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  1. Dog Breeds Animal Science Intro to Vet Tech

  2. Doberman Pinschers- 21 • This dog was originated in Germany in the 1900's. • They were found so that it was used at a guardian and a companion. • As it was able to absorb the intelligence it was then trained to follow the orders of police and became a war dog too. • The Doberman Pinschers emerged from a short haired shepherd- dog combined with a Rottweiler , black and tan terrier and smooth-haired German Pinschers

  3. St. Bernard's~39 • Origin~ Swiss Alps around 1050 A.D. • Use~ They were first used for guard dogs and later used to rescue people. • Fun Facts~ A scientist named C. Keller was the first to breed the Saint Bernard from the Roman “Molossian” dog.

  4. Retrievers (Chesapeake Bay)‏ It is part of the sporting class. And is used to retrieve waterfowl It was bread in 1807 when a English brig wrecked of of Maryland and two Newfoundlands were rescued and bread with the local breeds of dogs. It is the state dog of Maryland

  5. Bullmastiff's~40 • Origin~ Ancient Britain more than 2000 years ago • Use~ guard dogs • Fun Facts~ They are a cross between Mastiffs and the Old English Bulldog. Origin~ Ancient Britain more than 2000 years ago Use~ guard dogs Fun Facts~ They are a cross between Mastiffs and the Old English Bulldog.

  6. Pembroke Welsh Corgis- 22 • It was was discovered in 1107 A.D. • They we brought her so they here so that they would heard the sheep. • The Pembroke Welsh Corgis has no tail.

  7. Collies-38 • ultimately originating in Britain, especially in the upland areas of the north and west. • A collie is a distinctive type of herding dog • There is no such thing as a Miniature Collie. The small dog that resembles a Collie is a Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie), a completely different breed.

  8. Cocker Spaniel • Cocker Spaniel is part of the sporting group • Cocker Spaniels were bred to hunt and go after game • The Cocker Spaniel is the smallest of the sporting group

  9. Papillons-36 • The Papillon is believed to be originally from France. They are also said to have descended from Spanish dwarf spaniel. The Papillon is one of the oldest breeds of dogs with a recorded history in Europe going back nearly 700 years . • Toy Breed • The word "Papillon" means "butterfly dog" in French. The breed was given this name due to their beautiful butterfly ears. It is believed that the name was given by Marie Antoinette who was fond of Papillon

  10. Pointers (German Short Haired)‏ • Pointers are good sporting dogs that have a very good sense of smell and go after game well • The German short haired pointer origin is not known but they are related to the German Bird Dog and the old Spanish Pointer • They are loyal family watchdogs

  11. Australian Shephard • was developed on ranches in the western usa. Despite its name, the breed, commonly known as an Aussie, did not in fact originate in austrila. They acquired their name because of its association with sheepherders who came to the United States from Australia.. • Used for herding and for fun. • Fun facts love to herd and play

  12. Havanese-37 • The Havanese originated in Island of Malta. • Toy Breed • is a breed of dog of the bichon type, which do not shed. These dogs were developed from the now extinct Bichon Tenerife, which was introduced to the Canary Islands by the Spanish and later to other islands and colonies of spain by sailors

  13. Lhasa Apsos It originated in the remote parts of the Himalayan mountains. It is a non-sporting dog. It was a house guard to Tibetan royalty.

  14. French Bull Dog • They came from france. • Use they are used for show. • Fun facts they like to play rough.

  15. small sturdy dogs, originating in the Mediterranean area and having a thick, wavy white coat, drooping ears, and an upwardly curved tail. • Not sure what their used for. • Fun facts they looked like a cottonball

  16. Shetland Sheepdogs • The Shetland Sheepdog is related to the Scottish Border Collie • From Scotland they were transported to the Island of Shetland • They are herding dogs

  17. Maltese • The Maltese is a good companion toy dog • The Maltese is a very eager and active dog • The Maltese is mainly a companion dog

  18. Basset Hounds • They orginated in the sixth century in france basset in french means shortlegged. • Use of basset hounds. They are used for hunting and for searching for lost people. • Fun facts they are cute and cuddley.

  19. Pekingese It is part of the toy group. It is said to be the children of a lion and a marmoset in Chinese mythology. It originated in china.

  20. Cairn Terriers It is part of the Terrier group. It has a weather-resisting coat. It originated in the islands and highlands of western Scotland.

  21. The Chinese Shar-Pei It was originally bread as a all purpose Chinese farm dog. The Chinese thought that because of the way he looked he could scare off evil spirits. It is part of the non-sporting group.

  22. Great Dane- 23 • The was found about 400 years ago. So resources say they we found in Medieval Boar hound in Germany. • This dog is elegant and distinguish. It is a dog used for show. • The Great Dane's name is the English translation of the breed name in French: grand Danois, meaning "big Danish."

  23. Siberian Huskies- 24 • The Siberian Husky was originated by the Chukchi people of northeastern Asia • This dog is mainly used for dog sledding. They have a lot of endurance in the snow. • The first team of Siberian Huskies made its appearance in the All Alaska Sweepstakes Race of 1909.

  24. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels- 25 • This dog was found in the England. It was popular in the United Kingdom. • This dog is usually a luxury item. It is an expensive dog to have. This dog a mainly a toy dog. • The Cavalier was featured on the hit HBO series, "Sex and the City", as Charlotte York's dog.