American White Shepherd

The American White Shepherd dog breed is from the White coat lines of the German Shepherd Dog. The American White Shepherd is also known to be called White Shepherd Dog, White German Shepherd Dog, WGSD, Berger Blanc Suisse, White Swiss Shepherd Dog, Weisser Schweizer Sch�ferhund, Berger Blanc Swiss, American-Canadian White Shepherd and White German Shepherd. … Read more

Appenzeller Mountain Dog

The Appenzeller Mountain Dog is a herding type of dog breed which originated in Switzerland. The breed is one of the four Sennenhunds or Swiss Mountain Dogs. The other three are the Berner, Entelbucher and Grosser Schweizer. These four breeds share the same coat colors while they vary in size. The Appenzeller is the rarest … Read more

Dutch Shepherd Dog

The Dutch Shepherd is a purely bred herding dog which is Dutch in origin. Shepherds and farmers from long ago used them with their work as they needed a versatile dog that could adapt to the harsh and meager existence of that time. This dog was developed as an all-purpose working dog, used as a … Read more

Akita Shepherd

The Akita Shepherd dogs are a result of cross breed between German Shepherd and Akita Inu purebreds.It has a sturdy , muscular and slightly elongated body with a light but solid bone structure.

Afghan Sheepdog

The Afghan sheepdog is a cross breed between The Afghan Hound and Belgian Sheepdog. The equable dog is brave and demanding of itself, unsure of strangers, can be stubborn and dominant, is reasonably independent and very vigilant.

Afghan Collie

Afghan Collie is a designers' dog or hybrid dog. It is a cross breed between Affenpinscher and Border collie. It was used as hunting dog in its native land. It has long body and a shiny coat from head to tail.


The Rottweiler is probably descended from the Italian Mastiff known for watching over the cattle the Roman legions needed for provisions. In the middle ages, the Rottweiler breed was developed in the German town of Rottweil in Wurttemberg as a guard and herd dog. Practically extinct in the 1800?s, he made a wonderful comeback in … Read more

German Shepherd

The German Shepherd, also known as the Alsatian, was developed in the late 1800's. It was originally bred to help herd and guard sheep flocks, and characteristics thought best for its line of work were preferred, such as intelligence and keen sense of smell. One breeder, Max von Stephanitz, established a registry that espoused this … Read more

Giant Schnauzer

The Giant Schnauzer is also known as the Russian Bear 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

Doberman Pinscher

It was in the 1870?s in Germany, that Louis Doberman, a tax collector who needed an alert and intelligent bodyguard dog, bred the Doberman Pinscher, to protect him on his rounds from bandits. It was developed presumably by crossing several different breeds of dogs, to find the characteristics that Doberman was looking for. This included … Read more