One of AKC’s new breeds, the Bracco Italiano was first registered in Italy in 1882, so this solidly built hunter is only new to the U.S.
Recognized by the AKC in 2021, the elegant and longhaired Biewer Terrier dog weighs under 10 pounds and makes a great pet for all owners, even those in apartments.
The Dalmatian is easily recognizable, high energy, affectionate and playful, best for active singles or families who have time to give them an outlet for their high energy.
The Norwegian Elkhound, the companion of the Vikings, is a bold and courageous canine in a medium-sized package. Here are six fun facts about this talented but uncommon dog breed.
Medium sized-with maximum muscle, a well socialized Staffordshire Bull Terrier is loyal, intelligent and affectionate with children, giving them the nickname of Nanny dog.
Meet Dogdom’s “Gray Ghost” — the Versatile Weimaraner
The American Kennel Club welcomed two new breeds on January 1, 2022. The elegant little Russian Toy Dog joined the Toy Group while the versatile Mudi now graces the Herding Group.
Wasabi was the hot flavor in June at the world-renowned Westminster Kennel Club dog show.
The bold and cheeky Pomeranian, with his luxurious coat, has found devoted fans the world over. But how did this little spitfire become such an American favorite? Here are eight fun facts about this delightful canine.
With his gracious smile, a polished bow, and a slight wink, the Boston Terrier is not only a tuxedo-clad class act; he’s occasionally the class clown.
Mild-mannered and obedient, Basset Hounds are excellent members of the household. And they’re also a whole lot of fun.
Lively and fun, Brittanys are always up for a roll on the carpet, a game in the back yard or a cuddle on the couch.
The American Kennel Club, Canadian Kennel Club and United Kennel Club differ in the breeds they recognize and the dog sports they oversee.
Exotic and beautiful, Afghan Hounds stand out in a crowd. They need lots of love, attention and togetherness.
Comical yet courageous, playful yet stubborn, the Dachshund is adored throughout the world. Here are some facts about this happy hound.
Here are six fun facts about the charming Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Tough without being aggressive, dapper without being a wuss, and sporting the trademark beard and eyebrows, the Miniature Schnauzer has scored worldwide popularity.
Clean, dainty and graceful yet capable of impressive speed, the Italian Greyhound is one of dogdom’s aristocrats.
America loves the Beagle. There is nothing fancy or exotic or designer about him, but his loving temperament and handy size make him a perennial favorite.
Bold, saucy, alert and with a distinctive style of moving, the Miniature Pinscher is unique in the dog world. Here are seven fun facts about the Miniature Pinscher.
Learn all there is to know about the playful and delightful Dachshund!
What health issues is an Italian Greyhound at risk for and what do Italian Greyhound owners need to know about house training this breed?
Interested in adding a Newfoundland dog to your family — or already have one and would love to learn more? Let’s learn eight fun facts about this noble dog.
Beagles are a popular breed … but did you know these Beagle facts about their hunting roots, size specifications and appearances in pop culture?
Did you know that no other breed has had as many canine stars as the GSD? Find out the history of the German Shepherd Dog — and what makes this breed so unique.
The Perro de Presa Canario is one of the few breeds that canine experts would recommend to experienced dog parents only. Find out why — and what makes this breed so unique.
The Fila Brasileiro (a.k.a. the Brazilian Mastiff) is one of the few breeds that canine experts would recommend to experienced dog parents only. Find out why — and what makes this breed so unique.
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