Do you like dogs, love them or do not care? Not to worry if you do not belong to any of these categories because I am going to spill so much cuteness on this article that you would immediately want to adopt atleast one of these special creatures as your pet.
Disclaimer- Do not read ahead unless you want to adopt a dog because these utterly cute dogs will make you do that.
It is a small sized dog therefore classed as ‘toy dog’ (So apt for a pet !) This breed of dogs is popular among the royal owners since the 18th century and is very friendly and playful.
Goldens are sweet, loyal, and incredible companion dogs. They are even tempered and calm. They were bred to retrieve ducks and other fowl for hunters, so if you like playing fetch, this is the dog for you.
This is the smallest breed on earth which is extremely affectionate and more than often prefer to lay in their owners lap over playing. They need minimal grooming and love to cover themselves under blankets. (Isn’t that a cute habit already?)
Have you’ve seen these “Dutch spaniels” ever before? You might have . They have little black patches of fur on the tips of their ears giving it a natural earring effect. So cool.
These are an intelligent breed of dogs which are even used by police at places like airports. Still they are friendly and do not bother people with a lot of barking.
The Saint Bernard is a very huge dog which moves really slow because of its size. It is believed that these dogs are so intelligent that they can sense when an avalanche is going to happen. Wonder if they are employed at disaster management units?
The name Chinook means “warm winter winds” in Inuit. It has a double coat which keeps him warm during extreme winters. The Chinook originated in New Hampshire as a drafting and sled-dog racing breed, combining the power of a freighting dog and the speed of lighter racing sled dogs.
These special dogs are very possessive of its owners. They do not like strangers but are very friendly with their owners. With creatures like these, who needs BFFs.
Most comfortable dog ever. This is one of the most ancient of the toy breeds and were bred to be sweet and adoring of their owners. The Greeks even erected tombs for their Maltese dogs, and in Elizabethan times, they were called “The Comforter” because it was believed they could relieve pain and cure illness.
Corgis have a cult-like following mainly due to their playful and sweet personalities. According to Welsh mythology, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi was even the transportation mode of choice for fairies. And not to forget, these were Queen Elizabeth’s favourites.
As the name says, these dogs belong to Norway. Their name literally means puffin dog and were used for hunting of puffins and their eggs.
This dog belongs to a herding breed and was once used primarily by Scottish shepherds, but now mostly a popular family companion.
They basically are natives of Madagascar and have cotton like fur around their body.
This breed was developed in the Swiss Alps. The breed is large and heavy-boned with great physical strength and can perform all kinds of farm duties.
It is a breed of dog with lot of wrinkles and a blue-black tongue. Originally comes from China.
Huskies are good natured dogs who are affectionate with children however they are not considered a great breed for first-time dog owners, since they need a lot of attention, exercise, and are very good as escaping and running away. They are well known for their beauty.
The Stabyhoun belongs to Friesland, in the Netherlands, and are very few in number but they make an excellent hunting and guard dogs, and can easily catch moles and rats. So, a pet who can manage rodent control as well? Wow.
As the name suggests, this dog belongs to Sweden where he is used for herding and guarding of reindeers.
They are sweet and silly in both looks and temperament but are at the same time very stubborn. They are a bit difficult to train but when once trained, they totally devote their loyalty.
I hope you want to owe one of these atleastttt!!!!