The affenpinscher is a terrier-like toy breed of dog. The breed is German in origin and dates back to the 17th century.
Meet the supermodel of the dog world - the Afghan Hound. Instead of hunting by scent and endurance like other breeds, they hunt by sight and speed.
Airedales are the largest of the Terrier breeds and is called, "The King".
In Japan, the Akita symbolizes health and well being. Learn more about these loyal, fun-loving dogs!
Uncover the history of the Arctic sled dogs named after a native Inuit tribe. During a competition they pull heavy sleds - a skill more important than any other. Learn why, without exercise and firm training, Malamutes become bored and destructive.
Originally trained to walk on a tightrope, the American Eskimo has captured the hearts of humans.
Need an enduring friendship? The Australian Cattle Dog is a loving and loyal herding dog.
Did you know that the Australian Shepherd is not actually from Australia? Find out where this active working dog actually originated.
Looking for a dog that doesn't bark? Originally used to hunt lions, the Basenji uses both sight and sound to hunt for its prey.
The adorable, easy-going basset hound is the only dog that needs to be coaxed to take a walk!
Most people think they've never seen a Bearded Collie, but they're all over Hollywood!
Famous for protecting livestock, the Belgian Malinois is now known for protecting man.
If you live on a farm, the Bernese Mountain Dog may be the perfect dog for you. These friendly and burly dogs are hard-working and great with families.
Just try resisting these small, curly-haired dogs. Bichons were used as circus dogs in the past and this breed still loves attention!