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Miniature Pinscher

The Miniature Pinscher is not a scaled-down Doberman, although he is fearless and makes a terrific watchdog. Known as the “King of the Toys,” this little fireball is best suited to an experienced owner who can manage his willful nature. On the plus side, his antics are pure entertainment, and he is simple to groom.…

Irish Water Spaniel

He may look and act like a curly-coated clown, but the Irish Water Spaniel is a serious water retriever with excellent hunting skills. Given plenty of exercise and training, he can also be a wonderful family companion. Choose him if you enjoy running, hiking, water sports, or other activities that he can do with you.…

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

This easygoing, gentle giant was bred to guard and herd livestock. Although he won’t reach maturity until he’s four or five years old, the confident Swissy is a born watchdog. Switzerland has four varieties of farm dogs, and the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog (often nicknamed the Swissy), is the largest. On the farm, his jobs…

English Setter

The English Setter has a gorgeous white coat flecked with tan (orange belton) or black (blue belton). Others are tricolor, having black flecks on the coat and tan points on the muzzle and legs. Lively and lovely, the English Setter is a medium-size pointing breed that originated in Britain. In the field, his job is…

English Cocker

Larger than the American Cocker and with less coat, the English Cocker is devoted, affectionate, and funny. He learns quickly and is an ace at sports such as agility. Most people don’t know that in addition to the Cocker Spaniel there was a separate breed known as the English Cocker Spaniel. What’s the difference? As…

Chow

Independent and dignified, the Chow usually attaches himself to one person even though he will have affection for the whole family. When raised with children, he’s usually fine with them, although the kids may be disappointed that he’s not a hugger. An excellent guard dog and watch dog, he’ll protect against strangers. The Chow Chow…

Afghan Hound

The Afghan Hound is aloof and elegant, but beneath his long, glamorous coat beats the heart of a hunter. He was bred to course hare and gazelle over the rugged terrain of his native Afghanistan. Today, this medium-size sighthound, weighing 50 to 60 pounds, still has a strong instinct to run and chase. Don’t purchase…

Chinese Crested

The hairless Crested is better known (who can forget a naked dog?) but if you prefer your dogs covered up, the Powderpuff variety is completely covered with soft, silky hair. With its graceful, fairy tale look, a hairless Chinese Crested can’t be mistaken for any other breed. Even though he weighs only 10 to 13…

Border Terrier

The people-oriented Border Terrier is more laid-back than other terrier breeds. His size makes him portable, and he’s a great companion and watchdog for a moderately active family. Bonus: The Border Terrier is also very trainable. Although he’s not as flashy in appearance as some of his terrier relatives, the Border Terrier is still pure…

Bloodhound

If all you know of the Bloodhound is that he’s the baying dog on the trail of the criminal in movies, you might be afraid of him, but these hounds are sweet and lovable. They’re also stubborn and require a deft hand at training. With his sunken eyes, deeply furrowed face and loose jowls, the…

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