Welcome to the Who's Ya Doggy? Dog Breed Guide

It appears this is your first visit to our Dog Breed Guide, or perhaps you haven't visited us for some time, so we'd like to welcome you to our site.  We hope you find the guide useful.

To get the most out of the guide we recommend reading the How to Use the Dog Breed Guide page and the Frequently Asked Questions page.  The site is being improved and updated constantly, so frequent users may benefit from visiting these pages from time to time.

We welcome all submissions to the guide.  If you have information on dog breeds we don't have listed or additional information, photos or corrections for breeds already listed, please send it to us using the Submit Breed Information page.

Welcome to the Who's Ya Doggy? Dog Breed Guide

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Frequently Asked Questions

This page contains the answers to common questions about the Who's Ya Doggy? Dog Breed Guide.  If you cannot find the answer to your question here, please contact us.

For instructions on using the guide please visit the How to use the guide page.

Yes!  In fact we love receiving submissions from dog lovers and experts about their favourite breeds.  If you have information about dog breeds we don't have listed or additional information, photos or corrections for breeds already listed, please send it to us using the Submit breed information page.

We are particularly interested in receiving additional quality photos of breeds already listed.

All submissions are reviewed by our dog experts and, if accepted, will be included in the next update of the guide.

Yes.  You are welcome to use links to the guide in all of those ways. 

Not only can you link to the main Dog Breed Guide page, you may also use the Smart Link tool to obtain links to specific breeds or groups of breeds.  To learn more about using the Smart Link tool go to the How to use the guide page.

The dog breed guide is free for everyone to use.  We welcome and appreciate donations and include a small amount of advertising on the site to help keep kibble (or raw meaty bones) in our bowls, so please visit our advertising sponsors if something catches your eye.

Yes!  Please contact us about advertising options, giving an indication of the size of the ad you would like and a link to your web site.

Yes - soon!  We have plans to create an amazing platform for responsible breeders all over the world to showcase their kennels, and for breed clubs to advertise.  You will be able to link directly from a specific dog breed to your own web site!

We are working on it now so please sit, stay, and watch this space!  It’s going to be great!

Yes!  That is, yes please!  We cannot overstate how happy and waggy it makes us to receive donations, small or large, from dog lovers who appreciate the hard work we put into this site.

There's a Donate button towards the top right of most pages on the site, as well as on most pages of the Lost & Found Dogs Online site.  Thank you!  Wag!

From a great many online and print sources, and direct from breed specialists.  It has taken many years to compile and is still being regularly updated.  As a result, we are proud to say that the Who's Ya Doggy? Dog Breed Guide stands out as by far the most comprehensive and user-friendly dog breed guide available anywhere online and, we believe, in print.

They are both part of Who's Ya Doggy?  Lost & Found Dogs Online runs on an older platform, whereas the Dog Breed Guide is newer.  We will be updating Lost & Found Dogs Online in the future and blending it into the new format.

Please contact us and we will be glad to lend a paw in whatever way we can.