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Saarlooswolfhund

The Saarloos Wolfdog as their name suggests are very wolf like. They were bred by crossing a German Shepherd Dog with a European Wolf. Saarloos Wolfdogs are known for their natural behaviors. This bre...
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Saluki

The Saluki was originally bred in the Fertile Crescent. From Iran, such dogs are mentioned in the poetry of Khaghani, depicted in miniature paintings of hunting scenes. The modern breed is typically...
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Samojede

The Samoyed is a breed of large herding dog, from the spitz group. These dogs lived as part of the family in the hide tents of their families, where one of their “jobs” was to keep the children warm i...
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Savetalbracke

The Scent Hound from the Save Valley is a sound yet rare hunting breed from Croatia where it has existed for hundreds of years. There is a description of this hound in a manuscript from the 1719 of th...
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Schapendoes

The Schapendoes is a breed of dog originating in the Netherlands. They were the local working dog, adapted to the people, environment, and types of work needed. Today he is more likely to be a family...
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Schillerstovare

The exact origins of the Schillerstovare breed are unknown but it is thought that his predecessors hunted the forests of Sweden as far back as the Middle Ages. The Schillerstovare was developed in Swe...
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Schipperke

A Schipperke is a small breed of dog that originated in the early 16th century. Before the name "Schipperke" was officially taken, the breed was also known as "Spits" or "Spitzke", a name commonly us...
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Schnauzer

The Standard Schnauzer is a dog breed that originated in Germany from between 14th-15th century. "Snouter" comes from the German word for "snout" and means "moustache". The breed is classified as a wo...
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Schottischer Hirschhund

Scottish Deerhound also known as “Royal Dog of Scotland”, is a large breed of hound and its original purpose was to hunt and bring down the Scottish roe deer, a magnificent beast twice or more their s...
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Schottischer Terrier

The Scottish Terrier, popularly called the Scottie is a small breed of terrier with a distinctive shape and have had many roles in popular culture. They have an independent and stubborn character but...
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Schwarz-lohfarbener Waschbärenhund

The Black and Tan Coonhound is a hunting dog breed. First bred in the United States by crossing the Bloodhound and the Black and Tan Virginia Foxhound, this black and tan hound follows its prey entire...
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Schwedische Dachsbracke

The Drever is a short-legged scenthound dog breed from Sweden used for hunting deer and other game. The Drever is descended from the Westphalian Dachsbracke, a type of German hound called Bracke. T...
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Schwedischer Elchhund

The Jämthund, also called the Swedish Elkhound/Moosehound, is a dog breed of the Spitz family that have origins in Scandinavian part of Europe. The Jämthund was named after Jämtland, a historical par...
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Schwedischer Lapphund

The Swedish Lapphund, nicknamed Lappie, is a breed of the Spitz type from Sweden. Over the centuries, it has worked as a hunting dog, guard dog, and reindeer herder. This breed is rare and little know...
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Schwedischer Wallhund

The Swedish Vallhunds name means “herding” or “shepherd” dog and is said to descend from dogs of the Vikings. The breed is energetic, playful and loving. The Vallhund is calm and adaptable, making th...
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Schweizer Laufhund

The Swiss Hound has been around since the Middle Ages in Switzerland. In the 15th century, this breed was sought after by Italian dog lovers and in the 18th century by the French for its exceptional a...
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Schweizer Niederlaufhund

The Small Swiss Hound is a smaller version of the Swiss Hound originating in Switzerland. There are four varieties of the Small Swiss Hound which vary only in color: Small Bernese Hound, Small Jura Ho...
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Sealyham Terrier

The Sealyham Terrier is a rare Welsh breed of small to medium-sized terrier that originated in Wales and was originally bred to hunt otters, foxes, and badgers. The Sealyham owes its existence to the...
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Segugio Maremmano

The Segugio Maremmano is a breed of dog from the coastal plains of Maremma, in Tuscany. It is widely used for hunting wild boar because these dogs bark keeping still. The breed is recognized 2018. by...
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Serbischer Laufhund

Also known as the Balkan Hound, the Serbian Hound is a medium-sized hound that originated in the Balkans. It is one of many scent hounds that have lived in the Balkans for many years. First record of...
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Serra da Estrela Berghund

The Estrela Mountain Dog is a large dog breed whose purpose was to guard homes and herds in the Estrela Mountains, Portugal. This breed comes in two varieties, long-haired (Group 2, Section 2.2 #173a)...
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Shar Pei

The Shar-Pei is a breed of dog known for its deep wrinkles and blue-black tongue. The breed originates from Canton, China and original Shar-Pei from China may have looked very different from the breed...
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Shetland Sheepdog

For many years, the Shetland Sheepdog was called the Toonie (Norwegian word for farm). Farmers bred the dogs, crossing the Border Collie with smaller dogs. In the early 1800s in England and Scotland t...
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Shiba

The Shiba Inu originated in Japan along with the Akita, Shikoku, Kai Dog, Hokkaido and Kishu which are all Japan’s native breeds. All these breeds are larger than the Shiba Inu. It was primarily used...
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