Small but full of affectionate energy, Bichons love spending time with their families and other pets.
Ibizans are smart dogs who do well with children. Just make sure you have a tall fence — this dog can jump up to 6 feet high.
These affectionate, playful German scent hounds were imported into Sweden in the early 1900s to hunt deer and raccoons, among other animals.
Energetic and loving, Dutch Shepherds date back to the 1800s, and they look the same today as they did then.
These cats originated in Montana in 1987 and have unique curly coats.
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Behind the fancy name are large and powerful pets who are not ideal for those who have never had dogs. Learn more in this Dogue de Bordeaux breed profile.
The rarest of the Swiss sennenhunds, the Appenzell Mountain Dog pulls double duty as a herding and guarding dog.
These powerful but friendly Arctic sled dogs are said to have a history dating back thousands of years.
This is a very old breed from Russia that displays dog-like traits, including a penchant for playing fetch.