With their joyful, engaging nature, these dogs enjoy to play and get along with kids and pets. The smooth coat is the most tenacious of the three coat types.
This little English bulldog ancestor has a big personality but needs little activity. Not surprisingly, big-eared dogs are getting more popular, especially in cities.
The national dog of Cuba, these funny and extroverted pups are faithful family pets. While smart and friendly, Havanese are more active than most toy breeds and need regular exercise.
Slim greyhounds have a lengthy history and the same sweetness as bigger greyhounds. Italian greyhounds are ideal cuddlers due to their loyalty and devotion.
These dogs growl at strangers and are vigilant. Independent and headstrong, they're loyal to their families.
These canines are great with kids and seniors because to their German temperament. Mini schnauzers are good watchdogs due to their alertness and protectiveness.
A "big dog in a small package," these terriers work hard and are eager. They're easy to teach and need company, making them wonderful family pets.
These brave dogs don't let their size stop them. Noble, independent, and snobby, they're aloof. They prefer adult company.
This vigilant watchdog won't let anything pass. Though mischievous, they're not nasty. They're good with kids but dislike physical play.
Independence and self-confidence define Scottish terriers. Scotties are one-person dogs and can be cantankerous and dour. Training one can be difficult.
Easy to teach Shelties are kind and ready to please. While shy around strangers, they're terrific with kids.
Shibas, one of Japan's oldest breeds and most popular companion dogs, are alert, lively, and attentive.
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