Working Group Breeds

Bred for large jobs like pulling carts, guarding property, or rescuing people, Working Group breeds require extra exercise to stay healthy and happy. Large working dogs make excellent loyal companions.

Anatolian Shepherd Information

Anatolian Shepherd

The Anatolian Shepherd is a large, powerful dog breed from the Anatolia region of Turkey. The breed is known for its strength, size, and loyalty.

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Schnauzer Information

Schnauzer

Originally bred as working dogs on farms, Schnauzers come in three sizes: miniature, standard, and giant.

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Samoyed Information

Samoyed

The Samoyed is a spitz-type dog initially bred in Siberia. Samoyeds are known for their thick, white fur coats, which make them very well-suited for cold climates.

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Saint Bernard Information

Saint Bernard

Saint Bernards are one of the largest dog breeds, weighing anywhere from 140 to 260 pounds. They are best known as the big swiss alp rescue dog.

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Portuguese Water Dog Information

Portuguese Water Dog

The Portuguese Water Dog is a working dog breed. They are initially from Portugal and were used by fishermen to herd fish into nets and retrieve lost tackle or broken nets.

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newfoundland Information

Newfoundland

The Newfoundland is a large working dog. They were originally bred and used in Newfoundland to pull nets for fishermen and work as draft animals.

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Great Pyrenees Information

Great Pyrenees

The Great Pyrenees is a large, white, fluffy dog breed known for being gentle and loyal. An ancient breed, they were initially bred to help protect sheep from wolves and other predators.

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German Pinscher Information

German Pinscher

The German Pinscher is a medium-sized breed of dog bred for hunting and guard work. The breed is descended from the German Buckhound and the German Black Pied Dog.

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