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Hound Dog Breed

Hound dogs are very popular and they were initially bred to be hunting dogs. They are very loyal and with adequate exercise and early, consistent training, they turn out to be the best of dogs.

Some Hound dogs bay instead of barking and have incredible smelling powers and need a secure fence and a leash.

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Toy Dog Breed

These are a different group consisting of the toy-sized dogs. They are bound to steal a person’s heart at first sight and therefore, one should be perfectly aware of such a dog’s background before adopting one.

Most of these toy dogs tend to yap a lot and do best in apartments with very little exercise and a lot of indoor games.

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Terrier Dog Breed

Terriers love to dig and bark and also like to get into arguments and barking matches. Early socialization, crate training and obedience training are a must for them.

They prefer apartment living and love to go out on walks. They are very energetic and make pleasant family pets.

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Working Dog Breed

These dogs are massive in size and most of them weigh up to 100 pounds. These dogs are very intelligent and quick to learn and always keen on pleasing everyone around them.

They are very intelligent and quick to learn and obedience training is necessary to control them. They make great companions for single, couples as well as families.

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Herding Dog Breed

The Herding Group has been a part of the working group until 1983. All breeds in this group have the innate ability to control the movement of other animals.

These dogs make excellent watchdogs and respond very well to training. The herding Dogs make excellent companions both for the adult as well as the children and are extremely intelligent.

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Sporting Dog Breed

The Sporting Group consists of obedience and agility dogs. These dogs love to be outside because they have been bred for centuries to grow up to be hunting companions.

They love to be close to people and also enjoy playing games as well as swimming. Given their extremely intelligent nature, they are very easy to train.

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Non-Sporting Dog Breed

This group consists of a wide variety and though most of them were bred to be hunting or sporting dogs, they do not have much of a job in today’s society.

They are perfectly suited for the singles and some, like the Dalmatian, with their high energy levels can be great stress-busters.

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All around us we find dogs coming in a great range of sizes and displaying a wide variety of characteristics. Find Out which dog breeds best suit your lifestyle and prove good and lovable household pets.

Learn about all the different classifications for dog breeds and the unique qualities of each. Dogs are specially grouped according to specific skills, traits and purpose so before you pick out a breed be sure you know the intricacies of the breed, the pros and cons of their behavior and how to care for certain coats. Dogs are grouped by the following classifications: hound, toy, terrier, working, herding, sporting and non-sporting. Within each group is a wide range of unique breeds.

The hound group is rich in history and features such classic favorites including Beagles, Bloodhounds, Basset Hounds and Greyhounds. Toy breeds are great for city living and indoor pets and includes Chihuahuas, Pomeranians and Poodles. Terriers have become a very popular breed due to their intelligence and protective nature and feature Bull, Border and Scottish terriers. The working class of dog is very popular among families and it features Boxers, Mastiffs and Huskies that are big, playful and loyal. If you're looking for a headstrong animal that will take charge instinctively then look into the herding class which features excellent breeds such as Collies, Shepherds and Sheepdogs.

Herding breeds have a pre-disposed nature to corral, protect and watch over other animals and even children. The sporting class is one of the most popular breeds of dog and features some of the most active domesticated pets around. In the sporting category you'll find such traditional favorites including Retrievers, Spaniels and Setters. These dogs are incredibly active and will need constant exercise to keep them happy. Last is the non-sporting group that can be misleading in its description as several of the breeds in this category will actually prove to be quite sporting such as the Dalmatian but other breeds are less active including the Bull Dog and Chow Chow.

 

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