Bulldog

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Bulldog
The bulldog was originally bred for bullbaiting. The bulldog's sour expression contradicts its warm, happy and embracing personality.
Sussex spaniel

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Sussex Spaniel
The Sussex spaniel's leisurely approach to its work is a perfect match for the gentleman hunter on foot.
Beagle

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Beagle
Writer Dave Barry calls the beagle "a nose with four legs." It will follow the scent until it accomplishes its job.
Pekingese

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Pekingese
The tiny Pekingese will fool you with its top-heavy, pear-shaped body under all that hair.
Parti-Color Cocker Spaniel

Credit:  The Westminster Kennel Club

Parti-Color Cocker Spaniel
Cocker Spaniels are wonderful, happy family dogs who can still do it all in the field, too.
Shih tzu

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Shih Tzu
The shih tzu was the choice of royalty for centuries, which explains why it expects to be treated as such today.
Nova Scotia duck-tolling retriever

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The Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever
The Nova Scotia duck-tolling retriever plays a little game at the water's edge to attract curious ducks within range of the hunter.
Bichon frise

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Bichon Frise
The bichon frise is a little cotton swab of a dog that was the pet of royalty for hundreds of years.
Colored bull terrier

Credit:  The Westminster Kennel Club

The Colored Bull Terrier
The strong, powerful colored bull terrier is gentle and loving of children and adults alike.
English toy spaniel

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English Toy Spaniel
The English toy spaniel has been a popular subject in artwork for centuries.

Credit:  The Westminster Kennel Club

Shetland Sheepdog
The Shetland sheepdog is a high-energy, hardworking and intelligent herding dog.

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