Tag: breeds

  • Great Dane color illustration, from the Dogs of the World

    Great Dane

    Great Danes are kind and gentle making a Great Dane a wonderful family pet. It’s the official state dog of Pennsylvania. It’s believed to be 400 years old.

  • Brown bulldog standing on grass


    Bulldogs are often used as mascots and have come to represent strength. The Georgia Bulldogs use the Bulldog as their mascot. You can find stylized clipart.

  • Beagle, from the Dogs of the World


    Whether you want to adopt a dog from a Beagle rescue, find Beagles for sale from a breeder, or just find cute Beagle pictures you can find them on the Internet.

  • Pomeranian, from the Dogs of the World


    Pomeranian dogs are a toy breed that originally came from sled dogs in Lapland and Iceland. Through the centuries they were selectively bred to be smaller.

  • German Shepherd dog

    German Shepherd

    German Shepherd dogs are great for security. German Shepherds are very intelligent and quick-witted. Also are loyal and respond well to obedience training.

  • Puppy of Jack Russell Terrier

    Jack Russell Terrier

    Jack Russell Terriers originally are from England. The short legged was originally bred as a foxhunting dog. Because of their size, they can follow foxes.

  • Light brown labrador retriever dog close-up

    Labrador Retriever

    The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog in America. More people own them than any other type of dog. They were originally bred to be hunting companions.

  • Maltese, from the Dogs of the World


    Maltese dogs were often kept by nobility in different societies as lap dogs. At first the Maltese was bred to help control rodent problems in households.

  • Siberian husky dog with light blue eyes in the snow

    Siberian Husky

    Bred originally as a working dog in Siberia, the Siberian Husky excels in cold climates. Because of this it’s not for anyone who lives in a really warm climate.

  • Black dog lying on grass

    Saint Bernard

    The Saint Bernard dog is one of the biggest of the working dogs. A full grown adult can weigh up to 220 pounds. The heaviest known was named Benedictine.