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Cocker Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Cocker Spaniel

Happy but not yappy, the Cocker has won the hearts of millions of pet owners. The breed's ancestry is identical to that of the English Cocker, which was first imported to North America during the 1880s.

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Collie, Rough

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Collie, Rough

The "Lassie dog" has been described as a clever worker that responded to the shepherd's commands, herding sheep and driving them to market. Collies come in two distinct coat types: rough and smooth. The rough coat is abundant except on the head and legs.

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Collie, Smooth

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Collie, Smooth

The "Lassie dog" has been described as a clever worker that responded to the shepherd's commands, herding sheep and driving them to market. Collies come in two distinct coat types: rough and smooth. The rough coat is abundant except on the head and legs.

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Coton de Tulear

SMALL DOG BREED

Coton de Tulear

Legends abound of the little dogs that survived shipwrecks and swam ashore the island of Madagascar. Although the stories paint a fun picture of this devoted breed, odds are more likely the ancestors of the Coton de Tulear were carried ashore by seamen (and maybe a pirate or two).

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Curly-Coated Retriever

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Curly-Coated Retriever

The first of the waterfowl retrieving breeds, the Curly-Coated Retriever is of British origin. Its likeness is depicted in sporting works of art dating back 300 years. At one time, the Curly Coat was the gamekeeper's favorite hunting dog.

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Dachshund, Miniature

SMALL DOG BREED

Dachshund, Miniature

Short-legged dogs of the Dachshund type were once used in Europe to hunt badger and fox, as well as larger game. The dogs worked in packs and are reported to have been tenacious and keen-nosed in pursuit of their quarry.

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Dachshund, Standard

SMALL DOG BREED

Dachshund, Standard

Short-legged dogs of the Dachshund type were once used in Europe to hunt badger and fox, as well as larger game. The dogs worked in packs and are reported to have been tenacious and keen-nosed in pursuit of their quarry.

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Dalmatian

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Dalmatian

The Dalmatian is famous for its spots, which gave rise to some of its nicknames, among them Plum Pudding Dog, Spotted Dick and Firehouse Dog. The latter nickname arose because its heritage as a carriage dog made it a natural choice as a firehouse mascot in the days of horse-drawn fire wagons.

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Dandie Dinmont Terrier

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Dandie Dinmont Terrier

This terrier with the topknot takes its unusual name from Dandie Dinmont, a character in Sir Walter Scott's novel 'Guy Mannering.' Dinmont was a farmer who kept six of the terriers, known for their boldness in going after otter and badger.

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Doberman Pinscher

LARGE DOG BREED

Doberman Pinscher

The Doberman Pinscher was developed in Germany to facilitate tax collection! Louis Doberman, a tax collector, wanted a strong and loyal breed to keep him safe on his rounds.

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Dogo Argentino

LARGE DOG BREED

Dogo Argentino

Antonio and Augustin Nores-Martinez developed the Dogo Argentino as a large-game hunter in the 1920s.

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Dogue de Bordeaux

LARGE DOG BREED

Dogue de Bordeaux

Although it has a forbidding look, the Dogue's desire for affection is intense. It's somewhat leery of strangers and may be aggressive toward strange dogs, but it gets along well with children and makes a loving family pet with a calm, tranquil disposition.

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Dutch Shepherd

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Dutch Shepherd

The three varieties of the Dutch Shepherd have been recognized in their present form since the early 1700s but didn't gain notice until they were brought to Holland in 1870.

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English Cocker Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

English Cocker Spaniel

Spaniels in various shapes and sizes have been valued both for their talents as gundogs and as appealing family pets. This is a medium-size sporting breed measuring 15 to 17 inches at the shoulder and weighing 26 to 34 pounds, making it slightly larger than the American Cocker Spaniel.

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English Foxhound

MEDIUM DOG BREED

English Foxhound

The English Foxhound boasts an ancestry that dates to the late 1600s. Stag hunting had been a popular sport of the British landed gentry, but when stag became scarce, the aristocracy took to pursuing the more abundant fox.

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English Setter

MEDIUM DOG BREED

English Setter

The English Setter is an elegant gundog that was well established in Britain before 1900. This handsome, affectionate sporting dog comes in a variety of colors: solid white; black, orange, liver or lemon with white, and tricolor.

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English Shepherd

MEDIUM DOG BREED

English Shepherd

The English Shepherd is a working farm dog that is suited to a variety of tasks. It is a good herding dog for all kinds of stock, an eager hunter and can learn to pull a cart. English Shepherds work well independently or under supervision.

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English Springer Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

English Springer Spaniel

Springers are so named because they were used to spring game for the sportsman's net. Largest of the land spaniels, the English Springer is a sturdy, active, balanced sporting breed. Males measure 19 to 21 inches at the shoulder, females 1 inch less.

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English Toy Spaniel

SMALL DOG BREED

English Toy Spaniel

After William of Orange ascended the British throne, the popularity of the King Charles Spaniel that had been the court favorite during the reign of Charles II waned, and little was heard of the breed until the mid-19th century.

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Entlebucher Sennenhund

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Entlebucher Sennenhund

The smallest of the four Swiss Mountain dogs, the Entlebucher is smooth-coated and bobtailed. Its good herding instincts make the Entlebucher is a trustworthy watchdog and companion with a lively and attentive character.

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