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The Greyhound dog is considered the fastest dog in the world, originally bred for hunting, but is now often bred for racing.
The Gordon Setter was developed in Scotland, was made popular by the Duke of Gordon, and is a great hunting companion.
The Golden Retiever was developed in Scotland for the purpose of hunting, and now makes for a smart and playful family pet.
The German Shepherd was specifically bred to have the best features of the breed, and was used on both sides of both World Wars.
The English Setter was born when a Spanish Pointer and a French Pointer were bred together, creating an extremely smart, gentle and effective hunter.
The Dalmatian has a fuzzy origin, but is believed to have occupied time in the Adriatic Sea region, India, and even Vatican City.
The Chow Chow dog has a rich history as companion of Chinese Emperors, but is believed to have been developed by Siberians or Mongolians.
The Chesapeake Bay Retriever originates from the Maryland coast after the Maryland retrievers mixed with the English Newfoundland after a shipwreck.
The Bull Terrier is a lovely mixture of the Old English Terrier and the Bulldog, and was originally bred for bull baiting.
The Briard originates from the French region of Brie, and proved extremely useful to the military due to great hearing and hunting.
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