Puppys beginning with "G"

Below we list puppy breeds beginning with "G". Click the dog breed or cute puppy picture for more puppy information and our full dog breed review.

Galgo Espanol

The Galgo Español (Spanish Galgo) or Spanish greyhound is an ancient breed of dog, specifically a member of the sighthound family.

German Longhaired Pointer

The GLP should be muscular, elegant, and athletic. Its appearance should reflect its kind, calm temperament.

German Pinscher

The German Pinscher can be a fantastic companion dog. This rare breed is brave, not squeamish, sober, and has good stamina. It is lively but has quite alot of arrogence, the German Pinscher is a great vocal guard dog.

German Shepherd Dog

This popular police and military dog is known for its obedience and loyalty. However German Shepherd Dogs are also beloved family pets the world over, with their high level of intelligence making this large dog breed very trainable.

German Shorthaired Pointer

The German Shorthaired Pointer is one of the most energetic breeds, and is a hunting dog by nature.

Golden Retriever

Whether you are looking for a sporting dog or a family pet, the Golden Retriever ‘s easy trainability and loving nature makes it a great puppy choice!

Gordon Setter

Whether you are in search of a companion dog, obedience competition or show dog, the adaptable Gordon Setter may be right dog breed for you.

Great Dane

The Great Dane is aptly known as the gentle giant of the dog world. With this large dog breed's affectionate and playful nature, it is easy to see why. Great Danes love everyone, especially children, but need companionship and daily exercise.

Great Pyrenee (Pyrenee Mountain Dog)

The Great Pyrenees is a very capable guardian, it is completely devoted to its family, though somewhat wary of strangers both human and canine.

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

The large and sociable Greater Swiss Mountain Dog makes a great family pet, with its pleasant temperament and willingness to please. this giant dog breed gets along with everyone.

Did you know?

People are not actually allergic to dogs. They are allergic to dander, which is really proteins released in the dead skin flakes of dogs. And because all dogs have skin, there is no such thing as a hypo-allergenic dog.

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