Meet the Tibetan mastiff, a giant and fluffy breed known for its thick double coat, lionlike appearance, and cold weather adaptability. Despite shedding heavily twice a year
The Keeshond: A midsize spitz with a foxy face and plush wooly fur. Originally bred as guard dogs for Dutch barge captains, they are low-maintenance but need regular exercise
Samoyeds: Snow-white sled dogs with adorable features and a stuffed animal look. Their thick coats require regular brushing and they thrive in cold climates.
Newfoundlands: Gentle giants, excellent family dogs bred for water rescue. Powerful swimmers with webbed feet. Heavy shedders, require regular grooming.
Bichon Frise: Small, friendly, and easy to train lap dogs. Perfect for novice owners, great with kids. Daily exercise needed, adaptable to indoor living.
Maltese: Small, white companion dogs. Low shedding, daily grooming. Suitable for apartment living, good with older children. Not for rough play.
Coton de Tulear: Soft-coated, friendly, and trainable. Loves companionship, prone to mischief when alone. Keep active, spend time together.
Chow Chow: Ancient breed from China with bushy coat and blue tongue. Coat maintenance required, prone to skin issues. Needs socialization, guard dog instincts.
"Pomeranians: small spitz with big-dog personalities. Thick coat for cold protection, regular brushing and shedding. Dental care important for toy breeds."
"Belgian Schipperke: small, black fox-like dog. Bred as barge watchdogs, dense coat for protection. Weekly brushing, loves spending time with pawrents."