The Maltese is known for being affectionate and playful. They are also active indoors and make great family pets.
Historically used for hunting, Plott Hounds make good family pets, but they can be a little noisy.
Bull Terriers are fun, energetic dogs with goofy personalities and an unmistakable appearance. Find out more about this unique breed in our profile.
Once a Komondor accepts you into their inner circle, you’re a friend for life. Read on to learn more about this protective breed.
Meet the Shih Tzu, one small and adorable dog full of affection and fun. Read our breed profile to see if this is the perfect dog for you.
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is a long, stocky dog who looks a little fox-like. Read more about this active dog in our breed profile.
If you’re looking for a large, intelligent dog devoted to their family members, look no further than the Briard.
Most commonly known as guard dogs, Dobermans are energetic and affectionate dogs who make great pets and service animals.
If you want an intelligent, energetic dog with a fun personality, the Australian Cattle Dog may be a great choice — but not if you live in an apartment.
This super smart, active dog breed needs a lot of exercise and loves children.
Saint Bernards are most famously known for search-and-rescue missions in cold mountain settings, but they are also excellent family pets and love children.
The Keeshond is an active and lively dog who is great with children.
Mastiffs, Saint Bernards and Great Pyrenees lead the way as the biggest dog breeds in the world. Check out the full list here.
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance but energetic, family-friendly dog who loves the outdoors, you’ll find it in the Rat Terrier.
Don’t let the aristocratic appearance fool you — Salukis are fast, active dogs and are not for everyone. Read all about this ancient dog breed.