1. Australian shepherd
They are worker dogs, also referred to as Aussies, and are excellent at herding.
2. French bulldog
In recent years, the French bulldog has risen to the top of the list of preferred dog breeds. They are the canine ancestors of the Greek canines.
The little hound was primarily bred for hunting.
4. Pembroke Welsh corgi
The British monarch Elizabeth II has a particular fondness for the breed of cattle herding dogs.
5. American Staffordshire terrier
Also known as an Amstaff
6. Shetland sheepdog
This breed of herding dog is often referred to as a Sheltie because it gets its name from the Shetland Islands, where it originated.
7. Golden retriever
This breed's name indicates that it was developed as a hunting dog. They are frequently used as dogs for people with disabilities.
Also known as a sausage dog.
9. Siberian husky
This working dog breed stands out for looking wolf-like. They were transported to Alaska to be trained as sled dogs after being brought from Asia.
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