water Spaniel has a fuzzy origin, but is known to have been a hunting and farm dog in the Midwest United States, especially Wisconsin and Minnesota.
The American Staffordshire Terrier is the show version of the Pit Bull, having intentionally been bred thicker and with a bigger head than earlier versions.
The American Foxhound is a mix between two breeds, French and English, and due to their excellent smell-detection and quick chasing skills, is widely considered as efficient and untiring hunters.
The Pit Bull gets its name from how well it performs in pit fights, due to its tenacity and strength.
The American Bulldog is a descendent of the English Bulldog, and has been selectively bred for specific traits, including bravery and action in the face of danger.
The Collie originates from the United Kingdom, and is an accomplished herd dog, war dog, sled dog, sports dog, search and rescue dog, hunting dog, and companion dog.
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