The Labrador Retriever is America's most popular dog for a reason. The breed is gentle and trainable. The breed is versatile, hunting, displaying, dock diving, tracking, and obedience.
Kids love the wrinkled Bulldog. These faithful dogs love spending time with their family and adapt to various environments.
Golden Retrievers became popular because hunters wanted a medium-sized dog for upland and waterfowl hunting. Today, the breed is one of the most successful, recognized, and popular in all competitions
The Beagle's early evolution is unknown. Beagles are smart, small, and simple to groom.
"Multum in parvo"—"a lot of dog in a small space"—describes the Pug. He's little, yet his roguish visage charms men, women, and particularly children.
Brussels Griffons are lively, smart, and energetic. He needs mental and physical stimulation. He can live in an apartment if you let him go about.
In the 18th century, Big Red popularized the Irish Setter. The high-energy Irish Setter is perfect for busy families.
French Bulldogs are one of the most popular small-dog breeds, particularly in cities. New families love the friendly, trainable breed.
Collies are famous herders. Strong, loyal, loving, responsive, and swift. High-energy Collies are great for busy families.