Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is a classic breed that everyone knows and loves.

French Bulldog

English bred the French Bulldog. They were popularised in France by English lacemakers.


A member of the non-sporting group, Poodles are one of the quintessential show dog breeds. They sport elegant coats that some owners keep trimmed into very distinct designs.


Beagles do well in groups or as solo dogs. As bred, they're excellent hunters. Friendly and joyful, they make great family dogs.


Male Rottweilers reach 27 inches and 135 pounds. They're trusted protectors and watchdogs.

Australian Shepherd

The Australian Shepherd was initially bred in the United States in the 1840s, despite the fact that it was originally developed in Australia.


To begin with, boxers were bred to serve as security dogs. They're still fantastic watchdogs and security dogs today, but they're also wonderful companions because of their loving nature.

Siberian Husky

Siberian Huskies are known for being mischievous and curious, with incredible escape talents to get out of any backyard or enclosure.

Doberman Pinscher

Large and robust, the Doberman is a dog with a deep chest. No one should be surprised to learn that this breed is highly athletic.

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