Siberian Husky began to attract the interest of professional dog handlers and breeders only at the beginning of the XX century. At home - in the regions of the Far North of Russia - local residents used the ancestors of the husky to move around the tundra, go to remote hunting, and to places of reindeer grazing. At that time, there was no such breed as a husky, and by the thirties of the twentieth century, the breeding of these northern dogs was recognized in Soviet Russia as futile, since they were replaced by technical vehicles in the Far Eastern regions.
Beagles appeared in medieval England. The royal nobility used them to track deer and roe deer and to hunt hares. The history of the origin of beagles is still not fully understood: according to historians, the progenitors of these cute dogs appeared in ancient Rome and from there were brought to England in 1066 during the Norman campaign, where they were interbred with hounds for several centuries.
The birthplace of Labradors is the island of Newfoundland. Exact information about the time of the birth of the breed, or at least about the origin of the name, has not been preserved. The original purpose of the Labrador was in the most diverse assistance to fishermen. These dogs were used both for catching weakened fish and for pulling boats onto land. At the beginning of the 19th century, the first Labradors came to England, where local breeders liked it.