Recognized dog breed group by American Kennel Club, Working group includes 28 dog breeds developed for a variety of jobs, including guarding property, guarding livestock, or pulling carts.

An intelligent, strong, watchful, and alert Working Group dog is quick to learn. They are bred to assist man by performing water rescues, pulling sleds, and guarding property. Doberman Pinschers, Siberian Huskies, and Great Danes are just a few of the breeds in this group. Before deciding whether or not to adopt a Working Group dog, prospective owners should learn how to properly train and socialize one. Some breeds in the Working Group may not be suitable for first-time dog owners.

English Mastiff

English mastiffs are powerful, hard-working dogs. They make great family pets and can be trusted to protect their property from intruders and strangers. They tend to be loyal
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The Boxer is a well established German bred dog. The first Boxer was shown in 1896 in Germany. It is a cross between an English Bulldog and the
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Great Dane

Many of us know the Great Dane from popular culture. Famous Great Danes include Scooby Doo, Astro Jetson, and Marmaduke. They may seem like large and possibly scary
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