The Airedale, often known as the “King of Terriers,” is the biggest terrier breed. The dog breed originated in Yorkshire’s Aire Valley and was developed to hunt otters and rats in the area between the Aire and Wharfe rivers.
The Afghan Hound epitomizes elegance. This ancient dog breed is unlike any other: it has a dramatic silky coat, an unusual face, and a slender, fashion-model frame. Apart from its appearance, Afghan fans describe this dog as aloof and amusing.
Originally, Affenpinschers were bred to serve as ratters in houses, stables, and businesses. They advanced in the world, becoming ladies’ companions after being bred down in size. They are now cheerful, mischievous companion dogs.
Afador is a hybrid between the Afghan Hound and the Labrador Retriever dog breeds. These puppies are loyal, active, and loving, inheriting some of the finest characteristics from both of their parents.