American Dog Breeds That Are Extremely Common

The Alaskan malamute is a type of sled dog thought to have evolved from wolf-dogs many centuries ago. 

 Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan malamute's thick double coat and long, curved tail serve to insulate it.

American Eskimo Dog

The white dogs were so easy to train and attractive that many of them joined circuses and other traveling shows. 

American hairless terrier as a member of the Terrier Group. The United States can claim credit for creating the first breed of hairless dog. 

The Australian shepherd is a breed that originated in the United States, despite the misleading name. 

Australian Shepherd

Shepherd dogs were brought to Australia by emigrants from a location near the Pyrenees Mountains.

A guy in Boston purchased a dog named Judge who was a hybrid of a bulldog and the now-extinct white English terrier. 

Boston Terrier

The Boston terrier breed can trace its ancestry back to him. Dogs even smaller and with a sweeter look than the ones we have today emerged via selective breeding.

South Carolina breeders at the start of the twentieth century created the Boykin spaniel so that they could use a tiny dog for hunting turkeys from boats.

Boykin Spaniel

Boykin taught a little stray dog of unknown breed, and that all subsequent Boykins are derived from this dog. 

The Catahoula leopard dog got its name from Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, where the breed was first created as an all-purpose farm and hunting dog.

Catahoula Leopard Dog

Catahoula leopard dogs are intelligent working dogs and loving pets.

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