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Source: Bergamasco USA
"Sheepdog whose most unique characteristic is its coat, which contains "dog hair," "goat hair" and "wool" combining to form felt-like mats. The mats grow over the course of the dog's life, reaching the ground at approximately 6 years of age."
Source: Quaternion
"A medium-sized, active and athletic herding dog, it is bred to be a working companion. It has a shaggy, wiry topcoat with a short, dense undercoat."
Source: Canine Planet
"A large dog that is strong, confident and muscular with a distinctive, blocky head. It is the most agile of the mastiff-type breeds. It serves as a capable working dog as well as a loyal companion."
Source: 2 Puppies
"Present in Sicily for over 2,500 years, it shares a common origin with the Pharaoh Hound. As a hunter of small mammals and fowl, it is a hardy, compact dog that was successful in hunting under adverse conditions."
Source: Riviera Dogs
"An ancient breed of retrieving water dogs from Italy. It is excellent at for searching for truffles, a job it performs with passion and efficiency. Powerfully built, it has a dense, curly coat of woolly texture."
Source: Wikipedia
"Small herding dog developed in the U.S. It is a highly versatile, energetic dog with superior intelligence and a willingness to please."
Source: Wikipedia
"A rustic, multi-purpose breed, it was developed in Spain many centuries ago for a variety of purposes including herding, hunting, water work and companionship."
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American Kennel Club Introduces Seven New Dog Breeds To The 2015 National Dog Show

Here are the seven breeds the American Kennel Club Registry will be introducing to compete at The National Dog Show Presented by Purina®! The show starts at noon on NBC in all time zones.

Our Bark After Dark crew will be cracking open the wine a little early today and live tweeting the National Dog Show. Follow @BarkPost and #DrunkInShow today and join in the doggy debauchery!

H/t and dog breed descriptions via PR News Wire
Featured image via Greggles