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The Siberian Husky was brought to Alaska as a highly effective sled dog, which led to the amazing Balto, who delivered medicine to a remote Alaskan town suffering from diptheria, saving the people.
The Weimaraner, also called the Silver Ghost, was bred for tracking and hunting, and due to its intelligence, and friendly disposition, makes a great companion.
The Poodle has a history of four hundred years of breeding, known for their innate abilities in showmanship, and unusual haircuts.
The Pointer is highly effective at locating prey, and has been a beloved breed of the aristocrats in the United Kingdom.
Otterhounds have been companions to Kings for generations, and excel at hunting and controlling the otter population.
The Old English Sheepdog is a great watchdog, retriever and herder, is absent a tail, and is loving and gentle.
The Labrador Retriever is believed to originate from Newfoundland, bred to assist fisherman, but later for hunting, and now is a top choice for a housepet, due to itheir docile and playful personality.
The Keeshond originates from the Netherlands, and was used to guard boats, then became the mascot of the patriot forces during the Dutch rebellion.
The Irish Water dog is thought to be a mix of Poodle and Irish Setter, creating a great duck hunter and an incredible swimmer.
The Irish Setter has been selectively bred to be a great hunter, has an excellent sense of smell, and makes for a loving companion.
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