Dog Breeds

Dog Breeds

Cocker Spaniel

A high energy, fun-loving friend for the whole family.

Cocker Spaniels are very happy dogs, always keen to learn and please their owners, which makes them easy to train. Their flat, silky coats come in a variety of colors: black, white, tan, brown, or a mix of any of these. They are very active dogs and love to swim. Their friendly nature makes them great companions for families.


A loyal and protective companion that loves spending time with its owner.

The Dobermann takes its name from tax collector and dogcatcher Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, who created the breed in 19th-century Germany. He wanted a powerful, agile service dog with a combination of intelligence and speed. These large, energetic dogs need lots of training and exercise.


Furry, friendly, playful, and powerful⏤ good choice for the active dog owners.

Huskies are among the most identifiable and attractive breeds, thanks to their thick, double-coated fur, pointed ears, and bushy tail. With origins in Siberia, where the indigenous Chukchi people used them as sled dogs, the Husky is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world.

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent.” — Milan Kundera