How Many Breeds of Dogs Are There?

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We have over 300 individual dog breeds available
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Not counting mixes, there are officially 167 dog breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club.
There are 157 types of dogs breeds.Some purists in the world who look down on types of dogs breed tha have not recognised by Kennel Clubs,they believe only the pedigree types of dogs are the ones to own.
The American Kennel Club recognizes over 150 breeds of dogs, but it is estimated that there are over 400 breeds world wide. Now, mixed breeds, or 'designer dogs' are becoming popular also.
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It is estimated that there are over 400 different breeds of dog in the world, but this doesn't take into account the various mixed breed dogs that are rapidly ...
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