Hungarian Vizsla

Personality A larger-than-life character, the Hungarian Vizsla makes a fun, lively, loving companion for those who can give him the time and attention he needs.

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Hungarian Puli

The Puli dog is easily recognised by his trademark coat – long cords, sometimes reaching the ground in length. They can be black, rusty black,

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Hungarian Kuvasz

A dog for those living in remote places, with large areas of extremely well fenced land. Likely to be fine with older children they have

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Hovawart

History and Origins This German breed was bred to guard livestock, farms and even castles in the Middle Ages. Sadly, the Hovawart dog breed died

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Havanese

History and Origins Country of Origin: Cuba The Havanese is a member of the Bichon family, which includes the Bichon Frise, Bolognese, Coton De Tulear, Lowchen and Maltese.  Their ancestors from the Mediterranean area accompanied

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Hamiltonstovare

History and Origins Country of Origin: Sweden One of Sweden’s most popular hound breeds, the Hamiltonstovare was developed in the late 19th century by one

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Greyhound

Greyhounds are the racehorses of the canine world, incredibly fast, graceful and elegant. These dogs are muscular and strongly-built. The short, fine coat comes in

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Great Dane

Great Danes can make great family dogs but they are often just too big to live easily with smaller children. While many dogs are traditionally

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Grand Bleu de Gascogne

History and Origins Country of Origin:France Descended from the St Hubert Hound, a now extinct Bloodhound type, the Grand Bleu dates back to Medieval times. Used to

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