The high-energy Australian shepherd has a mysterious origin story before arriving in the U.S. Training this possessive and protective breed demands care and effort.
Middle Eastern salukis resemble greyhounds. The breed is second-fastest globally.
Finnish spitzs, are the loudest, most talkative dogs in the world. While this may bother casual dog lovers, fans take pride in their loudness.
These runners' friends stand directionally, helping hunters find game birds.
The breed was named after 17th-century British rulers Charles I and Charles II, who loved these short, shaggy spaniels with wide, beady eyes.
The breed became famous in the early 1900s for winning sled races.
The Bichon Frise is a puffball with legs due to its petite size, dazzling white coat, and bouncing gait.
With proper early socialization and obedience training, Great Danes make wonderful family pets.