Often mistaken for wolves, the Alaskan Malamute is a family-friendly dog. Get all the facts about this breed in our complete Alaskan Malamute guide.
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Get all the facts about the American Bulldog, including exercise needs and health issues plus the breed's temperament in our complete American Bulldog guide.
The Beauceron is an active pup ready to join you on your adventures. Learn all the facts about this dog in our Beauceron guide.
Learn all the facts from their European roots as herding dogs to their success in the US as police and as military K-9s in our complete Belgian Malinois guide.
Bloodhounds are hunting hounds who love the outdoors. With a non-territorial personality, they can be great for families.
Want to know more about the ultimate outdoorsy dog? Get all the facts in our Bluetick Coonhound guide to learn if this is the canine match for you!
Looking for Borzoi facts and information? These fascinating dogs are kind and intelligent. Check out our complete Borzoi guide to learn more about this breed.
The Bouvier is a hardworking breed of dog originating from Belgium. This complete Bouvier des Flandres guide shares everything you need to know about the breed.
Want to learn all about the lusciously locked Briard? Find out all the Briard information you need to know before making this dog a part of your family.
Loyal, smart and energetic, read our Chesapeake Bay Retriever guide to learn what makes this dog breed tick and find out if they'd make the right pet for you.
Chinook dogs were originally bred as sled dogs, and they're still right at home in the snow thanks to their double coats.
They are mellow, outgoing dogs who love everyone they meet, including children and other dogs. Yes, you will end up with dog hair all over your clothes.