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KUSA registered dog breeds

 

 

These breeds of dogs can be registered with KUSA. Some of the new designer breeds, which are actually cross breeds (a mixture of breeds) cannot be registered, so they are not listed.

Click on a breed below for more info

Affenpinscher

Afghan Hound

Airedale

Akita

Alabai (Central Asian Shepherd or Ovtcharka)

Alaskan Malamute

Alsatian see German Shepherd.

American bulldog.

American cocker spaniel.

Amstaff (American Staffordshire Terrier).

Anatolian Shepherd Dog (Kangal)

Australian cattle dog

Australian Shepherd Dog

Australian Terrier

Azawakh

Basenji                                          

Basset Hound 

Beagle

Bearded collie

Bedlington terrier

Belgian Griffon (Griffon Bruxellois).

Belgian Shepherd

Bernese Mountain Dog.

Bichon Frisé (pronounced bee-shawn-free-say).

Biewer

Black Russian terrier

Bloodhound

Blue heeler

Boerboel

Boergreyhound (boerwindhond)

Border Collie

Border Terrier

Borzoi

Boston Terrier

Boxer

Bouvier des Flandres (pronounced boo-vee-yay)

Brazilian Pampiano.

Brittany Pointer (or Spaniel)

Bulldog

Bullmastiff

Bull Terrier

Cairn Terrier

Cane Corso

Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Caucasian Shepherd Dog

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Central Asian Shepherd (Alabai)

Chesapeake Bay Retriever.

Chihuahua    (pronounced chiwawa).

Chin - Japanese chin

Chinese crested

Chow chow

Clumber Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel

Collies: Bearded, Border, Rough

Coonhound

Corgis:  Cardigan corgi   Pembroke corgi.

Dachshund   (Sausage dog or worshond).

Dalmatian

Dobermann

Dobermann Pinscher - see minpin

Dogo Argentino

Dogue de Bordeaux

English setter

Flat coated retriever                                  

Fox terrier, smooth  toy   wire haired

French bulldog

French Poodle

German Shepherd Dog  (GSD)

German short haired Pointer

German wire haired pointer

Giant Schnauzer

Golden Retriever

Gordon setter

Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen

Great Dane

Greyhound  

Griffon

Hungarian puli

Hungarian vizsla

Husky, Siberian

Irish setter

Irish terrier

Irish Wolfhound

Italian Greyhound

Jack Russell Terrier

Japanese chin

Kangal (Anatolian Shepherd Dog)

Kerry Blue terrier

King Charles Spaniel (Cavalier)

Labrador

Lhasa Apso

Llewellin setter        

Malamute - Alaskan Malamute   

Maltese

Maltese poodle

Manchester terrier.

Mastiff

Miniature Pinscher (Minpin)

Miniature Poodle

Miniature Schnauzer

Miniature Toy Pom - Pomeranian

Neapolitan Mastiff

Newfoundland

Norfolk Terrier

Old English Sheepdog

Ovtcharka (alabai)

Papillon

Pekingese

Pembroke corgi

Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen PBGV

Pharaoh Hound

Pinscher see minpin

Pitbull

Pointer

Pomeranian

Poodle miniature, standard, toy.

Pug

Puli

Pyrenean Mountain Dog

Pyrenean Sheep dogs

red & white setter, and red setter - see setter

Retriever, flat coated

Retriever, Golden

Retriever, Labrador

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Rottweiler

Rough collie

Saint Bernard

Saluki.

Samoyed

Schipperkes (pron shipperky)

Schnauzer (pronounced sh-now-zer)

Scottish deerhound

Scottish Terrier

Sealyham Terrier

Setter

Shar-pei  (shar-pay) wrinkled puppies!

Shetland Sheepdog

Shiba Inu

Shih Tzu (pronounced sheed zoo)

Siberian Husky

SpanielAmerican cockerCavalier King CharlesClumberCockerSpringer

Spinone

Staffordshire Bull Terrier (Staffie)

Standard poodle

Standard Schnauzer

Toy Fox Terrier

Toy Pom  (Pomeranian)

Toy Poodle

Tibetan Terrier

Vizla

Weimaraner

Welsh Corgi

Welsh Terrier

West Highland White Terrier

Whippet.

White Swiss Shepherd

Wire haired dachshund

Wire haired fox terrier

Wire haired German Pointer

Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie)

Ysterberger mastiff

Can't find the breed you want? Contact Eileen for info on dogs

It's always best to buy dogs from a breeder who has registered puppies available, because they should be able to answer all your questions about the breed. It's fun to trace dogs ancestry, which you can do if the dog is registered. If you buy from a breeder, you can tell what the puppies will look like when grown up, by looking at the parents. 

 

Man has divided dogs into breeds according to their appearance. A Chinese Shar pei must look Chinese. An English bulldog must look English. An Africanis must look African. 

What breed are you? Are you Chinese, English, African, or another breed? 

Well God doesn't care about breeds. To him, all dogs are dogs. A mixed breed is as good as a pedigreed dog,  and all people are equal. The Bible says, "Man looks on the outward appearance, but God looks at the heart."

 1 Samuel chapter 16 verse 7

                                    


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