A list of the dog breeds recognized by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale. The list can be organized by the FCI number, the breed group, and either the official original, English, French, German or Spanish FCI name. *List of dog breeds for full list of all dog breeds, including those not recognised by the FCI.
625 Spitz and Primitive dogs
AKCNon-Sporting GroupMiscellaneous Class
Bernard, Working • Saluki, Hound • Samoyed, Working • Schipperke, Non-Sporting • Scottish Deerhound, Hound • Scottish Terrier, Terrier • Sealyham Terrier, Terrier • Shetland Sheepdog, Herding • Shiba Inu, Non-Sporting • Shih Tzu, Toy • Siberian Husky, Working • Silky Terrier, Toy • Skye Terrier, Terrier • Sloughi, Hound • Smooth Fox Terrier, Terrier • Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, Terrier • Spanish Water Dog, Herding • Spinone Italiano, Sporting • Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Terrier • Standard Schnauzer, Working • Sussex Spaniel, Sporting • Swedish Vallhund, Herding • Teddy Roosevelt Terrier, Miscellaneous • Tibetan Mastiff, Working • Tibetan Spaniel, Non-Sporting • Tibetan Terrier, Non-Sporting
Special Edition: Rare Breeds 2 * 1 Airedale Terrier. 2 Akita. 3 Basset Hound. 4 Beagle. 5 Bichon Frise. 6 Bloodhound. 7 Boston Terrier. 8 Boxer. 9 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. 10 Chihuahua. 11 Collie. 12 Dachshund. 13 Doberman. 14 English Bulldog. 15 English Springer Spaniel. 16 French Bulldog. 17 German Shepherd. 18 Golden Retriever. 19 Great Dane. 20 Irish Setter. 21 Jack Russell Terrier. 22 Labrador Retriever. 23 Maltese. 24 Miniature Pinscher. 25 Newfoundland. 26 Pembroke Welsh Corgi. 27 Poodle. 28 Pug. 29 Rhodesian Ridgeback. 30 Rottweiler. 31 Shar Pei. 32 Shih Tzu. 33 Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier. 34 St.
Freezer - Siberian Husky, male dog that defeated Ryoma in a territorial fight in episode 5, but beaten by Ryoma in episode 7. Airi - Irish Setter. Whity - A female Poodle in episode 9, owned by Rogers. Shunaemon - Standard Schnauzer. Shetlan - Shetland Sheepdog. Edgar - A Wire Fox Terrier that taught Freddy to get food by begging to sausage vendor in episode 6. Mace - Great Dane owned by Happy Kennel that used to work for police as sniffing dog, and always travel with Grace. Police Dog - Giant Schnauzer. Police Dog - English Pointer. Police Dog - English Pointer. Alex - Owner of Happy Kennel.
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Dogs have been selectively bred for thousands of years either by inbreeding dogs from the same ancestral lines or by mixing dogs from very different lines. The process continues, resulting in a widening in appearance without speciation. The list uses a wide interpretation of the word "breed". Dog breeds are usually categorized by the functional type from which the breed was developed. The basic types are companion dogs, guard dogs, hunting dogs, herding dogs and working dogs. Breeds listed here may be traditional breeds with long histories as registered breeds, rare breeds with their own registries, or new breeds that may still be under development.
Breed All About It was a show that headlined one breed of dog, or a group of dogs, and presented facts and advice about that breed. It was aired Animal Planet. The series was hosted by Cam "Buzz" Brainard. Earlier episodes of the series were significantly different from later episodes because they were produced for non-commercial broadcast on networks like the BBC networks and PBS. After the show moved to Animal Planet permanently, episodes became more structured, with specific segments dealing with different aspects of the dog breed.
List of famous dogsList of dogsList of dogs noted for being faithful after their master's death
Famous dog names with images and information in a sortable table. The World's Oldest Dogs. German Shepherd Husky Mix.
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The three groups were In 2012, a study looked at 49,000 single nucleotide polymorphisms that gave a genome-wide coverage of 1,375 dogs representing 35 breeds, 19 wolves, and previous published genetic signatures of other breeds, giving a total of 121 breeds covered. The study found a deep genetic split between old-world and new-world wolves, and confirmed the genetic divergence of 13 breeds from a 2010 study (Afghan Hound, Akita, Alaskan Malamute, American Eskimo, Basenji, Canaan dog, Chow Chow, Dingo, New Guinea singing dog, Saluki, Samoyed, Shar-Pei, Siberian Husky), plus another three: the Eurasier, Finnish Spitz and Shiba Inu.
hip dysplasiahipcanine hip dysplasia
It is most common in medium-large pure bred dogs, such as Newfoundlands, German Shepherd Dogs, retrievers (such as Labradors, Tollers, or Goldens), rottweilers and Mastiff, but also occurs in some smaller breeds such as spaniels and pugs. Petplan Australia reported that signs of arthritis in dogs and cats include stiffness, difficulty moving, lethargy, irritability, and cat or dog may lick, chew or bite at sore joints.
Second World WarwarWWII
World War II (often abbreviated to WWII or WW2), also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945. The vast majority of the world's countries—including all the great powers—eventually formed two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. A state of total war emerged, directly involving more than 100 million people from more than 30 countries. The major participants threw their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities behind the war effort, blurring the distinction between civilian and military resources.
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Outcrossing between unrelated individuals, including dogs of different breeds, results in the beneficial masking of deleterious recessive mutations in progeny. In a study of seven breeds of dogs (Bernese mountain dog, basset hound, Cairn terrier, Epagneul Breton, German Shepherd dog, Leonberger, and West Highland white terrier) it was found that inbreeding decreases litter size and survival. Another analysis of data on 42,855 dachshund litters found that as the inbreeding coefficient increased, litter size decreased and the percentage of stillborn puppies increased, thus indicating inbreeding depression. In a study of boxer litters, 22% of puppies died before reaching 7 weeks of age.
Another sourcedog coat coloursGenes associated with hair length, growth, and texture
Usually off-coloured individuals are excluded from breeding, but that doesn't stop the inheritance of the recessive allele from carriers mated with standard-coloured dogs to new carriers. In the breed Boxer large white markings in heterzygous carriers with genotype S s i or S s w belong to the standard colours, therefore extreme white Boxers are born regularly, some of them with health problems. The cream-white colour of the Shiba Inu is not caused by any spotting gene but by strong dilution of pheomelanin. Melanocytes are present in the whole skin and in the embryonic tissue for the auditory organs and eyes, therefore this colour is not associated with any health issues.
Beagle. Bearded Collie. Beauceron. Belgian Malinois. Belgian Sheepdog. Bernese Mountain Dog. Bichon Frisé. Black and Tan Coonhound. Border Collie. Border Terrier. Brittany. Cairn Terrier. Canadian Eskimo Dog. Cardigan Welsh Corgi. Chesapeake Bay Retriever. Chihuahua (deer-headed). Chinese Crested. Chinook. Chow Chow. Clumber Spaniel. Dalmatian. Dhole. English Cocker Spaniel. English Foxhound. English Springer Spaniel. Field Spaniel. Finnish Lapphund. Finnish Spitz. German Shorthaired Pointer. German Wirehaired Pointer. German Spitz. Golden Retriever. Irish Setter. Japanese Spitz. Keeshond. Komondor. Kuvasz. Labrador Retriever. Maltese. Miniature Pinscher. Norfolk Terrier. Norwich Terrier.
dog yearsold age12 years and 3 months
According to the UC Davis Book of Dogs, small-breed dogs (such as small terriers) become geriatric at about 11 years; medium-breed dogs (such as larger spaniels) at 10 years; large-breed dogs (such as German Shepherd Dogs) at 8 years; and giant-breed dogs (such as Great Danes) at 7 years. Life expectancy usually varies within a range. For example, a Beagle (average life expectancy 13.3 years) usually lives to around 12–15 years, and a Scottish Terrier (average life expectancy 12 years) usually lives to around 10–16 years. Two of the longest living dogs on record, "Bluey" and "Chilla", were Australian Cattle Dogs.
Secret Files of the SpyDogs
Scribble appears to be a Beagle mix. Angus (voiced by Jim Ward) - A Scottish Terrier from Scotland who is the technological genius of the Spy Dogs. He is the show's plucky comic relief, next to Scribble. He has a mother who is also from Scotland. Von Rabie (voiced by Jim Cummings) - A dog of unknown breed (somewhere around Pit Bull, Boxer, Rottweiler and Doberman Pinscher) from America (originally from Australia) who is an operative of the Spy Dogs. He is the genius bruiser of the group. Frank (voiced by Jess Harnell in a Brooklyn accent) - A Staffordshire Bull Terrier/Dachshund mix who is fearless. He is ready to take on anything or anybody.
This is a list of fictional dogs in live-action film and is a subsidiary to the list of fictional dogs. It is a collection of various non-animated dogs in film. * Some of the prose in this article was copied from http://www.lingerandlook.com/Names/DogsallList.php and related pages, which are available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license and the GNU Free Documentation License.
These are lists of fatal dog attacks in the United States between the years 2000 and 2009, reported by the news media, published in scholarly papers, or mentioned through other sources. In the lists below, the breed is assigned by the sources. In other countries: Fatal dog attacks in the United States. Animal attack. Beware of the dog. Coyote attack. Dingo attack. Dog bite prevention. Dogs in the United States. List of wolf attacks. Wolf attack. Fatal dog attacks. Fatal dog attacks in Canada. Fatal dog attacks in the United Kingdom.
This is a list of fictional dogs in animation, and is subsidiary to the list of fictional dogs. It is a collection of various notable dogs that are featured in animated works including traditional animation, stop-motion animation, or CGI/computer animation.
InubakaYukiya SakuragiMomoko Takeuchi
She really loves Hibino, which shows his love for dogs and that he really cares for them. Anne : A Papillon that was purchased from Woofles by Hibino. Hibino purchased her to see if the rumor about Woofles training their dogs was true. Ironically, she went directly on the pee pad every time. Hibino keeps Anne and takes care of her the exact same way he takes care of Sabrina; with love. Carlos : An English Pointer who is able to dance with his owner. He can perform multiple tricks while dancing with his owner. During the K-9 freestyle competition, during his dance, he jumped and tried to retrieve a feather hat, that one of the judges was wearing.
FCIFederation Cynologique InternationaleFédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)
. * FCI world championships calendar 1) Sheepdogs and cattle dogs (except Swiss cattle dogs). 2) Pinschers and schnauzers - molossoid breeds - Swiss mountain and cattle dogs and other breeds. 3) Terriers. 4) Dachshunds. 5) Spitz and primitive types. 6) Scenthounds and related breeds. 7) Pointers and setters. 8) Retrievers - flushing dogs - water dogs. 9) Companion and toy dogs. 10) Sighthounds. FCI world championships calendar.
Westminster Dog ShowWestminster Kennel ClubWestminster
Two of the most popular dog breeds in the United States have never won Best in Show - they are the Labrador Retriever and the Golden Retriever. The oldest dog to win Best in Show was a Sussex Spaniel named ''Ch. Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee'' (a.k.a. Stump), at ten years of age in 2009. The youngest dog to win was a Rough Collie named Laund Loyalty of Bellhaven, at nine months old in 1929. One dog, a Smooth Fox Terrier named ''Ch. Warren Remedy'' won Best in Show three times (1907–1909), and six other dogs have won twice. Dogs (males) have won Best in Show 68 times to 35 for bitches (females). Following is a list of WKC Best in Show winners since 1990. Terrier Group: 46.
In dogs, the height of the withers is often used to determine the dog's jump height in various dog sports. It is also often a determining factor in whether the dog conforms to the show-quality standards for its breed. Zebras have very low withers, making it far more difficult for a saddle to stay in place.
dog showdog showsBest of Breed
The first modern conformation dog show was held in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, in June 1859, and the only breeds scheduled were pointers and setters. A conformation dog show is not a comparison of one dog to another but a comparison of each dog to a judge's mental image of the ideal breed type as outlined in the individual breed's breed standard. Dog show judges attempt to identify dogs who epitomize the published standards for each breed. This can be challenging, because some judgements must necessarily be subjective.
DMPDSA Dickin Medal
There is evidence that his record is a hoax concocted by the training officer at 2nd SAS at the time so that the dog would remain with the regiment. B ^ The German Shepherd Dog breed was renamed in the UK by The Kennel Club in 1919 to Alsatian Wolf Dog. During the 1920s, the Wolf Dog part of the name fell out of use and dogs of this breed were simply known as Alsatians. The name had been reverted in most countries by 1977 to German Shepherd Dog. Animals. Swansea Jack (1930–1937) – twice decorated by the National Canine Defence League before the introduction of the Dickin Medal. Honouring animals.
This is a list of fictional dogs in comics and is a subsidiary to the list of fictional dogs. It is a collection of various dogs in comics. See other fictional dogs at List of fictional dogs. * Some of the prose in this article was copied from http://www.lingerandlook.com/Names/DogsallList.php and related pages, which are available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license and the GNU Free Documentation License.