Quiz: Can You Name These 32 Dog Breeds?

Do you often find yourself scrutinizing a dog in the streets to figure out which breed it is? If the answer is yes, then this quiz is totally for you!

We often daydream and make mental notes about which kinds of dogs we would like to adopt first, and which ones would fit in our apartment (gotta keep it real!). Since the list of dog breeds these days seems to be endless, it can sometimes be quite challenging to remember them all!

Challenge your expertise for our furry friends and match the looks of these dogs with their breeds, and learn more about them on the go!

Click to flip the cards and see the answers, then click next button to move through the quiz. Keep track of your answers and let us know what you scored!

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They’re an ancient breed that was treated like royalty.


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This breed originates from the United Kingdom.


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The ancient Chinese originally bred them to guard the royal palace and protect the royal family.


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They were bred to hunt.


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This breed wasn’t always so little. They used to weigh as much as 20 to 30 pounds before being bred down in size by Queen Victoria of England.


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They were among the first police dogs.


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As puppies, this breed has light blue eyes, but as they grow up, the dogs’ eyes turn either amber or a gray-blue color.


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Dog experts widely agree that this breed is capable of learning a staggering number of words and commands and they are the happiest when they are put to work daily. This is why they are also known as intelligent workaholics.


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This dogs coat is insulating and waterproof, protecting the dog both during chilly, wet winters and warm summers


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They are the tallest dog in the world.


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Their name means “brushwood dog.”


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This breed originated in Germany and began to take form in the early 1880s, making it less than 150 years old.


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This breed drools. No we mean it, they really drool a lot. Any owners come will come to them, drool and all!


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Scobby doo is this breed too!


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They’re a good choice breed for people with allergies.


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They were used by fishermen as water rescue dogs.


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In the 1500s, these skilled swimmers helped the sailors of the Spanish Armada by carrying messages between ships.


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They almost became instinct due to Industrialization in the 1800s.


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American ranchers loved this breed because they were great herders, they’ve also become more well known from their appearance at rodeos.


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There are actually two different ear shapes for this breed.


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They peaked in popularity in the 1950’s.


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They are native to Ireland and can perform any farm job.


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This breed dates back to the 1600s!


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They are named after their hunting style.


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This breed was originally bred by the Chukchi Eskimos of northeastern Asia to pull heavy loads long distances across rough terrain in difficult conditions.


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This breed has had many names over the years, one being “Roman ladies’ dog.”


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This breed is best known as a firedog.


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This breed does shed so they need regular grooming to keep their coat in good condition.


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This breed is said to be a direct descendant of the Aftscharka, or Russian herdsman’s dog


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The thick whiskers on this dogs snout actually had an important function. When they matted together, they protected them from being bitten by the vermin they hunted on farms.


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They are the only dog breed native to Cuba.


 

Did you guess these dog breeds correctly? How many of them did you get right? Do you have a favorite kind? Let us know in the comments!

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