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Find all Dog Breeds with Pictures with ease of reference over the different pages. The various breeds here have been grouped on the basis of their size. It is hoped that this will provide a useful starting point, especially for novice owners, who may be unfamiliar with the wide variety of dog breeds that are available in the different categories. Nevertheless, it is important to bear in mind that simply because a dog is large, this does not necessarily mean it will prove more active in domestic surroundings than a smaller breed. Indeed, whereas a Greyhound, for example, ranks amongst the most athletic of dogs, it proves quite sedentary within the home. Some smaller breeds, such as the Beagle, may actually be more frenetic here.

Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed

Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed

In spite of its name, this dog breed is not derived from terrier stock, but was originally bred in Tibet as herding dog. There was some confusion among the...
Bedlington Terrier Dog

Bedlington Terrier

The rather manicured appearance of this dog breed belies a true terrier temperament. Its origins date back to the 1820s when Joseph Ainsley began the development of these terriers,...
Elkhound Dog Breed Information

Elkhound (Norwegian Elkhound) Dog Breed

Sometimes known also as the Norwegian Elkhound, especially in the United States, these ancient Nordic dogs were originally bred to track elk and other large animals, including bears, wolves...
Tibetan Mastiff Dog Breed

Tibetan Mastiff Dog Breed

These large dogs bear some similarity to the St Bernard, although they were developed far away in Tibet. In their homeland, Tibetan Mastiffs were used to guard and hered...
Glen of Imaal Terrier Picture

Glen of Imaal Terrier

Ono of the more unusual terrier dog breeds that are now attracting increasing interest, the Glen of Imaal Terrier is actually an old breed, developed in the vicinity of...
Belgian Shepherd Dogs Information

Belgian Shepherd Dogs: Groenendael (Belgian Sheepdog), Laekenois, Malinois, Tervueren

Sometimes known as sheepdogs, these dogs were developed both as guard dogs and for herding purposes. Similar dogs have been kept in Belgium since the Middle Ages, but no...
Pug Dog Breed Information

Pug Dog Breed

It is believed that the ancestors of this dog breed were obtained in China by the Dutch East India Company, who brought these dogs back to Holland. Here they...
Shetland Sheepdog Picture

Shetland Sheepdog

Affectionately known as the Sheltie, this breed is said to have evolved on the Shetland Islands, off the north coast of Scotland. Here they were kept by the crofters...
Ibizan Hound Dog Breed Info

Ibizan Hound Dog Breed

This appears to be another ancient dog breed, which was known to the Egyptians. Its modern name is derived from the island of Ibiza, where the breed is believed...
Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier Dog

The American breed was developed during the latter part of the last century, with various strains of Bulldog, Bull Terrier and Boxer all contributing to its ancestry. Indeed, these...
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