Japanese breeders first developed the small to medium-sized Japanese Spitz in the 1920s. The majority of kennel groups recognize this breed.
The Shiba Inu is a Japanese hunting dog with the face, ears, and legs of a fox. It has a combination of aggressiveness and friendliness, thus it enjoys being around humans.
The Pekingese hails from China and is a little dog with long hair, however, short-haired varieties are also available. Due to its short snout, it does not run much.
The Chow Chow is a huge Chinese dog with a broad cranium and little triangle ears. Its incredibly thick hair gives it the appearance of a big teddy bear.
The Chippiparai is an Indian sighthound. It has extremely long, slender legs designed for speed. It thrives in hunting small wildlife and serves as a police dog frequently.
This is an excellent family pet that appreciates human companionship. It is good for children and other animals, and its short, dense fur is easy to keep.
The Lhasa Apso originates from Tibet, and its name refers to its distinctive facial hair. These dogs are readily recognized due to their long hair.
The Indian Spitz originates in India, where breeders refer to it as a Pomeranian despite the fact that it is unrelated to that breed.
The Shih Tzu is a popular dog in the United States and around the world. It has a playful and affable disposition, but it also enjoys being the center of attention.
The Akita Inu is a huge dog breed from northern Japan that frequently weighs more than 90 pounds. Initially, it hunted elk, wild boar, and bears.