Wheaten terriers were originally developed in Ireland for hunting, and their soft coats have been compared to "an iron fist in a velvet glove" because of their strong build.
Bedlington terriers, named after a village in Northern England of the same name, are physically and emotionally similar to sheep. They have a thick, white coat, and their build allows them to gallop at very high rates.
Fox terriers are instantly recognizable due to the striking contrast between their multicolored head coats and their normally white body coats. The head of this breed is more angular and V-shaped
The curly-coated retriever was first developed in England with the express purpose of retrieving ducks. The training method for this breed must be kept interesting for the dog's sake.
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The Irish wolfhound, with a minimum of 30 inches in height, is the largest dog breed recognized by the American Kennel Club. The Irish wolfhound has a reputation for being a devoted and loving companion.
The stunning Kuvasz type of Hungary is very similar to popular American dog breeds like the Labrador retriever and the golden retriever, but the working dog stands out thanks to its distinctive snow-white coat.
This breed has a reputation for being very territorial and protective, therefore it needs to be trained accordingly.
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