Dog Breeds that Start with B

Published: August 11, 2021
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Here is a list of dog breeds that start with the letter B.


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A Barbet
Barbet

This dog has the nickname ‘Mud dog’ because it likes to play in muddy, swamp-like areas.

A Basenji Dog
Basenji Dog

Alert, affectionate and energetic!

A Bassador
Bassador

This dog is also known as a Bassetdor or a Basset Lab.

A Basset Fauve de Bretagne
Basset Fauve de Bretagne

A friendly and intelligent hunting dog that loves nothing more than to spend time with its owner.

A Basset Hound
Basset Hound

Forget the training when not rewarded!

A Bassetoodle
Bassetoodle

Basset hounds have been around since the 7th century, but the bassetoodle made its first appearance in the 2000s.

A Bavarian Mountain Hound
Bavarian Mountain Hound

Calm, quiet and poised!

A Bea-Tzu
Bea-Tzu

The Bea-Tzu has a fast-growing coat

A Beabull
Beabull

An excellent companion for cats!

A Beagador
Beagador

Beagadors like to dig, so make sure your garden has a good fence around it.

A Beagle
Beagle

Have become popular family pets!

A Beagle Shepherd
Beagle Shepherd

This dog can perform a wide range of exotic and acrobatic tricks that are not expected of a dog this size.

A Beaglier
Beaglier

These dogs have great sniffer abilities

A Beago
Beago

Beagos are good swimmers like their Golden Retriever parent.

A Bearded Collie
Bearded Collie

Weekly brushing is mandatory!

A Beaski
Beaski

Beaskis love to play, so get ready to go on plenty of long walks.

A Beauceron
Beauceron

The Beauceron is named after the place of its origin (Beauce) in France

A Bedlington Terrier
Bedlington Terrier

Highly active and intelligent dogs!

A Belgian Shepherd
Belgian Shepherd

The sheepdog is also known as the Groenendael. All four Belgian varieties have nicknames for Belgian villages.

A Belgian Tervuren
Belgian Tervuren

The first breed to win an AKC Herding Championship.

A Bergamasco
Bergamasco

Bergamascos are excellent problem solvers; they were bred to be independent as they work alongside their nomadic shepherd owners.

A Berger Picard
Berger Picard

Berger means shepherd in French

A Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle

The Bernedoodle was first bred in 2003 to create a dog with a similar temperament to the Bernese Mountain Dog that would have a longer lifespan.

A Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dog

Very loyal, faithful and affectionate!

A Bernese Shepherd
Bernese Shepherd

Bernese shepherds prefer cool climates

A Bichon Frise
Bichon Frise

Gentle mannered, playful and affectionate!

A Bichpoo
Bichpoo

Despite its small size, the alert nature and sharp bark of this canine make it a good watch dog.

A Biewer Terrier
Biewer Terrier

A toy terrier dog and is elegant and tri-colored.

A Black And Tan Coonhound
Black And Tan Coonhound

This dog has its own unique howl.

A Black Russian Terrier
Black Russian Terrier

Confident, calm and highly intelligent!

A Bloodhound
Bloodhound

Affectionate, gentle and even-tempered!

A Blue Lacy Dog
Blue Lacy Dog

Originated in Texas in the mid 1800s!

A Blue Picardy Spaniel
Blue Picardy Spaniel

The Blue Picardy is also known as the Epagneul Bleu de Picardie in French

A Bluetick Coonhound
Bluetick Coonhound

Has an uncanny knack for problem-solving!

A Boggle
Boggle

Boggles at animal rescues are often mistaken for pitbulls because they have a similar facial structure.

A Boglen Terrier
Boglen Terrier

Boglen terriers are also occasionally known as boggles.

A Bolognese Dog
Bolognese Dog

From the northern Italian city of Bologna!

A Borador
Borador

Boradors make excellent police dogs and are used often on search and rescue missions.

A Border Collie
Border Collie

Highly intelligent and alert breed!

A Border Terrier
Border Terrier

Small, rough-coated breed of terrier!

A Bordoodle
Bordoodle

Bordoodles are much quieter than other Doodles and require far less exercise.

A Borkie
Borkie

Most Borkies inherit the signature howl of their Beagle parent.

A Boston Terrier
Boston Terrier

Friendly, lovable and very strong!

A Bouvier Des Flandres
Bouvier Des Flandres

The name Bouvier des Flandres means cowherd of Flanders in French

A Boxachi
Boxachi

A Boxachi’s size can vary, so you won’t know how big they will get unless you adopt an adult. However, 40 pounds is the maximum weight they can reach.

A Boxador
Boxador

Boxadors are extremely smart and catch onto backyard games very quickly!

A Boxer Dog
Boxer Dog

Bright, energetic and playful!

A Boxerdoodle
Boxerdoodle

The Boxerdoodle has a strong hunting dog lineage.

A Boxsky
Boxsky

Boxers were bred to be working war dogs, and their boxsky descendants still love to help out on ranches and other outdoor jobs.

A Boxweiler
Boxweiler

Boxweilers come in a variety of colors, but they usually feature the subtle brindle pattern that their boxer parents are so famous for.

A Boykin Spaniel
Boykin Spaniel

Enthusiastic working dog!

A Braque Francais
Braque Francais

The Braque Francais will not warn you of any potential threats but, instead, will try to befriend the stranger.

A Brazilian Terrier
Brazilian Terrier

Small body and tri-coloured coat!

A Brittany
Brittany

The breed was formerly known as the Brittany spaniel

A Brug
Brug

These small, confident dogs have no fear of approaching much larger dogs.

A Brussels Griffon
Brussels Griffon

The Brussels Griffon prefers to live with another dog so they have a companion to play with.

A Bull and Terrier
Bull and Terrier

Bull and Terriers were explicitly bred for bull-baiting, a savage blood sport where certain dog breeds would attack an angered bull tied to a pole.

A Bull Terrier
Bull Terrier

Needs to be kept active!

A Bulldog
Bulldog

Friendly, loving and docile!

A Bullmastiff
Bullmastiff

Courageous, loyal and calm!

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