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DOG BREEDS. Original Power Point Created by Teri Mickie Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office June 2002. CLASSIFICATION. Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Carnivora. Family - Canidae Genus - Canis Species - C. familiaria.

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dog breeds

DOG BREEDS

Original Power Point Created by Teri Mickie

Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office

June 2002

classification
CLASSIFICATION

Kingdom - Animalia

Phylum - Chordata

Class - Mammalia

Order - Carnivora

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Family - Canidae

Genus - Canis

Species - C. familiaria

uses for dogs
USES FOR DOGS
  • companionship
  • hunting
  • sporting
  • herding
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protection
  • safety
  • detectives
  • rescuers
  • lab animals
7 groups of dogs
7 GROUPS OF DOGS

1. SPORTING: bred to hunt and retrieve game birds and small animals. They trail the scent in the air

ex: Pointers, Retrievers, Setters

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2. HOUNDS: bred to hunt by traveling the scent that game birds and small animals leave on the ground

ex: Beagles, Bloodhounds, Hounds

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3. WORKING DOGS: bred for herding animals and for guard, guide, or police duty

ex: Shepherds, Dane, Collie

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4. TERRIERS: active small dogs bred to chase small animals from their dens

ex: Bull terrier, Fox terrier

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5. TOY DOGS: bred as pets and companions

ex: Pekinese, Pugs, Spaniel

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6.NONSPORTING: make up a miscellaneous group of dogs bred for purposes not included in the first 5 groups

ex: Boston terriers, Bulldog, Poodle

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7. MISCELLANEOUS: not eligible for American Kennel Club Privileges (AKC)

ex: Australian cattle dog, Border collie

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