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A Short Background About Dogs

Dogs are believed to have descended directly from wolves (Canis), with the now-extinct wolf lineages that created dogs branching off from the line that creates modern living wolves sometime between 27,000 and 40,000 years ago.

There is strong genetic evidence, that domestication began somewhere in northern Eurasia about 14,000 to 29,000 years ago. Even though when and where dog domestication happened is still a matter of debate, it’s clear that dogs have been companions to humans for thousands of years.

Over time, dogs have been bred for different purposes and appearances, and there are now hundreds of different breeds of dogs. Dogs are loyal and intelligent animals, and they are able to understand and respond to human emotions. They can also be trained to perform a variety of tasks, such as search and rescue, assistance for the disabled, and law enforcement. In recent years, dogs have also been increasingly used as therapy animals to help people with anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.

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What Dogs Need

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Dogs are social animals and they need companionship. Without regular interaction with their owner or other people, dogs can become bored or anxious. Dogs who are not well-socialized may become fearful or aggressive. It is important to make sure that your dog has plenty of opportunities to socialize with other dogs and people. This can be done by taking them for walks in the park, letting them play in the backyard, or taking them to dog parks or dog daycare.

Dogs also need exercise to stay healthy and fit. A tired dog is a happy dog, and regular exercise will help to keep your dog’s weight down and their energy levels up. Walking, running, and playing are all great ways to exercise your dog. You can also enroll your dog in agility classes or other activities that will help them burn off excess energy.

Just like us, dogs also need a balanced diet. They should eat a variety of foods that provide them with the nutrients they need for growth and development. Dogs also need access to clean water at all times. Feeding your dog a healthy diet and making sure they have plenty of fresh water will help to keep them healthy and happy.

Dogs are susceptible to a variety of health problems, just like people are. Some of these conditions can be prevented with vaccinations and routine vet care, while others may require more intensive treatment. Common health problems in dogs include allergies, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hip dysplasia, kidney disease, and obesity. Keeping your dog up-to-date on their vaccinations and taking them for regular check-ups will help to avoid many of these problems.

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Different Dog Breeds

Did you know that there are 190 dog breeds listed in the AKC, and 360 officially recognized breeds of dogs around the world, excluding experimental breeds? Find the list of dog breeds in every letter below.
Dog Breeds that Start With A

🐶Affenpinscher
🐶Afghan Hound
🐶Aidi
🐶Ainu
🐶Airedale Terrier
🐶Airedoodle
🐶Akbash
🐶Akita
🐶Akita Shepherd
🐶Alabai
🐶Alaskan Husky
🐶Alaskan Klee Kai
🐶Alaskan Malamute
🐶Alaskan Shepherd
🐶Alpine Dachsbracke
🐶Alusky
🐶American Alsatian
🐶American Bulldog
🐶American Cocker Spaniel
🐶American Coonhound
🐶American Eskimo Dog
🐶American Foxhound
🐶American Hairless Terrier
🐶American Leopard Hound
🐶American Pit Bull Terrier
🐶American Staffordshire Terrier
🐶American Water Spaniel
🐶Anatolian Shepherd Dog
🐶Appenzeller Dog
🐶Apple Head Chihuahua
🐶Aussiedoodle
🐶Aussiedor
🐶Australian Bulldog
🐶Australian Cattle Dog
🐶Australian Kelpie Dog
🐶Australian Labradoodle
🐶Australian Retriever
🐶Australian Shepherd
🐶Australian Terrier

Dog Breeds that Start With B

🐶Barbet
🐶Basenji Dog
🐶Bassador
🐶Basset Fauve de Bretagne
🐶Basset Hound
🐶Bassetoodle
🐶Bavarian Mountain Hound
🐶Bea-Tzu
🐶Beabull
🐶Beagador
🐶Beagle
🐶Beagle Shepherd
🐶Beaglier
🐶Beago
🐶Bearded Collie
🐶Beaski
🐶Beauceron
🐶Bedlington Terrier
🐶Belgian Shepherd
🐶Belgian Tervuren
🐶Bergamasco
🐶Berger Picard
🐶Bernedoodle
🐶Bernese Mountain Dog
🐶Bernese Shepherd
🐶Bichon Frise
🐶Bichpoo
🐶Biewer Terrier
🐶Black And Tan Coonhound
🐶Black Russian Terrier
🐶Bloodhound
🐶Blue Lacy Dog
🐶Blue Picardy Spaniel
🐶Bluetick Coonhound
🐶Boggle
🐶Boglen Terrier
🐶Bolognese Dog
🐶Borador
🐶Border Collie
🐶Border Terrier
🐶Bordoodle
🐶Borkie
🐶Boston Terrier
🐶Bouvier Des Flandres
🐶Boxador
🐶Boxer Dog
🐶Boxerdoodle
🐶Boxsky
🐶Boxweiler
🐶Boykin Spaniel
🐶Brazilian Terrier
🐶British Timber
🐶Brittany
🐶Brug
🐶Brussels Griffon
🐶Bull Terrier
🐶Bulldog
🐶Bullmastiff

Dog Breeds that Start With C

🐶Cairn Terrier
🐶Canaan Dog
🐶Canadian Eskimo Dog
🐶Cane Corso
🐶Carolina Dog
🐶Catahoula Leopard
🐶Catalan Sheepdog
🐶Cava Tzu
🐶Cavador
🐶Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
🐶Cavapoo
🐶Cesky Fousek
🐶Cesky Terrier
🐶Cheagle
🐶Chesapeake Bay Retriever
🐶Chihuahua
🐶Chinese Crested Dog
🐶Chinese Shar-Pei
🐶Chinook
🐶Chipoo
🐶Chiweenie
🐶Chorkie
🐶Chow Chow
🐶Chow Shepherd
🐶Clumber Spaniel
🐶Cockalier
🐶Cockapoo
🐶Cocker Spaniel
🐶Collie
🐶Corgidor
🐶Corgipoo
🐶Corkie
🐶Corman Shepherd
🐶Coton de Tulear
🐶Curly Coated Retriever
🐶Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

Dog Breeds that Start With D

Staff learn proper handling, signs, and symptoms of illness, dog expressions, and body language.

Dog Breeds that Start With F

Snacks are available throughout the day and fresh water is constantly available.

Dog Breeds that Start With G

Staff learn proper handling, signs, and symptoms of illness, dog expressions, and body language.

Dog Breeds that Start With J

Snacks are available throughout the day and fresh water is constantly available.

Dog Breeds that Start With L

If your dog has separation anxiety we encourage you to bring something that smells like home.

Dog Breeds that Start With M

Staff learn proper handling, signs, and symptoms of illness, dog expressions, and body language.

Dog Breeds that Start With N

Snacks are available throughout the day and fresh water is constantly available.

Dog Breeds that Start With P

Staff learn proper handling, signs, and symptoms of illness, dog expressions, and body language.

Dog Breeds that Start With R

Snacks are available throughout the day and fresh water is constantly available.

Dog Breeds that Start With S

If your dog has separation anxiety we encourage you to bring something that smells like home.

Dog Breeds that Start With W

Staff learn proper handling, signs, and symptoms of illness, dog expressions, and body language.

Dog Breeds that Start With Y

Snacks are available throughout the day and fresh water is constantly available.

There are many different breeds of dogs, each with its own unique set of characteristics. Some people prefer smaller dogs while others prefer larger breeds. Some people like energetic dogs while others prefer lazy ones. There is no one perfect dog for everyone, but all dogs bring joy into their owners’ lives.

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Where to Find Dog Shelters in the US?

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, approximately 38% or 48 million households in the US have dog companions. Americans are some of the best dog parents in the world. If you're looking for a shelter where you can volunteer or adopt dogs of your own, click below.

If you’re a shelter or rescue organization, or you know of a shelter that’s not on the list, feel free to contact us and suggest changes.

Dogs make great companions for people of all ages. They are loyal, loving, and intelligent animals that can provide us with years of companionship.

If you are thinking about getting a dog, be sure to do your research to find the right breed for you and your family. Dogs can bring a lot of joy into our lives, but they also come with responsibility.

Be sure that you are prepared to care for your dog before you bring one home.

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FAQs About Dogs

Find the answers to some of the most asked questions about dogs.
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  • Nicole has been a freelance writer for over 10 years. She has three dogs, two of which she rescued from the streets. When not furiously typing away at her computer, you’d either find her chasing after her adorable dogs and kids, or volunteering at a local shelter.

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    • Nicole has been a freelance writer for over 10 years. She has three dogs, two of which she rescued from the streets. When not furiously typing away at her computer, you’d either find her chasing after her adorable dogs and kids, or volunteering at a local shelter.