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Alphabetical Listing of Breeds of Dogs by AlansFactoryOutlet.com

Dogs are man’s best friend, but with more than 200 recognized dog breeds in the world, it can be useful to have a starting point about all of the different types of dogs that are out there. This is beneficial when one first starts to visit local breeders or the local animal shelter in order to find the right dog that one can have a lifetime of fulfilling companionship with. Canine personalities can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as health and upbringing, so it’s important to keep that in mind and learn everything possible about the prospective pet before adopting.

BreedBreed GroupAdult SizePossible Health Problems
Airedale TerrierTerrier40-60 pounds, 22-23 inchesHip dysplasia
Afghan HoundHound60 pounds, 27 inches (male); 50 pounds, 25 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, cataracts, paralysis
AkitaWorking75-100 pounds, 26-28 inches (male) 24-26 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, bad knees, popping hocks, thyroid problems, progressive retinal atrophy
Alaskan MalamuteWorking75-85 pounds, 23-25 inchesHip dysplasia, skin disorders, thyroid problems, dwarfism in the legs
Australian Cattle DogHerding30-50 pounds, 18-20 inches (male), 17-19 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, congenital deafness
Australian ShepherdHerding45-65 pounds; 20-23 inches (male) or 18-21 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts, deafness, sunburn in those with red and red merle coats
Bassett HoundHound40-45 pounds, 14 inchesEar infections, glaucoma, bloat, spinal disc problems, eyelid problems
BeagleHound15-25 pounds, up to 15 inchesHeart disease, epilepsy, skin conditions, spinal disc problems, bleeding disorders, glaucoma, cataracts
Belgian MalinoisHerding55-70 pounds; 24-26 inches (male) or 22-24 inches (female)Hip dysplasia
Bernese Mountain DogWorking80-110 pounds; 24.5-27.5 inches (male) or 22.5-25.5 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, eyelid problems, elbow dysplasia, bloat, cancer
Bichon FriseNon-Sporting14-20 pounds, 9-12 inchesCorneal/retinal disorders, skin conditions, ear infections, cataracts
BloodhoundHound80-110 pounds; 25-27 inches (male) or 23-25 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, eyelid problems, bloat
Border CollieHerding30-45 pounds, 17-18 inchesHip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, epilepsy, congenital deafness
Boston TerrierNon-Sporting15-25 pounds, 15-16 inchesRespiratory difficulties, heatstroke, eye infections/lacerations, eyelid abnormalities, cataracts
BoxerWorking55-70 pounds; 22.5-25 inches (male) or 21-23.5 inches (female)Corneal ulcers, bloat, tumors, digestive problems, heart disease
BrittanySporting30-40 pounds, 17.5-20.5 inchesGlaucoma, spinal paralysis
BulldogNon-Sporting40-50 pounds, 14-16 inchesCongenital heart disease, heart attack, collapsed nostrils, heatstroke, respiratory difficulties, eyelid abnormalities, skin conditions
BullmastiffWorking110-130 pounds, 25-27 inches (male); 100-120 pounds, 24-26 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, eyelid problems, bloat, tumors
Bull TerrierTerrier45-55 pounds, 19-21 inchesPatella problems, skin problems, deafness
Cairn TerrierTerrier13-14 pounds, 9.5-10 inchesSkin allergies
Canaan DogHerding35-55 pounds, 19-24 inchesHypothyroidism, epilepsy, progressive retinal atrophy, cryptorchidism, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, luxating patella, osteochondritis dissecans
Cavalier King Charles SpanielToy13-18 pounds, 12-13 inchesHeart disease, slipped stifle, hip dysplasia, eye problems
Chesapeake Bay RetrieverSporting65-80 pounds, 23-26 inches (male); 55-70 pounds, 21-24 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy
ChihuahuaToyLess than 6 pounds, 5 inchesSlipped stifle, fractures, jawbone disorder, rheumatism, eye problems, heart disease, tooth and gum weakness
Chinese Shar-PeiNon-Sporting40-55 pounds, 18-20 inchesHip dysplasia, eyelid abnormalities, skin conditions
Cocker SpanielSporting24-28 pounds; 14.5-15.5 inches (male) or 13.5-14.5 inches (female)Progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts, patellar luxation, glaucoma
CollieHerding60-75 pounds, 24-26 inches (male); 50-65 pounds, 22-24 inches (female)Progressive retinal atrophy, skin conditions, congenital deafness, crusty nose
DachshundHound18-20 pounds, 9 inchesSkin conditions, heart disease, spinal disc problems, diabetes, urinary stones, eye disorders
DalmatianNon-Sporting45-55 pounds, 19-23 inchesHip dysplasia, inherited deafness, skin conditions, urinary stones
Doberman PinscherWorking55-75 pounds; 26-28 inches (male) or 24-26 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, heart disease, immune disorders
English Cocker SpanielSporting28-34 pounds, 16-17 inches (male); 26-32 pounds, 15-16 inches (female)Progressive retinal atrophy, eye abnormalities, ear infections
English Springer SpanielSporting45-55 pounds, 19-20 inchesHip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, eye abnormalities, ear infections, skin conditions
French BulldogNon-Sporting18-28 pounds, 12 inchesEye lacerations, respiratory difficulties, heatstroke
German ShepherdHerding60-85 pounds; 24-26 inches (male) or 22-24 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, gastric issues, spinal paralysis, skin conditions
Giant SchnauzerWorking65-85 pounds; 25.5-27.5 inches (male) or 23.5-25.5 inches (female)Hip dysplasia
Golden RetrieverSporting65-75 pounds, 23-24 inches (male); 55-65 pounds, 21.5-22.5 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, von Willebrand disease, serious heart problems, cataracts, skin conditions, eye abnormalities, epilepsy
Gordon SetterSporting55-80 pounds, 24-27 inches (male); 45-70 pounds, 23-26 inches (female)Hip dysplasia
Great DaneWorking120-160 pounds, at least 28 inchesHip dysplasia, bloat, bone cancer, heart disease, tumors
Great PyreneesWorking100-125 pounds, 27-32 inches (male); 90-115 pounds, 25-29 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, bloat, eyelid problems
Greater Swiss Mountain DogWorking130 pounds, 26-28 inchesHip dysplasia, bloat
HavaneseToy7-12 pounds, 8-10.5 inchesCataracts, cherry eye, chondrodysplasia, deafness, hip dysplasia, Legg-Perthes disease, liver shunt, patellar luxation
Irish SetterSporting70 pounds, 27 inches (male); 60 pounds, 25 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, bloat, congenital heart disease, skin conditions, epilepsy
Irish WolfhoundHound105-120 pounds, 30-32 inchesHip dysplasia, bloat, bone tumors
Italian GreyhoundHound65-70 pounds (male) or 60-65 pounds (female); 26-28 inchesBloat
Labrador RetrieverSporting60-75 pounds, 22.5-24.5 inches (male); 55-70 pounds, 21.5-23.5 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts, eye abnormalities, bloat
MalteseToyAt least 7 pounds, 6-9 inchesSlipped stifle, eye infections, hypoglycemia, tooth and gum issues
MastiffWorking140-185 pounds, at least 27.5 inchesHip dysplasia, eyelid problems
Miniature Bull TerrierTerrier20-30 pounds, 10-14 inchesDeafness, eye disease
Miniature PinscherToy7-10 pounds, 10-12.5 inchesLegg-Perthes disease, patellar luxation, hypothyroidism, mucopolysaccharidoses, heart defects
Minature SchnauzerTerrier13-17 pounds, 12-14 inchesCataracts, corneal disorders, kidney stones, bleeding disorders, liver disease, heart disease, diabetes, skin conditions, cysts
NewfoundlandWorking100-150 pounds, 26-28 inchesHip dysplasia, eyelid problems, heart disease
Old English SheepdogHerding70-85 pounds; 22 inches or less (males) or 21 inches or less (females)Hip dysplasia, cataracts, auto-immune disorders, skin conditions
PapillonToy6-10 pounds, 8-11 inchesSlipped stifle, fractures
PointerSporting55-75 pounds, 25-28 inches (male); 45-65 pounds, 23-26 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, dwarfism, thyroid problems, skin conditions
PomeranianToy3-7 pounds, 6-7 inchesSlipped stifle, eye infections, collapsed windpipe, heart disease, skin conditions, tooth and gum disorders
Poodle (Standard)Non-Sporting40-60 pounds, at least 15 inchesHip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, epilepsy, thyroid issues, hypoglycemia, bloat, collapsed trachea
Portuguese Water DogWorking42-60 pounds, 20-23 inches (male); 40-50 pounds, 17-21 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy
PugToy14-18 pounds, 10-12 inchesEyeball prolapse, eyelid issues, respiratory difficulties, heart problems
Rhodesian RidgebackHound75 pounds, 25-27 inches (male); 65 pounds, 24-26 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, cysts
RottweilerWorking85-110 pounds; 24-27 inches (male) or 22-25 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, bloat, retinal problems, spinal-cord paralysis
Saint BernardWorkingAt least 27.5 inches (male); at least 25.5 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, bloat, tumors, skin conditions, heart disease, eyelid problems
SamoyedWorking40-70 pounds; 21-23 inches (male) or 19-21 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, glaucoma, retinal detachment, skin conditions
Scottish TerrierTerrier18-22 pounds, 10 inchesLeg cramps, skin problems, jawbone disorders
Shetland SheepdogHerding18-20 pounds, 13-16 inchesProgressive retinal atrophy, heart disease, epilepsy, deafness in blue merles
Shih TzuToy9-18 pounds, 8-11 inchesSlipped stifle, eye lacerations, respiratory difficulties, heatstroke, eyelid abnormalities, gum and tooth problems, ear infections
Siberian HuskyWorking45-60 pounds, 21-23.5 inches (male); 40-50 pounds, 20-22 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts, corneal disorders, thyroid deficiency
Skye TerrierTerrier23-30 pounds, 9.5-10 inchesCancer, autoimmune disease
Soft Coated Wheaten TerrierTerrier30-40 pounds; 18-19 inches (male) or 17-18 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, protein-losing enteropathy, protein-losing nephropathy
Staffordshire TerrierTerrier24-38 pounds, 14-16 inchesCataracts, tumors
VizslaSporting45-60 pounds; 22-24 inches (male) or 21-23 inches (female)Hip dysplasia
WeimaranerSporting55-85 pounds; 25-27 inches (male) or 23-25 inches (female)Hip dysplasia, bloat, bleeding disorders, allergies, cysts, tumors
Welsh CorgiHerding30-38 pounds (male) or 25-34 pounds (female); 10.5-12.5 inchesProgressive retinal atrophy, glaucoma
West Highland White TerrierTerrier13-20 pounds, 10-11 inchesSkin conditions, jawbone calcification, liver disease, Legg-Perthes disease, hernias
WhippetHound18-28 pounds; 19-22 inches (male) or 18-21 inches (female)Chemical sensitivity
Wirehaired Pointing GriffonSporting48-60 pounds; 21.5-23.5 inches (male) or 19.5-21.5 inches (female)Hip dysplasia
Yorkshire TerrierToyLess than 7 pounds, 7-8 inchesSlipped stifle, eye infections, gum and tooth weakness

Whether it will live inside the house, the garage, or in barns or similar residential outbuildings, it’s important that the dog is well cared for. Remember that a dog is a responsibility for life, not just a cute addition to the home and family. By Alan Bernau Jr.

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