Dogs

There are so many breeds of dogs that a Federation has been formed to group them according to their characteristics. You can find dogs with short hair, long hair, a tail, no tail, big ears, small ears, different colors, different sizes, different shapes, and even a different temperment. All of the breeds have something special. Learn more about them in this section.

Discover the Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Thanks to the internet, the Corgi has become popular outside of England, which is where this breed originates. This dog breed, with a friendly appearance but a strong character, has all that it takes to become the king of viral…

The Gascon Saintongeois

The Gascon Saintongeois is a French hound that is little known outside of France. It was bred to continue the legacy of a breed which is already extinct. They make excellent pets with their calm character and caring for them…

The Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

The Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is a dog of Irish origin that belongs to the terrier family. It’s medium in size, and highly intelligent. What’s more, it makes for an excellent companion, adapting rather easily to any family and home.…

Grand Basset Griffon Vendéens

Grand Basset Griffon Vendéens are a hound breed native to France. They specialize in hunting rabbits and other large animals. They’re very famous in the south of France where shotgun hunting is very popular. Grand Basset Griffon Vendéens This species comes from crossing…

Swedish Elkhounds

Swedish Elkhounds, or Jämhundt, are large ancient dogs. Closely related to wolves, both in appearance and character, they were originally raised for hunting. However, they also make excellent companions. Origin of Swedish Elkhounds According to the World Canine Association, Swedish Elkhounds belong to group…

Pyrenean Type French Pointers

In this article, we’ll talk about French Pointers. In fact, lots of people confuse them with the Gascogne type. To clear up the confusion, we’ll tell you more about this breed in this article. What you should know about French Pointers…

Hierran Wolfdogs

Hierran wolfdogs are herding dogs for cattle. In addition, the Royal Canine Society of Spain (RCSC) recognizes them as a breed. With a primitive and wolfish appearance and a slender frame, this beautiful animal is faithful to its owners, yet suspicious…

The Drever or the Dachsbracke Dog Breed

The Drever, also know as the Dachsbracke, is the smallest dog among canines of Swedish origin. Specifically, it’s a hound or tracking dog of small stature. The origin of the Drever According to the International Cynological Federation, the Drever belongs…

All About the Smooth Fox Terrier Breed

The Smooth Fox Terrier is a compact animal that humans used in the past to hunt foxes. This fun and intrepid canine breed can live both in the country and in the city. Today, we’ll tell you all you want to know…

The Kai Ken: A Japanese National Icon

There are a great number of different dog breeds, and some are more well-known than others. Today, we want to talk to you about a Japanese species that you may never have heard of before. It’s the Kai Ken, a…

Meet the Ariege Pointer: A Hunter Dog

Today, we want to talk to you about a dog breed that isn’t very famous even in its own country of origin. We’re referring to the Ariege Pointer. This is a dog that we’ve particularly loved researching in order to…

The Legendary Italian Pointer

The Italian Pointer is one of the oldest breeds on the planet. There are many amazing stories about them, and they have a reputation for being both excellent company and hard workers. Today, we’ll tell you all about their history…

Meet the Norwegian Buhund

The Norwegian Buhund, also known as the Norwegian Sheepdog, is a native dog from Scandinavia, and, in particular, Norway. It belongs to the Spitz family and is closely related to the Icelandic Shepherd and the Jämthund. It’s considered one of…