April 19, 2007

Breeds of dog(Нохойн үүлдрүүд) - 1

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Aberdeen terrier - Scottish Terriers are a breed of dog best known for their distinctive profile, their fierce loyalty, and their die-hard spirit.

affenpinscher - Erupean breed of small toy dogs (with shor
t red or gray shaggy hair (with tufts around the nose, eyes and chin, trimmed ears and a docked tail)

Afghan hound -
The Afghan Hound is a very old sighthound dog breed. Distinguished by its thick, fine, silky coat and its tail with a ring curl at the end, the breed acquired its unique features in the cold mountains of Afghanistan, where it was originally used to hunt wolves, foxes, and gazelles.

Airedale terrier - Airedale terrier, breed of large coarse-haired dogs
Akita - Japanese breed of dog
Alsatian - one of Alsatian origin, resident of Alsace (region in France); German shepherd (British)

Australian terrier - The Australian Terrier is a small breed of dog in the terrier family.
basenji -
African breed of dog that cannot bark
basset hound - short-legged French-breed hunting dog, basset hound

beagle - Breed of small hound, popular as both a pet and a hunter.

bearded collie - The Bearded Collie or beardie is a herding breed of dog, once used primarily by Scottish shepherds, but these days mostly a popular family companion, bred almost exclusively for dog shows.

Bedlington terrier
- It was developed in the 19th century in Northumberland, Eng., and named for Bedlingtonshire, a mining district in the area. Initially established as a fighting dog and hunter of vermin, the breed later became a popular pet. Lamblike in appearance, it has an arched back, a topknot, and a thick, curly coat that is blue-gray, deep reddish brown, or pale sandy, often with tan markings. The breed stands 15–16 in. (38–40 cm) tall and weighs 22–24 lbs. (10–11 kg).

Belgian sheepdog - Belgian Shepherd Dog (also know as the Belgian Sheepdog or Chien de Berger Belge) can refer to any of four breeds of dog: the Groenendael, the Laekenois, the Tervueren, or the Malinois. In some regions, these are considered four different varieties of a single breed; in other regions, they are considered a single breed. Bernese mountain dog
bichon frise
- a small dog of a breed with a fine, curly white coat.

black and tan - a terrier of a breed with a black back and tan markings on face, flanks, and legs.
Blenheim spaniel -
red-and-white variety of English toy spaniel
- a large hound of a breed with a very keen sense of smell, used in tracking

Border collie
- Breed of long-haired sheepdog that has been used along the English-Scottish border for about 300 years.

Usually black and white, it stands about 20 in. (50 cm) and weighs 30–50 lbs (14–23 kg). It is the most popular working sheepdog in the British Isles.

Border terrier
- a small terrier of a breed with rough hair, originating in the Cheviot Hills between England and Scotland
- Russian wolfhound
Boston terrier -
The Boston Terrier is a breed of dog originating in the United States of America.
bouvier - a large, powerful dog of a rough-coated breed originating in Belgium.

- Smooth-haired breed of working dog named for its manner of "boxing" with its sturdy front paws when beginning to fight.

- The Briard is a large breed of dog, one of many herding breeds.

Brussels griffon
- The Griffon Bruxellois or Brussels Griffon is a breed of dog, named for the city of their origin, Brussels, Belgium. Part of the toy dog category, the breed is generally small, with a flat face, prominent chin, and large wide-set eyes that gives the Griffon an almost human expression—and they are often compared to an Ewok or Wookiee from the movie Star Wars.

bulldog - The Bulldog (often called the English Bulldog or British Bulldog) is a medium-sized dog breed that originated in England.

bull mastiff -The Bullmastiff is a powerful dog, said to be a cross between the Mastiff and the Bulldog. Originally bred to find and immobilise poachers, the breed has proved its value as a family pet.

bull terrier -
Breed of dog developed in 19th-century England from the bulldog and the now-extinct white English terrier.

cairn terrier
- The Cairn Terrier is a breed of dog of the terrier category. It is one of the oldest terriers, originating in the Scottish Highlands and recognized as one of Scotland's earliest working dogs, used for hunting burrowing prey among the cairns.

Cavalier King - a breed of toy spaniels developed in Great Britain from English toy spaniels and having a tapered muzzle and a long silky coat

chihuahua - a very small dog of a smooth-haired large-eyed breed originating in Mexico.

chow -
a dog of a sturdy Chinese breed with a tail curled over its back, a bluish-black tongue, and typically a dense thick coat.

Clumber spaniel - a spaniel of a heavily built breed.

collie -
any of a breed of large dogs developed in Scotland that occur in rough-coated and smooth-coated varieties and have erect ears and a long muzzle

- A Coonhound is a type of scent hound and a member of the hound group. Coonhounds are an American style of hunting dog that was developed for the unique quarry and working conditions found in the United States.

- a dog of a short-legged breed with a foxlike head.

- Breed of dog named after the Adriatic coastal region of Dalmatia, its first definite home.

The time and place of the breed's origin are unknown. Though it has served as a guard dog, war dog, fire-department mascot, hunter, shepherd, and performer, it became best known as a coach or carriage dog, functioning as an escort and guard for horse-drawn vehicles. Sleek and short-haired, it is distinguished by its dark-spotted white coat. It stands 19–23 in. (48–58.5 cm) high and weighs 50–55 lbs (23–25 kg), and is generally even-tempered and friendly.

Dandie Dinmont
- Disambiguation: "Dandie Dinmont" is also a character in Guy Mannering, a novel by Walter Scott

A Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a small breed of dog in the terrier family. The breed has a very long body, short legs, and a distinctive "top-knot" of hair on the head.

deerhound - Scottish hunting dog

Doberman pinscher - The Dobermann (alternatively spelled Doberman in North America) or Doberman Pinscher is a breed of domestic dog. Dobermanns are commonly used as guard dogs, watch dogs, or police dogs. In many countries, Dobermans are one of the most recognizable breeds, in part because of their actual roles in society, and in part because of media stereotyping (see temperament).

English setter
- any of a breed of dogs often trained as bird dogs and characterized by a moderately long flat silky coat of white or white with color and by feathering on the tail and legs

field spaniel - ny of a breed of medium-sized hunting and retrieving spaniels developed in England that have a flat dense usually black, liver, red, or roan coat

Finnish spitz
-Finnish spitzes are friendly, active, and lively companions. Eager to please, they do well in obedience classes. These dogs love children and usually get along with other dogs. They will bark when someone is at the door (their bark is part of their hunting persona) but warm up to most people quickly. If this dog is separated from family life--left alone in the backyard for long periods, for example--it will begin to bark or yap excessively.

foxhound fox terrier - Either of two breeds of dogs traditionally kept in packs for fox hunting.

French bulldog
-The French Bulldog is a dog breed that first emerged in France in the mid- to late 19th century.

German Shepherd - Герман овчарка

golden retriever - type of dog with a long golden coat
Gordon setter - a setter of a black-and-tan breed, used as a gun dog.
Great Dane - Danish dog, breed of large long-legged and powerful dog
greyhound - The Greyhound is a breed of dog used for hunting and racing. It is one of the fastest land mammals; its combination of long, powerful legs, deep chests and aerodynamic build allows it to reach speeds of up to 72 km/h (45 mph).griffon


husky - Husky (sometimes misspelt huskie) is a general term for several breeds of dogs used as sled dogs. Because of their strength and stamina, the name "Husky" is popular for products and for sports mascots.
Ibizan hound - The Ibizan Hound, also called Podenco Ibicenco in Spanish or Ca Eivissenc in Catalan, is an agile, deer-like dog of the hound family. There are two hair types of the breed: smooth and wire. The more commonly seen type is the smooth. Some consider there to be a third type, long, but most consider the longhair to be a variation of the wire.

Irish setter - a dog of a breed of setter with a long, silky dark red coat and a long feathered tail.
Irish terrier
- a terrier of a rough-haired light reddish-brown breed.
Irish wolfhound
-a large, typically greyish hound of a rough-coated breed.

keeshond - Lovable, gentle, affectionate, and adaptable, keeshonden (plural) are ideal family dogs. They are alert and do very well in obedience classes as long as they are kept focused with firm but gentle handling. They get along with other animals and enjoy the company of children. Keeshonden are friendly to strangers but will bark to let the household know that a visitor has arrived.

kelpie - Australian sheepdog; malevolent water spirit shaped like a horse that lures people to death by drowning (Scottish legend)

Kerry blue - Irish breed of strong black bull or dairy cattle (originated in Kerry, the county in Ireland)
King Charles spaniel -
a spaniel of a small breed, typically with a white, black, and tan coat.

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