Please send sites that only offer puppies or dogs for sale to the appropriate location in Regional. Recreation categories are intended for hobbyist interested in their breeds. It is not intended for sales.
Breeders'' sites are only listed in the Breeders category.

Sites which focus on general Akita information should be submitted to the main Akita category.

This is the Red Army's military dog, also known as Russian Black Terrier(KC) and Tchiorny Terrier(FCI).
Please, submit here sites in English language.
Breeders of breeds of dogs in the Working Group.
Recreational categories are intended for the hobbyist with a focus on the breed and showing the animals; on limited occasions litters or puppies may become available and offered to the public. Websites whose primary focus is to sell puppies or dogs will be considered a business. Currently all businesses selling puppies or dogs as companions, pets, or show animals should be listed in Regional under the businesses physical location.
Breed specific clubs for dogs in the Working Group.
Please add your url to the proper sub category or it will be deleted from the directory.
The title must be the name of the kennel.

The description must include what is on the website, such as photographs and profiles of the dogs.

Please submit only web sites that are Newfoundland Dog Breeders. Use brief and concise web site descriptions that summarize what your web site is about. Only one web site submission will be accepted.
Excerpt from the Portuguese Water Dog Club of America website:

In Portugal the Water Dog is known as Cao de Agua. Historical theory finds our Water Dog on the development road from the central Asiatic steppes as early as 700 B.C. to the Iberian Peninsula in the 8th Century; and on to the British coastline as working crew of the ships on the Spanish Armada in 1588.

These seafaring working dogs carried messages between ships and ship to shore, and stood watch in the bow, barking warning of danger in the surrounding fog. In his homeland the working Water Dog thrived as courier between fishing boats. He dove fearlessly into the sea to retrieve broken nets and tackle gone overboard, and was a loyal friend to the fisherman and his family.

Modern marine technology - radar, radio communications and equipment - caused he near extinction of the Portuguese Water Dog. The sturdy, medium-sized, highly intelligent canine was displaced by modern fishing methods.

The breed has been preserved in America through the combined efforts of the 16 people who formed the Portuguese Water Dog Club of America, Inc. In August, 1972. At that time there were less than 25 known Water Dogs throughout the world. The founders and members of the PWDCA united to revive the breed and secure strong, healthy foundation stock.

On June 5, 1981, when the Water Dog was admitted to the American Kennel Club Miscellaneous Class, more than 500 dogs lived in the United States. On January 1, 1984, the Water Dog became eligible to compete in the AKC Working Group.

Submit sites that have general information about the Portuguese Water Dog to this category. Breeders'' sites must go in the PWD/Breeders category, even though many of them offer broad information about the breed. Likewise, please submit sites about organizations to the PWD/Clubs category and about individual pets to PWD/Pets. Thanks!
Breed specific rescue organizations for dogs in the Working Group.
The word Samoyed (Samoyede) was the name of the nomadic tribe inhabiting the vast tundra areas from the eastern shores of the White Sea in Russia to the river stretches of the Ob and Yenisei in Siberia. It was also the name given by the tribe to their land and to the dogs which shared their lives, their work and their homes. To them the Samoyed dog was the shepherd of the reindeer herds, the defender and guard of the household, the occasional sledge dog but, above all, the intimate domestic pet.
Please, submit sites that have general information about the Samoyed breed to this category.
Breeders'' sites must go in the Samoyed/Breeders category.
Sites about organizations must go in Samoyed/Clubs category and that sites that contains individual information of pets to Samoyed/Pets.
A working dog breed whose origins date back thousands of years in eastern Siberia. The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized dog, 35 to 60 pounds (16 to 27 kg) in weight, 20 to 23.5 inches (51 to 60 cm) in height, originally bred by the Chukchi tribes for use as a village dog, herding the reindeer, pulling sledges, and guarding the women and children.
Title: The name of the kennel.

Description: This describes the website and should note such features as pedigrees and photographs. This is not a classified ad for the breeder or the breeder''s dogs.

Sites of breeders of three or more breeds should be submitted to Breeders and Kennels.

Breeder sites that only offer puppies for sale and do not provide any information about the sire or dam should be sent to the appropriate locality in Regional.