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Eurasier

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Eurasier

Recognized by the Federation Cynologique Internationale in 1973, this spitz breed was developed in the 1960s by Prof. Julius Wipfel in Germany by combining Chow Chow, Wolfspitz (Keeshonden) and Samoyed. The Eurasier is robust enough to live outdoors but much prefers to be an indoor companion.

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Field Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Field Spaniel

Psst! The Field Spaniel is one of the sporting world's best-kept secrets. Hidden under a noble and beautiful exterior is a loving, funny companion and a skilled, intelligent hunter. Part of this breed's lack of fame is due to the extremely low number registered in the U.S.

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Fila Brasileiro

LARGE DOG BREED

Fila Brasileiro

This heavy-boned breed with the pendulous lips is known for working ability, loyalty and courage. Native to Brazil, the Fila Brasileiro's origin traces to Portuguese herding dogs (which were brought to Brazil in colonial times), English Mastiffs, Bulldogs and Bloodhounds.

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Finnish Lapphund

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Finnish Lapphund

Friendly, gentle, cooperative and easy to train, the Finnish Lapphund is a medium-sized, strongly built dog. The profuse double coat has a coarse, waterproof outer coat and soft undercoat, providing warmth in the bitter northern Scandinavian climate of its homeland.

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Finnish Spitz

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Finnish Spitz

When most people see a Finnish Spitz for the first time, they comment that it looks just like a fox.

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Flat-Coated Retriever

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Flat-Coated Retriever

Credit for development of the Flat-Coated Retriever is given to a sportsman, S.E. Shirley, whose other noteworthy accomplishment was the founding of The Kennel Club (England) in 1873.

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Fox Terrier (Smooth)

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Fox Terrier (Smooth)

Of British origin, the original smooth-coated Fox Terrier combined the blood of several working terrier breeds, a blend that produced a balanced, game little dog.

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Fox Terrier (Wire)

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Fox Terrier (Wire)

The Wirehaired Fox Terrier probably descended from the rough-coated Black and Tan Terrier. Like the Smooth, the Wirehaired was a hunt terrier whose job it was to go to ground and rout out the fox.

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French Bulldog

SMALL DOG BREED

French Bulldog

Speculation is plentiful, but in all likelihood the French Bulldog originated from small Bulldogs brought to France by English lace workers. The Frenchie quickly became popular with both the upper and lower classes, and allegedly Parisian call girls, as well.

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French Spaniel

MEDIUM DOG BREED

French Spaniel

A cousin to the Munsterlander and the Drentse Patrijshond setter type dogs, the French Spaniel is an old breed. French Spaniels are fine retrieving dogs that do the job passionately. Weight runs from 44 to 55 pounds, and height is from 21 to 24 inches.

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German Pinscher

MEDIUM DOG BREED

German Pinscher

Often mistaken for a young Doberman because of the close physical resemblance, the German Pinscher is rare in the United States and Canada.

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German Shepherd Dog

LARGE DOG BREED

German Shepherd Dog

The German Shepherd Dog breed was developed in Germany in the late 19th century to herd and to assist police and soldiers. The breed was originally found on German farms, and its type was standardized in the 1890s by a German cavalry officer, Capt.

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German Shorthaired Pointer

MEDIUM DOG BREED

German Shorthaired Pointer

This handsome, all-purpose gundog was developed in Germany for the sportsman who wanted a companion that could hunt either fur or feather, on land or over water.

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German Wirehaired Pointer

MEDIUM DOG BREED

German Wirehaired Pointer

Toward the end of the 19th century, when European sportsmen wanted a particular type of hunting dog, they created it. In Germany a wirecoated all-purpose gundog that could withstand rugged working conditions and hunt dangerous quarry was desired.

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Giant Schnauzer

LARGE DOG BREED

Giant Schnauzer

Tallest of the three Schnauzers, the Giant is a good-looking bearded dog that is thought to have originated in Bavaria near Munich, where it was called the Munchener. The breed's history traces to the late 1800s when it developed from what is now the Standard Schnauzer.

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Glen of Imaal Terrier

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Glen of Imaal Terrier

This tough little Irish scrapper takes its name from its place of origin in County Wicklow. The breed was developed to be used against badgers and foxes, and its courage is legendary.

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Golden Retriever

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is a breed of British origin, developed in the mid-19th century by a Scotsman, Sir Dudley Marjoribanks, who later became Lord Tweedmouth. A medium-size hunting dog they excel at retrieving fowl for hunters.

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Gordon Setter

MEDIUM DOG BREED

Gordon Setter

The Duke of Gordon developed the Gordon, the only Scottish setter, as a working setter early in the 19th century. The Gordon Setter's rugged build was well suited to working in dense cover in all weather.

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Great Dane

LARGE DOG BREED

Great Dane

The Great Dane is great in size, heart and nobility. Ignore the latter part of the name, though. This giant breed is not of Danish origin but was developed in Germany, where it was used to hunt big game, patrol estates and as a war dog.

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