Working Dogs

Working Dogsare dogs looking for a career that are very intelligent are able to respond to many verbal commands. Another very important and probably one of the most important factors is temperament. A potential guide dog must be very friendly, tempered, calm, adaptable, and able to handle large crowds and noise, and not be affected by all kinds of transportation. Most importantly, a guide dog must learn to be obedient and yet be able to determine when "intelligent disobedience" is needed in order to insure the safety of its master.


  • Man's best friend
  • Herder
  • Guard dog
  • Guide for the blind or hearing impaired
  • Hunter
  • Tracker
  • Police dogs
  • In wartime, a medicine bearer and rescuer of wounded soldiers
  • Space explorer
  • Circus performers
  • Racer
  • Movie star and actor
  • Model
  • Fighter

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