The American Kennel Club, or AKC, lists 29 separate dogs breeds classified as sheepdogs. The most well-known breeds include border collies, Shetland sheepdogs, German shepherds, standard collies and Australian shepherds.
The Old English Sheepdog Club of America is an organization comprised of breeders who all breed Old English Sheepdogs. The organization does not endorse any breeders, but it does require that all breeders sign the OESCA'...
An American Kennel Club specific list of dog breeds appears on the AKC website. A more comprehensive list of dog breeds appears on the Wikipedia page "List of dog breeds." Both lists include at least one photo of each br...
Both the American Kennel Club (AKC) and the United Kennel Club (UKC) list the breeds recognized by each club in alphabetical order. The Dog Breed Info Center website has an alphabetized list of the breeds recognized by t...
The term "AKC ranking" refers to the American Kennel Club's yearly list of most popular breeds. This list reflects the number of puppies of each breed that are registered each year with the AKC.
Types of sheepdogs include the Belgian, Icelandic, Shetland, Polish Lowland and Old English breeds. Sheepdogs are generally affectionate, intelligent, energetic and loyal to their owners and families. The most common med...
The American Kennel Club (AKC) does not recognize the teacup or mini Boston Terrier as a separate breed. International standards for the breed require a height of 15 to 17 inches and a weight of no more than 25 pounds.