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Nicknamed Gray Ghost due to its distinct coloring, the Weimaraner was developed to be a gun dog by a German Duke in the early 1800s for the sole purpose of hunting big game such ...READ MORE +
The Newfoundland dog is always a large working dog common in many countries. Newfoundland dogs are often black, white, and black or brown, (Landseer), or gray. Is Newfoundland ...READ MORE +
Miniature Schnauzers emerged in Germany in the 1800s, where they were bred to kill rats and to keep watch. These are smallish dogs, weighing 10 to 15 pounds (5 to 7 kg) and ...READ MORE +
The English Setter is ranked among the top 100 popular dog breeds in the UK. These dogs like to be among people all the time so they are best suited for environments where there ...READ MORE +