working dog

NOUN
  1. any of several breeds of usually large powerful dogs bred to work as draft animals and guard and guide dogs
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  • The Rottweiler is a 'working dog' This is a confident, bold, alert and imposing dog. Recent Activity
  • As a working dog, this breed is always happiest when it is given a job to do.
  • So therefore there is no reason they cant be pets rather than working dogs.
  • He was also a renowned and skilful dog trainer and was never without a good working dog.
  • Some working dogs go to the armed forces or the police, as German Shepherds are one of the largest groups in the home.
  • Again looking back in history, the Celts were good farmers and set great store by their working dogs.
  • The show dog world is renowned for spiteful gossip and an exemption for working dogs has caused a split between owners and breeders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Courses include all of the above plus lessons in grooming cats, toy dogs, nonsporting dogs, herding dogs, sporting dogs, hound dogs, terriers, and working dogs. You’re Certifiable
  • The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association says it is cruel to keep the working dog locked up for eight hours each day.
  • Hunt supporters from the region will be taking dozens of working dogs to protest against the ban outside Parliament.
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