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How many different dog breeds are there?
Different organizations that govern the recognition of dog breeds disagree about the number of official breeds. The FCI recognizes 360 breeds, so we can assume that there are at least this many dog breeds in existence.
What are the 10 groups of dogs?
The 10 groups are: Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs, other than Swiss Cattle Dogs (this group includes most of the dogs found classified as herding dogs by other kennel clubs). Pinscher and Schnauzer, Molossoid Breeds, Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs and Other Breeds (the Molossian breeds include the dogs known as the mastiffs by most other kennel clubs)
How many dogs does it take to make a dog purebred?
Before the AKC considers a new breed for purebred status, the new breed must have a population of at least 300 to 400 dogs, spanning a minimum of three generations. There must also be a national kennel club devoted to this new breed that includes at least 100 members spread out over no fewer than 20 states.
How many dog breeds are recognized by the FCI?
The number, the dog breeds recognized by the FCI, fluctuates between 390 and 400. The fluctuation results from the fact that new breeds are recognized and some dog breeds are deleted from the list. At the same time, there are dog breeds that receive only provisional and temporary recognition.