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Top Ten dog Breeds uk

Bulldog​
Bulldog​

The Dogo is banned in at least 10 countries, including the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Portugal. 4. Fila Braziliero. The Fila or Brazilian Mastiff is a huge dog bred for hunting boar and jaguar, and was even used for tracking down runaway slaves. It has Mastiff, Bulldog and Bloodhound ancestry. It is highly prized for its aggressiveness.

Golden ​Retriever​
Golden ​Retriever​

"Two Golden Retriever brothers on a nice sit-stay in their backyard, looking pretty for the camera—on the left is Little Du, 5 years old, and on the right is Rocky, 6 years old. Rocky is a Delta Society-registered therapy dog and visits nursing homes and hospitals. Dutchy begins his training in the winter.

Border Terrier​
Border Terrier​

Today while the Border Terrier is mostly a companion dog, he can still serve as a fine farm dog, helping to control vermin. The Border Terrier was recognized by the British Kennel Club in 1920 and by the American Kennel Club in 1930.

Cavalier King ​Charles Spaniel​
Cavalier King ​Charles Spaniel​

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed, as we know it today, is the product of the American breeders of the late 1920s, though this 'modern' breed is the true heir of the royal spaniels of King Charles II.

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Beagle​
Beagle​

The Beagle Dog Breed (also known as English Beagle) ... breeds, the Beagle shed more in the Spring and ... placed for sale on the Pets4Homes.co.uk website in the ...

Rough Collie​
Rough Collie​

The Rough Collie (also known as the Long-Haired Collie) is a long-coated breed of medium to large size dog that in its original form was a type of collie used and bred for herding in Scotland. Originating in the 1800s, it is now well known through the works of author Albert Payson Terhune, and through the Lassie novel, movies, and television shows.

Border Collie​
Border Collie​

The Border Collie is a popular herding dog that helps out at home. Here’s everything to know about this intelligent and hardworking dog. See full information.

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Airedale ​Terrier​
Airedale ​Terrier​

Airedale; Bingley Terrier; King of Terriers; Waterside Terrier; Pronunciation. AIR-dail TAIR-ee-uhr. Your browser does not support the audio tag. Description. The Airedale Terrier is the largest of the terriers and stands square in appearance. The skull is about the same length as the muzzle, with a very slight stop that is hard to see. The head is long and flat.

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Welsh Terrier​
Welsh Terrier​

The Welsh Terrier has been claimed to be the oldest existing dog breed in the UK according to research. The Welsh Terrier was a latecomer to the British show-ring (being primarily a working dog) and was not officially registered as a breed until the 19th century.

Bullmastiff​
Bullmastiff​

Image caption Dog fighting's reportedly still going on in the UK, and around the world "Any dog can be dangerous in the wrong hands. "These [banned] dogs are strong, muscular and powerful breeds, so they do have the potential to cause harm.

source: bbc.co.uk
Lakeland ​Terrier​
Lakeland ​Terrier​

The breed was originally called the Patterdale Terrier, however it is a separate breed from the Patterdale Terrier that we know of today. The Lakeland was developed by crossing the Bedlington Terrier, with the Old English Wirehaired Terrier in the Lake District of England.

Bedlington ​Terrier​
Bedlington ​Terrier​

The Bedlington Terrier Dog Breed (also known as Rothbury Terrier, Rodbery Terrier, Rothbury's Lamb) Information and Facts, including buying advice, photos, average costs to own and health care tips.

Flat-Coated ​Retriever​
Flat-Coated ​Retriever​

Prospective owners should be very careful when considering buying a Flat Coated Retriever from abroad and should refer to the "Health Testing" information for Imported Dogs before committing to buy a dog. The information can be found at the Flat Coated Retriever Breed Club UK website under Point 16 of the "Society's Code of Ethics".

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American Pit ​Bull Terrier​
American Pit ​Bull Terrier​

Image caption This is a Pit Bull terrier - often confused with Staffordshire bull terriers The first of these, the Pit Bull terrier, originated in England, and was bred with fighting in mind. It was used in blood sports like bull and bear baiting - where packs of dogs were set against bigger animals in a pit.

source: bbc.co.uk
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Otterhound​
Otterhound​

Because the Otterhound was never traditionally kept as a pet, it is not among the most responsive of breeds. Training the Otterhound takes patience. If the Otterhound senses the owners are weaker minded than itself it will become quite willful, acting independent with a mind of its own as it will believe it needs to run the home.

Parson ​Russell Terrier​
Parson ​Russell Terrier​

The Jack Russell Terrier and the Russell Terrier are the same breed, but are entirely a separate breed from the Parson Russell Terrier. In England, the Jack Russell and the Parson Russell have always been two distinct breeds.

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Curly-Coated ​Retriever​
Curly-Coated ​Retriever​

The Curly-Coated Retriever. This lovely athletic breed of dog boasts a wonderfully tight curly coat, they are highly intelligent which is why they are such popular working dogs. However, they need a firm but gentle hand otherwise they can be a little too naughty and tend to be a little wilful.

Norwich ​Terrier​
Norwich ​Terrier​

The Norwich Terrier, also known as the Trumpington Terrier, Cantab Terrier, Jones Terrier, Prick-Eared Norwich Terrier and the Norwich, is one of the smallest of all working terrier breeds. Farmers, hunters and families alike value the Norwich’s gameness, loyalty, adaptability and great charm.

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English White ​Terrier​
English White ​Terrier​

However, this breed has left a legacy. The crossing of the English White Terrier with the English Bulldog resulted to the Bull Terrier and the Boston Terrier. Trump, the dog from where the Jack Russell Terrier was developed is an English White Terrier.

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