The 9 Of The Most Popular Dogs Around the World

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Akita 

Owing to their brave and devoted personality, Akitas were developed as guard dogs.

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Great Dane

The Great Dane, often called the German Mastiff or Deutsche Dogge, is a native of Germany, where throughout the Middle Ages it was developed primarily for hunting.

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Border Collie

Due to their great energy, love of running around, and need for household tasks, this type of dog is ideal for living in rural areas.

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Maltese 

Although it lacks a specific nation of origin, this type of dog is regarded as one of the oldest in Europe. Originally, Maltese dogs were developed to hunt rats.

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Australian Shepherd 

The idea that this breed is Australian in origin is a frequent one. They're not from Australia at all, despite their incredibly misleading name; instead, they came from the US.

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Shiba Inu

Originating in Japan, the Shiba Inu dog breed was initially intended to chase small game and birds away.

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Rottweiler 

The German village of Rottweil is the birthplace of Rottweilers, who were bred there to herd livestock. These days, Rottweilers are trained to serve as police, search and rescue, and guard dogs.

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Beagle

Because of their extraordinary sense of smell, beagles were initially developed as scent hounds for tracking and hunting.

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Dobermann

Karl Friedrich Dobermann, the owner of the Apolda dog pound, began breeding Dobermanns in Germany in the 1880s.