Purebred White-Coated Dog Species


The Samoyed is an elegant white spitz that can range in size from medium to huge. 

The original Samoyed population relied on these hardy canines for a variety of tasks, including herding reindeer, pulling sleds, and going on expeditions.


The Maltese is the tiniest all-white dog breed. These miniature canines never grow taller than ten inches and always weigh less than seven pounds.

Maltese's long and silky white coat short, which only adds to the dog's adorableness.

West Highland White Terrier

The West Highland white terrier is characterized by a double layer of snowy white fur. 

The white dog breed known as the Westie originates in Scotland and is a small yet hardy terrier. 

American Eskimo

The American Eskimo, with his coal-black eyes and nose, looks like a miniature snowman. 

The breed gained notoriety as a circus performer in the early 1900s due to its intelligence and quick wit.

Bichon Frise

The modern version of the breed is thought to have originated in France and be descended from water spaniels and poodles.

The presence of these sporting breeds in the bichon's ancestry explains why it is such an energetic and exploratory pet. 

Great Pyrenees

The Great Pyrenees is the largest white dog breed. These fluffy white giants can weigh up at 100 pounds or more and have two layers of fur.

It is believed that this breed of dog first appeared in either Central Asia or Siberia a very long time ago.

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