Discover the one mistake most people make when researching dog breeds for people with asthma and other allergies. Plus, our list of 5 dogs that fare well.
Rhodesian ridgebacks can be summed up in one word: dignified. But what else makes these lion hunters tick? Read our Rhodesian ridgeback breed profile…
The cane corso is a large, muscular dog protective of its owners and originating from Italy.
This is a small but energetic dog who loves people and other animals.
Known as the barkless dog, the basenji makes more of a yodel sound. Silence doesn’t mean sedate, though.
This large dog has deep roots in water rescue and is one of the best dogs for children. Read more in our breed profile of the Newfoundland.
Is the Vizsla the right dog for you? Read more about this energetic and affectionate dog in our Vizsla breed profile.
The Staffordshire bull terrier is a muscular and affectionate dog often plagued by breed-specific laws. Read more in our breed profile.
If you have room for a giant dog that’s all bark and no bite, read our breed profile of the Leonberger.
Bouvier des Flandres are large, energetic dogs originally used for herding, with great temperaments. Read our breed profile to learn more.
This large, shaggy dog is full of love, and hard to find! There are fewer than 1,000 in the world. Read our breed profile of the otterhound.
Did you know the schipperke was bred to live on riverboats? Learn more about these clever little dogs in our schipperke breed profile.