Dalmatian: popular black and white breed. Smart, outgoing, athletic. Historically associated with firehouses. Guarded horses during fire-fighting. Discover the meaning of black spots on a dog's tongue.
They are easy to train and are so well-mannered that they’ve earned the nickname “The American Gentleman” by the American Kennel Club.
A member of the herding group, these medium-sized dogs are intelligent, hard-working, and affectionate.
Portuguese Water Dog: hard-working, curly-haired breed. Non-shedding, hypoallergenic coats. Love swimming, fishing dog heritage. Used in water rescues.
The Old English sheepdog is the quintessential shaggy pup, known for its unkempt black and white coat and mellow nature.
The cold doesn’t bother these snow-loving dogs. Siberian huskies can have coats of black and white, as well as other colors such as red and white and grey and white.
The breed is named after King Charles II, a monarch once described as “more concerned with breeding spaniels than ruling Britain.” Looking at these faces, who could blame him?
These gentle giants can grow up to 32 inches tall and weigh up to 175 pounds. When standing on their hind legs, they’re taller than most humans.
These pups were originally bred as Arctic sled dogs, and have a dense, waterproof coat that can come in a range of colors, including black and white.
With an average weight of 7 to 11 pounds, these tiny pups make the perfect indoor companions and are often described as cat-like dogs.