A swift, smart, and keen-eyed Peruvian hound, it hunts. Their coats—or lack thereof—distinguish Inca orchids. These canines have hairless bodies, varied skin hues, and a mohawk in the middle.
Little household pets are called "colored lap dogs" (tsvetnaya bolonka). Smart and kid-friendly, they're easygoing. After Nikita Khrushchev lifted small dog breeding regulations in the 1960s, the Russian tsvetnaya bolonka became popular.
These 5- to 10-pound canines have silky white fur. These 11th-century Italian meatballs are true to their moniker.
Though clever and easy to teach, this herding breed needs regular exercise, supervision, and mental and physical stimulation.
Webbed-footed water dogs are one of the greatest swimmers. Irish water spaniels, bred to retrieve waterfowl, are great retrievers and fun at home.
In French, diablotin moustachu means "mustached little devil," or affenpinscher ("monkey dog" or "ape terrier").
In French, diablotin moustachu means "mustached little devil," or affenpinscher ("monkey dog" or "ape terrier"). These little dogs are loyal, charming, and hypoallergenic, but they're not simple to teach.