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Berger Picard

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Loyal, Good-Natured, Observant

The Berger Picard is a lanky herding dog of strong bone and sturdy build. Picards spent centuries as take-charge independent problem-solvers, so early socialization and positive training are necessary to cope with their stubborn streak.

Berger Picard Club of America
Black Russian
black russian 
Opal Ridge

Intelligent, Calm, Powerful

The Black Russian Terrier is a large, immensely powerful worker of heavy bone and coarse all-black coat. BRTs are known for their courage, confidence, and intelligence. Bred to guard and protect, they are naturally aloof with strangers.

Black Russisan Terrier Club of America
AbbeyhiIl Collies
(Rough & Smooth)

Devoted, Graceful, Proud


The majestic Collie, thanks to a hundred years as a pop-culture star, is among the world’s most recognizable and beloved dog breeds. The full-coated “rough” Collie is the more familiar variety, but there is also a sleek “smooth” Collie.

Collie Club of America 

Enchanted Hart Dalmations

Dignified, Smart, Outgoing

The dignified Dalmatian, dogdom's citizen of the world, is famed for his spotted coat and unique job description. During their long history, these "coach dogs" have accompanied the horse-drawn rigs of nobles, gypsies, and firefighters.

Dalmation Club of America
English Setter
  • Bluestar English Setters
Friendly, Mellow, Merry

The English Setter is a medium-sized sporting dog of sweet temper and show-stopping good looks. It is one of the AKC’s four British setters created to work on the distinctly different terrains of England, Ireland, and Scotland.

English Setter Association of America
Great Danedane


  • Friendly, Patient, Dependable
  • The easygoing Great Dane, the mighty “Apollo of Dogs,” is a total joy to live with—but owning a dog of such imposing size, weight, and strength is a commitment not to be entered into lightly. This breed is indeed great, but not a Dane.

Great Dane Club of America

Lakeway Manchesters

Agile, Spirited, Intelligent

The Manchester Terrier is named after the English city where it was first bred. Sleek, racy dogs who possess a terrier’s ratting instinct and the graceful contours of coursing hounds, Manchesters are spirited, bright, and athletic. They combine the streamlined grace of a coursing hound and the instincts of a fearless Rat Terrier. These racy dogs come in two size varieties:  Toy (not exceeding 12 pounds) and Standard (not exceeding 22 pounds).

American Manchester Terrier Club

Mini Schnauzer
Opal Ridge

Friendly, Smart, Obedient

The Miniature Schnauzer, the smallest of the three Schnauzer breeds, is a generally healthy, long-lived, and low-shedding companion. Norwich Terriers are plucky little earthdogs named for their hometown in England. The old cliché “a big dog in a small package” was coined for breeds like the Norwich, who can be oblivious to the fact that they are just 10 inches tall.
Add an outgoing personality, a portable size, and sporty good looks, and you’ve got an ideal family dog.

The American Miniature Schnauzer Club
Sea Lyric Norwish Terriers

Affectionate, Alert, Curious

Norwich Terriers are plucky little earthdogs names for their hometown in England. The old cliché "a big dog in a small package" was coined for breeds like the Norwich, who can be oblivious to the fact that they are just 10 inches tall.

Norwich Terrier Club of America

Sua Mah Pembroke Welsh Corgis

Affectionate, Smart, Alert

Among the most agreeable of all small housedogs, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a strong, athletic, and lively little herder who is affectionate and companionable without being needy. They are one the world's most popular herding breeds.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America



  • Affectionate, Gentle, Engergentic


  • The Vizsla is a versatile, red-coated gundog built for long days in the field. For centuries, these rugged but elegant athletes have been the pride of Hungarian sportsmen and their popularity in America increases with each passing year.

  • Vizsla Club of America 

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  • Friendly, Spirited, Intelligent
  • The Welsh Terrier is as alert and spirited as any self-respecting terrier, but a bit calmer than most—“game, not quarrelsome,” as breed fanciers say. The Welshman was bred to do battle with badgers, otters, and other dangerous opponents.
  • Welsh Terrier Club of America


  • Affectionate, Playful, Calm
  • The sleek, sweet-faced Whippet, the “Poor Man’s Racehorse,” is lightning quick. He is an amiable, dignified, and gentle soul, but give him something to chase and he’s all business. The name Whippet is synonymous with streamlined grace.
  • The American Whippet Club