The Labrador Retriever has been the most popular canine breed in the United States for thirty years in a row, and is an iconic breed that the vast majority of people adore.
Originally bred as a miniature version of the bulldog, the French Bulldog is now only kept as a companion animal, although it was once used to capture rats.
German Shepherds have a lengthy history of service in the police and military.
This Scottish breed has served in a variety of capacities, including search-and-rescue, service, and hunting.
Bulldogs are muscular, wrinkly, and distinct-appearing canines whose appearance belies their friendly and good-natured dispositions.
As a member of the non-sporting group, Poodles are one of the most popular breeds of display dogs.
Great Danes are the gentle giants of the dog species, and they are genuinely enormous.
Male Rottweilers can attain a maximum height of 27 inches and a maximum weight of 135 pounds.
Boxers, a member of the working group, were originally bred as security dogs. They are still excellent family watchdogs and security dogs
The Dachshund is an iconic canine that comes in both standard and miniature sizes and has a very long, low-slung body that rests on short legs.
These canines are quite robust and possess muscular bodies that do not inhibit their speed and agility.
These herdsmen continue to serve their original function, which was to herd livestock.