Samoyed: Siberian breed of royal white spitz utilised for hunting, sled-pulling, and herding. All year round, a thick, fluffy coat sheds. Curls over the back, tail.
Maltese, the smallest white dog breed. 4–7 pounds and 10 inches tall. Regular grooming is required for a long, smooth coat. Eyes, nose, and top knot are all black buttons.
Scottish, double-coated, robust, and energetic, the West Highland white terrier was originally developed for hunting. A groomer should be seen every week to brush the coat.
A pure white dog breed that comes in regular, miniature, and toy sizes is called the American Eskimo. It has a fluffy coat, black eyes, and a black nose. It is clever. In the 1900s, it performed as a circus dog.
A fluffy, spherical dog from France known as a bichon frise is most likely a poodle or spaniel mix. Being active, they require grooming to prevent matting.
Largest white breed, gentle giants >100 lbs, double coat white fur: Great Pyrenees. called after the Pyrenees border and originated in Central Asia/Siberia.
Coton de Tulear: the premier pet of Madagascar. ancestral seafarers. Excellent company, nice with children and animals. To prevent fur tangles, constant combing is necessary.
Similar to the bichon, the Bolognese is a little, white dog from Italy that is fluffy and petite. They require routine grooming to prevent matting and are quiet and timid. Some pet owners decide to trim their coats.
Dogo Argentino: a robust, white breed that is good with children and for hunting. Sunburn-prone but simple to maintain. Avoid being in the sun.
Small-to-medium size, dense, fluffy coat, curled tail, adaptable to any place, moderate shedding; rare white Japanese spitz. Regular brushing and occasional baths.