The Dogs ClipArt gallery includes 108 illustrations of domestic dogs, including bulldogs, collies, fox terriers, foxhounds, great danes, greyhounds, mastiffs, pointers, setters, cocker spaniels, St. Bernards, terriers, and others.

An illustration of a dog with an injured front paw.

Injured Dog

An illustration of a dog with an injured front paw.

The mastiff, and large dog of the hounds.

Mastiff

The mastiff, and large dog of the hounds.

A group of dogs characterized by a short nose and the breadth of the head.

Mastiff

A group of dogs characterized by a short nose and the breadth of the head.

"The Mastiff is doubtless an original breed of the British islands, and there it has its completest development." —Goodrich, 1885

Mastiff

"The Mastiff is doubtless an original breed of the British islands, and there it has its completest…

An image of a mastiff and pug, two breeds of dogs.

Mastiff and Pug

An image of a mastiff and pug, two breeds of dogs.

A dog breed native to Spain. "The present beed is a strong and courageous race, of moderate intelligence: they are used as watch-dogs, and are also in request for bull-fights and other Spanish exhibitions." —Goodrich, 1885

Cuban Mastiff

A dog breed native to Spain. "The present beed is a strong and courageous race, of moderate intelligence:…

"The thibet mastiff is of immense size, and of a deep-black color, slightly clouded on the sides, his feet and a place over the eyes being of a tawny hue. He is bred in the table-land of hte Himalayah Mountains bordering on Thibet." —Goodrich, 1885

Thibet Masiff

"The thibet mastiff is of immense size, and of a deep-black color, slightly clouded on the sides, his…

"These animals are of large size, and in almost every part of British America they are valuable and useful. They are remarkably docile and obedient to their masters, servicable in all the fishing countries, and yoked in pairs, draw the tinter's fuel home. They are faithful, good-natured, and ever friendly to man." —Goodrich, 1885

Newfoundland Dog

"These animals are of large size, and in almost every part of British America they are valuable and…

Two dogs, a Newfoundland and a Toy-Terrier.

Newfoundland and Toy-Terrier

Two dogs, a Newfoundland and a Toy-Terrier.

This sign is used to indicate that a dog are permitted nearby.

Dog, Outline

This sign is used to indicate that a dog are permitted nearby.

"The pointer is the off-spring of the fox-hound and spaniel, and presents a remarkable instance of a native instinct directed to the use of man. Nothing can be more admirable than to see a pointer sweep the field in circles, and when detected the game by his strong powers of scent." —Goodrich, 1885

Pointer

"The pointer is the off-spring of the fox-hound and spaniel, and presents a remarkable instance of a…

A class of sporting dogs allied to the true hounds, and remarkable for their habit of pointing with the head toward the game. The habit is instinctive, since it may be noticed in puppies, but it can be improved materially by training.

Pointer

A class of sporting dogs allied to the true hounds, and remarkable for their habit of pointing with…

A hunting dog with a keen sense of smell.

Pointer

A hunting dog with a keen sense of smell.

A young dog; a whelp.

Pup

A young dog; a whelp.

A puppy with his brush and dish.

Puppy

A puppy with his brush and dish.

An illustration of a dog running around a corner and a pan flying in the air.

Running Dog

An illustration of a dog running around a corner and a pan flying in the air.

An illustration of a scared dog.

Scared Dog

An illustration of a scared dog.

"The Schipperke is a small tailless dog, originally bred in Belgium and only later introduced to North America." —Finley, 1917

Schipperke

"The Schipperke is a small tailless dog, originally bred in Belgium and only later introduced to North…

A setter, of which there are three varieties, English, Scotch, and Irish.

Setter

A setter, of which there are three varieties, English, Scotch, and Irish.

A hunting dog including three breeds: English, Gordon, and Irish.

Setter

A hunting dog including three breeds: English, Gordon, and Irish.

An illustration of a Sheep Dog on a hill keeping watch as the sheep pass by.

Sheep Dog

An illustration of a Sheep Dog on a hill keeping watch as the sheep pass by.

This sign is used to indicate that a dog are permitted nearby.

Dog, Silhouette

This sign is used to indicate that a dog are permitted nearby.

An illustration of a severely skinny dog.

Skinny Dog

An illustration of a severely skinny dog.

"The Clumber spaniel, so called from the breed having originated at Clumber, in Nottinghamshire, a seat of the Duke of Newcastle."—Finley, 1917

Clumber Spaniel

"The Clumber spaniel, so called from the breed having originated at Clumber, in Nottinghamshire, a seat…

"The Cocker spaniel is a much smaller breed of spaniel. They hunt nearly mute."—Finley, 1917

Cocker Spaniel

"The Cocker spaniel is a much smaller breed of spaniel. They hunt nearly mute."—Finley, 1917

"The field spaniel, a dog to which very great attention has been paid by breeders and fanciers, who have lengthened its body and shortened its legs at the expense of symmetry."—Finley, 1917

Field Spaniel

"The field spaniel, a dog to which very great attention has been paid by breeders and fanciers, who…

"The Japanese spaniel, sometimes called the 'sleeve dog', is black and white in color; coat massive and very silky; tail tightly curled over its back, with flowering plume; very diminutive, some specimens weighing under four pounds."—Finley, 1917

Japanese Spaniel

"The Japanese spaniel, sometimes called the 'sleeve dog', is black and white in color; coat massive…

"The King Charles spaniel, a breed of toy spaniel. It is black and tan."—Finley, 1917

King Charles Spaniel

"The King Charles spaniel, a breed of toy spaniel. It is black and tan."—Finley, 1917

A huge dog that is peculiar to the Alps.

St. Bernard

A huge dog that is peculiar to the Alps.

A large breed of dog from the Italian and Swiss Alps.

St. Bernard

A large breed of dog from the Italian and Swiss Alps.

"The Staghound is the Scotch deerhound, called also the wolf dog, a breed that is rapidly dying out. These dogs hunt chiefly by sight and are used for stalking deer, for which purpose a cross between the rough Scotch greyhound and colley or the foxhound is also often employed. True staghounds are wiry-coated, shaggy, generally yellowish-gray, but the most valuable are dark iron-gray, with white breast."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Staghound

"The Staghound is the Scotch deerhound, called also the wolf dog, a breed that is rapidly dying out.…

You see this dog dragging along a rope which he holds in his mouth, because he does not have hands (Hooker, 1886)..

Stylized Dog

You see this dog dragging along a rope which he holds in his mouth, because he does not have hands (Hooker,…

A black and tan terrior from Swindon.

Terrier

A black and tan terrior from Swindon.

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Scottish Terrier

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

"The Skye Terrier came originally from the Isle of Skye in Scotland, where it was kept for destroying foxes."—Finley, 1917

Skye Terrier

"The Skye Terrier came originally from the Isle of Skye in Scotland, where it was kept for destroying…

A breed of dog.

Skye Terrier

A breed of dog.

Four dogs standing around, alert.

Dogs

Four dogs standing around, alert.

Two dogs

Dogs

Two dogs

Two dogs

Dogs

Two dogs

Dogs in the waiting room

Dogs

Dogs in the waiting room

Dogs getting a bath

Dogs

Dogs getting a bath

An illustration of two dogs playing.

Two Dogs Playing

An illustration of two dogs playing.

The Foxhound of Great Britain is a dog of notable pedigree. The modern Foxhound is descended from the old southern hound. Foxhounds are traditionally hunting dogs, trained in packs. They vary in size from 22 to 25 inches in height. Although they may not appear to be built for speed, Foxhounds have been known to cover a mile in under two minutes.

Foxhound

The Foxhound of Great Britain is a dog of notable pedigree. The modern Foxhound is descended from the…

The Great Dane is a dog which has at different times been called the 'boar-hound', the 'German Mastiff', and the 'Ulmer dog'. It first began to attract attention about 1870. The grand figure, the bold outlook, and the commanding appearance of the type commended it to certain enthusiasts; and when it was found to be faithful, and intelligent, and of unfailing courage, it soon came into favor. The latest development of the breed is a harlequin-colored or black and white dog, sometimes with a wall eye and mottled nose. The Great Dane stands 34 in. high, and weighs as much as 180 lbs.; though the bitch is considerably smaller and lighter.

Great Dane

The Great Dane is a dog which has at different times been called the 'boar-hound', the 'German Mastiff',…

The Greyhound as a show dog is judged as follows: height and weight, ranging from 23 to 27 in. and from 40 to 70 lbs.; skull rather wide between the ears and flat on the top, with powerful, though not clumsy, jaws, and very strong teeth; eyes dark in color, and full of fire; ears rather small, and fine in texture; neck long and powerful (to enable it to reach the hare) yet graceful looking; chest of fair width, and very deep; body rather long, extremely powerful, especially at the loins, and slightly arched -- the back ribs being short, make the body appear tucked up; shoulders sloping; fore legs set in well under the dog, straight and powerful, with round, compact feet, the knuckles of the toes being well developed; hind quarters very powerful, with muscular thighs and well-bent stifles; tail long, and carried low; colors black, red, fawn, brindled, blue, white, either whole-colored or marked.

Greyhound

The Greyhound as a show dog is judged as follows: height and weight, ranging from 23 to 27 in. and from…

The Fox-terrier is not an old breed, only dating back about a century; but the fox-terrier's cleverness, sharpness, sprightliness, impudence, and pluck endear him wherever he goes. Several special clubs devote their attention to the fostering of this breed in Great Britain and in the United States.

Smooth-coated Fox-terrier

The Fox-terrier is not an old breed, only dating back about a century; but the fox-terrier's cleverness,…

Wolf claws.

Wolf

Wolf claws.

A wolf, Canis lupus.

Wolf

A wolf, Canis lupus.