Recognized dog breed group by The Kennel Club (UK). A pastoral breed is any type of dog bred to work livestock. It may refer to herding or guardian type dogs. The Kennel Club defines the Pastoral breed group as including dog breeds originally kept for “working cattle, sheep, reindeer and other cloven footed animals”.

Old English Sheepdog

The Old English Sheepdog is recognized most easily because of their very long coats. So long, in fact, that it usually covers their eyes and face. Believe it
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German Shepherd

The German Shepherd is a large sized breed that was first presented in Germany in 1899. The German Shepherd is well known for their loyalty and their hard
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