Author: Dogster HQ

  • Bichon Frise

    The charming, friendly and intelligent Bichon Frise is soft and sweet and naturally social dog that will get along with the whole family—even other pets.

  • Belgian Tervuren

    A light-boned, elegant, square-built dog the Belgian Tervuren is a loyal, friendly and affectionate companion.

  • Chart Polski

    The Chart Polski is an enjoyable, intelligent companion when well-trained. They are very affectionate pets who love to be with their family.

  • Caucasian Ovcharka

    Noble and chivalrous at times, the Caucasian Ovcharka is loyal, eager to please and devoted to its family.

  • Border Terrier

    One of the more laid-back terriers, Border Terriers can be mannerly and calm around the house. They have a friendly, outgoing way with everyone in the family.

  • Belgian Sheepdog

    A loyal, friendly and affectionate friend, the Belgian Sheepdog craves companionship and family time above everything else.

  • Belgian Malinois

    Loyal, friendly and affectionate, the Belgian Malinois craves companionship and family time above everything else.

  • Bedlington Terrier

    Affectionate and loving, the Bedlington forms strong bonds with its family. It craves attention and likes the occasional cuddle.

  • Beauceron

    While Beaucerons are hardworking and determined herding dogs, around the home they are gentle and sociable, always ready to play, walk or cuddle.

  • Bearded Collie

    Bearded Collies are fun-loving pals around the house, always wagging their tails and looking for people to entertain.

  • Beagle

    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.

  • Basset Hound

    Mild-mannered and obedient, Basset Hounds are excellent members of the household. And they’re also a whole lot of fun.

  • Alaskan Malamute

    Alaskan Malamutes love to goof around, play games and be rowdy (in a pleasant way, of course).

  • Basenji

    Basenjis have been known to sleep the day away. But when they wake up,watch out: These dogs love to play, explore and run.

  • American Staffordshire Terrier

    Bred to be both swift and strong, American Staffordshire Terriers love to play fetch, go for runs and work.

  • Australian Terrier

    Strong, determined, loving pals, Australian Terriers are eager to please and easy to train.

  • Black Russian Terrier

    No matter how big your house or yard, the Black Russian Terrier will want to be close to you. They passionately love their family.

  • Bloodhound

    A big, fenced yard is almost essential for a Bloodhound. Though not at all willful, they do have a healthy sense of independence, adventure and curiosity.

  • Canaan Dog

    Gentle and sweet around the house, tough and resilient in the field, Canaan Dogs are adaptable to almost any situation.

  • Clumber Spaniel

    Easygoing and gentle, the Clumber Spaniel loves quality time with the family, but it also has an independent side.

  • Brussels Griffon

    Energetic and inquisitive, a Brussels Griffon will follow you around the house all day and then jump in your lap the moment you sit down.

  • Bull Terrier

    Bull Terriers may look like rugby players, but deep down they are sweet, dependable, gentle and downright silly at times.

  • Bulldog

    Bulldogs may look tough, but inside they’re sweet and gentle. They have a friendly temperament and a fond attachment to home and family.

  • Bouvier des Flandres

    The Bouvier des Flandres is friendly, obedient and surprisingly mellow considering its herding-dog genes. It makes a wonderful companion to children.

  • Boston Terrier

    With his gracious smile, a polished bow, and a slight wink, the Boston Terrier is not only a tuxedo-clad class act; he’s occasionally the class clown.

  • Brittany

    Lively and fun, Brittanys are always up for a roll on the carpet, a game in the back yard or a cuddle on the couch.

  • Briard

    Briards are herding dogs with rather gentle personalities. They are relatively easygoing around the house, always ready to play.

  • Boxer

    Boxers may look tough as nails (and they are certainly tough) but under the surface they are lovable, playful, sometimes goofy pals.

  • Chihuahua

    Vigilant, self-important and dedicated to his owner, the Chihuahua dog has been a popular companion for centuries.

  • Bluetick Coonhound

    Bluetick Coonhounds were born and bred to hunt in the wild, yet they make a surprisingly gentle, playful and easygoing household pal.