The West Highland White Terrier is an iconic and much-loved earthdog that gained worldwide popularity in the early 1900s and has remained a sought-after pet and show dog ever since.
The Sealyham Terrier, an attractive and dynamic dog, is – unjustly – a more obscure breed, so dramatically declined in its British Isles homeland as to be classified as endangered by the U.K. Kennel Club.
The attractive, amiable, and affectionate Tibetan Spaniel is one of several well-known and well-loved small dogs hailing from the highlands of Tibet.
The Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) is an attractive and friendly dog. Learn all about this marvelously smart, loyal, and obedient breed.
The Scottish Terrier, or “Scottie,” with its pin-pricked ears and its distinguished, bearded face has flashed across more than a few silver-screen roles.
A Puli is as head-turning a dog as any, with its unmistakable dreadlocked coat. It backs up that distinctive look with a big personality.
The Kyi-Leo is a fairly uncommon crossbreed originated as the result of a union between two much-loved toy dogs: the Lhasa Apso and the Maltese.
Dogs don’t come much handsomer than the royally ruffed Keeshond, a medium-sized spitz.
The Cesky Terrier is a short-legged, stretched-out, scruffy-faced earthdog with an endearing personality and is quite easy to train.
The Miniature Schnauzer is an alert, handsomely bearded little dog that ranks among the top 20 most popular breeds in the USA.
The endearingly scruffy Norfolk Terrier is lapdog-sized but bold and big-hearted.
Few dogs, large or small, are so striking in appearance (and regal in bearing) as the Pekingese, the “Lion Dog” of China whose aristocratic roots go back thousands of years.