Australian shepherds may not be the most easy-going of the dogs, but they are an excellent teammate for those looking for a hardworking companion.
Rhodesian Ridgebacks are mellow dogs around humans but are not a force to be reckoned with in the wild.
These pure white fluff balls wear a constant smile for a reason. Bred as sledding dogs, the corners of their mouth turn upward to prevent drool, and subsequently icicles, from forming.
One of Britain's oldest sporting breeds, the Welsh Springer Spaniel has a weatherproof coat that allows them to thrive in all climates. In other words, wherever you go, they'll be right by your side.
Labrador retrievers are recognizably friendly and social dogs. These dogs won't just bond with their owners, but with the entire family and will be loyal to them all.
Shibas are one of the more recent dog breeds to come to the United States. These dogs are among the most popular in their homeland of Japan. Their fur color and aesthetic are similar to a fox