Cardigan Welsh Corgis are known to have a bit more drive and a longer tail than their look alike the Pembroke Corgi. Being highly intelligent the Cardigan Corgis are trainable but are herding animals so they may not be the best for small children.
The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is widely known as Maryland's state dog. These large, water-loving dogs need lots of space. Their energetic personality and athletic appearance make the Chesapeake Bay Retriever a favorite amongst dog owners.
Chihuahuas are the smallest breed in the world and love to be pampered. They're happiest when they are in their owners arms making them the ultimate lap dog. Chihuahuas are great low maitenance dogs who thrive with loving owners!
Meet the Chinese Crested - a mostly hairless breed except for the trademark "crest" around their face. If you are an apartment dweller, then the Chinese Crested may be the perfect for the dog for you.
The Chow Chow thrives in cold climates and requires a lot of grooming with all that fur! But it's worth it to have arguably one of the most beautiful breeds around. Although thought of as dangerous, properly socialized Chow Chows make loving pets.
Meet the Clumber Spaniel. Big, beautiful, and loaded with personality. These relatively rare dogs are often mistaken for Cocker spaniels. The Clumber Spaniel although notorious for snoring, make great family pets and do well in any environment.
A lovable and sweet dog with an ever-wagging tail, the Cocker Spaniel is a beautiful hunting breed. They are sweet, loyal, and playful making them excellent companions. The Cocker Spaniel is great in families and can live anywhere.
This popular breed comes in three different coats and two sizes so there's a Doxie for everyone! The Dachshund's long bodies and short legs give them a great personality as well as make them perfect for city living.
A Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a small breed of dog in the terrier family. They have a long body, short legs, and a "top-knot" of hair on its head. The Dandie is filled with quiet confidence but isn't the easiest breed to train.
Lovable, quirky and spots all over Dalmatians are famous for their roles in 101 Dalmatians and as firefighter sidekicks. With good breeding and training they can be great pets. The Dalmatian is a active dog and requires lots of exercise to be happy!
The Wild Dingo was man's first attempt to domesticate the wolf. Dingos, though, are not a good choice for a pet despite their ability to adapt to different surroundings.
Bred to hunt wild boar, the Dogo Argentino might be the most muscular dog of all. The Dogo Argentino can navigate any terrain and needs lots of activity to keep them entertained. They're low grooming and can be great with an experienced dog family.
Sweet, kind, gentle, and loving are just some of the qualities that make the King Charles Cavalier so popular. The perfect dog for families who will live happily anywhere with any type of dog lover, young or old.