Elo Dog list E

Elo Dog

Bred to a behavioral rather than an appearance standard, the appearance of the Elo can vary from dog to dog, although the breed standard (breed standards describe a breed's external appearance) describes the

English Boodle Dog list E

English Boodle Dog

The English Boodle is created by the crossing of two breeds: English Bulldog and Poodle. They are typically referred to as a "designer dog" and are not known to be as popular as the many other Poodle crosses.

English Bulldog Dog list E

English Bulldog Dog

One of the gentlest breeds, the English Bulldog has grown in popularity. Originally bred for baiting bull, this breed can be intimidating but is very affectionate and surprisingly gentle.

English Cocker Spaniel  Dog list E

English Cocker Spaniel Dog

The English Cocker Spaniel is an incredibely friendly breed, who enjoys both human and canine company. They are natural hunters, so they require lots of exercise.

English Coonhound Dog list E

English Coonhound Dog

The English Coonhound breed descends from Irish and French breeds brought to America. They were utilized to hunt fox by day and raccoon by night.

English Foxhound Dog list E

English Foxhound Dog

The English Foxhound is an active hunter, who loves to get out and use it's nose daily. They are a very social breed, and so need lots of human or canine companionship.

English Mastiff Dog list E

English Mastiff Dog

The former standard specified the coat should be short and close-lying (though long haired Mastiffs, called "Fluffies", are occasionally seen) and the color is apricot-fawn, silver-fawn, fawn, or dark fawn-brindle, always with black on the muzzle, ears, and nose and around the eyes.

English Pointer Dog list E

English Pointer Dog

Originating in England in 1650, the English Pointer was used to locate hare and upland birds. So named for their motionless stance they assume when they have found game, this breed continues to thrive as a popular hunting dog and companion.

English Setter Dog list E

English Setter Dog

The English Setter is a hunting dog and loves to run in big, open spaces. They are a very gentle breed, and are great with children.

English Shepherd Dog list E

English Shepherd Dog

Originating in England, the English Shepherd is a versatile working breed that is adept at performing a variety of tasks. They are highly skilled at herding sheep, cattle, pig, and poultry.

English Springer Spaniel Dog list E

English Springer Spaniel Dog

The English Springer Spaniel is an extremley playful breed that loves regular exercize outdoors. Their high level of affection makes them a great family dog.

English Toy Spaniel Dog list E

English Toy Spaniel Dog

The English Toy Spaniel is a great lapdog. They are both playful, as well as loyal and respectful of their owner and family.

Entlebucher Mountain  Dog list E

Entlebucher Mountain Dog

The Entlebucher Mountain Dog is a highly intelligent breed that needs to be trained from early puppyhood. They are very active and need regular exercise.

Eska-Poo - Eskapoo Dog list E

Eska-Poo - Eskapoo Dog

The Eskapoo is created by the crossing of two breeds: American Eskimo Dog and Poodle. They are commonly referred to as "designer dogs" and are becoming a popular cross.

Eskimo  Dog list E

Eskimo Dog

Nicknamed the "Eskie", the Eskimo breed originated in Germany and is a member of the Spitz family. In addition to serving as watchdogs and companions the Eskimo Dog enjoyed popularity and success as a circus performer.

Estrela Mountain  Dog list E

Estrela Mountain Dog

Originating in Portugal, the Estrela Mountain Dog was used for herding and guarding. They were prized by both farmers and aristocrats for their ability with both flock and estate.