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German Pinscher

MEDIUM DOG BREED

German Pinscher

Often mistaken for a young Doberman because of the close physical resemblance, the German Pinscher is rare in the United States and Canada.

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German Shepherd Dog

LARGE DOG BREED

German Shepherd Dog

The German Shepherd Dog breed was developed in Germany in the late 19th century to herd and to assist police and soldiers. The breed was originally found on German farms, and its type was standardized in the 1890s by a German cavalry officer, Capt.

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German Shorthaired Pointer

MEDIUM DOG BREED

German Shorthaired Pointer

This handsome, all-purpose gundog was developed in Germany for the sportsman who wanted a companion that could hunt either fur or feather, on land or over water.

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German Wirehaired Pointer

MEDIUM DOG BREED

German Wirehaired Pointer

Toward the end of the 19th century, when European sportsmen wanted a particular type of hunting dog, they created it. In Germany a wirecoated all-purpose gundog that could withstand rugged working conditions and hunt dangerous quarry was desired.

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Giant Schnauzer

LARGE DOG BREED

Giant Schnauzer

Tallest of the three Schnauzers, the Giant is a good-looking bearded dog that is thought to have originated in Bavaria near Munich, where it was called the Munchener. The breed's history traces to the late 1800s when it developed from what is now the Standard Schnauzer.

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Glen of Imaal Terrier

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Glen of Imaal Terrier

This tough little Irish scrapper takes its name from its place of origin in County Wicklow. The breed was developed to be used against badgers and foxes, and its courage is legendary.

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Golden Retriever

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is a breed of British origin, developed in the mid-19th century by a Scotsman, Sir Dudley Marjoribanks, who later became Lord Tweedmouth. A medium-size hunting dog they excel at retrieving fowl for hunters.

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Gordon Setter

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Gordon Setter

The Duke of Gordon developed the Gordon, the only Scottish setter, as a working setter early in the 19th century. The Gordon Setter's rugged build was well suited to working in dense cover in all weather.

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Great Dane

LARGE DOG BREED

Great Dane

The Great Dane is great in size, heart and nobility. Ignore the latter part of the name, though. This giant breed is not of Danish origin but was developed in Germany, where it was used to hunt big game, patrol estates and as a war dog.

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Great Pyrenees

LARGE DOG BREED

Great Pyrenees

The Great Pyrenees is an elegant, longhaired, gentle giant. Owners credit the Pyr with the ability to sense danger, thus determining the trustworthiness of individuals it encounters. A calm dog with dignity, the Pyr has guarded families and flocks in the Pyrenean mountains for centuries.

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Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

LARGE DOG BREED

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, or Swissy to its friends, is one of the four breeds known as the Swiss Sennenhunde (others being Bernese Mountain Dog, Appenzeller and Entlebucher). The versatile Swissy drove cattle, protected their people and even fought in battle.

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Greyhound

LARGE DOG BREED

Greyhound

One of the world's swiftest dogs and probably one of the most ancient breeds, the Greyhound has lived among us 4,000 to 7,000 years.

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