The Kuvasz is known primarily as a livestock guardian dog, protecting sheep from predators. However, he can also serve as a farm watchdog or personal protector.
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The Komondor is first and foremost a guard dog. The instinct to protect is so deeply ingrained in this breed that there is no division between show and working types.
Not only can this feisty terrier rid the barn of rodents and other vermin, he will happily sound the alert when anything is amiss.
Few dogs are as energetic and enthusiastic as the Irish Setter. He throws himself wholeheartedly into whatever he does, whether work or play.
There is no question that the Great Pyrenees is an excellent pet and therapy dog. If given his choice, however, he would prefer to live outdoors and protect his territory.
The Golden Retriever's biddable nature makes him a versatile dog. He is first and foremost the perfect pet.
Despite its many ups and downs, the German Shepherd Dog has consistently remained one of the most popular dogs in the world.
Not only is the English Shepherd an excellent watchdog and guardian of livestock, he can herd just about anything.
Despite years of breeding for conformation, the herding instinct still lies dormant in some Collies.