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March 26, 2018

Types of dogs and their characteristics

1. Labrador Retriever:Labrador Retriever

  • Dogs are friendly
  • All One Breed
  • Popular Worldwide
  • Hunting Security

The types of dogs are friendly check noisy not so much smart although labs may be yellow chocolate or black. These are all one breed and can be found in a single litter popular worldwide. As friend labs are also eager to help out in the worlds of police work hunting security and as guide and service dogs to the blinds.

2. German Shepherd:German shepherd

  • Alsatian wolf dog
  • Intelligent and Excellent
  • Used as Scouts
  • Capable actors

The types of dogs are properly known as the German shepherd dog. The GSD was known as the Alsatian wolf dog for much of the 20th century developed around 1899. Intelligent and excellent learners German Shepherds are often used as Scouts in militaries search and rescue teams police services and are capable actors. 

3. Golden retriever:Golden retriever

  • Patient and Trainable
  • Excellent choice for a family
  • Drug enforcement
  • Fun to Swim

The types of dogs are charming, devoted, patient and trainable. The golden retriever is an excellent choice for a family dog or a childhood friend. The golden came to be in the late 1800s in his quest to have a retrieving dog that performed well on land and in water. It's fun to swim tweed myths efforts not only paid off but gave the world a dog well-suited to search and rescue work drug enforcement and servicing the disabled community.

4. Beagle:Beagle

  • Modern Beagle
  • First Modern Pack
  • Incredible Sense
  • Real-Life Hound

The types of dogs coming in colors ranging from lemon black, tin white red and orange beagles of some form was recorded in ancient Greece and are even present in the works of Shakespeare. The modern beagle, however, can be traced back to the 1830s when the Reverend Philip honey would be established the first modern pack in the past beagles were praised for their hunting ability and are today valued as sniffer dogs owing to their incredible sense of smell. The Beagle is also a cartoon mainstay with Snoopy underdog Odie Mr. Peabody & Gromit all drawing inspiration from the real-life hound.

5. Bulldog:Bulldog

  • Britain National Animals
  • Quite Loving
  • Bull Baiting
  • Thrive on Attention

The types of dogs whether British French or American today's Bulldogs have roots as far back as 1500 but the breed as we know it didn't really come to be until the old English Bulldog was interbred with the Pug. Now it is considered one of the national animals of Britain. Bulldogs of the past were bred and used for the sport of bull baiting rather than taking down bulls. Today's Bulldogs thrive on attention and quite loving. In addition to having a face, only a mother could love Bulldogs are also in the habit of snoring loudly drooling and well farting.

6. Yorkshire terrier:Yorkshire terrier

  • Incredibly loyal
  • Long silky hair
  • Mouse Hunter 
  • Suspicious Attitude 

The types of dogs are tiny but brave and incredibly loyal Yorkshire Terriers are protective of their adoptive families and can effectively take over the house if allowed noted for their long silky hair. The Yorkie is descendant of the Paisley and sky terriers and was actually bred to be a mouse hunter in northern England where they were often used in clothing mills and mines. At home meanwhile, the Yorkie is quite content as an indoor dog and can be excellent watch puppies due to their suspicious attitude towards strangers. 

7. Boxer:Boxer

  • High Spirited
  • Easily integrated
  • Bull Baiting 
  • Dog Fighting 

The types of dogs are like a three-year-old child that's it they never grew up past three. A common fur baby today the boxer was first bred and intended for dogfighting bull baiting and even cart pulling. Obnoxiously happy and high-spirited boxers are intelligent, quick learners who appear to be the most cat-like of all dogs when they grin and they're happy you really know if they are easily integrated into most dog loving families as they get along well with and play well with kids and may bond well with cats. Over a shared dislike of birds, the breed may have earned its name from its boxing like poachers although many in its native Germany. 

8. Siberian Husky:Siberian Husky

  • Originally bred in Russia 
  • Incredibly friendly 
  • Highly trainable
  • Good with children 

The types of dogs are originally bred in Russia to be working sled dogs. These large wolf look-alikes are incredibly friendly and are surprisingly light eaters smart and highly trainable. The Siberian Husky is good with children and rarely lets loose its signature howl but they make poor watchdogs they just like people too much known for their icy blue eyes. Huskies may also have brown or amber eyes and may even have one blue and one brown eye. Their fur meanwhile can be black, white, red silver, gray or brown and keeps them warm in temperatures as low as minus 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

9. English cocker spaniel:English cocker spaniel

  • Live anywhere
  • Cataracts, ear infections
  • Needs grooming
  • Are trainable

The types of dogs can't you explain to a lady about Sunday's differing slightly in appearance and purpose from its American cousin the English cocker spaniel has been a fixture in the arts in some way for nearly half a century first appreciated as a quality hunting dog in both dry and wet conditions. Cocker spaniels were bred to hunt game birds, particularly one game bird called the Woodcock is where their name comes from the cocker spaniel. The cocker spaniels lively lovable and playful personality endeared it as a welcomed member of many families. Also, it is used regularly be employed as a sniffer dog in Cuban airports so overall the cocker spaniel can make a good pet if adopted from a reputable breeder. 

10. Saint Bernard:Saint Bernard

  • Friendly Creature
  • Foundland Dogs
  • Indeed Bred
  • Dogs to Restore 

This type of dogs famously featured in the horror film Cujo which is based on the Stephen King novel. The Saint Bernard is a big friendly creature whose true self is probably better portrayed in the family-friendly flick. Bernard hospice the dog has roots as far back as 980 ads and while they did not carry barrels of brandy. They were indeed bred for life and rescue work. The breed was nearly wiped out due to severe winters in the early 1800s but was happily crossbred with Newfoundland dogs to restore and preserve their numbers nightly.