Basenji Dog list B

Basenji Dog

The Basenji is on the reserved side for a smaller breed, but stuill needs plenty of physical exertion. They are unique in that they can't bark - more of a howl or fox bark.

Basset Hound Dog list B

Basset Hound Dog

The Basset Hound is a calm, gentle breed very suitable for families with kids.

Beagle Dog list B

Beagle Dog

The Beagle craves companionship, whether it be human or canine. With daily exercize, the beagle can be a calm, loving companion.

Beaglier Dog list B

Beaglier Dog

The Beaglier was created by the crossing of two breeds: Beagle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. They are often referred to as a "designer dog".

Bearded Collie Dog list B

Bearded Collie Dog

The Bearded Collie is a fun-loving, high energy dog, with a screwball sense of humour. They are relatively gentle, but may be too rambunctious for small children.

Beauceron Dog list B

Beauceron Dog

The Beauceron is an incredibely intelligent canine - a quick learner with great instincts. They can be overly controlling, though, so early training is necessary.

Bedlington Terrier Dog list B

Bedlington Terrier Dog

The Bedlington Terrier is calm and tame for a terrier. They are a loyal and quiet companion.

Belgian Malinois Dog list B

Belgian Malinois Dog

The Belgian Malinois has endless physical and mental energy to burn, enjoying daily exercize outdoors. They make a graet addition to large families.

Belgian Sheepdog Dog list B

Belgian Sheepdog Dog

The Belgian Sheepdog is a tough, independent thinker. They are loyal and protective as a family dog.

Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Dog list B

Belgian Shepherd Laekenois Dog

Originating in Belgium, the Belgian Shepherd Laekenois breed was developed for the herding and guarding of sheep.

Belgian Tervuren Dog list B

Belgian Tervuren Dog

The Belgian Tervuren is an intelligent, highly energetic dog. They are on the independent side, so they can have a tendency to be unfriendly towards those they don't know.

Bergamasco Dog list B

Bergamasco Dog

Originating in Persia, the Bergamasco is an ancient shepherding breed. They were developed to be independent and intelligent.

Berger Picard Dog list B

Berger Picard Dog

CBerger Picard's are considered to be one of the oldest French herding breeds, the Berger Picard originated during the 9th century in Northern France. Used to herd both sheep and cattle, this breed nearly became extinct during World War I and World War II.

Bernese Mountain  Dog list B

Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain Dog is a large canine, bred for its strength and durability. They are relaxed and caring, and espescially well suited to families with small children, as they are very gentle.

Bich-Poo - Bichpoo Dog list B

Bich-Poo - Bichpoo Dog

The Bich poo, also known as the Poo chon, is created by the crossing of two breeds: Bichon Frise and Poodle.

Bichon Frise Dog list B

Bichon Frise Dog

The Bichon Frise is small in size but huge in personality. They are high energy and tend to bark a lot, making them a fun companion or reliable watchdog.

Biewer Terrier Dog list B

Biewer Terrier Dog

The Biewer Terrier, also called Biewer Yorkie, is a rare breed of toy dog that has long hair hanging quite straight down the side of its body. The breed was developed in 1984 due to a so-called Piebald genetic recessive gene, originating from 2 Yorkshire Terriers.

Black and Tan Coonhound Dog list B

Black and Tan Coonhound Dog

The Black and Tan Coonhounds is mellow indoors, but once released outside can become unruly, with its natural hunter instincts.

Black Mouth Cur Dog list B

Black Mouth Cur Dog

Originating in the Southern region of the United States, the Black Mouth Cur breed was developed to be an all-purpose working dog that contributed to the family.

Black Russian Terrier Dog list B

Black Russian Terrier Dog

The Black Russian Terrier is a calm, strong canine who is particularly attached to their owner and family. They enjoy the company of others, other dogs or people.

Bloodhound Dog list B

Bloodhound Dog

The Bloodhound is a calm breed, while also being very affectionate and personable. Great with children, the Bloodhound can be a great family dog.

Blue Lacy Dog list B

Blue Lacy Dog

The Lacy is medium in size with a light, balanced yet powerful build. Correct Lacy movement alludes to great speed, strength and dexterity. Their coat is short and sleek.

Bluetick Coonhound Dog list B

Bluetick Coonhound Dog

Originating in Louisiana, the Bluetick Coonhounds ancestry can be traced back to the Bleu Gascogne French hounds.

Bobtail Dog list B

Bobtail Dog

Large and squarely proportioned, the Bobtail is an agile dog with a profusely shaggy coat and stocky body. They are muscular and well balanced even though they appear compact.

Bolognese Dog list B

Bolognese Dog

Closely related to the Havanese and Bichon Frise, the Bolognese originated in Italy during the 11th century. A favorite of Renaissance nobility, this breed was often presented to Belgian Royalty as gifts.

Border Collie Dog list B

Border Collie Dog

The Border Collie is one of the most intelligent of the dog breeds. They are also brimming with energy, and needs lots of challenging tasks to keep them occupied.

Border Terrier Dog list B

Border Terrier Dog

The Border Terrier is one of the more amiable and outgoing of the smaller breeds.

Borzoi Dog list B

Borzoi Dog

The Borzoi breed epitomizes elegance, being a mild-mannered, quiet dog - at least indoors. When released outside, they will run hard and chase any critter that moves.

Boston Terrier Dog list B

Boston Terrier Dog

The Boston Terrier is an intelligent breed that loves to please their owner. They are small and vocal, but are generally well behvaed when tended to properly.

Bouvier des Flandres Dog list B

Bouvier des Flandres Dog

The Bouvier des Flandres is a loyal and dependable companion dog. Given proper exercize, this breed is graet indoors or out.

Boxer Dog list B

Boxer Dog

The Boxer is a fantastic family dog: loyal, compassionate, and lots of fun. They can be stubborn at times, but are mostly a joy.

Boxer  Dog list B

Boxer Dog

An active, athletic breed, Boxers need daily work or exercise, as well as a long brisk, daily walk. They also enjoy fetching a ball or other sessions of play.

Boxerdoodle Dog list B

Boxerdoodle Dog

The Boxerdoodle is created by the crossing of two breeds: Boxer and Poodle. They are commonly referred to as a "designer dog". They have become popular companions, and may be potentially used for hunting.

Boykin Spaniel Dog list B

Boykin Spaniel Dog

A relatively modern breed, the Boykin Spaniel breed is highly regarded for their hunting abilities of water fowl.

Bracco Italiano Dog list B

Bracco Italiano Dog

Originating in Italy, this ancient breed was highly prized by aristocracy to hunt feathered game. The Bracco Italiano nearly became extinct during the early 1900's.

Briard Dog list B

Briard Dog

The Briard is a gentle companion, while also being protective of their owner. They love to socialize, but may need some time to warm up to strangers.

Briquet Griffon Vendéen Dog list B

Briquet Griffon Vendéen Dog

Originating in France as a hunter of hare and other small game, the Briquet Griffon Vendeen nearly became extinct after World War II. The breed was restored due to the efforts of French dog show judge Hubert Dezamy.

Brittany Dog list B

Brittany Dog

The Brittany is a very social, affectionate breed of canine. An intelligent breed, the Brittany is easy to train and is generally well behaved.

Brittany Spaniel Dog list B

Brittany Spaniel Dog

An intelligent breed, this dog does well in hunting sports. A gentle breed that is very obedience and very eager to please. Alert, lively, and independent, this breed is overall good-natured.

Brussels Griffin Dog list B

Brussels Griffin Dog

The Brussels Griffin can often be arrogant and hard-headed, with a tendency to be overly confident. That said, it can make a good dog for a family without small children.

Bull And Terrier  Dog list B

Bull And Terrier Dog

The Bull and Terrier is a cross between the Old English Bulldog and a variety of Terriers. The anatomy of the Bull and Terrier is the result of selective breeding for the purpose of hunting, dog fighting and baiting.

Bull Terrier  Dog list B

Bull Terrier Dog

The Bull Terrier loves to play, and loves to lavish in attention from their owners. They can be mischievous if not excersized properly, though.

Bulldog Dog list B

Bulldog Dog

Contrary to their reputation for aggresiveness, Bulldogs are in fact highly affectionate, playful dogs. With low energy levels, they are great for owners with a tight schedule.

Bullmastiff  Dog list B

Bullmastiff Dog

The Bullmastiff is generally quite and calm, but when roused or overtly threatened become a force to be reckoned with. They are a great family dog, but are not recommended to shy or reserved owners.