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Azawakh

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Azawakh

The Azawakh bonds strongly to a single person or family. Puppies that are not properly socialized or older dogs that are re-homed often find it difficult to adjust. This is a highly intelligent breed that needs the occasional run for exercise, but is also happy as a house and guard dog.

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Barbet

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Barbet

What’s that adorable, shaggy-haired walking down the street? No, it’s not a designer Poodle mix—it’s a Barbet, a French sporting dog with a long history. Truly “the original” water retriever, the Barbet has been around since the 14th century.

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Basenji

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Basenji

The Basenji is known as the barkless dog of central Africa, but the breed is far from silent. It makes a series of noises and a crowing sound that breed fanciers describe as a yodel. This hunting breed, classified as a sighthound, is valued for speedy, intelligent and silent workmanship.

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Basset Fauve de Bretagne

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Basset Fauve de Bretagne

A lively dog developed in France for hunting rabbits and hare, the Basset Fauve de Bretagne is known for its well-developed scent-tracking skills, courage and friendly nature. Derived from the Griffon Fauve de Bretagne in the 1700s, the Basset Fauve had nearly vanished by the end of World War II.

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Basset Hound

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Basset Hound

Well-known as the symbol for Hush Puppies shoes, the Basset Hound is a short-legged hound with long, sweeping ears.

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Beagle

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Beagle

Hunting hounds in England date back to the Roman occupation, but an exact history of the Beagle is uncertain. Their popularity with 18th century English hunters, however, is well established history.

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Bearded Collie

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Bearded Collie

Records dating to the 16th century show that Polish Lowland Sheepdogs were brought into Scotland and crossed with local farm collies to create the Bearded Collie.

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Beauceron

LARGE DOG BREED

Beauceron

The Beauceron is nicknamed "red stockings" because of the socklike red markings on its feet. Relatively unknown outside of France, the Beauceron (Berger de Beauce) is a large, short-coated dog with cropped erect ears and a long tail that was originally bred to herd large flocks of sheep.

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Bedlington Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Bedlington Terrier

The word lamblike describes the Bedlington's appearance but not its personality. Once known as the Rothbury Terrier, this breed was developed in the north of England during the 1820s to be an all-purpose terrier: A dog that could swim down an otter, course a rabbit and fight in the pit.

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Belgian Laekenois

LARGE DOG BREED

Belgian Laekenois

This breed is one of four types of dogs known as the Belgian sheepdogs (the others are the Belgian Sheepdog, the Belgian Tervuren and the Belgian Malinois).

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Belgian Malinois

LARGE DOG BREED

Belgian Malinois

The Belgian Malinois is a striking dog, wearing a short fawn to mahogany coat with a black overlay. The breed's prick ears, dark eyes and keen expression mark it as the intelligent working dog it is.

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Belgian Sheepdog

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Belgian Sheepdog

In its country of origin, the long-coated black Belgian Sheepdog is known as the Groenendael, named after the village where this variety of sheepdog was created. Smart and sensitive, the breed adapts well to family life. It's active and alert, and is an excellent worker in obedience.

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Belgian Tervuren

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Belgian Tervuren

Except for coat color, this breed is similar to its close relative the Belgian Sheepdog: same size (up to 26 inches at the shoulder); same elegant outline; and same long, off-standing double coat, but in shades of red or fawn with a black overlay.

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Bergamasco Sheepdog

LARGE DOG BREED

Bergamasco Sheepdog

Developed in Asia, bred in Italy and dreadlocked like a Rastafarian, the fun-loving, protective Bergamasco Sheepdog creates a special bond with owners.

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Berger Picard

Berger Picard

Best known as the title character in the 2005 film Because of Winn-Dixie, this rustic dog is one of the oldest French breeds of sheep-herding dogs.

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Bernese Mountain Dog

LARGE DOG BREED

Bernese Mountain Dog

Regarded by many as the most beautiful of the four breeds of Swiss Mountain Dogs, the Bernese is the only one with a long coat.

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Bichon Frise

SMALL DOG BREED

Bichon Frise

Known originally as the Bichon Teneriffe, this animated powder puff was brought to the European continent from the Canary Islands during the 14th century. There it became the favored pet of the aristocracy until fashions in lapdogs changed.

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Biewer Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Biewer Terrier

Originally known as the Biewer Yorkshire Terrier a la Pom-Pon, the Biewer Terrier is a somewhat new breed, having only been around since the mid-1980s. The breed is named after Werner Biewer, the German who first introduced his black-and-white Yorkshire Terriers to the show ring in 1988.

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Black and Tan Coonhound

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Black and Tan Coonhound

A specialist in night trailing the raccoon, the Black and Tan Coonhound is a direct descendant of the Bloodhounds that were imported to the English colony of Virginia. Males measure 25 to 27 inches at the shoulder; females two inches less.

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Black Mouth Cur

Black Mouth Cur

The history of the Black Mouth Cur is shrouded in mystery. Some claim that the breed originated in the Tennessee mountains; others maintain that it hails from Mississippi. Southern geography notwithstanding, early Americans used them widely as versatile working dogs.

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