According to the registration statistics of the American Kennel Club, Beagle is one of the most popular dog breeds in America. They are 13 or 15 centimeters long and are hunting dogs of the hunting dog group. The smaller dogs of this breed are often used by the hunters to track and hunt rabbits, while longer dogs were specifically produced to follow larger animals such as deer. Because of their history as pack-hunters, this dog breed prefers the company of people and other dogs.
2. Basset Hound
Famous for their exceptionally long ears, Basset Hound is a breed of the hunting dog that originated in France and ideal for the hunters on foot. The basset dogs have a sharp sense of smell and soft dispositions that make this breed a very practical hunting dog, alone or in a backpack.
3. Pembroke Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi has a fox-shaped face with upright large ears on top of his head. They are one of the most sympathetic dogs and a passionate competitor in many dog ??sports, including hats, exterior and obedience. The early ancestor of Pembroke Welsh Corgi would have had a resemblance to the old Schipperkes, and came from the same family that includes the Pomeranian, Keeshond, Samoyeds, Norwegian Elkhound, Chow Chow and Finnish Spitz.