Russian Bear Schnauzer

The Russian Bear Schnauzer is also known as the Giant Schnauzer, the Munich Schnauzer and the Riesenschnauzer. It comes from a cross between the Standard Schnauzer, Bouvier des Flandres and the Great Dane. The Giant Schnauzer was first used to drive livestock in Bavaria, but later was used as a guard dog for the police … Read more

Rough Collie

The Smooth and Rough Collie are considered by the AKC as varieties of the same breed and therefore are judged by the same standard with the exception of the coat. There are three different varieties of Collie based primarily on coat appearance: Collie (Smooth and Rough), Border Collie and Bearded Collie. Considered to be one … Read more

Queensland Heeler

The Queensland Heeler is also known as Australian Heeler, Hall's Heeler, Blue Heeler, Australian Cattledog, Australischer Treibhund, ACD or simply Heeler. Developed by pioneer settlers in Australia during the 19th century, the Queensland Heeler is a robust working dog needed on large ranches in the outback. Known as the 'Heeler' due to its herding skill … Read more

Nenets Herding Laika

The Nenets Herding Laika is also known as Reindeer Herding Laika. It is an ancient dog breed that was developed by Nentsy tribe perhaps during the same time that Samoyed nomads were creating and developing the Samoyed. These dogs were used as herding and flock guarding dogs but they are multipurpose dogs that can perform … Read more

Moscow Toy Terrier

The Moscow Toy Terrier is also known as Russian Toy Terrier, Russkiy Toy, Moscovian Miniature Terrier, Russian Long haired Toy Terrier, Moscow Longhair Toy Terrier, and Russian Toy. They are companions to the Russian aristocracy, and their blue-blooded genes show through. These are noble little dogs who like to sit laps and eat liver. But … Read more

Lucas Terrier

The Lucas is similar in appearance to the Sealyhams terriers of the 1920?s and 1930?s. Lucas Terriers have been in the USA since the late 1960's. This is a rare breed, with less than 100 inside the USA. The Lucas Terrier may be bred to either of it's parent breeds, the Sealyham Terrier or the … Read more


The Lapphund is also known as Finnish Lapphund. The Finnish Lapphund is a medium size hardy dog breed of Spitz type originating in Finland. It is also called Lapinkoira or Suomenlapinkoira. The is an old breed that was used by nomadic people of Northern Scandinavia and Keralian Russia as reindeer herding dogs. Developed north of … Read more


The Lapinporokoira is also known as Laponian Herder, Lapp Reindeer dog or Lapsk Vallhund. It is a medium size herding and guarding dog that has been in use since centuries in Finland by Sami people. During those times, no fixed standards were present for these dogs. Most of this type of dogs were lost during … Read more

Labradoodle Australian

The Labradoodle Australian comes in three varieties; the Labradoodle Australian bred in Australia with the purpose to convert this cross breed into a pure breed; the Australian Labradoodle bred in USA as a hybrid and the American Labradoodle. The breed standards for Australian Labradoodle bred in Australia with a purebreed in mind, suggest that the … Read more

Kemmer Feist

The Kemmer Feist is a small size hunting dog originating in America. It was developed by an American breeder, Robert Kemmer, using Fox Terriers, Mountain Curs and Old Timely Mountain Feists. This is a type of dog that will chase small game, specially squirrels, up the tree and keep it cornered there until the hunter … Read more