The English Bulldog is a unique looking dog that is guaranteed to put a smile on any owners face! Very loving when put into the right family, but don't let that small size fool you English Bulldogs can have some attitude.
If elegance is an English trait, then this Setter sure suits its name. Known for their athleticism, beauty, and goofy tendencies the English Setter loves to run and be active. They are great with families but can be timid with young children.
The English Springer Spaniel's work ethic and boundless personality make it popular among dog owners. The English Springer Spaniel is a great family dog who will be extremely loving and playful.
German Shepherds were the original canine movie star before the breed became popular as police and military dogs. Most loved for their intelligence and versatility, German Shepherds are extremely loyal and will be protective of their family.
Known as the most versatile working dog, the German Shorthaired Pointer can do it all. Their coloring is just as varied as their abilities. The German Shorthaired Pointer likes to be with people but are better in families of older children.
Frequently given the title of perfect family pet the Golden Retreiver is one of the most popular dog breeds. Typically called the Golden for short, their obedience, willingness to please their families, and loving nature has earned them this title.
Possessing beauty, brains, and a knack for finding birds, the Gordon Setter is popular! This elegant dog is very intelligent and have a puppy playfulness that stays with them. The Gordon Setter needs room to run and are eager to please their owners.
Elegant and eye-catching, the Great Pyrenees is a great guard dog, who also happens to be nocturnal. Their fluffy white coats and large appearance make them easily recognizable. The Great Pyrenees is laid back and make great family companions.
One of the fastest breeds around, the Greyhound is good for more than racing on the tracks.
This tiny canine with a big heart has a taste for the good life. What the Havanese lacks in size it makes up for in personality. Bred strictly for companionship the Havanese is not snappy like most toy breeds and love to be with their owners.