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Bearded Collie Related Dog Breeds

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    The American Water Spaniel, native to the lake country of the upper Midwest, is an upbeat, outdoorsy athlete who loves to hunt and swim. They are known to be happy, eager, and charming, though aloof with strangers and a bit stubborn.

  • Australian Cattle Dog

    The compact but muscular Australian Cattle Dog, also called Blue Heeler or Queensland Heeler, is related to Australia’s famous wild dog, the Dingo. These resilient herders are intelligent enough to routinely outsmart their owners.

  • Australian Shepherd

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  • Belgian Malinois

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  • Belgian Sheepdog

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  • Border Collie

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Bearded Collie Related Dog Breed List

  • Purebred Dog Breeds Full List

    A purebred dog (or money dog) typically refers to a dog of a modern dog breed with a documented pedigree in a stud book and may be registered with a breed club that may also be part of a national kennel club.

  • Herding Dog Breeds

    Up until 1983, the breeds in the Herding Group were part of the Working Group. All Herding breeds share an instinctual ability to control the movement of other animals. These breeds were developed to gather, herd and protect livestock. Today, some like the Belgian Malinois and the German Shepherd Dog are commonly used for police and protection work. The herding instinct in these breeds is so strong that Herding breeds have been known to gently herd their owners, especially the children of the family. In general, these intelligent dogs make excellent companions and respond beautifully to training exercises.

  • Medium sized dog breeds

    Not too big; not too small: These dogs are the definition of a happy medium, and probably why they show up on our list of most popular dogs year after year. Their playful and kind personalities make for excellent additions to families. Some are calmer by nature, like the Bulldog or the Whippet; others are more energetic like the Brittany or the Shetland Sheepdog. No matter what, they’re friendly and obedient, and love to please.

  • The most independent dog breeds

    All dogs are individuals and many characteristics vary from dog to dog, but some breeds are known for having certain traits. Labrador Retrievers are known for loving water and being affectionate with their families, Bulldogs are known for being lazy and goofy and some breeds are known for their independence. In fact, a lot of dog breeds are considered to be more cat-like in attitude than most. Here we’ve compiled a list of some of those independent breeds.