Here are the big dogs, the smaller dogs and the most talked about breeds at the World Dog Championship this week in Munich, Germany.1.
Labrador Retriever: It seems there is a lot of buzz around the breed as it looks to make a comeback after being banned for more than 40 years.
The breed has won three consecutive World Dog Awards, the most recent in 2016.
It was banned in 1972, 1974 and 1975.2.
Golden Retriander: The breed is well-known in Europe and North America for its great speed and agility.
But it has never won a World Dog title, and it was banned from competition in 1972.3.
Dachshund: This breed has been around for about 60 years, but it has not won a title.
It won a silver medal in the 2013 World Dog Show.4.
Schnauzer: This is a German shepherd with a long coat and a straight back.
It is a bit smaller than the Dachschnauzer and is more often seen as a service dog.5.
Labrador retriever: The German shepherd has been a world champion for decades.
It has won gold medals at the European Dog Show and the World Cup of Dogs.6.
Pekingese: This has been an important dog breed for decades, and the Pekinges are the most successful dog in the world.
This breed is one of the fastest, and its size and strength are prized by hunters.7.
Chihuahua: This chihuahuan has a large head, broad shoulders and strong legs.
It weighs about 300 pounds and can be trained to run, jump and swim.8.
Schnitzel: This dog is similar to a poodle in size and shape, and is a fast-paced breed that has been called the “scoop dog”.9.
Schnucks: These German shepherd dogs are smaller and faster than other breeds.
They are great in small groups.10.
Cocker Spaniel: This long-haired dog is popular in China and India.
It can be used as a guard dog or to keep animals away from people.11.
Labrador Terrier: This one has been very popular in Europe, and there are a lot more Cocker Spaniels than dogs of this breed.12.
Poodle: The Poodle is a large dog that is used for walking, walking and chasing.
It comes in two varieties: a short-haired one and a long-hair one.13.
Rottweiler: The Rottwerk is the oldest breed of dog and has been bred to be able to walk, run, chase and jump.
It’s also popular in many countries.14.
Boxer: The boxer is an American-bred breed that is smaller than other types of dogs.
It came from England and is one the fastest breeds in the United States.15.
Chow Chow: This cute dog has been popular for generations and is the most popular dog in Australia.
It also has a very fast running speed and a very strong back.16.
German Shepherd: This giant dog has a long nose and a round face and it has a lot in common with the American Mastiff.
It may not have the speed or agility of the other breeds, but its a big breed with a large population in many European countries.17.
Rodeo Hound: This big dog is known for its ability to walk and run fast, but is not very fast on the ground.
It lives mostly in the deserts and the high desert of North America.18.
Bulldog: This beautiful dog is famous for its agility, speed and its ability for communication.19.
Chinchilla: This poodle is known to be a very intelligent dog, and one of its characteristics is that it loves to play.
It loves to chase other dogs and people and can even go for long distances.20.
Shih Tzu: This large poodle has a strong back and a big head.
This type of dog is very popular with humans because of its agility and good hearing.21.
Pomeranian: This cross between a Pomeraner and a Pekinganer is popular for its speed and speed at running and for chasing.22.
Shiba Inu: This very large breed is considered to be an excellent companion dog.23.
Jack Russell Terrier : This cross is popular because it is very strong and strong at running.
The name comes from the color of its fur.24.
Rhinoceros: The rhinoceros is a species of mountain goat with long, thin, leathery tails and big ears.
It lived in South America for thousands of years.25.
Doberman Pinscher: This great little dog is a favorite of dog walkers.
It runs and plays a lot, and can run fast.
It looks very much like a cross between an English bulldog and a German Shepherd.