Dog Breeds Quiz
This breed was created by a former cavalary officer.
- German Shepards belong to the herding group. They are the second most popular breed in America.
This dog was bred in England, where it is often used as a national icon.
- Bulldogs are friendly, courageous, and calm. They belong to the non-sporting group. Bulldogs are the fifth most popular breed in America.
These friendly Scottish dogs are popular around the world for disability assistance.
- Golden Retrievers are friendly, intelligent, and devoted. They are part of the sporting group. Golden Retrievers are the third most popular breed in America.
These highly social dogs are famously prone to separation anxiety, as they love always having company.
- Yorkshire Terriers, known as Yorkies, are affectionate, sprightly, and tomboyish. They belong to the toy group. Yorkies are the tenth most popular breed in America.
This dog is often known as a wiener dog, since it looks like a hot dog.
- Dachshunds are friendly, curious, and spunky. They belong to the hound group. Dachshunds are the twelfth most popular breed in the US.
This breed was brought from China, and was made popular in Europe by different royal houses.
- Pugs are charming, mischevious, and loving. They are part of the toy group. Pugs are the twenty-eighth most popular breed in the US.
This breed originates with Chukchi dog breeders, who often employed them as sled dogs.
- Siberian Huskies are loyal, mischevious, and outgoing. They belong to the working group. Siberian Huskies are the fourteenth most popular breed in America.
This dog is descended from ancient Roman cattle dogs.
- Rottweilers loyal, loving, and confident guardians. They are part of the working group. Rottweilers are the eighth most popular breed in America.
This breed is commonly called the smartest of all dog breeds.
- Border Collies are affectionate, smart, and energetic. They belong to the herding group. Border Collies are the 35th most popular breed in America.
These droopy dogs come from France, where they were named for their short stature.
- Basset Hounds are charming, patient, and low-key. They belong to the hound group. Basset Hounds are the 39th most popular breed in America. The "bas" in "Basset" means low.