These cheerful companion dogs were bred in Cuba. Loyal buddies, they don't leave their adopted families' sides. These pups can get separation anxiety if left alone too long.
Husky's wolf-like appearance makes others swoon for wild and furry things. This enormous furball loves the snow and cooler weather. It's another dog with an expressive face and vocalisations some say are communicating.
A papillon packs a lot into a small frame. Its butterfly ears make it look like it can fly. The dog's feathery coat completes his refined toy-dog look.
Cairn terriers are like "Wizard of OzToto. "'s These cheerful tiny canines have a cocked-head appearance, a rapid lick to the face, and a tongue-hanging smile.
Golden retrievers have a soft heart and a gentle demeanour. They consistently rank among the best American breeds. Both as puppies and as grown ups, they'll steal your heart.
Popular Dachshunds. Cute legs and bodies. Doxies are the best home alarms. Their barks warn about 50-foot-away people. This smart, active dog needs mental and physical activity.
Dalmatians are sociable canines with a high energy level. It will happily accompany you on runs, collect dropped objects, play hide-and-seek, and sleep contentedly at your feet.
Raccoons and Eskies get along well. They were used as circus dogs in the late 19th and early 20th century. Their innocent demeanour and gleeful smiles are irresistible.
Boston terriers have huge ears like Frenchies. They're a fun-loving, enthusiastic breed. Their tuxedo-like markings make them the "American gentleman"