The Boston Terrier is one of the few breeds that originated in the United States. Did you know that because of its tuxedo-like markings, the Boston Terrier is known as the "American Gentleman"?
Known for their strength and endurance, Alaskan Malamutes assisted in the exploration of Alaska during the Gold Rush. A strong double coat protects them from Arctic weather.
The American Eskimo Dog is German, not Alaskan, despite its name. These intelligent, clever dogs were utilized in circuses.
The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a skilled water retriever that can handle cold water. Chesapeake Bay Retrievers have webbed feet when swimming.
The Pit Bull is frequently confused with the loyal and affectionate American Staffordshire Terrier. They were treasured by families for their protection as working dogs.
Despite its name, the Australian Shepherd originated in the United States. These bright and nimble canines thrive at dog sports and herding.
The Plott Hound is the state dog of North Carolina. Because of their strong sense of smell and determination, these dogs make excellent trackers.
The American Water Spaniel is a versatile and excellent hunting dog that originated in the Midwest. They can recover from both land and water, and they like water.
The Rat Terrier, a cross between European Terriers, was popular on American ranches for rat traps. Their agility and obedience are their greatest assets.
The American Bulldog has long been employed in the United States. Their original applications included hunting, livestock guarding, and cattle driving.