What breed of dog starts with SP

Males: 65-75 cm, bitches: 60-70 cm

The Saarloos Wolfhond was not bred for a particular service; he has characteristics that enable him to be a loyal and reliable companion and house dog.

Herding dogs and cattle dogs (except Swiss mountain dogs)

Males: 52 to 57 cm, bitches: 48 to 53 cm

He is a hound for small game hunting, although he does not disdain rummaging for large game, be it wild boar, stag, deer, fox, wolf or bear. The hunter is informed of the course of the hunt and its events by the different sounds: for example about old or fresh tracks, clusters of tracks, tracking loyalty or halali. The Sabueso EspaƱol is the great specialist in hunting the hooked hare and is highly successful on the sweat track (searching for injured big game).

Hounds, sweat dogs and related breeds

Males: 58 to 71 cm, bitches: proportionally smaller

Males: 57 cm, bitches: 53 cm (ideal size; +/- 3 cm)

Sled and companion dog

Spitz and archetypal dogs

Pinscher and Schnauzer - Molosser - Swiss Mountain Dogs and other breeds

46-58 cm; Ideal males: 50 cm, ideal females: 48 cm

Good, very resilient hound, especially for hunting rabbits and foxes. He can also be used as a welding dog. His strong constitution is suitable for hunting in the vast forest areas of the Savetal with a lot of undergrowth.

Hounds, sweat dogs and related breeds

Males: 43 - 50 cm, bitches: 40 - 47 cm

The Dutch Schapendoes is a herd dog that was used to herd flocks of sheep and is still used today. Since the pastures for sheep are mainly in the quiet, lonely areas of the country, it is necessary that the Schapendoes have great endurance, agility and speed. Great jumping ability is necessary as well as intelligence in order to be able to act independently. He must be a herd dog in character, body and soul.

Herding dogs and cattle dogs (except Swiss mountain dogs)

Males: 53-61 cm, ideal height 57 cm, bitches: 49-57 cm, ideal height 53 cm

Loud sniffer dog for hunting rabbits and foxes. They are not pack dogs and do not hunt in pairs. They are never used to hunt deer.

Hounds, sweat dogs and related breeds

Small guard dog, and companion dog.

Herding dogs and cattle dogs (except Swiss mountain dogs)

Pinscher and Schnauzer - Molosser - Swiss Mountain Dogs and other breeds