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Norwegian Elkhound

An intelligent and independent dog that was developed for hunting, Norwegian Elkhounds also make a good watchdog. They need an energetic and active owner, and also someone confident enough to handle their strong nature. Find out more here.


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Old English Sheepdog

Big and shaggy, Old English Sheepdogs are highly intelligent but a little stubborn! Their thick coat needs regular grooming and they are prone to eye diseases. Find out more here.


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Pointer

Also referred to as an English Pointer, this breed has boundless energy! Bred to hunt and work, they need a lot of exercise, but also love being couch potatoes between outings.


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Poodle

Poodles come in three different sizes: standard, miniature and toy. Originally from France, they are now popularly bred with other breeds to create “designer” dogs such as Labradoodles and Cockapoos.


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Rhodesian Ridgeback

Ridgebacks are an imposing breed with a history of not just hunting lions but retrieving and carrying items and guarding children. They thrive on having a purpose and being included in family activities.


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Rottweiler

Rottweilers originated in Germany, where their full name is Rottweil Metzgerhund or “Butchers Dog.” This large breed is intelligent, powerful and hardworking.


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Saint Bernard

This enormous Swiss dog is known for his courage and trustworthiness, and makes a wonderful family dog.


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Samoyed

Samoyeds will bring a smile to your household, as well as quite a lot of energy! They demand your attention and also need time spent on their luxurious coats but will give you many happy hours in return. Find out more here.


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Scottish Deerhound

Since winning Best in Show at the 2011 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the quiet and regal Scottish Deerhound is expected to grow in popularity.


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Shar-Pei

Independent and calm Shar Peis are easily recognized by their wrinkly coats.


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