Flat-Coated Retriever Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Flat-Coated Retriever Dog

The Flat-Coated Retriever is an extremley loving and intelligent breed. With lots of exercize, they are calm and amiable indoors.

Fox Terrier  Wire Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Fox Terrier Wire Dog

The Wire Fox Terrier has been used for many hunting activities, the most common being hunting foxes in England. This breed would harass the fox out of his hole by biting and snapping.

Fox Terrier Toy Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Fox Terrier Toy Dog

A descendant of the Smooth Fox Terrier, the Toy Fox Terrier was developed in the United States during the 1930s. They were most commonly used as ratters and circus performers.

Fox Terrier, Smooth Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Fox Terrier, Smooth Dog

Considered to be one of the oldest terriers, this breed originated in 18th century England as a foxhunter and ratter. Though not as popular as other terrier breeds, they are well known and established.

French Brittany Dog - dzaglis jishebi

French Brittany Dog

The French Brittany is very similar to the American Brittany. Some main differences between the two breeds are their style of hunting; they have stronger hunting instincts thanks to their English counterpart.

French Bulldog Dog - dzaglis jishebi

French Bulldog Dog

The French Bulldog is much smaller than the average Bulldog. This, combined with their quirky, fun personality and low upkeep make them a prime candidate for a family dog.

Georgian Mountain  Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Georgian Mountain Dog

As one of the giant dog breed, Georgian shepherds are some of the biggest dogs on the planet. Because of their stature, Georgian shepherds fall into the Molosser category. Male Georgian mountain dogs grow between 75-85 centimeters in height, and 65-85 kilograms in weight. Physically, these dogs are strongly-boned, muscular, and athletic, with a large head and powerful legs.

German Coolie Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Coolie Dog

Grooming German Coolies is easy -- just a quick sweep with a wire brush daily will keep their coat healthy. They are average shedders, not recommended for those with allergies.

German Hovawart Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Hovawart Dog

Originating in Germany as a working breed, the German Hovawart is a large and robust guard dog. They nearly became extinct but were revived during the 1920s.

German Hunt Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Hunt Terrier Dog

Physically, individuals should exhibit a square (though not broad) build, standing squarely and true over the feet. A deep and narrow chest allows the dog to more easily enter dens, and is preferred, while an excessively wide chest lessens this ability.

German Pinscher Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Pinscher Dog

The German Pinscher is an alert, smaller breed, who makes a wonderful watchdog.They are headstrong, and can be fairly independent.

German Shepherd  Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Shepherd Dog

The German Sheperd Dog is one of the most intelligent breeds. They are a very strong dog, devoted and faithful. They are great watch dogs and protectors.

German Shorthaired Pointer Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Shorthaired Pointer Dog

The German Shorthaired Pointer was bred to hunt, so they need plenty of physical and mental stimulation. If daily exercize requirements are met, they are a plesure in the home.

German Wirehaired Pointer Dog - dzaglis jishebi

German Wirehaired Pointer Dog

The German Wirehaired Pointer has plenty of energy to expend. Great as a hunting dog, it also has a fairly mild temperament that suits itself well to being a housedog.

Giant Schnauzer Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Giant Schnauzer Dog

The Giant Schnauzer is higly protective and loyal of it's family and owners. They can be agressive towards other dogs and reserved with strangers.

Glen of Imaal Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Glen of Imaal Terrier Dog

The Glen of Imaal Terrier is inquisitive and playful, always game to run around. They settle down once indoors, though, and are great with children.

Goldador Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Goldador Dog

The Goldador is created by the crossing of two breeds: Golden Retriever and Labrador Retreiver. They are typically referred to as a "designer dog". The most popular Goldadors are those resulting from first generation crosses.

Golden Retriever Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Golden Retriever Dog

The Golden Retriever is one of the most rounded family dogs. It is very gentle, freindly, and intelligent, making it ideal for any family with a yard.

Goldendoodle Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Goldendoodle Dog

The Goldendoodle is a family oriented dog like that of the Golden Retriever providing it is over 25 pounds in genetic body weight. Smaller Goldendoodles tend to pick up the traits of the Toy Poodle where temperament is concerned.

Gordon Setter Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Gordon Setter Dog

The Gordon Setter is a hunting dog, and needs a lively owner to ensure that they get daily exercize. They can make for a loving family dog.

Great Dane Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Great Dane Dog

The Great Dane is a friendly giant, good for a family dog as it's great with children.

Great Pyrenees Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Great Pyrenees Dog

The Great Pyrenees is a gentle, loving dog when not provoked. They are very protective of their family, though, so owners must be wary around strangers or other dogs.

Greater Swiss Mountain  Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog is a gentle and loyal companion for any family, even for those with small children. They are easy going and a affectionate.

Greyhound Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Greyhound Dog

The Greyhound is, obviously, a quick breed. That's not to say that they aren't quite calm and tame, though. They are generally an easy going pooch.

Harrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Harrier Dog

The Harrier is a playful and energetic canine. They love to track small animals and let off steam outside.

Havanese Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Havanese Dog

The Havanese loves attention, and will do anything in its power to get more of it. As a small, toy breed it does not tolerate excessive exercize well.

Hovawart Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Hovawart Dog

An old German working breed, the Hovawart is a large and robust guard dog. They nearly became extinct but were revived during the 1920s. They enjoy popularity in their native Germany but are rare and virtually unknown in the United States.

Ibizin Hound Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Ibizin Hound Dog

The Ibizin Hound is a hunter, enjoying the chase when it comes to small creatures. They are clam indoors, and make a nice family dog.

Icelandic Sheepdog Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Icelandic Sheepdog Dog

The Icelandic Sheepdog is a tough breed to contain as they have endless energy and a need to dig, jump, and climb.

Illyrian Sheepdog Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Illyrian Sheepdog Dog

Commonly referred to as the Sarplaninac, this ancient livestock guardian originated in Yugoslavia. Until 1970 this breed could not be legally exported from their native country.

Irish Red and White Setter Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Irish Red and White Setter Dog

The Irish Red and White Setter needs quite a bit of room to run around as they are rather energetic. They also need regular grooming to avoid mats and tangles in their fur.

Irish Setter Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Irish Setter Dog

The Irish Setter is a very energetic canine that requires lots of exercize. Given that, they are one of the most affectionate and loving breeds around.

Irish Terrier Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Irish Terrier Dog

The Irish Terrier is a playful, intense dog that enjoys daily exercize. They love to run and hunt, but when indoors they are quite tame.

Irish Water Spaniel Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Irish Water Spaniel Dog

The Irish Spaniel is an outgoing, fun dog to have in the family once they've been trained up firmly. They are clownish and independent, so they can be a little unruly at times.

Irish Wolfhound Dog - dzaglis jishebi

Irish Wolfhound Dog

The Irish Wolfhound is a gentle and loving canine, despite it's large size. With low energy, this breed can be a great family dog.