English Setter

The more reserved, sensitive nature of the English Setter means this is a dog better suited to families with older children, who enjoy long walks

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Dogue de Bordeaux

History and Origins Country of Origin: France The precise origin of this breed is unknown with some thinking that is it was originally an ancient

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Dobermann

History and Origins The Dobermann was created with a very specific job in mind. In the late 19th century Louis Dobermann, a German tax collector

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Deerhound

Deerhounds can take up surprisingly little indoor space, as they are a tall rather than bulky dog, however they are long backed, and may find

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Dandie Dinmont Terrier

History and Origins Country of Origin: Scotland Originally named the Mustard and Pepper Terrier, this is a working terrier developed in the 1600’s to hunt

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Dalmatian

History and Origins Country of Origin: England Despite their name, it would seem that the Dalmatian is primarily an English breed with their first recorded use

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Dachshund (Smooth-Haired)

Personality This dog can be very independent and needs kind, consistent, patient training. Early socialisation is required in order to acclimate Dachshunds to children, strangers

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