These dogs work hard and play hard. Alaskan Malamutes are devoted pack animals who seem to always be smiling. Enjoy yourselves! Early, tough training ensures lasting obedience.

Alaskan Malamute

A black button nose and two laughing lips are hidden in an American Eskimo dog's white fur. These brilliant dogs need mental and physical stimulation. Plus, Eskies are easygoing family pets.

American Eskimo Dog

Kelpies, a breed native to Australia, are wonderful pets and companions. Smarties can be any shade from black to tan. Originally developed to herd livestock, they do well in open spaces. The kelpies prefer warm temperatures.

Australian Kelpie

The Belgian sheepdog resembles a larger, luxuriant Kelpie. Both were born to herd sheep. Belgian sheepdogs are more sensitive and need more one-on-one attention. These dogs smile.

Belgian Sheepdog

As small clowns, Bichon Frises should always be smiling. Again, black noses and lips pop against white fur. Small but strong and brilliant. Teach them tricks and you'll always smile.

Bichon Frise

One of the rarer breeds today is the Finnish Spitz. If you're unfamiliar with spitz dogs, we encourage getting to know them. They're lively, sweet, and intelligent.

Finnish Spitz

Friendly and low-prey drive make the German Spitz a good family companion. These foxlike dogs are always curious and have a youthful smile.

German Spitz

Icelandic sheepdogs prefer busy days with their humans. They'll learn tricks and orders in the morning and cuddle at night. Their elderly souls can adjust to any surroundings after more than 1,000 years.

Icelandic Sheepdog

A Japanese Spitz is delighted with her BFF. These dogs like playing and running errands just don't leave them alone for too long. They want in. They have pointy ears, funny smiles, and puppy dog eyes.

Japanese Spitz

Papillons' ears resemble butterfly wings, hence their name. Papillons might fly if they could. Despite their size, they love spreading love and playing with other dogs. Training is easy.


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