Dog Breeds
Dog Breeds

Dog Breeds

If you’re looking for a new dog best friend, search Spot’s dog breed profiles to learn more about a breed before you bring a new pet home. Find out how to care for a new dog breed, understand their personality, energy levels, cost of care, and most important, vet care costs.

Beauceron

The French breed of the Beauceron has been around since the 1800s and used primarily as a working dog. These smart and loyal companions would make a great addition to any home. They are great guard dogs and friends to their special people.

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Australian Shepherd

The Aussie dog, more commonly known as the Australian shepherd or the Aussie is a hardy, intelligent working dog who is loyal and always up for an adventure. Great for highly active families, Australian shepherds are confident and collected with a more...

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Brittany

Brittany’s were bred as gundogs, and they have a natural affinity for birds. Brittany Spaniels are often called Brittany’s, but the American Kennel Club dropped the word "spaniel" in 1982.

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Scottish Deerhound

Scottish Deerhounds are huge greyhounds that once used to hunt Deer in the highlands. They have a hairy coat with long elongated legs and slender physique.

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Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu is known as one of the most loyal dog breeds out there. The most popular breed in Japan, it is a well-built, independent and an active dog.

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Alaskan Klee

Alaskan Klee Kai’s are companion dogs rather than working animals that pull sleds. Alaskan Klee Kai’s look like Huskies, but they have a different temperament, including wariness towards strangers.

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Tosa Inu

The Tosa Inu is a Japanese mastiff type dog breed with a muscular body and dark brown eyes. They have small and thin ears which are flopped on either side of the face. Tosa Inu is one of the rare dog breeds found in Japan.

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Airedale Terrier

Airedales are indeed the largest of the terrier breeds, dubbed the King of Terriers. Dogs of this breed originated in the Aire Valley of Yorkshire to catch otters and rats between the Aire and Wharfe rivers.

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Kishu

The Kishu is a hunting dog that generally has a white coat with triangular ears and a short curled up tail.

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