High Energy

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

Whether the Wirehaired Pointing Griffon is a French breed, a native of Germany or the Netherlands should be irrelevant. What’s more is that they’ve come the ayatollah of Gun Dogs. This medium size breed, high energetic and versatile, is the dream dog for on the foot hunters.  To be sure, …

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White Shepherd

White Shepherd

They may be Caucasian, but whatever you do, do not call the White Shepherd an albino. Along with that myth, the white version of the great German Shepherd often faces plenty of confusion. As in, are they a distinct breed or are they a blemish of the German Shepherd? Indeed, …

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West Highland White Terrier

West Highland White Terrier

If you see a moving cotton ball around the backyard, no need to get the fear, that’s just the lovable West Highland White Terrier. Said to be the youngest of the Scottish Terrier lot, the Westie is as bold as they are show boaters.  If you want bestie like the Westie — …

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Welsh Springer Spaniel

Welsh Springer Spaniel

When you combine handsome with intelligent you get the Welsh Springer Spaniel. Somewhere in the middle of the spaniel world—Welshies aren’t as popular as the Boykin or Cocker but certainly edge out the Clumber and Field. While it’s not unique for a breed to have a murky history, as does …

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Toy Fox Terrier

Toy Fox Terrier

If you like buying American, then the Toy Fox Terrier is waiting to hear from you! This exuberant, running, and jumping Toy breed comes from an impressive ancestry of performers. From the dog shows to the circus, yes the circus, the TFT loves the spotlight. However, don’t let the cute …

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Vizsla

Vizsla

When you take one look at the Vizsla, you can’t help but think, what a charming Golden Rust dog. Indeed, that is all true as a companion. Yet, on the trail, this medium size breed is game for high energy pursuits and possesses the versatile skill capabilities hunters dream about. …

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Swedish Vallhund

Swedish Vallhund

They aren’t Corgis, although they look the part — the Swedish Vallhund is an ancient herding breed with high energy to shake off.  While the breed is considerably rare, there is growing enthusiasm about them in the United States. And why not, they are eager to work, striving to please …

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Thai Ridgeback

Thai Ridgeback

If you suffer from Ophidiophobia — then the Thai Ridgeback is the dog for you. Meet the rare and exotic medium size breed, with a propensity of capturing and killing Cobras. If they have to, that is. Living most of its existence in isolation, the Ridgeback is beginning to see …

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Tibetan Spaniel

Tibetan Spaniel

Down on your luck? Well, it sounds like you’re in need of a Tibetan Spaniel. That’s right, the dog from the Rooftop of the world, Tibet, is said to be a symbol of good luck. This small, rather active, non sporting group has been the charm on monks for at …

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Standard Schnauzer

Standard Schnauzer

[tps_footer][/tps_footer] Move over Tom Selleck and Rollie Fingers, there’s a new moustache in town — The Standard Schnauzer. Meet the German snout. This hairy, medium size, versatile working breed needs no help filling out their resume. A farm dog from the Middle Ages, the Standard Schnauzer is also the progenitor …

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