Bassett Hound 

Can Basset Hound ears go low? These cute pups have squatty legs and long ears. Bassett Hounds look sad all the time. They're actually cheerful. They are friendly and adapt well. 


Long legs, floppy ears, and droopy eyes? Bloodhound, surely! Their smell is unmatched and they love a challenge. Bloodhounds weigh over 100 pounds. They use their nose on daily walks.


America's most popular breed is the spirited Beagle. These sweet little dogs have big hearts. If they smell something new, they run. They excel at scent detection. Obesity affects beagles.

Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniels are irresistible. These pups are perfect pets. Playful, kids like them. Active athletes love them. Travelers love their portability. Older people love their kindness.

English Springer Spaniel

The English Springer Spaniel is a popular bird hunting dog. They're smart and adaptable, making them easy to train. Once they learn to hunt, they'll flush waterfowl until dark. 


Poodles have curly-fluffed floppy ears. This dog comes in toy, miniature, and standard sizes. Poodles are smart and top of the class regardless of size. They're also smart. 


Everyone loves a Doxie. They draw attention even though they're short. These pups are always ready for action. They come in two sizes and have short, long, or wiry fur. They're stubborn and full of personality.

Irish Setter

This breed is famous for its auburn coat. Irish Setters are strong and muscular, giving hunters an advantage over their prey. This breed makes a great pet if you're willing to brush it.

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