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Alphabetical listing of breeds

 

Working Breeds:

 

 

Image of an Akita (Working Group)

Akita

Image of an Alaskan Malamute (Working Group)

 Alaskan Malamute

Anatolian Shepherd image (Working Group)

Anatolian Shepherd

Image of a Bernese Mountain Dog(Working Group)

Bernese Mountain Dog

Photo of a Black Russian Terrier (Working Group)

Black Russian Terrier


 
Image of a Boxer (Working Group)

Boxer

Image of a Bullmastiff (Working Group)

Bullmastiff

Image of a Canaan Dog (Working Group)

Canaan Dog

Canadian Eskimo Dog

Canadian Eskimo Dog

Cane Corso image

Cane Corso


 
Image of a Doberman Pinscher (Working Group)

Doberman Pinscher

Dogue De Bordeaux

Dogue De Bordeaux

Entlebucher Mountain Dog

Image of an Eurasier (Working Group)

Eurasier

Image of a Giant Schnauzer (Working Group)

Giant Schnauzer


 
Image of a Great Dane (Working Group)

Great Dane

Image of a Great Pyrenees (Working Group)

Great Pyrenees

Image of a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog (Working Group)

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Greenland Dog

Hovawart image

Hovawart


 
Image of a Karelian Bear Dog (Working Group)

Karelian Bear Dog

Image of a Komondor (Working Group)

Komondor

Image of Kuvasz

Kuvasz

Image of a Leonberger (Working Group)

Leonberger

Image of a Mastiff (Working Group)

Mastiff


 
Image of a Neapolitan Mastiff (Working Group)

Neapolitan Mastiff

Image of a Newfoundland (Working Group)

Newfoundland

Image of a Portuguese Water Dog (Working Group)

Portuguese Water Dog

Image of a Rottweiler (Working Group)

Rottweiler

Image of a Saint Bernard (Working Group)

Saint Bernard


 
Image of a Samoyed (Working Group)

Samoyed

Image of a Siberian Husky (Working Group)

Siberian Husky

Image of a Standard Schnauzer (Working Group)

Standard Schnauzer

  Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff

 

When you purchase a puppy from a CADF breeder, you are purchasing from a dedicated, conscientious breeder whose priority is to produce healthy specimens of their own breed.


All CADF member breeders have agreed to abide by our Code of Ethics. Our breeders screen their breeding stock for known hereditary problems, specific to their particular breed. This allows you to purchase your puppy with confidence, knowing that your breeder has taken all of the necessary steps to provide you with the healthiest puppy possible.