This Peruvian hound is equipped for the hunt with superior speed, agility, and intelligence.
The Inca orchid, however, stands out due to its unique lack of a coat. These canines are available in a hairless version.
They're unlike anything else out there; oddly beautiful, like a Sphynx cat.
They're savvy, laid-back, and wonderful with young people. The Russian tsvetnaya bolonka's popularity skyrocketed in the 1960s.
Nikita Khrushchev lifted bans on breeding small dogs, yet the breed's roots go back to the 18th century. They have long, wavy hair
These fluffy white canines weigh between 5 and 10 pounds. These bite-sized meatballs have their roots in Italy all the way .
They have always been well-liked, but their Renaissance heyday saw them at their peak popularity.