Question by Jenks: What dog breeds existed in the 11th century?
From all over the world. Give me a list, and if you’re knowledgeable about such things, perhaps a brief overview of the place of dogs in the 11th century.
Answer by Sniper
There weren’t actual breeds until like the 1800’s when rich and middle class people had too much time on their hands.
Back then, it was more of type. You had hounds for hunting, there were dogs for herding, etc.
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