The eager to please, German Shorthaired Pointer is an excellent all-purpose hunting dog. This medium-sized hunter was developed in Germany. They are known for their liver color and white spots.
Dog Breed Information
The category Dog Breed Information is a collection of dog breed information sheets and articles. These information sheets are detailing the breeds that are recognized in at least one country by a registered dog club. The articles are stringently edited and only the most scholarly trusted sources are accessed for information. This way you know you are getting the most up-to-date resource for each recognized dog breed.
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The Affenpinscher dates back to the 1600s and is originally from Germany. These cute little monkey faced dogs are affectionate, bold and fiesty!
The Icelandic sheepdog is a true herding dog. They were bred to herd sheep on farms in the harsh and mountainous rural landscape of Iceland.
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Rat Terriers are great little companions. They get along just fine with children, other dogs, and even cats.
The American Foxhound is a very loving and affectionate dog breed. They were originally bred for hunting fox.
The Norfolk Terrier is the smallest of the terriers, however they are the kindest of the breeds. They make excellent family dogs, and get along great with children.