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Canaan Dog

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Canaan Dog

The Canaan is indigenous to Israel, where it was first used for guarding and herding cattle and sheep. The Israelis have also used the Canaan Dog for guard duties, as mine detectors during war times, as messengers and as Red Cross helpers.

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Canadian Eskimo Dog

LARGE DOG BREED

Canadian Eskimo Dog

A strong hunting, sled and pack dog of the Canadian Arctic, the Canadian Inuit/Eskimo Dog's history dates back about 2,000 years. Called 'Qimmiq' by the Inuit, the breed figured prominently in polar expeditions and has the reputation of being able to work long hours in extremely low temperatures.

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Cane Corso

LARGE DOG BREED

Cane Corso

The noble Cane Corso's predecessors were big game hunters that showed power, courage and agility, and later proved their skills as drovers and guardians of livestock, property and family on Italian farms.

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Cardigan Welsh Corgi

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

This is the Corgi that wags, not wiggles. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is markedly different from the Pembroke: It is larger, longer bodied, has rounded ears, a naturally long tail and comes in more colors.

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Carolina Dog

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Carolina Dog

Several types of feral dogs with long, immense ears lived some 8,000 years ago in what is today the United States. The Basketmaker Dog, now extinct, was nearly a clone of the Dingo and was used by primitive Indians in the Southeast.

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Caucasian Ovcharka

LARGE DOG BREED

Caucasian Ovcharka

The Caucasian Ovcharka, also called the Caucasian Mountain Dog, is a large livestock-guarding dog native to the mountainous regions of the Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani republics, as well as the steppe regions of the Caucasus district.

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

SMALL DOG BREED

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

A small sporting spaniel that gained popularity in the 17th century, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel fell out of favor after the reign of Britain’s King Charles II.

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Central Asian Shepherd Dog

LARGE DOG BREED

Central Asian Shepherd Dog

The hardy Central Asian Shepherd Dog was originally found protecting the flocks and property of nomadic tribesmen of Central Asia, and dogs of this type can still be found guarding flocks in countries such as Afghanistan, Iran, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

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Cesky Terrier

SMALL DOG BREED

Cesky Terrier

The Cesky (ches-kee) Terrier is a relatively new breed and still quite rare all over the world. Dr. Frantisek Horak, a Czechoslovakian geneticist, wanted a dog small enough to go to ground (and not get stuck) and hunt small vermin.

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Chart Polski

LARGE DOG BREED

Chart Polski

A symbol of Polish history, the powerful and self-assured Chart Polski, or Polish Greyhound, has been a part of Polish life since the 13th century.

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Chesapeake Bay Retriever

In 1807, a British brig was shipwrecked off the coast of Maryland. Among the survivors were two dogs, Sailor and Canton, a male and female who grew up to become excellent water retrievers.

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Chihuahua

SMALL DOG BREED

Chihuahua

The Chihuahua is the world's smallest dog, but it makes a spirited pet for any size home. The breed is alert and graceful with a rounded skull and large, flaring ears. Smooth coats are soft and come in any color.

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Chinese Crested (Hairless)

SMALL DOG BREED

Chinese Crested (Hairless)

The smallest of the hairless breeds, the Chinese Crested usually weighs between 6 and 8 pounds. This light, graceful dog is devoid of hair, except for fringes on the feet and tail tip, and the flowing crest on its head that gives the breed its name.

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Chinese Crested (Powderpuff)

SMALL DOG BREED

Chinese Crested (Powderpuff)

The smallest of the hairless breeds, the Chinese Crested usually weighs between 6 and 8 pounds. This light, graceful dog is devoid of hair, except for fringes on the feet and tail tip, and the flowing crest on its head that gives the breed its name.

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Chinese Foo Dog

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Chinese Foo Dog

Once believed to be a good-luck charm, the Chinese Foo Dog has also been called the Sacred Dog of Sinkiang, Chinese Temple Forest Dog and Chinese Celestial Dog.

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Chinese Shar-Pei

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Chinese Shar-Pei

Once the world's rarest breed, the Chinese Shar-Pei has made a startling recovery in just about a dozen years. The prune-faced pups were on the brink of extinction in the early 1970s when a Hong Kong fancier appealed to Americans for help in saving the breed.

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Chinook

LARGE DOG BREED

Chinook

The name Chinook comes from the warm wind, or chinook, that sometimes blows in Alaska. A dog named Chinook was born in 1917 on the farm of author/explorer Arthur Treadwell Walden.

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Chow Chow

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Chow Chow

An ancient breed of Chinese origin, the Chow Chow is a member of the spitz family. As a working breed in its country of origin, the Chow was used to guard, hunt and work as a cart dog.

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Cirneco dell’Etna

Cirneco dell’Etna

The sleek and swift Cirneco, resembling a Pharaoh Hound in miniature, has been maintained and bred on the island of Sicily for 3,000 years. In more ancient times, the breed was also known farther north on Corsica.

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Clumber Spaniel

LARGE DOG BREED

Clumber Spaniel

The Clumber is the slowest and heaviest of the spaniels. Its ancestors are believed to be the Basset Hound and a spaniel of continental origin. A French nobleman, the Duc de Noailles, created the breed.

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