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There are 157 Breeds Of Dogs registered by the American Kennel Association, now which breed do you like.

     The different breeds have been classified into different groups, depending on what the dogs are good at or on just plain size. Like the Toy Dog Group, these small pets were selectively bred for being small as a sort of status symbol but these

days anyone can get a teacup dog. 

Most dogs are groups according to what they can do. 

     Like the Working Dog Group includes guard dogs like the Doberman Pinscher, sled dogs-- the Malamute and of course the St Bernard as a search and rescue dogs.

     Dogs are not worked as much as they were in the past but they still have the breeding. The most popular pets, the Golden Retriever and the Labrador Retriever both belong Sports Dog Group and possibly the only thing they retrieve nowadays is the newspaper. There is also a Non-Sporting group that includes Bulldogs and Dalmatians. The Dalmatians started out as coach dogs, ended up as a fire engine dog, but now they are just a spotted pet.

     The third most popular pet dog in the US, the German Shepherds belong to the Herding Dog Group, which covers most farm dogs from the Australia Cattle Dog to the Collie. The German Shepherd and some of the other dogs in this group are now used as police dogs because they are intelligent and can be trained.

     The other main Groups Are the Hounds and the Terriers that encompass these two breeds of dogs.

     It doesn’t matter what Group your dog belongs to you still have to feed it and look after it and what better way that over the Internet. I use these pet shops and they have been pretty good to me in the past.

For more information see our dog toys products.

P/S For a selection of my favorite Doggie things see here.

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