Some of the non-sporting group dogs, such as the Chow Chows and Keeshond were originally utilized for their guarding and watchdog skills, though the Keeshond also is a good swimmer and has in the past been a ratter.
Others in this group, for example the Bulldog, was orginally bred to bait bulls as the name implies. Whereas, the Tibetan Terrier - not a terrier at all - was a good luck talisman raised in Tibetan monasteries and often given to travelers for favorable tidings on their journies, and the Bichon Frise was just born to be pampered!
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The Dalmatian, aside from his Disney fame, once traveled along side the horse-drawn carriages providing protection to the passengers. He was also a help to firemen in those days as he had an affinity for working with horses.
The Poodle, a much-beloved and highly intelligent dog is an excellent swimmer and was once used as a retriever both in
water and over land.
All of the dogs in this classification are rather unique and some of them are breeds not commonly seen out and about. Mostly, they are an alert and lively group and make fine companions. I'm sure you'll recognize many of your favorite breeds among them.
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Non-Sporting Group - The Breeds
|Bichon Frise||Boston Terrier||Bulldog|
|Chow Chow||Dalmatian||Finnish Spitz|
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Other dog groups classified by the America Kennel Club, include:
- Working Dog Group - They like to be kept busy.
- Terrier Dog Group - Lively, Fun and Smart!
- Hounds - An interesting and talented dog group
- The Toy Dog Group - Diminutive Dogs With Big Personalities
- Herding Dog Group - They love to round'em up!
- Sporting Dog Group - They love the great outdoors!
- Miscellaneous Dog Group
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