Dog Breeds That Only Have White Coats

Japanese Spitz

One of the few white dog breeds in existence is the pristine white Japanese spitz. 

A curled tail, a dense coat of medium length, and an alert expression are characteristics shared by these dogs with other breeds of the spitz type.

Dogo Argentino

One of the most strong white dog breeds is the Dogo Argentino, sometimes known as the Argentine Dogo.

The short and smooth coat is always white, although it is okay for there to be a single black patch over an eye or an ear.

Great Pyrenees

The Great Pyrenees is the largest breed of white dog in the world. These gentle giants can weigh more than 100 pounds and have thick, double coats of white fur.

Many millennia ago, this particular breed of dog most likely originated in either Central Asia or Siberia. 

American Eskimo

The American Eskimo is a pure white dog breed with coal-black eyes and a black snout, giving it the appearance of a miniature snowman. 

It has a fluffy white coat, and regardless of its size, it always displays an attentive look.

Bichon Frise

In a group of white dogs, the Bichon Frise stands out because to its fluffy fur and round shape. 

It is thought that the breed, in its modern form, was developed in France and that it is a direct descendant of both the poodle and the water spaniel. 


These teeny-tiny puppies mature to a weight of barely 4 to 7 pounds and remain under 10 inches tall throughout their entire lives.

You should plan to spend some time each week brushing your dog, and you should also take him to the groomer on a regular basis. 

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