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Spinone Italiano

LARGE DOG BREED

Spinone Italiano

Believe it or not, the Spinone is a dog, not an ice cream flavor. As its name implies, it's a native of Italy. The breed is somewhat rare in the U.S., but has many devoted followers.

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Stabyhoun

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Stabyhoun

Long ago, the people of the province of Friesland in the Netherlands used a versatile, intelligent sporting dog at home and in the field. The Stabyhoun, also called the Frisian Pointer, is thought to have descended from spaniels brought in by the Spanish during the mid 1500s.

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

With the tenacity of the Old English Bulldog and the fire of the terrier, the original Bull and Terrier was bred in Britain as a pit fighter, a job at which the dogs excelled for more than 175 years.

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Standard Schnauzer

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Standard Schnauzer

The word schnauzer is German for "whiskered snout," which this breed surely has. This is the oldest and the original member of the Schnauzer family from which the other two sizes, the Giant and the Miniature, were developed.

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Sussex Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Sussex Spaniel

The Sussex is a spaniel with an attitude. It's solid, strong and bullheaded, with a somber and serious expression, but underneath lies a cheerful dog with a great sense of humor, at least as it regards other dogs and people.

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Swedish Vallhund

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Swedish Vallhund

This small, hardy spitz breed may date to the Vikings and be a precursor to the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Intelligent, energetic and trainable, it's a fine cattle herder and watchdog with a sound, sweet temperament.

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Teddy Roosevelt Terrier

Teddy Roosevelt Terrier

A rare breed developed in the United States, the Teddy Roosevelt Terrier is descended from English terriers and terrier mixes brought to America by immigrants.

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Thai Ridgeback

LARGE DOG BREED

Thai Ridgeback

With the clearly defined ridge running down its back and a long, tapering tail that's held vertically or curved like a sickle, the Thai Ridgeback stands out from the crowd. The breed has been around for hundreds of years in its native Thailand, where it was used for hunting and guard duty.

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Tibetan Mastiff

LARGE DOG BREED

Tibetan Mastiff

Regarded as the forerunner of many mastiff breeds, the Tibetan Mastiff has been around for many centuries. In the 13th century when Marco Polo was touring the Far East, he claimed to have seen native mastiffs as large as asses. This claim is not farfetched.

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Tibetan Spaniel

SMALL DOG BREED

Tibetan Spaniel

Smart, sweet and trusting of other dogs and people, the Tibetan Spaniel has a long history as a companion. It was bred in the monasteries of Tibet and used as a watchdog and bed warmer. Its nickname of "little lion" symbolized Buddha's triumph over violence and aggression.

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Tibetan Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Tibetan Terrier

If you enjoy snowshoeing and other winter sports, consider a Tibetan Terrier. The breed has an unusual foot structure, which permits the dog to travel easily on snow.

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Tosa Inu-Tosa Ken

LARGE DOG BREED

Tosa Inu-Tosa Ken

This large dog ranges from 100 to 200 pounds and is at least 24½ to 25½ inches tall at the shoulder. This breed is also known as the Tosa Ken and the Tosa Token, and was developed as a fighting dog in Japan.

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Toy Australian Shepherd

Toy Australian Shepherd

The Toy Australian Shepherd should look similar to the standard-sized Australian Shepherd. Toy Aussies range between 10 and 14 inches tall at the shoulder, with 12 inches ideal. Although small, Toy Aussies are sturdy and should look neither spindly nor coarse.

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Toy Fox Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Toy Fox Terrier

The TFT is dynamite in the shape of a dog. Descended from the larger Fox Terrier, the Toy was developed in the 1920s. The United Kennel Club began registering the breed in 1936. Prized as a watchdog, vermin killer and playmate, the breed has prospered in rural areas.

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Treeing Walker Coonhound

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Treeing Walker Coonhound

The Treeing Walker Coonhound was developed in the United States in the 1700s. They take their name from two unrelated men (both named walker) who imported English foxhounds and bred them with a stolen dog of unknown origin.

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Vizsla

LARGE DOG BREED

Vizsla

The Hungarian Pointer, or Vizsla, may be of ancient lineage or may be a product of this century, depending on which dog historian one chooses to believe.

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Volpino Italiano

SMALL DOG BREED

Volpino Italiano

Many Italians appreciate the finer things in life: wine, opera, fashion ... the Volpino Italiano. A watchdog and companion, the Volpino is active, intelligent and intensely loyal, devoted to its family and home.

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Weimaraner

LARGE DOG BREED

Weimaraner

Weimaraners were bred in 19th century Germany for speed and courage to hunt big game and later birds. The medium-size, all-purpose gundog was developed in Germany at the court of the Grand Duke Karl August of Weimar.

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Welsh Springer Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Welsh Springer Spaniel

The Welsh Springer is a hard worker and devoted companion, willing to go all day whether in the field or just out having a good time with its people. It is thought that the Welsh Springer descends from red and white dogs that were brought into Wales by the Gauls in pre-Roman times.

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Welsh Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Welsh Terrier

"Let's get busy" is the rallying cry of this game but well-mannered terrier, whose temperament is described as friendly and smart, with a desire to please. That pleasing personality has long made the breed a favorite in its native country.

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