A beautiful dog with the hair to match, the Papillion is one of the oldest breeds around. With its butterfly like ears, they attracts all dog lovers. The Papillion loves to run around and if you're willing to put in the time training is rewarding.
The Pekingese is a tiny, fearless breed. Who are typically called "large dogs in a small body." The Pekingese are independent and courageous, one of the only dogs to survive the sinking of the Titanic.
The Queen of England's favorite pooch can really bust a move! Their short legs and low body make Corgi's extremely agile and fast. Their intelligence and enthusiastic personalities are sure to make you smile.
With such a difficult name to pronounce, many simply call this breed PBGV. The PBGV is a bright alert dog filled with lots of energy. Known as the "happy breed", this breed is great for families with older children.
Often called the Cadillac of bird hunting dogs, the Pointer's medium size and smooth coat also make it attractive to families. The Pointer needs little grooming but are very active dogs and will be happiest with a yard.
Did you know that Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel with a Pom by his side? The Pomeranian is incredibly cute with their fluffy coats and energetic personalities. These dogs crave human companionship and are great dogs for just about anyone!
One of the most popular dog breeds in America. The Poodle's intelligence, lack of shedding, and different sizes are some of the many things their owners love about them. The Poodle is a great show dog that's easy to train and great for any family!
Meet the water-loving dog that has warmed the heart of the White House. The Portuguese Water Dog is family- friendly and loves to swim and run. These dogs shed very little and are even tempered making them great with children and other pets.
What some call ugly others might call irresistably cute! They're loving, attentive and loyal making the Pug a perfect fit for any family!
The Puli is a rare, intelligent breed that literally looks like a moving mop. Puli owners are sure to turn heads while walking around the neighborhood. Originating in the Hungarian plains, they were bred to herd sheep and livestock.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback's courage and durability make them great for country homes and active families that like the outdoors. They're loved for their protective and loving nature with children.
Rottweilers are no nonsense creatures who need lots of attention and training. However, the Rottweiler can also be extremely friendly if trained properly to your lifestyle. They're versatile and protective and are best with experienced owners.