The sporting dogs group

Sporting dogs

Sporting dogs are the companions of hunters. Their main purpose is to accompany the hunter by locating, moving, and retrieving birds. They are also actively used as therapy and search and rescue dogs. The Sporting dogs group contains four types of canines, setters, spaniels, retrievers, and pointers. Common for all the dogs in the Sporting group is that they require lots of exercise. They are also typically excellent family dogs due to their loyalty and high trainability level

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Golden Retrievers are one of the most popular dogs in the world. These quite large Sporting dogs are calm and loving by nature and gets along with everybody just fine, they make excellent family dogs and are easy to train

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