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  1. Developed in Tibet, the Lhasa Apso were regarded as the reincarnations of these men.

    Lamas

  2. Of the two spaniel breeds with the name of this English king, the cavalier is slightly larger.

    King Charles

  3. Komondor and Puli are breeds from this country, home of the Magyars.

    Hungary

  4. German for 'badger dog', though its popularly known with another edible name.

    Dachshund (or) Sausage/Weiner dog

  5. Also known as the Russian wolfhound, the name of this 6-letter breed means 'swift' in Russian.

    Borzoi

  6. The heaviest dog breed.

    Mastiff

  7. Beloved cairn terrier created by L. Frank Baum.

    Toto (from The Wizard of Oz, of course)

  8. Gidget the chihuahua is the advertising mascot of this fast food chain.

    Taco Bell

  9. Photographer William Wegman is best known for shooting this breed.

    Weimaraner

  10. Stout's Pal Pierre, an American eskimo that was the first dog to ever walk a tightrope was part of this famous act.

    Barnum and Bailey circus

  11. Toy, Miniature and Standard are the three varieties of this dog.

    Poodle

  12. Dog that gets its name from its tendency to use its front paws while playing or fighting.

    Boxer

  13. This beloved fictional collie dog character created by Eric Knight in a short story has given birth to a cottage industry of dog films and TV shows.

    Lassie

  14. FDR's dog.

    Fala

  15. Term for toilet training a dog.

    Housebreaking

  16. Bo, a Portuguese water dog is currently owned by this family.

    The Obamas

  17. This type of poodle is a favorite in the circus ring; hair left on the ankles is called Pom-Poms.

    Miniature

  18. The name of this breed of pinscher comes from the German for 'ape terrier.'

    Affenpinscher

  19. The logo for this shoe brand famously features a Basset Hound .

    Hush Puppies

  20. The name of this dog, once classified as the rarest in the world, translates as 'sand skin.'

    Shar Pei

  21. The Rottweiler is a breed that originated in a town of the same name in this country.

    Germany

  22. This 'national' dog was known to the Aztecs who used it as a companion and also used it for ritual sacrifices.

    Mexican hairless

  23. Irish, English and Gordon are the three breeds of this type of dog.

    Setter

  24. Named for its German developer, this breed is often stereotyped as being aggressive.

    Doberman Pinscher

  25. Name of the cocker spaniel made famous by Richard Nixon in a 1952 TV address.

    Checkers

  26. Corgi is the favorite dog of this royal person.

    Queen Elizabeth II

  27. This breed named for a British clergyman was popularly used in fox hunting.

    Jack Russell

  28. Crab, the dog to whom "the most scene-stealing non-speaking role in the canon" has been attributed has a role in this Shakespearean drama.

    The Two Gentlemen of Verona

  29. This sled dog that looks like the Siberian husky is named for the Inuit tribe who developed the breed.

    Malamute

  30. The poodle is most associated with this country where it was standardized.

    France

  31. This Chinese dog breed, named for the country's capital, was protected by royal decree.

    Pekingese

  32. Blondi, an Alsatian was this dictator's dog.

    Hitler

  33. Marmaduke of the cartoons and Scooby-Doo are this breed.

    Great Dane

  34. As declared by Guinness World Records, this contest held every March in Birmingham, England is the largest annual dog show in the world.

    Crufts

  35. This name was given to several German Shepherd dogs in 1920s film and later, television; the first of the line was a shell-shocked pup found in World War I.

    Rin Tin Tin

  36. Named for a region in Central Europe (today part of Germany and Poland), this breed was popularized by Queen Victoria.

    Pomeranian

  37. This smallest recognized dog breed is paradoxically named for the largest state of Mexico.

    Chihuahua

  38. Also known as the St. Hubert hound, this breed is renowned for its sense of smell.

    Bloodhound

  39. Buck is the title character in this immortal Jack London tale.

    The Call of the Wild

  40. African barkless dog.

    Basenji

  41. Named for a group of people in Siberia, this dog is used popularly for sled-pulling.

    Samoyed

  42. The Irish wolfhound has this physical distinction.

    Tallest breed

  43. This dog word is derived from its method of seizing its quarry.

    Pinscher

  44. Balto is a Siberian husky sled dog who led his team on the final leg of the 1925 serum run to Nome, in which diphtheria antitoxin was transported from Anchorage, Alaska to Nenana, Alaska; this run is commemorated by this famous annual race.

    Iditarod

  45. A quiz on dogs cannot be complete if you don't name the first dog in space.

    Laika

  46. This powerful African hound that references the former name of Zimbabwe was originally bred to hunt lions.

    Rhodesian Ridgeback

  47. Famous for having a circled eye that was added on by Hollywood make-up artist Max Factor, this was name of the famous dog character in Hal Roach's Our Gang comedies in the 1920s and 1930s.

    Pete the Pup

  48. The French name of this breed means 'Cow Herder of Flanders.'

    Bouvier des Flandres

  49. A cocker spaniel & a mutt are the title characters in this 1955 animated Disney classic.

    The Lady and the Tramp

  50. Saluki is the royal dog from this country.

    Egypt

  51. Legend has it that this spaniel breed named for a Asian highland used to be given the task of turning prayer wheels, so was called as a Prayer dog.

    Tibetan spaniel

  52. This breed, the national dog of Holland is also called as Wolf Spitz or a Dutch barge dog.

    Keeshond

  53. This 3-letter dog was the official dog of the House of Orange in Holland and the name is also a slang word for a boxer.

    Pug

  54. Alpine rescue breed - enough said.

    Saint Bernard

  55. The name of this breed that comes in standard and miniature versions is from the German for 'snout.'

    Schnauzer

  56. Chinese for 'lion', this once was a pet for the royalty in that country; according to someone in the movie Dumb and Dumber, if you breed it with a bull-dog, you get bullsh**!.

    Shih Tzu

  57. The Akita is a large spitz breed of dog originating from the mountainous regions of this country .

    Japan

  58. King of the Terriers, named for a river in England.

    Airedale

  59. Traditionally used for the retrieval of game birds, particularly quail and woodcock - hence the name.

    Cocker spaniel

  60. The name of this English racing dog that sounds like a hit by the music group Devo.

    Whippet

  61. This hilarious 2000 spoof film that follows five entrants in a prestigious dog show stars Christopher Guest and Eugene Levy.

    Best in Show

  62. Small varieties of Yorkshire terrier, among the smallest ever bred, are marketed with this name.

    Teacups

  63. She wrote the popular 1956 novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians that was later popularized by Disney.

    Dodie Smith

  64. English stubbornness/steadfastness is usually synonymous with this breed of dog.

    Bulldog

  65. Another name for the popular German Shepard.

    Alsatian

  66. Snoopy, Charlie Brown's pet in Peanuts is this breed.

    Beagle

  67. Genetic studies reaffirm that this wild animal is the ancestor of the domestic dog.

    The gray wolf

  68. The Kerry Blue terrier is also known as the Blue terrier of this nationality.

    Irish

  69. Asta, the pet of Nick & Nora Charles in The Thin Man and Snowy in Tintin series are both this breed.

    Fox terrier

  70. The most popular breed of dog by registered ownership in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States (since 1991); named for a peninsula.

    Labrador retriever

  71. Fastest dog.

    Greyhound

  72. This breed named for a region in Croatia serves as a firehouse mascot.

    Dalmatian