Dog Breeds - SharpSchool

Dog Breeds - SharpSchool

Dog Breeds Sporting Dogs Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3 Sporting Dog #1

Choose one of the following and find three facts about it using the resources provided American Water Spaniel Brittany Spaniel Chesapeake Bay Retriever Cocker Spaniel Irish Setter English Springer Spaniel German Short Haired Pointer Golden Retriever Gordon Setter Labrador Retriever Vizsla (pronounced VEE-slah) Weimaraner (pronounced VAY-mahr-ner)

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Sporting Dog #2 Choose a second dog from the list and find three facts about it using the resources provided

American Water Spaniel Brittany Spaniel Chesapeake Bay Retriever Cocker Spaniel Irish Setter English Springer Spaniel German Short Haired Pointer Golden Retriever Gordon Setter Labrador Retriever Vizsla (pronounced VEE-slah) Weimaraner (pronounced VAY-mahr-ner) Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Hounds Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3

Hound #1 Choose one of the following and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Afghan Hound American Foxhound Basset Hound Basenji Beagle Bloodhound Bluetick Coonhound Borzoi (pronounced BOOR-zoy) Dachshund Greyhound Irish Wolfhound Norwegian Elkhound Otterhound Pharaoh Hound

Rhodesian Ridgeback Saluki Scottish Deerhound Whippet Hound #2 Choose a second dog from the list and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Afghan Hound American Foxhound Basset Hound Basenji Beagle Bloodhound Bluetick Coonhound Borzoi (pronounced BOOR-zoy) Dachshund Greyhound

Irish Wolfhound Norwegian Elkhound Otterhound Pharaoh Hound Rhodesian Ridgeback Saluki Scottish Deerhound Whippet Terriers Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3 Terrier #1 Choose one of the following and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Airedale Terrier American Staffordshire Terrier

Border Terrier Boston Terrier Bull Terrier Cairn Terrier Fox Terrier Irish Terrier Kerry Blue Terrier Lakeland Terrier Miniature Schnauzer Norfolk Terrier Jack Russell Terrier Rat Terrier Scottish Terrier (Scottie) Wheaten Terrier West Highland Terrier (Westie) Terrier #2 Choose a second dog from the list and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Airedale Terrier American Staffordshire Terrier Border Terrier Boston Terrier Bull Terrier Cairn Terrier Fox Terrier Irish Terrier Kerry Blue Terrier Lakeland Terrier Miniature Schnauzer Norfolk Terrier Jack Russell Terrier Rat Terrier Scottish Terrier (Scottie) Wheaten Terrier West Highland Terrier (Westie)

Toy Breed Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3 Toy Dog #1 Choose one of the following and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Chihuahua Chinese Crested Italian Greyhound Japanese Chin Maltese Miniature Pinscher Papillon (pronounced pap-ee-YON) Pekingese Pomeranian Toy Poodle Pug Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) Toy Dog #2

Choose a second dog from the list and find three facts about it using the resources provided Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Chihuahua Chinese Crested

Italian Greyhound Japanese Chin Maltese Miniature Pinscher Papillon (pronounced pap-ee-YON) Pekingese Pomeranian Toy Poodle Pug Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) Working Dogs Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3 Working Dog #1 Choose one of the following and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Akita Alaskan Malamute Bernese Mountain Dog Boxer Bullmastiff or Mastiff Cane Corso Chinook Doberman Pinscher Great Dane Great Pyrenees Komondor Newfoundland (Newfie) Portuguese Water Dog Rottweiler Saint Bernard Samoyed Siberian Husky

Working Dog #2 Choose a second dog from the list and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Akita Alaskan Malamute Bernese Mountain Dog Boxer Bullmastiff or Mastiff Cane Corso Chinook Doberman Pinscher Great Dane Great Pyrenees Komondor Newfoundland (Newfie) Portuguese Water Dog Rottweiler Saint Bernard Samoyed

Siberian Husky Herding Dogs Fact 1 Fact 2 Fact 3 Herding Dog #1 Choose one of the following and find three facts about it using the resources provided

Australian Cattle Dog Australian Shepherd Collie Beauceron (pronounced BO-ser-ahn) Belgian Malinois Border Collie Welsh Corgi or Corgi German Shepherd Icelandic Sheepdog Old English Sheepdog Puli Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) Swedish Vallhund

Herding Dog #2 Choose a second dog from the list and find three facts about it using the resources provided Australian Cattle Dog

Australian Shepherd Collie Beauceron (pronounced BO-ser-ahn) Belgian Malinois Border Collie Welsh Corgi or Corgi German Shepherd Icelandic Sheepdog Old English Sheepdog Puli Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) Swedish Vallhund My Dog (optional) Name of dog Breed of dog (if you know) Picture(s)

My Dog Name of dog Breed of dog (if you know it) Breed group (if you know it) My Dog Interesting fact about your dog #1 Interesting fact about your dog #2 Interesting fact about your dog #3 My Dog Funny story about your dog My Dog Funny story about your dog My Dog Pictures of your dog

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