Can You Guess All 50 of These Dog Breeds From Just One Image?

By: Shayna
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Can You Guess All 50 of These Dog Breeds From Just One Image?
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About This Quiz

What loves to bark and shower you with love? Dogs, of course! They come in all shapes, sizes, colors and personalities. They can be part of the family and your best friend too. There's a furry friend out there for everyone!

Maybe you’re an expert on small breeds. Can you tell a Corgi from a Pomeranian? Well, for starters, Pomeranians can have lots of fur! Or maybe you’re better with the large breeds. The Bernese Mountain Dog or German Shepherd might be where your expertise lies. You might even be an expert on breeds that belong to certain groups! Did you know that there are seven of them? They include Working, Terrier and Herding groups.

If you’re an expert when it comes to dog breeds, you probably know your stuff when it comes to famous dogs. Who comes to mind when you think of a Great Dane? What about a Border Collie? And what about the Chihuahua? Famous dogs are a great way to learn more about a breed.

Dogs have a way of stealing the hearts of not only their humans, but people around the world as well. If you truly know your stuff when it comes to dogs, this quiz will be a walk in the park for you.

Pug
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Toy Poodle
Shih Tzu
Pug
With their small size and quiet lifestyle, Pugs are good apartment dogs. Although not athletic, they're hardy enough to enjoy a stroll around a country estate or a jaunt through the park.
Silky Terrier

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Poodle
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Maltese
Poodle
Poodles are extremely affectionate and intelligent. With their small size, they usually stay away from roughhousing with other dogs and their owner. They require lots of attention and professional grooming.
Pomeranian
Shih Tzu

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Siberian Husky
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Siberian Husky
The Siberian Husky is a social creature. Whether it's people or dogs, the Siberian wants to be part of a pack and interact. They can live outdoors, but need another dog for a companion and enjoy a romp with their human family.
Brittany
Samoyed
German Shorthair

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Bulldog
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Boston Terrier
Dalmation
Chow Chow
Bulldog
In the 1930s, Bulldogs were taken to heart. This breed personified the courage and determination of the United States Marine Corps and was a favorite of our English allies. Some admirers even joked that Prime Minister Churchill looked a bit like a Bulldog, thus the trendy bully name of Winston.

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Chihuahua
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Chihuahua
Chihuahuas often are saucy and described as terrier-like. They're active and playful, scrambling on furniture and bouncing on cushions. Bold and inquisitive, they can find themselves in trouble if left on their own.
Shih Tzu
Havanese
Maltese

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Yorkshire Terrier
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Poodle
American Eskimo
Yorkshire Terrier
Yorkies are highly trainable and do quite well in obedience. They're a treat to watch in the ring, taking 50 steps to every one taken by the handler.
Pomeranian

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Pit Bull
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Bullmastiff
Great Dane
Welsh Terrier
Pit Bull
Pit Bulls do everything full throttle: play, work, attack. They don't like hot, humid weather. Their powerful jaws tear through through a vinyl toy to kill the squeakie in no time.

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Jack Russel Terrier
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Jack Russell Terrier
The Jack Russell Terrier is active, inquisitive, and cheerful, an irresistible attraction for children. The breed is also assertive, however, and won't tolerate the poking and prodding of an equally active and inquisitive toddler.
Lakeland Terrier
Wire Fox Terrier
Kuvasz

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Boxer
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Doberman Pinscher
Giant Schnauzer
Boxer
Boxers are clean and will even lick themselves like cats. The drooling that is so common with short-faced dogs has been considerably decreased in the Boxer.
Komondor

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Rottweiler
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Rottweiler
The Rottweiler is a highly muscled, powerful animal, once bred to haul loads and to guard and drive livestock to market. Calm and confident, the breed's courage is legendary.
Saint Bernard
Samoyed
Newfoundland

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German Shepherd
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Polish Owczarek Nizinny
Puli
Old English Sheepdog
German Shepherd
Because of the breed's intelligence, nobility, and versatility in various fields of service, the German Shepherd maintains a high position on the most-wanted list. The breed has continued as one of the more popular, longer than any other breed.

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Shar Pei
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Shar-Pei
Some Shar-Pei pups require "tacking" of the wrinkles around the eyes (a couple of temporary stitches to hold the wrinkles in place) until they grow into their skin.
Poodle
Bulldog
Chow Chow

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French Bulldog
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Keeshond
Lhasa Apso
Lowchen
French Bulldog
French Bulldogs are expensive to breed because of difficulties experienced while whelping. Although their purchase price is higher than some more common breeds, Frenchie enthusiasts believe they're worth every penny.

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Beagle
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Bloodhound
Basenji
Beagle
Beagles love other dogs and do well with other household pets. Sometimes raised in packs, Beagles are social creatures, easygoing, and hardy despite their size.
Basset Hound

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English Mastiff
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Portuguese Water Dog
English Mastiff
Mastiffs can be amazingly competent and obedient workers. They're sensitive to body language and often seem to read their owners' minds. Well-behaved Mastiffs thrill and awe patients as therapy dogs, and trained Mastiffs provide good companions for the elderly.
Newfoundland
Rottweiler

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Great Dane
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Dalmation
Great Dane
Great Danes normally are friendly. But when a pet grows to be as big or bigger (and stronger) than the owner, any act of aggression may prove to be dangerous. Owners need to establish leadership from the time the puppy comes home.
Plott Hound
Giant Schnauzer

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Miniature Pinscher
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Papillon
Miniature Pinscher
The Miniature Pinscher is compared to a toddler, always busy and into things that can be harmful. This little dog can squeeze through a tiny opening in a flash!
Chow Chow
Lowchen

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Border Collie
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Keeshond
Border Collie
Border Collies are one of the recognized stars in competitive obedience. Swift, agile, and dependable, they catch on quickly.
Shiba Inu
Schipperke

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St. Bernard
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Greyhound
Harrier
St. Bernard
With a high incidence of hip dysplasia in the breed, choosing a St. Bernard is a real commitment. A crippled Saint is often a dead Saint because of the weight causing pain on the joints. The dog is unable to walk normally, and owners simply can't carry him.
Rhodesian Ridgeback

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Shih Tzu
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Papillon
Shih Tzu
Although Shih Tzus are non-aggressive, they're rarely submissive. They can show stubborn traits, particularly when asked to do something that isn't their idea of a good time. Positive reward training promises the best success.
Pomeranian
Silky Terrier

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American Pit Bull Terrier
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Australian Terrier
Tibetan Terrier
Australian Cattle Dog
American Pit Bull Terrier
American Pit Bull Terriers have a high defense instinct, so screaming or physical punishments have a negative effect. They have minds of their own!

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Doberman Pinscher
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Great Dane
Giant Schnauzer
Doberman Pinscher
A Doberman Pinscher is totally fearless and will take on a foe of any size. Yet he'll back off at a single command, alertly watching every move. This breed often adopts an extended family under its wing - orphaned kittens, other pets, and neighbors.
Bullmastiff

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Old English Sheepdog
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Birad
Canaan Dog
Old English Sheepdog
The Old English Sheepdog looks like a big, lovable, shaggy clown. OES coat care involves six to eight hours per week!
Puli

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English Cocker Spaniel
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Irish Setter
English Cocker Spaniel
Overall, English Cocker Spaniels are a sturdy breed, healthy and resilient. They always greet their owners with delight and abandon, whether they've been gone ten minutes or ten hours.
American Water Spaniel
Clumber Spaniel

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Dachshund
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Bloodhound
Borzoi
Greyhound
Dachshund
Despite their height, Dachshunds are not wimpy pushovers. They're busy little dogs, inquisitive and active, and, toddler-like, they love to help with household chores. The Dachsie is brave and confident.

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Basset Hound
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Basset Hound
Basset Hounds have big feet, trailing ears, and low-slung undersides that pick up dirt and carry it with them. They'll also take a drink and slobber it across the floor. Ears need to be cleaned frequently to avoid infections and eliminate odor.
Basenji
Beagle
Borzoi

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Chow Chow Identify the dog breed in this image.
Chinese Shar-Pei
Bulldog
Finnish Spitz
Chow Chow
Chows used to be hunters, but they're usually chosen only for companion purposes today. Because they're independent and reserved, Chows are good choices for people who like feline attributes. They're quiet, independent, not clingy or hyper, and perfectly willing to take a nap while the owner is busy.

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Bishon Frise
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Boston Terrier
Bichon Frise
Bichons are real people dogs. They enjoy being worked in obedience or performing tricks and showing off whenever they're asked. They're eager to please and crave attention.
Bulldog
Yorkshire Terrier

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Greyhound
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Samoyed
Siberian Husky
Ibizan Hound
Italian Greyhound
Despite their legendary swiftness, Greyhounds love to be couch potatoes and prefer soft bedding to hard floor or cement. They typically live 9 to 14 years.

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Shiba Inu Identify the dog breed in this image.
Keeshond
Lhasa Apso
Shiba Inu
Not a cuddly dog, the Shiba Inu is catlike and aloof with strangers. Shibas keep themselves clean and require little grooming except during the intense shed.
Poodle

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Golden Retriever
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever is a "megadog," with lots of hair, lots of energy, and lots of love. They also require lots of food. Vets say Goldens will eat themselves into blimps. Measured meals rather than self-feeding keeps them trim.
Flat-Coated Retriever
Pointer
Labrador Retriever

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Alaskan Malimute Identify the dog breed in this image.
Anatolian Shepherd Dog
Alaskan Malamute
Food was scarce in the Arctic, and the Alaskan Malamute hasn't yet realized that he doesn't have to protect or steal his dinner. Anything edible left within paw's reach is fair game. Owners need to feed dogs separately to avoid confrontations.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Akita

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Akita
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Akita
Akitas are incredibly devoted dogs. During the 1940s, a statue was erected to an Akita in the Shibuya train station in Tokyo. The inscription reads "Chuken Hachi-Ko," meaning "loyal dog Hachi." For many years after his master had died, Hachi still went to the station every evening to watch for him.
Alaskan Malamute
Anatolian Shepherd Dog
Great Dane

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Pekingese
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Pomeranian
Poodle
Pekingese
The tiniest Pekingese, barely tipping the scales at six pounds or less, are called "sleeves," because that's where their Chinese masters carried them. Bred only for one reason - to charm their owners - Pekes are masters at their job.
Pug

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Australian Cattle Dog
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Old English Sheepdog
Bearded Collie
Australian Shepherd
Australian Cattle Dog
Australian Cattle Dogs are versatile enough to be a companion for everyone in the family and perform whatever activity they want to tackle, whether it's driving cows, jogging, or playing Frisbee in any weather. A handler of range cattle must be tough and courageous!

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
The Pembroke version of the Corgi is a tad smaller, with a bit less length than its Cardigan cousin. Their hair also is a smidge shorter and finer, but shedding is just as profuse. Ears are more upright and pointed. They also have no tail!
Shetland Sheepdog
Border Collie
Belgian Tervuren

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Bull Terrier
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Pharaoh Hound
Field Spaniel
Irish Terrier
Bull Terrier
Bull Terriers like to be up close and personal with their owners, sitting on their lap, riding in the car with them, following them around the house. Their love of people is strong and enthusiastic.

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Irish Wolfhound
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Irish Wolfhound
Irish Wolfhounds have a heart as big as their body. They are the tallest of all dogs, which unfortunately means a short lifespan. They are fairly easygoing and low-key.
Greyhound
Harrier
Ibizan Hound

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Australian Shepherd
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Keeshound
Bearded Collie
Australian Shepherd
The Australian Shepherd will try to herd anything with legs, including kids, adults, and other animals. As long as other animals don't mind being herded or bossed around, Aussies generally mix well with them.
Australian Cattle Dog

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Identify the dog breed in this image.
Brussels Griffon
Affenpinscher
English Toy Spaniel
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
For a long-haired breed, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are easy to care for. Compact enough to ride a city bus or fit under an airplane seat, they're good company for people who like to travel.

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Pomeranian
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Kuvasz
Jack Russell Terrier
Pomeranian
Pomeranians are busy most of the time, whether it's playing among themselves (for owners that have more than one) or following the family to see what's happening. They tend to "talk" a great deal, voicing their opinion about everything.
Yorkshire Terrier

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Maltese
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Maltese
Little dogs like a Maltese have the same number of teeth as giants, and 42 teeth crowded into a tiny mouth equals dental problems! Frequent dental care is necessary for the Maltese breed.
Yorkshire Terrier
Shih Tzu
Toy Manchester Terrier

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Pointer
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Brittany
Pointer
Field Pointers are totally dedicated to hunting and will hunt themselves to death if allowed. They have two passions: birds and food.
Golden Retriever
English Setter

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Papillon
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Miniature Pinscher
Havanese
Papillon
Papillons have exceptional attention spans and like to listen to their owners. When grown they'll watch you for extended periods, as long as you talk to them.
Pug

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Miniature Schnauzer
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Norfolk Terrier
Miniature Schnauzer
Mini Schnauzers are quick to learn and want to please, but they can be stubborn. Lessons need to be upbeat and entertaining to keep their attention.
Dalmatian
Collie

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Shetland Sheepdog
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Puli
Shetland Sheepdog
Despite their gentle nature, many Shetland Sheepdogs are determined herders. Usually they're worked with sheep or fowl. When excited or lonely, they can be barky.
Polish Owczarek Nizinny

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West Highland White Terrier
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Welsh Terrier
Affenpinscher
West Highland White Terrier
A happy-go-lucky dog, the West Highland White Terrier tries to climb to the top of the pack but mixes well with other dogs and household cats. They love digging in the dirt and getting dirty.
Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Labrador Retriever
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Golden Retriever
Labrador Retriever
The Lab's powerful tail, called an "otter tail" because of its tapered shape, propels the dog in water and wags frequently on land. This habit can be damaging to unprotected shins and lethal to nearby knick-knacks. The oily coat sheds water - one good shake and the lab is nearly dry.
English Setter
American Water Spaniel

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Havanese
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Havanese
The Havanese is a charming, open-hearted breed. They're soft-natured, and their feelings can be hurt. Yet, they are courageous and fearless in the face of danger. They're great kid dogs because they adore little people and can play for hours.
English Toy Spaniel
Chinese Crested
Chihuahua

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Lhasa Apso
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Identify the dog breed in this image.
Lowchen
Beauceron
Siberian Husky
Lhasa Apso
Lhasa Apsos can be stubborn but are trainable on their own terms. They are bossy with people and other dogs, but can also be affectionate at times.

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