If you’re looking for a lively, loyal companion with an unbeatable love of the outdoors, then look no further than the incredible German hunting terrier. This devoted breed is full of life and energy, and makes a wonderful addition to any family. Learn more about the German hunting terrier with this guide!
The Icelandic Sheepdog is – as the name suggests – used to herd sheep in Iceland.
An independent dog with the appearance of an impressive huge white ghost, that’s the Pyrenean Mountain Dog.
Ratonero Valenciano is a small to medium-sized breed from Valencia, Spain. It is popular in its homeland and fairly uncommon in the rest of the world.
Prague Ratter is a common dog breed in its country of origin and very rare anywhere else. Let’s meet this seemingly fragile dog known to the kings of Bohemia.
Bouvier des Flandres is a Belgian (Flemish) herding dog breed from the 17th century that captured the heart of an American president.
Bohemian Fousek (in Czech český fousek, full English name Bohemian wire-haired Pointing griffon) is a very rare pointer breed outside of its country of origin. It’s an energetic and playful dog that’s not only a great hunting companion but also a family dog.