A working dog, also known as a working horse, is a breed of horse that has a normal range of health and temperament and has a very low rate of health problems.
It is considered one of the most popular breeds in the U.S., with nearly one-third of working horses sold in the United States in 2016, according to the U,S.
Working breeds have a wide range of abilities, including agility, balance, endurance, speed, and endurance for work and agility for leisure, according the American Kennel Club.
The breed was once a popular way to get people to take part in outdoor activities, but has become increasingly popular with people who don’t have to travel, such as the traveling circus, dog walkers, and even military families.
Working dogs also have a low incidence of physical or mental illnesses.
Some breeds of working dogs are also known for their social skills and their ability to learn new skills.
They also tend to be the most sought after breeds for breeding.
A working breed is a breeding stock bred to perform a specific function.
This means that a working breed can be used for specific tasks such as breeding, obedience, or even for entertainment purposes.
A typical working dog will live to be about seven to nine years old, and can weigh from two to about five pounds.
Working horses are usually white, with dark grey or black coloring.
Their coat ranges from light brown to light grey, and they may have a white tip on the muzzle or on the back of their head.
Working animals can also have different body sizes, from one to three pounds.
In some breeds, the color of the hoof can also be different from one animal to another.
They are also sometimes named by different names depending on the breed.
The name workinghorse comes from the working of the horse, and working dog comes from “dog,” which means “horse.”
Working dogs can be white, light grey or dark grey.
There are about 1,500 working breeds in existence.
The first working dog was a Staffordshire bull terrier that was named after a horse, according a National Geographic website.
There have been several other working dogs in the world, including an English bulldog, a Scottish terrier, a Stafford and a Doberman pinscher.
These breeds have all evolved over time.
In 1867, the first working horse was born in China.
Today, working dogs make up about 10 percent of the domestic animal population in the USA.
Working-horse breeds include: working bull terriers, working bulldogs, working shepherds, working hens, working terriers and other working breeds.
The American Kennels Club has a working-horse page on its website, with information about the history and welfare of working-house dogs.