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Neapolitan Mastiff

LARGE DOG BREED

Neapolitan Mastiff

The massive, solid Neapolitan Mastiff is an imposing hulk of a dog, and it's meant to be. A writer during the days of the Roman Empire described the ideal guard dog for the house as visible during daylight hours and able to fade into the shadows at night to attack without being seen.

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New Guinea Singing Dog

MEDIUM DOG BREED

New Guinea Singing Dog

The New Guinea Singing Dog, a very rare breed, is a native to the central highlands of the island of New Guinea. This breed shares many traits with the Australian Dingo. The NGSD is small, weighing about 20 to 30 pounds.

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Newfoundland

LARGE DOG BREED

Newfoundland

The Newfie is a robust, family-loving dog, equally at home in the water and on land. This large, strong, active dog is capable of heavy work, yet the breed's gentleness, even temper and devotion make the Newf an ideal companion for child or adult.

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Norfolk Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Norfolk Terrier

This drop-eared version of the Norwich Terrier, the Norfolk is a small, active teddy bear of a dog that is an amusing companion, easy to care for, and a good watchdog. Its background is identical to that of the Norwich.

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Norrbottenspets

Norrbottenspets

This diminutive spitz breed from Sweden is likely descended from small hunting dogs that lived in ancient times with the hunters of the Nordic region. Natural selection ensured that only the fittest dogs would reach maturity and procreate.

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Norwegian Buhund

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Norwegian Buhund

The Buhund is one of the earliest known Nordic herding types, although it was not officially recognized until the 20th century.

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Norwegian Elkhound

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Norwegian Elkhound

Honored as the national dog of Norway, the Norwegian Elkhound descends from spitz-type dogs that have been known in Scandinavia since Viking times (800-1000 AD). In its country of origin, the Elkhound has been used to pull sleds, tend flocks, guard home and family, and as a mountain rescue dog.

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Norwegian Lundehund

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Norwegian Lundehund

Also known as the Norwegian Puffin Dog, the Lundehund is among the world's rarest of dogs. Distinctive physical characteristics enabled Lundehunds to excel at hunting. They have six toes on each foot, including two dewclaws. These extra toes enable the dogs to climb steep rock formations.

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Norwich Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Norwich Terrier

Like its drop-eared sibling the Norfolk, the Norwich Terrier is game and hardy, a fun-loving family pet. This working terrier of East Anglia originated during the 19th century and was probably developed by crossing small specimens of the Irish Terrier with other short-legged terrier breeds.

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Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is a specialist with waterfowl, and its onshore antics lure curious birds within firing range while the hunter waits in ambush.

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