The Bulldog is a national symbol of England known for its stocky build, wrinkled face and tenacious spirit.
Bred for hunting hares, the friendly Beagle is one of England’s most popular breeds.
Queen Elizabeth's favorite breed, Corgis originated in Wales as hardy herding dogs.
Elegant with feathered coats, English Setters have been prized bird hunting dogs for centuries.
Ideal for flushing birds, this energetic gundog remains one of Britain's best hunting companions.
Massive yet docile, the English Mastiff served as guard dogs and battle dogs dating to Roman times.
Courageous yet affectionate, "Staffies" were bred from bulldogs and terriers in 19th century England.