The non-sporting dogs group

Non-Sporting dogs

Non-sporting dogs are the most diverse of all dog groups, containing all kinds of dog breeds that basically don’t fit into any of the other main categories, at least not anymore. They all share a common trait these days thou, being bred mainly for companionship. Non-sporting dogs can be any kind of breed in any kind of size, coat length, and appearance. Most of the canines in this group are also good watchdogs. Generally, they don’t need as much exercise as sporting dogs

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The Shiba Inu is another of the most popular dog breeds in the world, they are medium-sized dogs originating from Japan around 300 BC, they have a double medium coat, and they are considered to be medium barkers as well
The Shar Pei is a medium-sized dog breed that borders to large, with a short coat that sheds minimally and feels sandy to touch. They are very intelligent and independent dogs, loving, protective, and devoted to their family

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Shih Tzu

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The Beagle is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. This affectionate dog is generally friendly towards strangers, other dogs, and other pets. Beagles are known to bark and are not the easiest dogs to train

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