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Canaan Dog

The Ashkelon Dog Cemetery, which can be found in one of Israel's national parks, contains the skeletons of over 1,500 dogs from roughly 500 BCE. The scientific community uses this graveyard as evidence that the modern Canaan dog's origins are in Israel.

Clumber Spaniel

Clumber spaniels were a favorite companion living in the castles of many royal families in the 18th and 19th centuries.


The doxie’s actual name, dachshund, directly describes its original purpose. Dachs means badger and hund means hunting in the German language.


Drevers got their name from a naming contest in 1947.

French Bulldog

These dogs are very talkative. They use a variety of sounds to “talk” to their owners

Field Spaniel

While originally bred for hunting, Field Spaniels are more commonly used as a family dog or a show dog.

Flat-Coated Retriever

Flat-Coated Retrievers are one of the oldest retriever breeds; they were bred beginning in the 19th century.