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The Yorkshire Terrier is a tiny teacup dog that weighs under seven pounds, and is very smart and playful, and a brave and effective watch dog. Read
The Yorkshire Terrier is a tiny teacup dog that weighs under seven pounds, and is very smart and playful, and a brave and effective watch dog.
The West Highland White Terrier, also called a Westie, is obedient, affectionate, trainable, and is an excellent watch dog.
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 Tibetan Terrier was bred and raised in the Tibetan monasteries 20 centuries ago, and evolved to become a loving companion and dependable alert dog.
The Welsh Springer Spaniel is a great hunter's companion, due to its talent of rustling game from bushes.
The Bull Terrier is a lovely mixture of the Old English Terrier and the Bulldog, and was originally bred for bull baiting.
The Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen come from the Vendee region of France, are great diggers, and have a very heightened sense of smell, even for a dog.
The Dalmatian has a fuzzy origin, but is believed to have occupied time in the Adriatic Sea region, India, and even Vatican City.
The Neapolitan Mastiff is a huge breed with a lineage going back to Alexander the Great, and is intelligent, fearless, calm and protective.
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 Lakeland Terrier, one of the oldest known terriers, is very easily adapted to most living situations, and excels at hunting, tracking and being a good watchdog.
The Komondor has an undetermined origin, is known for its distinct corded coat, and is an independent, sullen breed, not ideal for a family pet.
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 Italian Greyhound has a rich history, dating back four thousand years top the Egyptians, who mummified them.
The Irish terrier was originally bred for hunting rats on farms, and later on was used to deliver messages during WWI.
The Glen of Imaal dog is from the Glen of Imaal, Ireland, and has been bred for its excellence in hunting vermin, and makes a good family companion.
The Hungarian Vizsla was originally bred for hunting, and almost became extinct during WWII, but was saved by the Hungarians, who were able to flee the occupation.
The Havanese, a favorite among Cuban Aristocrats, is a great companion due to its gentle and loving demeanor.
The Giant Schnauzer was developed in Germany, and has been shown to excel at herding cattle and working as military guard dogs.
The Greyhound dog is considered the fastest dog in the world, originally bred for hunting, but is now often bred for racing.
The Great Pyrenees originates from mountain dogs, and was a favorite choice of French nobility, and was raised for protecting sheep, rescuing people, pulling sledge, and aiding during war-time.
The Golden Retiever was developed in Scotland for the purpose of hunting, and now makes for a smart and playful family pet.
The German Pinscher, bred for guarding, clearing out vermin, protecting coaches, as well as herding livestock, is brave and trainable.
The French Bulldog is a small bulldog, once popular with prostitutes, then later daring aristocrats in France.