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White Alaskan Husky

The White Alaskan Husky is an unofficial breed, a mixture of different dogs. Their unusual characteristics make them excellent for cold climates. Their sparkling eyes and wolf-like appearance make them resemble Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes, but Alaskan Huskies are a bit taller than their Siberian counterparts.

French Bulldog โ€“ Your Complete Breed Guide To The French Bully

A French Bulldog is a small dog breed with origins in England where English Bulldogs were crossed with French ratter dogs in the 1800s. French Bulldogs also resemble Miniature English Bulldogs but have a more feisty and playful personality. Frenchies thrive in most environments including homes with children since they are an affable dog breed.

Akbash Dog

Akbash dogs are dogs that do not actually herd. While these canines are guarding the livestock theyโ€™re trained to protect, they donโ€™t act like traditional sheepdogs chasing and herding livestock. Instead, Akbash dogs are independent, and their white coat makes it easy for them to camouflage in snowy terrains while guarding their subjects.

21 Fascinating Chinese Dog Breeds: Surprising Origins

Chinese dog breeds includes the Chow Chow, Pekingese, Shar-Pei, and Shih Tzu. Chinese dogs have been bred for a wide variety of purposes, including hunting, herding, watchdogging, and companionship. A number of these breeds have also been popular in other parts of the world, such as the United States.

Johnson American Bulldog โ€“ Your Complete Breed Guide To The Classic American Bulldog

The Johnson American Bulldog originated from theย Old English Bulldog, which was brought to North America by working-class immigrants who wished to see their working dogs help on the farm. Instead of growing concerned about maintaining breed purity or certain genetic traits, early farmers ensured that the dogs were bred with the best working features for all-around farm work.

Hokkaido Dog โ€“ Your Complete Breed Guide To Ainu Dog

Yes, this rare Japanese breed, commonly known as an Ainu dog, possesses innate abilities and qualities that make it a perfect guard dog. The canine is attentive, intelligent, and highly committed to you and your family. Plus, this furry friend can protect you and your loved ones from strangers and wild animals.

Alaskan Husky

When we hear the words โ€œAlaskan Husky,โ€ the first thing we think about is either the Alaskan Malamute or the Siberian Husky. Although many tend to confuse these breeds, we know that Alaskan Huskies are an athletic sled dog breed that is an โ€œimpure breed.โ€ So, your Alaskan Husky doesnโ€™t make it to the Kennel Club list.