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Portraits of particular breeds of dogs.

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Chows: litter; raising; local dog shows.
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Smooth fox-terriers originally are bred to flush foxes from dens.
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Once known as the "poor man's racing dog," today's whippets run for fun in a sport known as lure coursing.
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Known for farm work and its service with French and Belgian troops, the Bouvier is a vigilant watchdog.
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Germans bred the shorthaired pointer as a multipurpose hunting dog.
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A breed once employed to guard Buddhist monasteries in Tibet is a great show dog known for its beautiful coat.
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Scottish terriers have been immortalized in high art and pop culture more than any other breed of dog.
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Bred by Siberian nomads, the Samoyed developed as all-purpose working dogs with a hankering for wandering.
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The Brittany spaniel is a small yet versatile bird dog.
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The French bulldog looks like a bruiser, but it's more of a class clown than a bully.
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Two border terriers train for the earthdog trials, while two puppies learn quarrying.
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The dignified and courageous Akita breed was officially designated as a national treasure in its homeland of Japan in 1931.
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Retrievers: training difficulties; police dogs; cancer percentages; intelligence quotient.
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Originating in the Canary Islands, the bichon frise is a toy spaniel that looks a little like a four-legged cotton ball.
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A specialist trains Great Pyrenees to protect ranches from coyotes and other dangers.
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Bernese mountain dogs use cart-pulling skills to compete in draft-dog competitions.
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A sheepdog bred in the Shetland Islands has become a popular pet with a trademark bark.
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Coonhounds are originally used to control the raccoon population.
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Pomeranians, one of the world's most popular toy breeds, descended from European sled dogs and herding breeds.
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West highland white terriers were bred to rid communities of unpleasant rodents.
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The English springer spaniel, a bouncy and animated breed, was originally developed to flush game from hiding.

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