Germany's Best Dog Breeds

Boxers are thought to be straight descendants of the bullenbeisser dog breed, which used to be bigger and stronger but is now extinct.


Boxers like to have fun and need a lot of exercise. They usually show a lot of love to their families.


Dachshund" means in German. Around 600 years ago, these low-to-the-ground dogs were made to hunt badgers and dig them out of their dens.

They can be very lively, but when they are with their families, they are friendly and fun.

Dobermann created the Doberman Pinscher at the turn of the 20th century. 

Doberman Pinscher

Dobies became more well-known, and they became famous working dogs very quickly. 

The Great Dane is one of the biggest dog breeds, but despite its name, it didn't come from Denmark.

Great Dane

Most of the time, they cost more to feed and take care of than smaller dogs.

The history of the tiny schnauzer goes back to 15th-century Germany. When small standard schnauzers were crossed with poodles and Affenpinschers, this breed was born.

Miniature Schnauzer

The majority of mini schnauzers are friendly, smart, and eager to please. But they are known for how often they bark to warn.

The Pomeranian is related to the Arctic dogs with thick coats and spitz-like bodies. Breeders, on the other hand, wanted a smaller version of these big sled dogs. 


Pomerania, which is now a part of Poland and western Germany, is where these dogs were first bred and where they got their name.

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