Herding Group Breeds

Herding dogs were bred to herd livestock from sunrise to sunset. They have an incredible amount of stamina and need to be able to run for long periods. Herding Group breeds are an excellent option if you plan to take your dog on long runs or hikes.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Information

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Originating in Wales, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is similar to the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. Long and low with a robust build, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is spirited, athletic, and dependable.

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Swedish Vallhund Information

Swedish Vallhund

The Swedish Vallhund is an intelligent, spontaneous, and energetic breed. Very affectionate, loving, and playful, this breed makes a great family companion.

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Cardigan Welsh Corgi Information

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

A small yet hardy breed, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi has a fox-like face and is long and low in build. A handsome and powerful breed, the Cardigan Welsh Corgi is also dependable, trustworthy, loyal, and affectionate.

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Shiloh Shepherd Information

Shiloh Shepherd

Highly intelligent and eager to please, the Shiloh Shepherd requires a dominant and firm owner. Dominance issues could arise if not properly handled.

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Puli Information


Used for driving and herding flocks, the Puli is an energetic breed that does well with obedience and agility. The Puli has a unique coat.

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German Shorthaired Pointer Information

German Shorthaired Pointer

The German Shorthaired Pointer is an active breed that is responsive, affectionate, and gentle. This breed is high energy, willing to please their master, and very smart.

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Collie Information


The Collie has an obedient nature, willful, and gentle. Classified as one of the easiest to train breeds in the dog world, Collies make a great household companion.

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