Argentine Dogo Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Argentine Dogo Dog

Originating during the 1920's, the Argentino Dogo breed was developed by Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez to be a fearless big game hunter.

Abruzzenhund Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Abruzzenhund Dog

The Abruzzenhund is a balanced flock guardian breed, they are very dedicated and brave, fighting for the protection of their flock. They are very determined and excellent at guarding, yet very friendly and loving.

Affenpinscher Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Affenpinscher Dog

The Affenpinscher is very much a terrier - inquisitive, energetic, and bold - but is espescially playful. They make great dogs for those families who have a sense of humour themselves.

Afghan Hound Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Afghan Hound Dog

The Afghan Hound is often portrayed as a fragile show dog, but they are hunters at heart. With daily exercize they are calm indoor dogs.

African Boerboel Dog - dzaglis jishebi

African Boerboel Dog

Coming from South Africa, the Boerboel is a large working molosser breed of dog. The Boerboel breed was named for the Afrikaans/Dutch word “boer” meaning “farmer” which captures the spirit of this “farmer’s dog.”

Aidi Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Aidi Dog

The Aidi is lean and muscular. It has a heavy plumed tail and medium-sized ears that are tipped forward. Their jaws are strong with tight black or brown lips. The eyes are medium, with a dark color and dark rims.

Ainu  Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Ainu Dog

The Ainu Dog is a thin, muscular, sturdy-looking dog. It is impulsive and fast and has a light gait. Ainu's have small, erect ears that are at a right angle to the brow. Its eyes are somewhat small, dark brown and set triangularly.

Airedale Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Airedale Terrier Dog

The Airedale Terrier is a well rounded breed: intelligent, loving, and strong. They can be stubborn at times, but are generally quite responsive.

Airedoodle Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Airedoodle Dog

The Airedoodle is an active breed and requires sufficient daily exercise. It often strives to please its owner and will never be far. Most have a gentle disposition and rarely show aggression if any. Despite its appearance the Airedoodle is strong and will require training. Socializing this breed from birth with children and other animals is recommended.

Akbash Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Akbash Dog

A rare and elegant breed, the Akbash breed originated 3000 years ago in Western Turkey. Developed by shepherds as a livestock guardian, the Akbash was bred selectively for the white coloring so as to be discernable from predators.

Akita Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Akita Dog

The Akita is an independent, head-strong breed. They are very protective of their family, but can be domineering at time.

Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Dog

The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is a very rare breed. They fall under the Mastiff breed. It is nearly extinct. There are about 150-200 worldwide. This breed results from three generations of an old breeding program of the Lane Family in Georgia, USA.

Alaskan Klee Kai Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Alaskan Klee Kai Dog

Developed during the 1970's in Alaska by Linda Spurlin, the Alaskan Klee Kai is a smaller version of the Alaskan Husky. Bred as companions, this breed is relatively new, having been recognized by the UKC in 1997.

Alaskan Malamute Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Alaskan Malamute Dog

The Alaskan Malamute is an independent, powerful, and fun loving breed. Bred to pull sleds, they enjoy daily physical exercize.

American Bulldog Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Bulldog Dog

Nearly extinct after WWII, the American Bulldog was saved by the efforts of one man named John D. Johnson. Originally used for the blood sport of bull baiting, this breed became prized by farmers for their intelligence, working abilities, stamina, and protective nature.

American Bully Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Bully Dog

American Bully has a short, close, stiff to the touch, and glossy coat. All colors and patterns are acceptable. The head of the American Bully is a medium length, deep through, broad skull, very pronounced cheek muscles, distinct stop, and high set ears. The ears can be cropped or uncropped. Eyes - All colors except albinism.

American English Coonhound Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American English Coonhound Dog

The American English Coonhound is a larger dog with an unstoppable need for exercise and play. They are highly active and need an owner who can help them work out their energy in a safe and healthy way.

American Eskimo  Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Eskimo Dog

The American Eskimo dog is a small, calm, and gentl breed. They enjoy their time outdoors with lots of running and playing, but tend to relax once indoors.

American Foxhound Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Foxhound Dog

The American Foxhound loves to hunt, but is well suited for the home, as well.

American Hairless Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Hairless Terrier Dog

Developed during the 1970s by breeder Edwin Scott, the American Hairless Terrier descended by chance from purebred, coated Rat Terriers. With the awareness of allergy sufferers to this unique breed they become

American Mastiff Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Mastiff Dog

The American Mastiff has a much dryer mouthed than other mastiffs. The dryer mouth is due outcrossing the English Mastiff with Anatolian Mastiff, which occurred early in the development of the breed. The American Mastiff is a large, massive, and powerful dog. The head is wide, heavy and rectangular in shape.

American Pit Bull Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Pit Bull Terrier Dog

Originating during the 19th century, the American Pit Bull Terrier was noted for having the gameness of a Terrier and the athletic abilities and strength of a Bulldog.

American Staffordshire Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Staffordshire Terrier Dog

The American Staffordshire Terrier is a tough breed, but is incredibley affectionate. Comfortable inside or out, this canine make a wonderful addition to the family.

American Water Spaniel Dog - dzaglis jishebi

American Water Spaniel Dog

The American Water Spaniel is a versatile breed that enjoys the outdoors - hunting and retrieving - as well as relaxing when indoors.

Anatolian Shepherd Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Anatolian Shepherd Dog

The Anatolian Shepherd is a protective, watchful dog - and big to boot. They are generally laid back, though, if not provoked or around strangers.

Appenzell Mountain Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Appenzell Mountain Dog

Of the four Alpine breeds, the Appenzell Mountain Dog is the least well known and is extremely rare. Originating in Switzerland, this breed was used as a herd guardian, cattle mover, rescue dog, and cart-puller.

Aussiedoodle Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Aussiedoodle Dog

The Aussiedoodle is a cross of two breeds: Poodle and Australian Shepherd. They are often referred to as "designer dogs" and have become popular companions and in some instances are capable of herding.

Australian Cattle  Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Australian Cattle Dog

The Australian Cattle Dog is a tireless breed. Both physically and mentally strong, they need endless jobs to do or else they become jittery. A great work dog.

Australian Kelpie Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Australian Kelpie Dog

Developed in Australia in 1870, the Australian Kelpie is an outstanding breed noted for their strong natural guarding and herding instincts.

Australian Shepherd Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Australian Shepherd Dog

The Australian Shepherd is an incredibley active, loving, and independent breed.

Australian Shepherd - Miniature Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Australian Shepherd - Miniature Dog

Miniature Australian Shepherd puppies and dogs make wonderful companions and can also enjoy working with small stock. They are well-balanced, alert and athletic but have a playful side, making them love children. These sensitive and confident dogs are easy to train

Australian Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Australian Terrier Dog

The Australian Terrier is an adventurous little breed, who loves to play and have a good time. They are on the quieter side for a terrier, but are independent and head strong, nonetheless.

Azawakh Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Azawakh Dog

Originating in Africa, this sighthound was bred by nomadic tribes for guarding, hunting, and companionship. They are exceedingly fast when running and are able to reach and sustain speeds of up to 40 miles per hour.

Basenji Dog - dzaglis jishebi

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 - dzaglis jishebi

Basset Hound Dog

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