If you ever chance upon one of these dogs, you'll probably notice its stately demeanor right away. It gives off an air of sleekness and fluid power, while retaining a lively and vigorous outlook on life. The German Shepherd has a long body, that is solid and healthy, radiating health and top form.
When you hear the name or see the remarkable creature Labrador Retriever, you can't help but agree to the distinctions given to them as being gentle, friendly, family- oriented, trustworthy and intelligent. They are in fact one of America's most favorite pets according to the American Kennel Club and everybody can agree to this. This breed is wonderfully pleasant, kind-looking, and gentle in temperament that you will probably make them your favorite dog the instant you meet them.
The Border Terrier is a medium sized terrier breed that originally came from the region between Scotland and England. This dog came from the line of Scottish terriers primarily the Dandie Dinmont and Bedlington terriers. Currently, the Border Terrier is a favorite companion of many people that it ranked 10th in UK kennel registrations and 81st in the American Kennel Club.
The purebreds Schnauzer and Poodle are among the world's most beloved pets so what do you do to have these two lovable creatures all in one extremely adorable dog? The answer of course is crossbreeding and this effort brings us the Schnoodle! From the names Schnauzer and Poodle, the Schnoodle is one of the newest hybrids in the world and it is slowly becoming a star on its own.
The American Bulldog is one of the favorite pet breeds of the bulldog family not only in the US but around the world as well. Its relatives are the bull baiting breeds of England during 18th century and it holds to be the closest relative of the extinct Old English Bulldog. In Europe, bulldogs were heavily altered but the American Bulldog remained the same as when it originally appeared.
The Shetland Sheepdog or simply known as the Sheltie is one of the dog breeds around the world whose origin is not exactly defined. What's certain, however, is the fact that the Sheltie is a supposed original resident of the rocky region of the Shetland Island in Scotland. Physically, this breed appears like a miniature Collie but in fact, the breeding was never intended to achieve this kind of result.