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Border collie

The world's most popular shepherd dog.

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Golden Retriever

One of the world's most popular dog breeds.

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Labrador retriever

A friendly and social dog breed, who loves water, needs lots of activity and forms strong bonds with its owner.

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German shepherd

Versatile and hard-working dogs that can be used for «everything».

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Calm, friendly, loyal, kind, and brave companion dogs.

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Siberian husky

Siberian huskies are adventurous, intelligent, energetic, independent, active, and herd-oriented working dogs.

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Havanese dog

The Havanese dog is an alert, intelligent, energetic, loving, and playful dog who wants to be part of everything related to its family.

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Pomeranian

Don't be fooled by their size.

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Boxer

Many things can be said about Boxers, but the fact that we grow up fast is not one of them.

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Irish setter

Hunting dog with baffling work capacity.

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English setter

The breed, English Setter, is over 400 years old and derives from Great Britain. It's perfect for bird hunting.

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Dalmatian

The Dalmatian is a great company dog but can also be used for a lot thanks to its versatile personality.

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Hovawart

A versatile family dog who can adapt most situations.

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Finnish Lapphund

Active, playful, social, calm, cuddly, robust and overall healthy dog. Amongst the world's most versatile breeds.

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Australian shepherd

Versatile, loyal, friendly, awake, social, and lively shepherd dog.

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French bulldog

Do you have a good sense of humour? You may want to consider getting a French bulldog

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Jack russell terrier

A tiny but great companion with huge potential.

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Cocker spaniel

A fantastic family dog who loves to be the centre of attention.

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a loving, kind, and lively companion dog.

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Danish-Swedish Farmdog

Danish-Swedish farm dogs are social, active, friendly, cuddly, and independent.

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Gordon setter

The Gordon Setter is more than just a perfect hunting dog

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Tibetian spaniel

Tibetan Spaniels are large dogs in a small format.

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Shetland sheepdog

Shetland Sheepdog, or "Sheltie" are pleasant, friendly, calm, and cooperative companion dogs.

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Chihuahua (long hair)

Chihuahua is the smallest dog breed in the world, but despite our size, we have rich personalities.

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Saint Bernard

Do not be intimidated by our massive size! Even though we can weigh up to 100 kilos, we are as kind as kind can be.

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Whippet

Are you looking for a medium-sized greyhound suitable for first-time owners? Then you should read more about the Whippet.

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Brittany Spaniel

The Breton is an excellent bird dog made for hunting.

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Norwegian Elkhound

Norwegian elkhound (grey) is a brave and energetic hunting dog suitable for active owners.

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Dandie Dinmont Terrier

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Chow chow

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Maltese dog

I am among the oldest miniature dogs in the world.

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Beagle

We are pure-bred hunting dogs who are experts in hare hunting but also hunt foxes, deer, and roe deer. We do this with the help of our fantastic sense of smell.

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Afghan greyhound

We are considered by many as ‘the world’s oldest dog breed’. It is claimed, among other things, that the dogs’ representative on Noah’s Ark was an Afghan hound.

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Newfoundland dog

Do not be intimidated by our bear-like appearance; we are kind as the day is long.

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German Pointer (shorthaired)

German Pointer (short hair) are hunting dogs that fit well into active families. We don't mind the company, as long as we get our daily exercise!

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Nova scotia duck tolling retriever

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Eurasier

Eurasians are medium-sized dogs in the family of Spitz dogs. The breed is known for its intelligence, loyalty, and friendliness.

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Norwegian hound

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Bichon Frise

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Bernese Mountain Dog

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Alaskan Malamute

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Shih tzu

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Drever

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Samoyed

White, elegant, robust, calm, friendly, social, attentive, and persevering are words that in all modesty describe the Samoyed dogs.

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Tibetan terrier

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Sealyham terrier

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Papillon

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Phalène

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Irish terrier

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Grand danois

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Lapponian Herder

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Pug

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Lagotto romagnolo

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Hamilton Hound

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Spanish water dog

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Portuguese Water Dog

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Doberman Pinscher

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Pointer

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Skye terrier

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Parson russell terrier

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American hairless terrier

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Croatian sheepdog

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Yorkshire terrier

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Rottweiler

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Welsh Corgi Pembroke

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Akita

Akita is a large and elegant companion dog. It is one of Japan's national dog breeds.

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Boston terrier

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English springer spaniel

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Weimaraner

The Weimaraner is a standing bird dog best suited for hunters.

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Rhodesian ridgeback

Rhodesian Ridgebacks are majestic, smart, loyal, and companion dogs.

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Leonberger

The Leonberger, or "lion dog", is a large and muscular companion dog.

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Pyrenean Sheepdog

A hard-working shepherd with high durability, impressive agility, and friendly manners? That’s the Pyrenean Shepherd.

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Puli

Is it a living floor mop? Or a Rastafarian sheep? No, it's a Puli. A charming, humorous, and versatile dog breed.

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Glen of Imaal Terrier

A large dog in a small format.

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Cesky Terrier

The Cesky Terrier was originally bred to be ratters and mousers. Today they are companion dogs.

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Lakeland Terrier

Lakeland terriers were originally bred as hunting dogs. Today they are mostly companion dogs.

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Fox terrier

Excellent hunter and family dog.

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Borzoi

Borzoi (formerly known as the Russian greyhound) is a large greyhound that was previously used for hunting. Today, the breed is primarily companion dogs.

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Flat-Coated Retriever

The popular family dog is described as the Peter Pan of dogs.

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Dogue de bordeaux

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Poodle

Docile, friendly, intelligent, and versatile family dog.

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