Because it is the biggest of all terrier breeds, the Airedale terrier is referred to as the "King of Terriers." The Airedale was created in the Aire Valley of England, where it was prized for its abilities as a rat and duck hunter.
The curly, straight, or slightly wavy coat is short and wiry. The coat sheds relatively little, but three to four times a year it needs to be hand-stripped or professionally trimmed.
The Afghan hound is a very old breed that first appeared in the mountains of what are now Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan thousands of years ago.
In this region, quick dogs were revered by royalty and nobles for their loyalty and were utilised for hunting.
The barbet is a medium-sized dog with a long, curly coat that sheds very little but needs regular combing to avoid mats and tangles. It is a centuries-old retriever breed from France.
The barbet is a sociable, happy, extroverted, and active dog that gets along well with kids and other dogs.
French shepherds have historically utilised the Briard to herd sheep and protect flocks from robbers and predators.
If properly cared for with regular brushing and combing, the long, coarse, somewhat wavy coat is dirt and water-resistant and sheds very little