The Brussels Griffon is not a Yorkshire terrier. The Brussels Griffon, famous for "As Good As It Gets," adores snuggling and cat-style climbing.
Their whiskers help them find vermin. To avoid rats and other small creatures while hunting, their fur would mat together.
Dutch Patriots Party dogs were Keeshonds in the 18th century. Today, they're noted for their "monocle" markings that make them resemble glasses.
Imperial China was serious about Pekingese. The theft was a capital offense. While their past is intense, their experience in Chinese palaces made them lovely lap dogs.
Due to their gradual development, flat-coated retrievers make active pets. If you want a puppy-like dog, this may be it.
Border terriers aren't ideal pets for hamsters or gerbils because they were designed to hunt tiny game.
These canines were raised in South Carolina to accompany hunters on tiny boats while hunting wildlife.
Dogo Argentinos were originally trained to hunt huge creatures, such as pumas, which demanded speed and agility.
In Namibia, as part of the Livestock Guarding Dog Program, some Anatolian shepherd dogs protect sheep.
Inscriptions of Basenji were discovered in the Great Pyramid of Khufu, indicating that these dogs have a lengthy history.