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American Foxhound

Introduction You may not see many American Foxhounds in dog shows across the country but you will see a few. The dogs you see at

Australian Bulldog

The Australian Bulldog is a fairly new breed. The development of this breed that was started in the early 1990s was aimed to create a

American Hairless Terrier

Are you one of the lovers that miss out on the joys of dog ownership because of allergies to dogs? Don’t lose hope you can

Australian Cattle Dog

You may know the Australian Cattle Dog by a variety of names that includes the Blue Heeler, Red Heeler, Hall’s Heeler, and the Queensland Heeler.

Bassett Hound

The Bassett Hound, originating from France, is known as the “hush puppy” dog. The name Bassett Hound comes from the French word “bas” meaning low.

Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherd or commonly known as Aussie, is a very intelligent working dog, if given proper love and care can be easily trained for various

Bavarian Mountain Hound

Bavarian Mountain Hound is a scent hound that originates from Germany. This breed that is also called the Bayrischer Gebirgsschweisshund was developed in 1870s, really

Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog

The Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog is a medium sized dog that originated in Australia. This dog is also known as Stumpy Tail, Stumpy and

Beagle

The Beagle is a hound breed that is strong, sturdy, and squarely built. He has a short top coat that is easy to maintain and

Australian Terrier

The Australian terrier was developed in Australia and first shown as the Australian Rough-Coated Terrier in 1868, in Melbourne, Australia. Although not for sure, the

Beagle Harrier

A rather stocky medium sized dog with a beautiful tricolored coat and long pendant ears is being walked by the owner. A passing jogger commented,

Austrian Black and Tan Hound

Hunting is a popular sport in Austria. This is probably the reason why most of the dogs that originate from Austria are hunting hounds. The