March 14, 2016

ABC Dog Breeds

Recently, I decided to list dog breeds of each letter of the alphabet...though some were easy to come up with, others required some more thinking, while a few select letters don't have a breed! I know this is pretty random, but hey, it's fun!

A is for Airedale Terrier


B is for Bloodhound


C is for Cesky Terrier


D is for Dachshund

















E is for Entlebucher Mountain Dog


F is for Finnish Lapphund


G is for Greyhound


H is for Harrier


I is for Icelandic Sheepdog


J is for Japanese Chin


K is for Komondor


L is for Leonberger


M is for Manchester Terrier


N is for Norwegian Elkhound


O is for Otterhound


P is for Portuguese Water Dog


Q is for Queensland Heeler


R is for Rhodesian Ridgeback


S is for Shetland Sheepdog


T is for Treeing Walker Coonhound


V is for Vizsla


W is for Weimaraner


X is for Xoloitzcuintli


Y is for Yorkshire Terrier



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13 comments:

  1. guess we need to create a dog breed with a name beginning with Z ":)

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    1. I suppose! There is actually a zuchon, a mix between Shih Tzu and Bichon, but I don't think that counts!

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  2. You need to add "Z"!! You can add: Zee Goldendoodle!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. Bol! Thanks for the laugh! Or bark?

      Your Dachshund pal,
      Christmas

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  3. Thanks for visiting our blog the past few days. It is very much appreciated. You came up with a great list - it's amazing how many different breeds there are, isn't it?

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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    1. No problem! I actually visit all the time, but then I realized I had never commented before! :)

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  4. Great job with letter "A", Christmas! Thanks for stopping by☺

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly, the Airedales

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    1. Bow wow, I knew you two would like it!

      Your Dachshund pal,
      Christmas

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