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Dog Breed Picture Quiz

Name the dog breeds in the pictures below.
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Last updated: April 16, 2018
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First submittedJanuary 13, 2013
Times taken159,573
Average score72.2%
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Basset Hound
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Level 28
Mar 31, 2017
100% in 3:10
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Level 49
Sep 25, 2020
100% with 4:10 left to spare!
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Level 79
Mar 31, 2017
Ha! I knew it was something Australian. Just not a shepherd.
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Level 66
May 16, 2017
Ditto.
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Level 76
May 16, 2017
I tried Australian shepherd, Australian collie, and Catahoula, knowing none were correct. The name was just out of reach.
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Level 56
May 17, 2017
ugh I tried Australian sheepdog, wrong farm animal
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Level 8
Nov 23, 2017
I have an Australian cattle dog so I knew
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Level 49
Dec 8, 2021
i call em blue heilers or whatever it is, i didnt know it had another name
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Level 57
Sep 13, 2017
Kept thinking, Australian sheep dog....I even tried Mad Max dog LOL.
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Level 62
Dec 21, 2017
I tried Australian Cattle and figured they wouldn't require dog so I missed this one!
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
in my language it is australian shepherd, just like german shepherd.. try so many spellings of shepherd... so indeed finally also tried australian collie..
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Level 74
Jun 6, 2020
Australian Sheepdog is a completely different breed to Australian Cattle Dog - in fact the Australian Shepherd is really a US breed and has precious little to do with Australia... If you want a sheep dog in Australia you'd have a Kelpie - which also isn't the same as an Australian Cattle Dog. In fact if you let a Cattle Dog anywhere near sheep Down Under chances are you'd just end up with a lot of dead sheep.
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Level 83
Apr 8, 2017
Missed five. Was never good at identifying types of dogs, trees, flowers...
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Level 73
Apr 14, 2017
I tried everything for the Australian Cattle Dog - Australian Wolf Hound/Australian Sheep Dog - so close...
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Level 73
Oct 12, 2018
And one year later, I tried almost the exact same things and STILL couldn't get it.
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Level 61
Mar 21, 2019
we call them Blue Heelers and that works...
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Level 38
Apr 18, 2017
"Doge" works haha.
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Level 82
May 16, 2017
I entered it without thinking. Actually laughed out loud.
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Level 93
Jun 30, 2017
Me too!
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Level 55
May 16, 2017
That was the first thing I tried, just to see if it works. :D
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Level 28
Jun 10, 2019
I could not think of the shina Inu to save my life, even though I got all the rest. If I hadn’t tried Doge on a lark my perfect score would be out the window. So awesome.
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Level 73
Nov 4, 2021
Such answer! Much correct!
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Level 40
Apr 13, 2022
Yes. Free answer!
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Level 71
May 16, 2017
I kept thinking, "That's that cattle dog from Australia." Sheesh!
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Level 48
May 16, 2017
So far so good; no one asking for lenient spelling for dachshunds.
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Level 74
May 16, 2017
That's because everyone is using sausage or weiner! Which are acceptable type-ins.
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Level 36
May 16, 2017
I would prefer Just to spell Dachshunds. Not that I have two or anything...
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
not teckel unfortunately (did get daschhund after a long think,easier for me than weener, wouldnt know if it was weener wiener weiner weenie weinie wienie wieny etc and dog hund or hound...)
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Level 59
May 16, 2017
Arghh! The inconsistencies of what's accepted as allowable answers! Collie is accepted (even though it's a rough collie) but spaniel is not accepted, it has to be exact type of spaniel.
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Level 91
May 16, 2017
It's not inconsistent at all. Collie is the breed, rough indicates a variation of that breed, the other being Smooth Collie, where as cocker spaniel is a breed unto itself. Spaniel is like saying hound should take care of bloodhound and basset hound. There are 3 variations of cocker recognized by the AKC (parti, ASCOB, and black), while there are 12 breeds with the name spaniel in them.
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Level 71
Sep 13, 2017
Lots of dogs are 'Collie' dogs, Border Collie, farm collie, bearded collie etc etc. I think Spaniel should be given also.
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Level 46
May 16, 2017
32% for Shiba Inu. Such disappoint. Many sad.
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Level 36
May 16, 2017
I thought it was an Akita. Sorry. I never knew anyone who had a Shiba Inu.
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Level 48
May 17, 2017
Please accept a lol from me, sir.
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Level 91
Dec 6, 2017
inu is just japanese for dog, it should accept shiba.
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Level 76
Nov 4, 2021
And 'hund' is German for 'dog', but 'dachs' wouldn't be right on and an English language quiz.
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Level 43
Nov 4, 2021
No "dachs" wouldn't be right, but Shiba inus are regularly referred to as just a "shiba" in the English language, whereas Dachshund doesn't get called just "dachs"
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Level 67
May 16, 2017
11/18... not too bad for a cat person, right?
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Level 48
May 17, 2017
Please add Labrador.
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Level 67
Jun 8, 2017
+1 for best dog
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Level 22
Jan 12, 2018
+1
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
this isnt a geography quiz... ;)
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Level 86
May 31, 2017
Apperantly Dodge and Lassie are not right :(
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Level 47
Jun 21, 2017
I couldn't spell Bichon Frise. I typed Bijon.
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Level 61
Jun 12, 2018
Me too. Like dijon mustard.
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Level 14
Aug 18, 2017
Probably wouldn't have known Bichon Frise if one of my friends hadn't happened to have one. Recognized the breed immediately.
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Level 4
Oct 7, 2017
Shouldn't Queensland Heeler be acceptable for Australian Cattle Dog?
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Level 62
Nov 23, 2017
If you are going to call it an "Australian Cattle Dog" instead of a Blue Heeler, you may as well call the Husky a "North American Icebound Dog"
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Level 71
Nov 23, 2017
Called a 'Blue Heeler' here in Australia.
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
yea when australian shepherd didnt work, I tried stuff with blue, cause that info was somewhere in my mind. Also the heeler bit. but thought that was more a nicname, or generalisation for dogs than tend to nip at the heels (for herding purposes)
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Level 56
Oct 11, 2018
Huskies are Siberian, not North American. Malamutes are North American.
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
though your comment is flawed imo. Blue heeler is as much descriptive as australian cattle dog.
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Level 46
Jan 13, 2018
Why is 'rat' not accepted for chihuahua?
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Level 83
Apr 18, 2018
Chihuahuas have sharper teeth!
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
correction, that would be trembling rat then
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Level 53
Jan 18, 2018
I love that "doge" is accepted for Shiba Inu.
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Level 66
Jan 18, 2018
I love how you added doge for the shiba inu
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Level 76
Apr 29, 2018
Never heard of a Rough Collie. The chap in the picture actually looks very civilised. Not rough at all.
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
he combed his hair for the picture, he is kind of vain like that..
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Level 1
May 18, 2018
very good i liked it
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Level 4
May 18, 2018
i got all of them right i love dogs i watch to cute if y'all know what that show is and it tells you what type of dog they are and FYI its so cuuuuuuuuuuuute
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Level 61
Oct 11, 2018
I think people have a general lack of knowledge of Australian Cattle Dogs. When I first got mine, people had no idea what breed he was. In fact, neither did I until we got him. Best dog I've ever had, though.
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Level 71
Nov 25, 2019
They are wonderful dogs, the most friendly and loyal dog you could have.
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Level 73
Oct 11, 2018
Gah, completely blanked on the chow chow. All I could think of was malamute, for some reason. Which is... definitely incorrect.
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Level 58
Oct 11, 2018
Did anyone else try typing 'Lassie' in several times for the collie?
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Level 59
Oct 20, 2018
Got them all really quickly, but I work with dogs so I should do!
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Level 27
Nov 12, 2018
Anybody type in doge?

(I did and it was correct!!!!!)

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Level 66
Dec 14, 2018
anyone else thought maltese for the bizon freeze?
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Level 77
Mar 18, 2019
Gah... forgot pug
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Level 77
Mar 18, 2019
Please unaccept 'doge'
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Level 73
May 18, 2019
I've never heard of a Shiba Inu before, but I think I want one now. So cute!
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Level 71
Nov 25, 2019
face very like a corgi I think.
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Level 18
Feb 18, 2020
did it with 3.01 remaining
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Level 19
Mar 5, 2020
did it with 3:24 remaining
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Level 57
May 1, 2020
Can you please accept 'Vodafone dog' for Pug
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Level 43
May 21, 2020
got all of them besides the australian cattle dog, that was a tough one
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Level 28
Jul 16, 2020
can you please accept "spaniel" for cocker spaniel?
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Level 51
Jul 21, 2020
I don't think so. Many other dog breed names end with spaniel (King Charles Spaniel, English Springer Spaniel, French Spaniel , Russian Spaniel etc.)
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Level 64
Oct 22, 2020
Why is there no Golden Retriever? I love my furry friend!
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Level 31
Dec 14, 2020
People don't know the Shibe?!
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Level 54
Apr 16, 2021
Shetland sheepdog or "sheltie" is a much more commonly used name than rough collie
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Level 91
Nov 4, 2021
Completely different breeds. Shelties are only half the size of colllies.
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Level 59
Aug 25, 2021
THANK YOU for accepting Weiner Dog
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Level 70
Nov 4, 2021
Can you please accept shibaken.
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Level 68
Nov 4, 2021
I've seen several politicians stumble off a plane on a runway and they all survived.
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Level 66
Nov 4, 2021
Shiba should be accepted as well, if Doge is!
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Level 37
Nov 9, 2021
An easy way to tell if a dog is a chow chow is for the blue tongue
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Level 59
Nov 15, 2021
That forth one is definitely a Yip Yip
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Level 28
Jan 7, 2022
This quiz are so good, and the go are very cute UwU
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Level 40
Apr 13, 2022
Nice how "Doge" is taken as a correct answer.
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Level 24
Jun 24, 2022
so is sausage
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Level 71
Aug 3, 2022
And Weiner and yet it won't take 'Lassie dog'.
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Level 62
Aug 3, 2022
Please accept "Shiba" for "Shiba Inu". Inu just means dog in Japanese and most people just call Shiba Inus "Shiba".
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Level 78
Sep 19, 2022
Those that didn't get the australian cattle I'm sure they don't have little children watching Bluey all day.
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Level 43
Nov 30, 2022
Dangit, I was calling it Austrailian Shepard or Austrailian Sheep Dog, but guessing now i'm not spelling Austrailian right.
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Level 43
Nov 30, 2022
Laughing cause I thought it was named Shiba. And didn't accept it but wrote Doge to be funny and accepted it lol

Should also accept Lassie for the Rough Collie lol

I'm so dumb, I called it a golden doodle, then tried Doodle forgetting its called poodle.

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Level 61
Dec 26, 2022
Can you accept “Spaniel” for “Cocker Spaniel”?