10 Popular English Dog Breeds

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Bulldog Bulldogs have been around since the 13th century in England.

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Beagle English hunters used large hounds for hunting deer and smaller hounds for chasing rabbits in 1500s England.

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Yorkshire Terrier Yorkshire is the English county where the Yorkshire Terrier is rooted.

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Charles II and King Charles I loved small, black-and-tan spaniels in the 17th Century.

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English Springer Spaniel For centuries, in England, two types could be born out of the same litter: "Cocker", and "springer".

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Bullmastiff In the 1800s, poachers started to target English aristocrats' country estates.

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English Cocker Spaniel English cocker spaniels were first born in the same litter with larger springer spaniels.

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Airedale Terrier Aire Valley, Northern England, is where Airedale terriers' roots can be traced back.

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Whippet In the 1800s, coal miners in England wanted to take part in hunting and dog racing.

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Bull Terrier Bull terriers are descendants of bulldogs.

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