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Australian shepherd

The Australian shepherd is a high-energy breed whose origins were mostly unknown previous to its introduction in the United States.

Siberian husky

The Siberian husky, which comes in a variety of coats and sizes, is the pride of the Tundra, serving as both a diligent worker and a loving companion.

Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise has a petite body, a dazzling white coat, and a springy gait, making it a genuine puffball on legs.

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Boxer

Boxers are highly regarded by the AKC and have won Best in Show four times at Westminster: in 1947, 1949, 1951, and 1970.

Dachshund

These short, hairy "wiener dogs" are a fan favorite in the United States despite their German origins.

Boston terrier

These dog breeds are distinguished by their remarkable "tuxedo jacket" coats.

Akita

Akitas were bred in the Akita Prefecture of northern Japan in the early 17th century and have been highly regarded as muscular, obedient guard dogs.

Pug

The pug is one of the world's oldest dog breeds, dating back to the Han era when they were used as hunting dogs.

French bulldog

French bulldogs, a generally energetic breed, are alert and lively without being unruly. Typically, French bulldogs have a calm personalities.

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