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Which Dog?

written by: Slava
 
Dogs again. I will show you a photo of a dog and give you some interesting information, you will have to guess the breed. Have fun.

Question 1:

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This dog is not very big, but can endure harsh weather conditions and has a lot of stamina. It was bred by the Chukchi people in Siberia, as a sled dog.
Siberian Husky
Tibetan Spaniel
Weimaraner
West Highland White Terrier


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Question 2:

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This dog likes being surrounded by other animals. It is a friendly companion.
Welsh Terrier
Vizsla
Toy Poodle
Shih Tzu


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Question 3:

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This dog sheds almost no hair. He was used as a ratter in the Middle Ages in Great Britain.
Tibetan Terrier
Toy Manchester Terrier
Welsh Terrier
Wire Fox Terrier


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Question 4:

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This breed is comparatively new - it appeared about 100 years ago. The dogs were used for hunting foxes, as their size allowed them to penetrate fox holes.
Welsh Terrier
Yorkshire Terrier
Welsh Springer Spaniel
Wire Fox Terrier


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Question 5:

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This breed was developed after fox hunting became popular in England in 17th century and hunters needed a dog to chase the foxes.
Wire Fox Terrier
West Highland White Terrier
Sussex Spaniel
Welsh Terrier


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Question 6:

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The aggressive nature of this dog is not accidental -- the breed was developed in Germany as a guard dog. These dogs' name comes from the name of the town where they originated, meaning "red tile."
Sealyham Terrier
Old English Sheepdog
Spinone Italiano
Rottweiler


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Question 7:

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This is supposed to be the first domesticated breed. During its 5000 years in existence, this breed has remained unchanged.
Pharaoh Hound
Saluki
Rhodesian Ridgeback
Shetland Sheepdog


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Question 8:

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This dog is thought to read human emotions well. It was declared a National Treasure in Japan.
Shiba-Inu
Polish Owczarek Nizinny
Pekingese
Schipperke


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Question 9:

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This dog is known for its tolerance of children. The breed was developed by a monk, to help travelers get through the dangerous Alpine pass between Switzerland and Italy.
Puli
Schipperke
Samoyed
Saint Bernard


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Question 10:

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The name of this dog originates from its looks - his ears resemble a butterfly silhouette. The name of his breed means "butterfly" in French.
Pug
Papillon
Puli
Pomeranian


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