The Northeast Asian Siberian Husky is utilized for dog sledding. They are graceful, medium-sized Working Group members with a wolf-like appearance.
This Japanese dog breed was originally owned by the imperial family. New parents received statues of this devoted dog to bring happiness, health, and longevity.
Tibetan Terriers are built for Tibet's harsh environment and terrain. Snowshoe-like flat, big, spherical feet and a protective double layer help them walk in deep snow.
Alaskan Malmutes are cold-weather dogs who run, roam, and transport big loads. As the largest and oldest Arctic sled dogs, they were employed for freighting in the Arctic and make superb cold weather dogs.
American Eskimo Dog
This German breed was originally called the White German Spitz and renamed after World War II for its white coat. This small, active dog has big ears and a water-resistant coat to stay warm.
This mountain dog is hardy but agile and can hike great distances. This breed of low-energy, protective dogs was first utilized as flock guards in Turkey about 6,000 years ago.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Despite being fast, strong, and agile, this kind of dog is dedicated to its owner. The mild demeanor and modest exercise needs make them popular with working couples.
Famous for its woolly fur and black tongue, this breed of dog is cold-tolerant. If you love the outdoors and own a Chow Chow, take it everywhere in the snow. They love being with their owners most.
German Shepherds, trusted for guarding, herding, and police work, are agile, robust, energetic, and quick learners. Buying from reputable breeders can prevent hip dysplasia in this breed.
This kind of dog herded sheep on high French mountain slopes. Elegant and gentle, this dog breed weights 80–100 pounds. These canines love winter and are protected from all but the worst temperatures by their thick, double coat.