American Water Spaniel: Developed in the Great Lakes in the 1800s, a versatile hunting dog excelling at bird flushing and retrieving, at ease in water and on land.
Brown Boykin Spaniel: Rare US breed from South Carolina. Enthusiastic hunter in the field, sweet and laid-back at home. Ideal combination of energy and temperament.
Brittany: Versatile hunting dog, larger than a spaniel but smaller than a pointer or setter. Popular for pointing, retrieving, and hunting. Also known as Brittany Spaniel (incorrectly).
Bulldog: Dignified, even-tempered, and loves children. Patient and docile, enjoying calm play. Tolerant but teach kids to respect its space and interact gently. Avoid pestering or rough play.
English Springer Spaniel: Energetic and playful, perfect for kids. Ideal for active families, needs daily exercise like walks, jogging, swimming, fetch, agility, or flyball.
Finnish Lapphund: Spitz breed from cold regions. Features fluffy coat, upright triangular ears, and curled tail over the back. Ideal for snowy climates.
Icelandic Sheepdog: Iceland's native breed with a 1,000-year history. Used for herding and watching over livestock. Spitz type, foxy face, triangle ears, fluffy coat, and curled plumed tail.
Keeshond: Spitz breed with distinct black glasses-shaped markings around the eyes. Popular in Holland for centuries, used as watchdogs on riverboats, barges, and farms across Europe.
Staffordshire Bull Terrier: Known as "Children's Nursemaid" and "Nanny Dog" due to affection for people, especially kids. Supervised interaction fosters a wonderful bond between them.
Whippet: A sighthound, adept at hunting with keen eyesight and speed. Quiet, gentle, and mellow, making it an ideal family companion. Its affectionate nature suits well with family life.