The Samoyed is a medium-to-large dog that is entirely white from head to toe and has the royal appearance of a white spitz. When you consider that this dog breed originated in Siberia, the thick, fluffy coat makes perfect sense.
These powerful and cold-weather resistant canines were employed by the local Samoyed people to hunt, pull sleds, and herd reindeer.
The Maltese is the tiniest white dog breed. These little pups stay under 10 inches tall and mature to a weight of only 4 to 7 pounds.
Though some owners choose to keep it short-cropped, the Maltese's long and silky white coat just adds to its charm.
The American Eskimo is a pure white dog breed with coal-black eyes and a nose, looking like a miniature snowman. There are toy, miniature, and standard-sized dogs available.
It has a fluffy white coat and an alert look, regardless of size. The breed was well-known for its great intelligence and for its early 1900s work as a circus dog.
The bichon frise stands out among a pack of white canines due to its fluffy coat and rounded appearance. The modern breed is thought to have its roots in France and is a cross between the poodle and the water spaniel.
It should come as no surprise that the bichon is an active and adventurous companion dog given that these sporting breeds are part of its ancestry. Just make sure that wherever you go, your powderpuff is by your side.
The Great Pyrenees is the largest breed of white dog. These friendly giants have a thick, double coat of white fur and can weigh up to 100 pounds.
This breed of dog probably evolved many thousands of years ago in Central Asia or Siberia. After being introduced to the Pyrenees mountains that border France and Spain, it has subsequently gotten its name.
The elite of Madagascar used to closely preserve this little white puppy as a pet. It is thought that these canines' earliest progenitors were young sea dogs who kept sailors company.
These little but stout puppies are wonderful companion animals. They are reputed to get along well with both kids and other animals. The Coton de Tulear has to have its fur combed many times per week to keep it looking its best.
This petite, amiable white dog breed has long, fluffy fur. The breed originated from bichons in the northern Italian city of Bologna. As a result, there are many similarities between these two white dog breeds.
Contrasted with the bichon's tighter curls and well-groomed appearance, the Bolognese, however, has a more relaxed aspect. Comparing the Bolognese to the bichon, which has a bold, go-getter nature, the Bolognese is believed to be a placid and even shy dog breed.