Border Collies are loyal, trainable, whip-smart pets with an oversupply of energy. They need lots of space to run, so a big backyard (or even a farm) suits them best.
Australian Cattle Dogs are high-energy, intelligent and active. Not content with sitting around the house, these dogs want to play and work.
Vigilant, self-important and dedicated to his owner, the Chihuahua dog has been a popular companion for centuries.
Our list of Irish dog breeds includes the Irish Setter, a pal to three U.S. presidents, and the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, the leprechaun of dogdom.
Dog trancing happens when dogs creep as objects lightly touch their backs. So, are certain breeds more prone to dog trancing, and should you ever be concerned about dog trancing?
Teaching your dog to swim is not as simple as just bringing him to water and letting him jump in (never do this — your dog could drown). We’ve got a few tips on safe dog swimming practices and how to teach your dog to swim.
Full of life and a magnet for mischief, it’s never boring when a Norwich is around!
Old meets new as this ancient breed becomes one of the American Kennel Club’s newest additions for 2016!
The Gamekeeper’s Night Dog, as he was once known, is happy to guard his family and be their companion these days.
Created in the 1970s, the American Hairless Terrier has both bald and coated members of the breed.
The Neapolitan Mastiff was bred to scare off intruders on sight — and he often does!
The Lakeland is one of the oldest working terrier breeds — he’s also an accomplished show dog.
He hunted alongside royalty and was at one time more popular than the Golden Retriever, though the Flat-Coat is still popular in Britain.
The Russian Terrier is one of the finest military dogs in history, just as he was bred to be.
Laid back and easygoing at home, this lazy ol’ hound dog springs to life on the trail.
He’s the only AKC breed purposefully bred from feral dogs — it was an experiment that worked!
The Sealyham used to be the darling of Hollywood and British royalty, but now he’s almost unheard of. What happened?
The largest and oldest of the Swiss Mountain Dogs, many owners would say he’s also the greatest!
A popular theory about the origin of the Schipperke is that he was a ship dog, traveling between Brussels and Antwerp. What a cutie!
Pointers freeze in a point position when they locate a bird, staying in position until their owner releases them.
One of the most ancient — and most ideal — lapdogs, the Chin has had a lot of practice hanging out.
This trailing dog is laid-back and easygoing — until he gets a whiff of raccoon. Then you had better be ready to run!
Despite his royal heritage, the Scottish Deerhound is one of the most easygoing dogs you’ll ever meet.
He’s perhaps the most versatile hunting dog ever created, but the German Wirehaired Pointer is also a great all-around companion.
He’s much more than a walking mop! Take the time to get to know the real dog beneath those amazing cords.
This breed has humble beginnings as general farm dogs, but they were expert hunters of tough quarry like fox and badger.
The dog — and his drool — gained fame in the movie “Turner and Hooch,” but there’s a lot more to know about this French Mastiff.
With one foot in the terrier ring and one foot in the toy group, this feisty dog has a larger-than-life self-image.
This small retriever lures ducks to shore, much like a tolling bell draws people to church.
Created in part by founding father George Washington, the American Foxhound is considered the “first dog” of the U.S.
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