Puppys beginning with "A"
Below we list puppy breeds beginning with "A". Click the dog breed or cute puppy picture for more puppy information and our full dog breed review.
This gorgeous scruffy little dog makes a great house pet. Affenpinscher's originated in Germany, and this toy dog breed's name translates as "Monkey Terrier" which describes this little dog very well!
The Afghan hound was originally a hunting dog in Afghanistan. They must be trained kindly and in a calm and firm manner. The Afghan has been described as "a king of dogs", because it is noble, majestic and elegant.
This dog is a native wild dog of South Africa and is rarely kept as a pet.
The Aidi is a Moroccan dog breed typically used to guard herds of sheep and goats. This dog is also known for its hunting skills and has good scenting ability.
This dog is more popular in Europe than America but is a great family dog no matter where you live.
While the Akita Inu can be reserved around strangers, this affectionate but independent dog is a natural protector of its family.
This rare giant dog breed is highly valued in the East because of its aggressive nature and strong guarding instincts. These characteristics make the Alangu Mastiff difficult to train and unsuitable for inexperienced dog owners.
Since this breed was used for hunting in packs, it is very sociable with other dogs. All large dogs must be well socialized with humans and other animals when young, if they are to be safely kept as pets. Large working dogs such as the Alano Español need regular training and activity for their whole lives.
The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is described as trainable, dutiful, and responsible, with impressive capabilities as a guardian of family and property. It is very protective, but can be loving in the home.
The Alaskan Klee Kai is a highly intelligent, very curious, active, quick and agile little dog that quickly becomes an integral part of any family that chooses to adopt one. Unlike the Siberian Husky whom they resemble, the Alaskan Klee Kai is standoffish and suspicious of strangers. Because of this they do make extremely good watchdogs.
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