Gordon Setters, from Scotland and England, named after a Duke, are reliable, intelligent, and have great recall and stamina—perfect for hunting!
Welsh Terriers are known for being loyal and protective. They are also good at making decisions and hunting. If you teach them well, they can be great pets.
Old English Sheepdogs are friendly guard dogs that need a lot of care. If you leave them alone, they can become sad and bad.
English Springer Spaniels are well-behaved hunting dogs that are great for going on hikes or camping. They are active and loyal, which makes them great partners for trips outside.
The Australian Cattle Dog is a breed from the Herding Group that is smart and alert. It is great for farms because it can hear and protect animals.
Tervs are independent & clever but need training. Make jobs into games, and they'll enjoy doing them.
Collies are quick and well-balanced. Training them to be obedient should start early, and they need mental activity to be happy.
Golden Retrievers work hard and are the fourth smartest breed when it comes to respect and working smarts. Great for seeing-eye jobs, SAR, and work in the field. Easy to train, but needs love and time to bond.
Berner Sennenhunds are easy to train, but they are sensitive and need to be taught in a gentle way. These cute dogs are strong and good at herding, so they make great country dogs.
Bloodhounds are dedicated hunters, and their strong noses help them find their prey. Even though they can be stubborn, they won't give up until they find it.