The Bulldog is renowned for its fondness for kids and is a dignified and placid dog. These dogs are quiet and obedient, enjoying participating in peaceful play.
Bulldogs are incredibly patient, but kids shouldn't ever be permitted to bother them or play rough. Encourage children to be kind and to respect the dog's space.
Spitz dogs, like the Finnish Lapphund, are from cold, snowy areas and have fluffy coats, erect triangular ears, and tails that curve up and over their backs.
The fluffy Icelandic Sheepdog is the only native breed of Icelan. Sheep, cattle, and horses were among the types of animals the breed was employed to protect and herd.
Another spitz breed (also known as a Northern breed) is the Icelandic Sheepdog, which may be recognised by its foxy appearance, triangular ears, fluffy coat, and plumed tail curled over its back.
The Keeshond, a different kind of spitz, is notable for having markings around the eyes that resemble black spectacles.
While being widespread in Europe for many years, the breed had its greatest popularity in Holland, where they were used as watchdogs on barges, farms, and riverboats.