Dog breed with the worst behavior

Soft-coated Wheaten terriers, originally Irish hunting dogs, are described as "an iron fist in a velvet glove" due to their powerful build and soft coat.

Named for a Northern English town, Bedlington terriers have sheep-like appearance and demeanor. They can gallop swiftly due to their thick white coat and body composition.

Due to their multicolored head coverings and white body coats, fox terriers are instantly identifiable. A V-shaped head distinguishes this breed from its wire fox terrier cousins.

The curly coated retriever was originally bred in England for fetching waterfowl.

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The Irish wolfhound is the tallest of all breeds officially recognized by the American Kennel Club, and while they stand 30 inches at a minimum, they are gentle giants. 

Hungary's stunning Kuvasz breed resembles American Labrador and golden retrievers, but has a snow-white coat.

Before arriving in the U.S., the high-energy Australian shepherd had a mysterious origin. This possessive and protective breed needs active training.

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