Aussies have strong herding instincts and are smart and independent. These dogs are wary of strangers but loyal to their owners.

Australian Shepherd

Huskies are smart, happy, and willing. They're kind but stubborn. In cooler climates, this high-energy dog prefers outdoor play.

Siberian Husky

Timmy and Lassie know Collies are loyal. These active, affectionate herders can follow commands quickly and accurately, but they can be loud.


Labradors are America's most popular breed because they're smart, friendly, and loyal. Labs are good workers.

Labrador Retriever

Australian Cattle Dogs, also known as Blue Heelers, are hardworking herders. You'll get a smart, curious pet.

Australian Cattle Dog

"Eskies" are circus dogs that perform tricks and walk tightropes, not Eskimos. Eskies are smart, quick learners, and playful family dogs.

American Eskimo Dog

Though smaller than coolies, shelties are playful and energetic. These dogs are fast and graceful herders, but they're small enough to cuddle at night.

Shetland Sheepdog

Brittanys are energetic field dogs and great running, hiking, and hunting partners. They're quick learners and love challenges, but they can be reserved if not socialized.


Golden Retrievers are smart guide and service dogs, but their flaxen coat hides a golden heart. Pet owners love them because they're eager to please and fun-loving family members.

Golden Retriever

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