The Vizsla is stunning. This lean, smooth, medium-sized dog is the aristocrat of the dog world. These pups have tons of pep! They are very energetic, love to be outdoors and excel at tracking, retrieving, and competitive obedience. On the other hand, they are also very affectionate by nature and love to relax and cuddle. They have commonly been referred to as a "Velcro dog" because they won't leave your side! Vizslas do best in active households with room to run.
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Also known as the “African Lion Dog,” the Rhodesian Ridgeback was bred in southern Africa to hunt lions. These courageous, athletic dogs are easily identified by their “ridge”, which is a strip of hair growing in the opposite direction along their spine. They have incredible endurance and durability, and are very friendly and affectionate towards children and other pets. Rhodesian Ridgebacks are intelligent and easy to train, and are well suited for active families.
Weimaraners are easily distinguishable by their blue-gray coloring, (usually) docked tails and bright, amber eyes. This breed was originally bred in Germany to hunt large game, and today still has the same fearlessness and endurance that it did then. Weimaraners are an adaptable breed, but are fairly active and are happiest with room to run. These beautiful dogs are highly intelligent and naturally obedient, and make excellent, devoted family companion dogs.
Well-known for their historical role as fire house dogs, Dalmatians are unique, quirky looking white dogs with black spots all over their bodies. They were also made famous by Anheuser-Busch as the dog that rides along with the Clydesdales, and by Disney in the film "101 Dalmatians." Social and active dogs, Dalmatians thrive on attention and companionship. Their stocky, muscular bodies and their impressive intellect are ideal for a variety of activities.
This small, ancient dog breed originates in Italy, where it was historically used to hunt rabbits, especially in adverse conditions. The Cirneco dell’Etna is a robust, compact dog that has impressive endurance and a friendly, laid-back personality. It has an elegant, slender build and a red or chestnut colored coat, as well as erect, upright ears. This breed is most commonly raised as a companion dog, as it does very well with children and enjoys being around people.