The Basenji, Africa's barkless dog, existed in the early days of the Pharaohs, and in fact the breed is older than the Pyramids themselves.
Basset Fauve De Bretagne
The Basset Fauve de Bretagne first appeared in Brittany (France) during the 1800s and was originally used for hunting small game.
The word Basset is French and means "low-set". The first detailed proof of the Basset's existence was in 1585 where they were used as badger dogs.
Just like the world's most well known beagle - Snoopy - this breed is full of character and fun, and are practical in size with an attractively marked coat.
The Bearded Collie has evolved during hundreds of years to perform specialised tasks in the service of man.
The Bedlington Terrier's unique and stunning appearance is quite unlike any of the other terriers in the terrier group. They were named after a village in Northumberland (England) where they were first bred.
Belgian Shepherd Dog
The Belgian Shepherd Dog is unique in the world of dogs as it is the only breed to have four separate varieties.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Ancestors of the Bermese Mountain Dogs were brought into Switzerland more than 2000 years ago by forces of invading Roman soldiers...
Originally from Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, this 'pretty' white dog has been around for centuries and was a particular favourite of the royal families of Belgium and France.
The Bloodhound is an ancient breed, first taken to England from Normandy by William the Conqueror.