There is certainly an ideal medium-sized breed for you.
Spaniels are undoubtedly the most popular among medium-sized dogs, such as the English Cocker Spaniel and the American Cocker Spaniel. They are hunting dogs, trained to recover the prey slaughtered by the hunter.
Other very popular medium-sized dogs are Chow Chow and Shar Pei, dogs that work well for guard and sentry.
We put here all medium sized dog breeds, regardless of groups or functions. So, if you need to choose a breed and make a point of size, this guide is perfect for you.
Medium Sized dog breeds
- American Bully
- American Staffordshire
- Australian Cattle Dog (Australian Cattle Dog)
- Basset Hound
- English Bulldog
- Bull Terrier
- Chow Chow
- American Cocker
- English Cocker Spaniel
- Shetland Shepherd
- Pit Bull (American Pit(Bull Terrier)
- Shar Pei
- Staffordshire Bull
- Welsh Corgi Cardigan
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