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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 Cocker Spaniel is believed to originate from the United Kingdom, and made its way to America in the 1800s, primarily bred for hunting.
The Cesky Terrier was bred as a brave hunter, and is playful, lighthearted and affectionate.
The Bull Terrier is a lovely mixture of the Old English Terrier and the Bulldog, and was originally bred for bull baiting.
The Brittany Spaniel gets its name because it originates from the Brittany region of France, and due to its high intelligence and friendly demeanor, it makes a great family pet.
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 Border Terrier originates from the Cheviot Hills, the land around the England Scotland border, and has been bred for hunting excellence.
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 Bedlington Terrier is a mix between the Bedlington dog and Rothbury terrier, resulting in the unusual looking hunter.
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