Boston terriers have large ears like Frenchies. They are playful, affectionate, and full of life. They're called the "American gentleman" because of their tuxedo marks, which makes them even cuter.
Maltese are among the oldest dog breeds. Greek, Roman, and Egyptian art and literature depict it. The modern Maltese is cute, sweet, and sociable and loves to cuddle with its owner.
Petrenkod / Getty Images: Samoyed dog in summer garden is humorous. Anyone who loves dogs says, "Aww." at the Samoyed's constant smile.
Bernies (or Berners) are calm and friendly, weighing 80–110 pounds (females are lighter). Their cute puppy eyes make this huge dog feel instantly at ease.
Eskies like attention. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, they performed circus dog stunts for crowds. Their adorable puppy faces with doggy-smiling panting melt hearts instantaneously.
Aussies have lovely blue-eyed faces (occasionally heterochromia). They're smart, playful, and full of energy. Learning skills and entertaining humans is their passion.
In the 1950s, "Lady and the Tramp" popularized cocker spaniels. With long pendulous ears and expressive eyes, they always have a puppy face. These energetic canines like walks,
Dalmatians are active, playful polka-dotted dogs that want to be with you. Always smiling, it will run with you, retrieve, play hide-and-seek, and nap at your feet.
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