Dog Breeds which Start with the Letter “B”

Dog Breeds which Start with the Letter “B”
January 6, 2019

There’s a fair amount of dog breeds which start with the letter “B”, we’ve put together a comprehensive list for you which includes EVERY registered dog breed.

  1. Basenji 

The Congo Terrier dog from Africa which makes the perfect family dog!

  1. Basset Hound 

A short-legged scent hound which was originally bred for hunting hare.

  1. Bavarian Mountain Scent Hound 

A German hunting hound who was tasked with the job to trail wounded game.

  1. Beagle Harrier 

One of the most popular forms of Beagles originating from France.

  1. Bearded Collie 

A shepherd dog which has been used for decades for their lively enthusiasm for herding.

  1. Beauceron 

A rabbit hunting dog which originally comes from the plains of Central France.

  1. Bedlington Terrier 

The distinctive looking breed originates from a town in the UK and was bred to hunt vermin.

  1. Belgian Griffon 

A breed of toy dog which originates from Belgian and can refer to up to three breeds of dog.

  1. Belgian Shepherd Dog 

A medium to large sized shepherd dog which is often used as care dogs.

  1. Bergamasco Shepherd Dog 

The Bergamasco Shepherd Dog is probably the only dog around with dreadlocks!

  1. Berger Picard 

An extremely rare breed of Shepherd dog which almost became extinct after World War 1.

  1. Bernese Mountain Dog 

No prizes for guessing what the Bernese Mountain Dog gets up to or where they came from.

  1. Bichon Frise 

The chosen French toy dog breed for many families.

  1. Billy 

One of the largest scent hounds to come from central western France.

  1. Black and Tan Coonhound 

A US hunting hound with distinctively droopy ears which is primarily used to hunt racoons.

  1. Bloodhound 

Bloodhounds may look a bit sad, but they couldn’t be happier hunting boar and deer.

  1. Blue Gascony Basset 

A short-legged and long-backed scent hound which was first bred in the Middle Ages

  1. Blue Gascony Griffon 

A versatile French hunting hound which can be used to hunt small and large game.

  1. Blue Picardy Spaniel 

A French Breed of Spaniel which has been around since the start of the 20th century.

  1. Bohemian Wire Haired Pointing Griffon 

A medium sized gun dog with a characteristic moustache and beard.

  1. Bolognese 

Potentially the cutest Italian toy dog the world has ever seen.

  1. Border Collie 

One of the most popularly used dogs for herding in the UK.

  1. Border Terrier 

A small rough-coated breed which was bred to hunt vermin and other small game.

  1. Bosnian Shepherd Dog 

A mountain sheep dog originating from Croatia which has been around since the 11th century.

  1. Bosnian Coarse Hair Hound 

Also known as a Barak Hound – a hunting dog originally bred to hunt large game.

  1. Boston Terrier 

The small non-working dog which has been dubbed as “America’s Gentleman”

  1. Bourbonnais Pointing Dog 

A medium-sized gun dog which often comes with a rustic appearance.

  1. Brazilian Terrier 

The Brazilian terrier is one of two of Brazil’s recognised native breeds.

  1. Briard 

An ancient and large breed of herding dog which has been around since the 14th century.

  1. Brittany 

A breed of gun dog which was originally bred for its skills in bird and small game hunting.

  1. Broholmer 

A Danish Mastiff which originates from Denmark and is often used for a guard dog.

  1. Brussels Griffon 

A breed of toy dog which originates from Belgium.

  1. Bull Terrier 

A pointed nose member of the terrier family – also comes in the form of the miniature bull terrier.

  1. Bulldog 

The medium-sized breed which is also known as the British bulldog.

  1. Bull Mastiff 

A large-sized domestic breed of dog often in charge of guarding buildings.

  1. Burgos Pointing Dog 

A Spanish breed of dog often used to hunt small game.