These active herding dogs are loving and happy, but make sure you socialize them from a young age to nip stubbornness in the bud.
These hunting dogs need rigorous daily exercise to expel their energy.
German Pinschers are smart, confident and alert dogs who may chase after small animals.
Australia’s first native dog breed, the Australian Terrier is one of the smallest of the terriers. They are active and affectionate dogs who love children.
As one of the biggest dog breeds in the world, Neapolitan Mastiffs are affectionate, calm and loving — but they’re not recommended for first-timers.
These are loving, playful dogs who don’t bark much.
Irish Wolfhounds are affectionate companions who love children.
Although these dogs look like mini Aussies, they’re not. Miniature American Shepherds were found and bred in California in the 1960s.
These rare dogs are companions and hunters who love their people and occasionally break into barking frenzies.
These small, scruffy dogs were once known to hunt foxes and vermin on the border between England and Scotland.