A breed group is a categorization of related breeds of animal by an overseer organization, used to organize the showing of animals. In dogs, kennel clubs define the Breed Groups and decide which dog breeds are to be included in each breed group. The Fédération Cynologique Internationale breed groups are used to organize dogs for international competition. Breed groups often have the names of, and are loosely based on, ancestral dog types of modern dog breeds. The mission of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale is to enable dogs in its 84 member countries to compete together by establishing common nomenclature and ensuring that pedigrees are mutually recognized in all the member countries. To achieve this goal internationally, dog breeds are organized in ten groups, each with subsections according to breed type and origin. Group 1 - Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs) Group 2 Pinscher and Schnauzer - Molossoid Breeds - Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs Section 1: Pinscher and Schnauzer type Section 3: Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs Group 3 Terriers Section 1: Large and medium-sized Terriers Section 2: Small-sized Terriers Section 3: Bull type Terriers Section 4: Toy Terriers Group 4 Dachshunds Group 5 Spitz and Primitive types Section 1: Nordic Sledge Dogs Section 2: Nordic Hunting Dogs Section 3: Nordic Watchdogs and Herders Section 4: European Spitz Section 5: Asian Spitz and related breeds Section 6: Primitive type Section 7: Primitive type - Hunting Dogs Section 8: Primitive type Hunting Dogs with a ridge on the back Group 6 Scenthounds and Related Breeds Section 1: Scenthounds Section 2: Leash (scent) Hounds Section 3: Related breeds (Dalmatian and Rhodesian Ridgeback) Group 7 Pointing Dogs Section 1: Continental Pointing Dogs Section 2: British and Irish Pointers and Setters Group 8 Retrievers - Flushing Dogs - Water Dogs Section 1: Retrievers Section 2: Flushing Dogs Section 3: Water Dogs Group 9 Companion and Toy Dogs Section 1: Bichons and related breeds Section 2: Poodle Section 3: Small Belgian Dogs Section 4: Hairless Dogs Section 5: Tibetan breeds Section 6: Chihuahueñ o Section 7: English Toy Spaniels Section 8: Japan Chin and Pekingese Section 9: Continental Toy Spaniel Section 10: Kromfohrländer Section 11: Small Molossian type Dogs Group 10 Sighthounds Section 1: Long-haired or fringed Sighthounds Section 2: Rough-haired Sighthounds Section 3: Short-haired Sighthounds The Kennel Club in the United Kingdom is the original and oldest kennel club; it is not a member of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale. For The Kennel Club, dogs are placed in the following groups: Gundog Group Hound Group Pastoral Group Terrier Group Toy Group Working Group Utility GroupWorking refers to dogs that work directly for people, such as police dogs, search and rescue dogs, etc. It does not imply that other types of dogs do not work. Dogs that work with livestock are in the Pastoral Group.
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