Breeds that would make awesome search engines:
Pointers - The name pointer comes from the dog's instinct to point, by stopping and aiming its muzzle towards game. This demonstrates to the hunter the location of his or her quarry and allows them to move into gun range.
Setters - silently searches for game by scent; hunting is done systematically and methodically. When prey is encountered the dog freezes rather than chasing after the game. Setters get their name from their distinctive stance; a sort of crouch or "set" upon finding their quarry
Retrievers - Retrievers were bred primarily to retrieve birds or other prey and return them to the hunter without damage. Although spaniels and some pointing breeds routinely retrieve game, and many retrievers are skilled in finding game, retrievers are distinguished in that non-slip retrieval is their primary function.
Vizlas - natural hunter endowed with an excellent nose and an outstanding trainability
Greyhounds/Lurchers/Sighthounds - their ability to course hares and other small animals using long sight, chase precision, and at top speeds is enough to make any search engine envious
Search Engine Logos:
"Who doesn't love a friendly dog, right? Arfie seems to be everyone's favorite pooch. We think it's because he's so darned fast and right each time, but everyone has their reasons. Arfie's main goal is to please. Because of that, he's super-computer-like in his ability to bring back the best search results in the fastest timeframe possible. Now, if only we could teach him to vacuum and do our taxes." -Dogpile