Dog Breed Groups
If your dog's breed has an "oodle" or a "poo" in it – you
are the proud owner of a designer dog. Question is – did you pay a breeder up to $2500 or visit your local shelter?
The instinct that makes a good herding dog is a modified version of predatory
behavior. The herd dog accepts responsibility for the herd because he considers them as belonging to him.
Bred to hunt mammals, hound dogs are various breeds with similar characteristics: droopy ears, short coats and often a deep bark called a "bay"
that can be heard over long distances. All hounds have in common...
Non-sporting dogs is a catchall group composed of breeds that may
previously have been developed for work or hunting but which have evolved into primarily companion or family pet functions.
Sporting dogs are divided by hunting enthusiasts by their purpose as game dogs, gun dogs and bird dogs. These refer to the
specialized activities of various breeds...
The Terrier group is a large one and has three distinctive type of coat: wire
(Wirehaired Fox Terrier, Miniature Schnauzer), soft (Wheaten Terrier, Kerry Blue), and smooth (Bull Terrier).
Canines in the Working Group are medium to extremely large sized
dogs. From performing avalanche and water rescues to protecting property, these dogs have been invaluable assets to their owners for