The Labrador Retriever has been the most popular dog breed in the United States for thirty years.
Originally bred as a tiny version of the bulldog, the French Bulldog is now only kept as a companion animal.
Their intelligence and versatility make them easier to train than the majority of dog breeds.
This Scottish breed has served in a variety of capacities, including search-and-rescue, service, and hunting.
Bulldogs are muscular, wrinkled, and distinct-appearing canines whose exterior belies their friendly and good-natured dispositions.
As a member of the non-sporting group, Poodles are one of the most popular breeds of show dogs.
They were bred to be excellent hunters, and they succeed admirably. However, they make equally ideal family dogs due to their friendly and cheerful disposition.
They are regarded for being trustworthy and confident guardians and watchdogs.
These dogs have mottled brown patches and splotches on a white coat, and their heads are often predominantly brown with some white.
Their unique body structure was designed specifically for following tunneling animals into their holes.