The largest breed of terrier is the Airedale Terrier. They look like kings and have strong personalities. They need to have their fur cut and brushed often.
Miniature Schnauzers have unique eyebrows and beards, and they do well in a wide range of living situations. They need to be taught not to bark, though.
Brussels Griffons were first bred in Belgium to catch rats in the stables of coachmen. People in the upper class like them.
Scotties are strong-willed, loyal, and like to do their own thing. When training, use short sessions of positive reinforcement.
Bearded Collies are friendly and don't get as excited as other collies, but they are also stubborn. They need a lot of care, and if you don't do it, they can get sick.
Dogs in the cold Himalayas have long fur to keep them warm. They have an alert bark, and when they meet new people, they can be shy.