The Pharaoh Hound—the dog that smiles and blushes—boasts quite a royal and ancient history, and is rightfully heralded by pet parents.
Low Shedding Dog Breeds
The Plott Hound is North Carolina's State Dog. Learn if this breed is the right type of dog for you in our complete Plott Hound guide.
The Pointer is a fun-loving breed who is full of energy and ready for adventure. Learn all about this dedicated dog in our complete Pointer guide.
High energy and not as high maintenance as stereotypes would have you believe, Poodles can be great pals for active pet parents.
Portuguese Water Dogs were originally bred to assist fishermen. They're a highly energetic and loyal breed that makes fun companions for active pet parents.
Loyal, protective and spirited, our comprehensive Pulik 101 guide shows what makes this dog an individual. Find out if you two are a good fit!
Lively, intelligent and intensely loyal, the Pumi is a wonderful addition to a family home. Find out more about what makes them tick in our complete Pumi guide.
The Rat Terrier is a family-friendly social butterfly and a dedicated learner. Get the information you need in our complete Rat Terrier guide.
Redbone Coonhounds were born to run and follow their nose. Get all the facts about the breed in our complete Redbone Coonhound guide.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a dog who's as devoted as they are athletic. Find out more about this unique breed in our complete Rhodesian Ridgeback guide.
The Saluki dog is descended from royalty. Get all the facts about this majestic breed in our complete Saluki guide.
All the facts you need to know about Schipperkes can be found in our expert guide on how to care for and raise a Schipperke to become a wonderful companion.