Australian shepherd Also called Aussies, they are highly effective herding dogs. Additionally, they serve as valuable search and rescue as well as guide dogs.
French bulldog In recent years, the French bulldog has gained immense popularity, being a direct offspring of dogs from ancient Greece.
Beagle The beagle is a small hound primarily bred for hunting. Charlie Brown's dog, Snoopy, is a well-known and beloved beagle.
Pembroke Welsh corgi The cattle herding dog breed enjoyed great favor from Queen Elizabeth II due to their reputation for sociability and above-average intelligence.
American Staffordshire terrier Also referred to as an Amstaff, this particular breed traces its ancestry back to the Bull and Terrier, a dog breed commonly employed for dog fights during the early 1800s.
Shetland sheepdog The Shetland Islands give their name to this herding dog breed, also called a Sheltie.
Golden retriever This breed's name reflects its role as a hunting dog. Additionally, it is commonly employed as a service dog for individuals with disabilities.