Due to their amiable, laid-back personalities, and propensity to get along well with both young and old people, other dogs, and dog-friendly.
other dogs, and dog-friendly Their woolly coats shed very little and only sometimes need to be cut, bathed, and brushed.
Lowchens are gregarious and loving, so it's strange they aren't more widespread. Although the breed's history is unclear, the dog appears to have European ancestry.
The Maltese and Bichon Frise are likely forebears of the breed. The lowchen sheds very little but needs regular brushing and trimming since its hair coat is continually growing.
The large, adorable otterhound was formerly employed in ancient England to hunt otters.
This breed is excellent at swimming since it has webbed feet and a waterproof coat.
A notable Hungarian breed with dreadlocks, the puli, is similar to the komondor. Behind all that fur, the puli is a deceptively nimble herding dog.
The breed is often a devoted friend who just requires light activity. The most time-consuming aspect of caring for a puli is maintaining its sleek and spotless coat.