The American English coonhound, a breed developed expressly to hunt raccoons in America, is descended from English foxhounds.
These dogs make excellent hunters and enjoy being with a pack. If not utilised for hunting, they have a very high prey drive and need strenuous exercise every day.
This lively, highly clever, and tireless Australian herding dog is very eager to please. Australian Kelpies require a lot of daily exercise, yet they can also unwind peacefully at night close to their family.
They are dedicated to their family and make good watchdogs. Other than the odd bath and brushing, its thick coat requires no regular upkeep.
A historic breed from West Africa, the swift sighthound is utilised for both racing and hunting. The Azawakh is a breed that is very independent, intellectual, and faithful.
It doesn't express affection as outwardly as some other breeds, but it is quite loyal to its family and wary of outsiders. These dogs are excellent jogging partners and require a lot of daily activity.
The Bergamasco sheepdog is an Italian herding dog with a beautiful coat that naturally produces thick mats and needs very little upkeep.
These dogs can be bright, trainable, and quite devoted to their family, but they are also rather independent and suspicious of strangers.
The Biewer terrier, which is pronounced "beaver," is a small dog that adores its family. These loving, playful dogs get along with just about everyone, even other domestic animals.
They enjoy playing fetch, practising tricks, going on walks, and spending time with their family. They don't shed much, but their long, silky fur needs to be brushed frequently to remove tangles and mats.
These canines are excellent candidates for dog sports and other mental and physical challenges thanks to their intelligence, alertness, and athleticism.
To offer structure and discipline, positive-reinforcement training and socialisation are crucial since they might be territorial and distrustful of outsiders.