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Every breed was created for a reason, and the companion dogs are no exception.
The dogs in this category were developed to control large flocks of sheep or herds of cattle.
Hounds are perhaps the oldest type of hunting dog. Two types exist: those who hunt by sight, and those who hunt by scent– scent hounds.
What separates a schnoodle or a goldendoodle from its purebred kin?
Meet the real underdog, the one far more likely to end up in a shelter than a purebred.
Active and alert, Sporting dogs are the hunters of the dog world: the Pointers, Retrievers, Setters, and Spaniels.
Terriers are the rascals of the dog world. Their name comes from the Latin word terra, meaning earth.
The diverse dogs represented in this group were bred to perform a variety of tasks from guarding people, property, and livestock to pulling carts or sleds.
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