Energetic, loyal, and affectionate, Australian Shepherds are perfect herding dogs. Originating in the US, they need exercise and mental stimulation.
It’s no coincidence that the Border Collie is often found in the countryside – this breed lives for the outdoor life. Bred as a sheepdog, if it’s not used to herd livestock, it can be found herding children in the family if it’s not taught otherwise.
Discover the top Australian Cattle Dog and other ranch, working, and herding dog breeds. These active, energetic, and loyal companions are perfect for country living. Explore now!
Great Pyrenees: Majestic farm guardians. Originated in the Pyrenees Mountains. Calm, affectionate, but stubborn. Train and handle with care.
Explore the lively and energetic world of Russell Terriers, small yet full of energy. Originally used as hunting dogs, they require experienced owners and firm training. Discover more now!
The Weimaraner (named after the Court of Weimar) was originally used by noblemen in Germany during the 1800s to hunt bears, wolves and mountain lions, but as these became more rare they hunted birds, rabbits and foxes.
Developed by the Chukchi people in eastern Siberia to pull sleds, these hard-working dogs were built for power and endurance. Bred for harsh weather conditions, they’ll be happy outdoors and enjoy going for long walks, hikes or runs.
Discover the fascinating history of Dalmatians, once coaching dogs now known for their spotted coats. Perfect for active owners, they make great jogging or cycling companions. With proper training and socialization, they can be friendly family dogs. Find out more now!
Discover the fascinating history and versatile nature of Labrador Retrievers, originally used by fishermen in Newfoundland. Learn how they excel as guide dogs, therapy dogs, and search and rescue dogs.