Dog Breed Picture Quiz

Name the dog breeds in the pictures below.
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Last updated: April 16, 2018
First submittedJanuary 13, 2013
Times taken123,828
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Basset Hound
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Level 32
Mar 31, 2017
100% in 3:10
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Level 26
Sep 25, 2020
100% with 4:10 left to spare!
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Level 82
Mar 31, 2017
Ha! I knew it was something Australian. Just not a shepherd.
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Level 65
May 16, 2017
Ditto.
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Level 78
May 16, 2017
I tried Australian shepherd, Australian collie, and Catahoula, knowing none were correct. The name was just out of reach.
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Level 57
May 17, 2017
ugh I tried Australian sheepdog, wrong farm animal
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Level 10
Nov 23, 2017
I have an Australian cattle dog so I knew
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Level 58
Sep 13, 2017
Kept thinking, Australian sheep dog....I even tried Mad Max dog LOL.
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Level 61
Dec 21, 2017
I tried Australian Cattle and figured they wouldn't require dog so I missed this one!
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
in my language it is australian shepherd, just like german shepherd.. try so many spellings of shepherd... so indeed finally also tried australian collie..
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Level 71
Jun 6, 2020
Australian Sheepdog is a completely different breed to Australian Cattle Dog - in fact the Australian Shepherd is really a US breed and has precious little to do with Australia... If you want a sheep dog in Australia you'd have a Kelpie - which also isn't the same as an Australian Cattle Dog. In fact if you let a Cattle Dog anywhere near sheep Down Under chances are you'd just end up with a lot of dead sheep.
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Level 80
Apr 8, 2017
Missed five. Was never good at identifying types of dogs, trees, flowers...
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Level 71
Apr 14, 2017
I tried everything for the Australian Cattle Dog - Australian Wolf Hound/Australian Sheep Dog - so close...
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Level 71
Oct 12, 2018
And one year later, I tried almost the exact same things and STILL couldn't get it.
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Level 65
Mar 21, 2019
we call them Blue Heelers and that works...
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Level 36
Apr 18, 2017
"Doge" works haha.
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Level 79
May 16, 2017
I entered it without thinking. Actually laughed out loud.
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Level 89
Jun 30, 2017
Me too!
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Level 56
May 16, 2017
That was the first thing I tried, just to see if it works. :D
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Level 29
Jun 10, 2019
I could not think of the shina Inu to save my life, even though I got all the rest. If I hadn’t tried Doge on a lark my perfect score would be out the window. So awesome.
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Level 70
May 16, 2017
I kept thinking, "That's that cattle dog from Australia." Sheesh!
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Level 50
May 16, 2017
So far so good; no one asking for lenient spelling for dachshunds.
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Level 69
May 16, 2017
That's because everyone is using sausage or weiner! Which are acceptable type-ins.
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Level 40
May 16, 2017
I would prefer Just to spell Dachshunds. Not that I have two or anything...
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
not teckel unfortunately (did get daschhund after a long think,easier for me than weener, wouldnt know if it was weener wiener weiner weenie weinie wienie wieny etc and dog hund or hound...)
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Level 58
May 16, 2017
Arghh! The inconsistencies of what's accepted as allowable answers! Collie is accepted (even though it's a rough collie) but spaniel is not accepted, it has to be exact type of spaniel.
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Level 85
May 16, 2017
It's not inconsistent at all. Collie is the breed, rough indicates a variation of that breed, the other being Smooth Collie, where as cocker spaniel is a breed unto itself. Spaniel is like saying hound should take care of bloodhound and basset hound. There are 3 variations of cocker recognized by the AKC (parti, ASCOB, and black), while there are 12 breeds with the name spaniel in them.
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Level 70
Sep 13, 2017
Lots of dogs are 'Collie' dogs, Border Collie, farm collie, bearded collie etc etc. I think Spaniel should be given also.
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Level 47
May 16, 2017
32% for Shiba Inu. Such disappoint. Many sad.
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Level 37
May 16, 2017
I thought it was an Akita. Sorry. I never knew anyone who had a Shiba Inu.
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Level 46
May 17, 2017
Please accept a lol from me, sir.
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Level 82
Dec 6, 2017
inu is just japanese for dog, it should accept shiba.
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Level 33
Jun 27, 2020
Just type doge :)
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Level 67
May 16, 2017
11/18... not too bad for a cat person, right?
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Level 46
May 17, 2017
Please add Labrador.
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Level 56
Jun 8, 2017
+1 for best dog
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Level 22
Jan 12, 2018
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
this isnt a geography quiz... ;)
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Level 77
May 31, 2017
Apperantly Dodge and Lassie are not right :(
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Level 49
Jun 21, 2017
I couldn't spell Bichon Frise. I typed Bijon.
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Level 64
Jun 12, 2018
Me too. Like dijon mustard.
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Level 14
Aug 18, 2017
Probably wouldn't have known Bichon Frise if one of my friends hadn't happened to have one. Recognized the breed immediately.
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Level 8
Oct 7, 2017
Shouldn't Queensland Heeler be acceptable for Australian Cattle Dog?
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Level 56
Nov 23, 2017
If you are going to call it an "Australian Cattle Dog" instead of a Blue Heeler, you may as well call the Husky a "North American Icebound Dog"
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Level 70
Nov 23, 2017
Called a 'Blue Heeler' here in Australia.
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
yea when australian shepherd didnt work, I tried stuff with blue, cause that info was somewhere in my mind. Also the heeler bit. but thought that was more a nicname, or generalisation for dogs than tend to nip at the heels (for herding purposes)
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Level 53
Oct 11, 2018
Huskies are Siberian, not North American. Malamutes are North American.
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
though your comment is flawed imo. Blue heeler is as much descriptive as australian cattle dog.
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Level 43
Jan 13, 2018
Why is 'rat' not accepted for chihuahua?
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Level 79
Apr 18, 2018
Chihuahuas have sharper teeth!
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
correction, that would be trembling rat then
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Level 49
Jan 18, 2018
I love that "doge" is accepted for Shiba Inu.
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Level 36
Jan 18, 2018
I love how you added doge for the shiba inu
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Level 72
Apr 29, 2018
Never heard of a Rough Collie. The chap in the picture actually looks very civilised. Not rough at all.
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
he combed his hair for the picture, he is kind of vain like that..
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Level 1
May 18, 2018
very good i liked it
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Level 4
May 18, 2018
i got all of them right i love dogs i watch to cute if y'all know what that show is and it tells you what type of dog they are and FYI its so cuuuuuuuuuuuute
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Level 58
Oct 11, 2018
I think people have a general lack of knowledge of Australian Cattle Dogs. When I first got mine, people had no idea what breed he was. In fact, neither did I until we got him. Best dog I've ever had, though.
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Level 70
Nov 25, 2019
They are wonderful dogs, the most friendly and loyal dog you could have.
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Level 68
Oct 11, 2018
Gah, completely blanked on the chow chow. All I could think of was malamute, for some reason. Which is... definitely incorrect.
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Level 55
Oct 11, 2018
Did anyone else try typing 'Lassie' in several times for the collie?
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Level 54
Oct 20, 2018
Got them all really quickly, but I work with dogs so I should do!
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Level 24
Nov 12, 2018
Anybody type in doge? (I did and it was correct!!!!!)
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Level 67
Dec 14, 2018
anyone else thought maltese for the bizon freeze?
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Level 67
Mar 18, 2019
Gah... forgot pug
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Level 67
Mar 18, 2019
Please unaccept 'doge'
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Level 49
May 4, 2020
"Doge" is a meme for Shiba Inu. I think it should be there.
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Level 70
May 18, 2019
I've never heard of a Shiba Inu before, but I think I want one now. So cute!
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Level 70
Nov 25, 2019
face very like a corgi I think.
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Level 18
Feb 18, 2020
did it with 3.01 remaining
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Level 16
Mar 5, 2020
did it with 3:24 remaining
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Level 49
Apr 4, 2020
Add ducktoller
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Level 56
May 1, 2020
Can you please accept 'Vodafone dog' for Pug
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Level 33
May 21, 2020
got all of them besides the australian cattle dog, that was a tough one
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Level 28
Jul 16, 2020
can you please accept "spaniel" for cocker spaniel?
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Level 49
Jul 21, 2020
I don't think so. Many other dog breed names end with spaniel (King Charles Spaniel, English Springer Spaniel, French Spaniel , Russian Spaniel etc.)
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Level 49
Sep 23, 2020
Add ducktoller.
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Level 37
Oct 22, 2020
Why is there no Golden Retriever? I love my furry friend!