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Types of Black Dogs

Alaskan ​Malamute​
Alaskan ​Malamute​

The Alaskan Malamute is the largest of the Arctic dogs. This thick, well-built dog is solid with a plumed tail that is held over the back. The head is wide with erect ears. The eyes are of medium size, dark brown small, and almond in shape and are obliquely placed in the skull. The dog holds an image of a wolf but with a proud, sweet expression.

Australian ​Shepherd​
Australian ​Shepherd​

Australian Shepherds are highly intelligent and easy to train. Though aggressive when at work with livestock, the Aussie is gentle with human friends. Australian Shepherds are not the kind of dog to lie around the living room all day or live happily in the backyard with only a 15-minute walk.

Beagle​
Beagle​

Beagle Dwarfism: This is a condition where the dog is smaller than normal. This condition may or may not be accompanied by other physical abnormalities, such as extremely short legs. This condition may or may not be accompanied by other physical abnormalities, such as extremely short legs.

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Bernese ​Mountain Dog​
Bernese ​Mountain Dog​

The Bernese Mountain Dog (German: Berner Sennenhund) is a large-sized breed of dog, one of the four breeds of Sennenhund-type dogs from the Swiss Alps. The name Sennenhund is derived from the German Senne ("alpine pasture") and Hund ("dog"), as they accompanied the alpine herders and dairymen called Senn.

Border Collie​
Border Collie​

While black and white is the most commonly seen colour pattern of the Border Collie, the breed appears in just about any colour and pattern known to occur in dogs.

Boston Terrier​
Boston Terrier​

Originating in the city of Boston, Massachusetts, the Boston Terrier is one of the few breeds developed in the USA. The original Boston Terriers were a cross between the English Bulldog and the now extinct English White Terrier.

Cane Corso​
Cane Corso​

The Corso’s short coat comes in black, light, and dark shades of gray; light and dark shades of fawn; and red. Any of these colors may have a brindle pattern: irregular streaks of light and dark color. Solid fawn and red Corsos may have a black or gray mask. The Corso’s ears may be cropped or uncropped.

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Dalmatian ​dog​
Dalmatian ​dog​

"Here is a picture of my Dalmatian, Two-Dots, at 8 years old and in great condition! He is a very social dog and he just loves kids. Even though dogs aren't supposed to share a basket with a kitten, he loves our new kitten, too.

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Dobermann​
Dobermann​

Deevo the black and tan Doberman Pinscher at 10 months old from India Deevo the black and tan Doberman Pinscher at 10 months old from India "Titan is a 3 and 1/2 year old black and tan male Doberman weighing 101 pounds.

English ​Springer Spaniel​
English ​Springer Spaniel​

The English Springer Spaniel is a sweet-faced, lovable bird dog of great energy, stamina, and brains. Sport hunters cherish the duality of working Springers: handsome, mannerly pets during the week, and trusty hunting buddies on weekends.

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German ​Shepherd​
German ​Shepherd​

BLACK German Shepherd. About four months back another Periodical presented the truth about WHITE German Shepherds, and you may remember that there was a lot of news to absorb. Now, the truth about the BLACK German Shepherd holds a few fascinating insights too.

Giant ​Schnauzer​
Giant ​Schnauzer​

The Giant Schnauzer is a large, powerful, compact dog. It looks like a larger version of the Standard Schnauzer. The dog’s height is the same as the length, giving it a square look. The head is strong and rectangular in appearance. The muzzle is the same length as the top of the head. The stop is slight. The large nose is black.

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Great Dane​
Great Dane​

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.

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Greater Swiss ​Mountain Dog​
Greater Swiss ​Mountain Dog​

The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog (German: Grosser Schweizer Sennenhund or French: Grand Bouvier Suisse) is a dog breed which was developed in the Swiss Alps. The name Sennenhund refers to people called Senn or Senner, dairymen and herders in the Swiss Alps.

Miniature ​Pinscher​
Miniature ​Pinscher​

Many people think that the Miniature Pinscher was developed by breeding Dobermans to progressively smaller sizes, and indeed, the Miniature Pinscher looks similar to a Doberman. However, the Min Pin is a distinct and much older breed.

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Miniature ​Schnauzer​
Miniature ​Schnauzer​

The Miniature Schnauzer, the smallest of the three Schnauzer breeds, is a generally healthy, long-lived, and low-shedding companion. Add an outgoing personality, a portable size, and sporty good looks, and you’ve got an ideal family dog.

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Portuguese ​Water Dog​
Portuguese ​Water Dog​

The Portuguese Water Dog is a breed of working dog as classified by the American Kennel Club. Portuguese Water Dogs are originally from the Portuguese region of the Algarve, from where the breed expanded to all around Portugal's coast, where they were taught to herd fish into fishermen's nets, to retrieve lost tackle or broken nets, and to act as couriers from ship to ship, or ship to shore.

Rottweiler​
Rottweiler​

"Rottweiler breeders aim at a dog of abundant strength, black coated with clearly defined rich tan markings, whose powerful appearance does not lack nobility and which is exceptionally well suited to being a companion, service and working dog." This breed is all about balance, endurance, proportionality, intelligence and strength. The various standards in place for the Rottweiler's physical appearance specify these characteristics.

Scottish ​Terrier​
Scottish ​Terrier​

The Scottish Terrier (Scottish Gaelic: Abhag Albannach; also known as the Aberdeen Terrier), popularly called the Scottie, is a breed of dog. Initially one of the highland breeds of terrier that were grouped under the name of Skye Terrier, it is one of five breeds of terrier that originated in Scotland, the other four being the modern Skye, Cairn, Dandie Dinmont, and West Highland White Terriers.

Shetland ​Sheepdog​
Shetland ​Sheepdog​

The Shetland Sheepdog, also known as the Sheltie, is a breed of herding dog that originated in the Shetland Islands. The original name of this breed was Shetland Collie, but when this caused controversy among the Rough Collie breeders of the time, the breed's name was formally changed to Shetland Sheepdog.