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Here are, in no particular order, the winners from Dogster’s second Wagalicious Photo Contest
Proud parent of a German Shepherd Dog who’s looking to learn more or thinking about getting a GSD? Learn the facts about this dog breed here.
Mixing native Dingoes with Collies and other herding dogs, Australian George Elliott developed the Blue Heeler in 1840. They are also called Australian Heelers, Queensland Heelers and Australian Cattle Dogs.
Bred to be both swift and strong, American Staffordshire Terriers love to play fetch, go for runs and work.
Mild-mannered and obedient, Basset Hounds are excellent members of the household. And they’re also a whole lot of fun.
A loyal, friendly and affectionate friend, the Belgian Sheepdog craves companionship and family time above everything else.
Friendly with their families and curious about strangers, Alaskan Huskies are calmer than their cousins the Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute.
The Akbash has an independent spirit that blends with a fierce protectiveness for home and family.
Affenpinschers love to goof around. These toy-sized dogs are sturdy and vigorous, with a great sense of high-energy fun.
Alaskan Malamutes love to goof around, play games and be rowdy (in a pleasant way, of course).
The Airedale terrier is an independent, problem-solving breed.
Affectionate and loving, the Bedlington forms strong bonds with its family. It craves attention and likes the occasional cuddle.
Loyal, friendly and affectionate, the Belgian Malinois craves companionship and family time above everything else.
Gentle with children, versatile with adults, the American Indian Dog has a very mellow and serene spirit.
American Pit Bull Terriers are affectionate, loyal, happy dogs with lots of energy and a natural eagerness to please their guardians.
An ancient hunting hound, Azawakhs need a lot of exercise. They can be aloof around strangers but are very affectionate towards their family.
Bearded Collies are fun-loving pals around the house, always wagging their tails and looking for people to entertain.
Protective and alert, the Anatolian Shepherd Dog makes an excellent watchdog.
Charming, intelligent, warm and friendly, American Eskimo Dogs make for a superb watchdog.
America loves the Beagle. There is nothing fancy or exotic or designer about him, but his loving temperament and handy size make him a perennial favorite.
These dogs form special bonds with their families, but they won’t beg for attention.
Australian Shepherds are vigorous, well-proportioned and rustic dogs. Learn about this breed here.
Australian Kelpies are devoted, friendly and focused canines. They have great personalities, especially when they have “tasks” to accomplish or animals to herd.
Australian Cattle Dogs are high-energy, intelligent and active. Not content with sitting around the house, these dogs want to play and work.
While Beaucerons are hardworking and determined herding dogs, around the home they are gentle and sociable, always ready to play, walk or cuddle.
Obedient, smart, curious and eager to please, Bernese Mountain Dogs are are dependable but levelheaded guardians.
Basenjis have been known to sleep the day away. But when they wake up,watch out: These dogs love to play, explore and run.
A light-boned, elegant, square-built dog the Belgian Tervuren is a loyal, friendly and affectionate companion.
Working dogs that need to move American Bulldogs are not the best apartment dogs. They need daily walks, room to run and lots of fresh air to maintain a healthy mind and body.
Strong, determined, loving pals, Australian Terriers are eager to please and easy to train.
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