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1.American Water Spaniel

The American Water Spaniel is an active, outdoorsy breed that grew up in the upper Midwest's lake area and enjoys swimming and hunting. Although reserved with strangers and a little stubborn, they are reputed to be joyful, enthusiastic, and endearing.

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2.American Staffordshire Terrier

The American Staffordshire Terrier, or "AmStaff," is a smart, self-assured, and kind canine companion. They have legendary bravery. A properly raised, well-adjusted American Staff member is a devoted buddy who you can depend on.

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3.American Leopard Hound

One of best qualities of the American Leopard Hound is intelligence. The breed devoted to its family affectionate with them and fiercely protective of young ones.

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4.Alaskan Klee Kai 

The Alaskan Klee Kai is a little companion dog that is watchful, active, and inquisitive but reserved around strangers and in strange situations.

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5.Appenzeller Sennenhund

The medium-sized Appenzeller Sennenhund is a tricolored, somewhat square-built, and balanced herding breed. He makes a good driving, watch, guard, house, or farm dog since he is robust and agile.

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6.American English Coonhound

These slick and racy, slender yet powerful dogs hunt the cunning raccoon from dusk until daylight. The sound of the American English Coonhound bellowing its lusty night symphony as it races through the moonlit woods is coon-hunter bliss.

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7.American Foxhounds

American Foxhounds are friendly, low-maintenance hounds that get along with kids, dogs and even cats, but they do have certain unique requirements for potential owners. They have a strong connection to the noble estates of Colonial Virginia and Revolutionary War heroes.

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8.Airedale Terrier

Because of height, strength and steadfast nature, the Airedale Terrier is The King of Terriers. One of the world's most adaptable dog breeds, the Airedale has established himself as hunter, athlete and buddy.

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9.Australian Cattle Dog

The Queensland Heeler, also known as the Blue or Red Heeler or Australian Cattle Dog, is related to Australia's well-known wild dog, the dingo. These hardy shepherds are clever enough to often outwit their owners.

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10.Australian Kelpie

Australian Kelpie is slim, energetic dog that can work tirelessly. He possesses boundless energy is incredibly clever and vigilant. The Australian Kelpie is  exceptionally dedicated and faithful herding dog.