Siberians are medium-sized dogs with thick coats and cold-weather endurance. They thrive in frigid climates.
Large Alaskan Malamutes haul sleds in cold weather. Their thick coat keeps them warm in cold weather.
These huge dogs appreciate cold weather and have thick coats. Swiss Alps farms bred them as working dogs.
Large, cold-loving Great Pyrenees have thick coats. The Pyrenees bred them as livestock protectors.
Saint Bernards prefer cold weather and have thick coats. They work hard and were bred as rescue dogs in the Swiss Alps.
Samoyeds are medium-sized dogs with thick, white coats and cold-weather adaptability. Siberian herders and sledders bred them.
Newfoundlands prefer cold weather and have thick, water-resistant fur. Canadian fishermen bred them as working dogs.
Medium to giant Akitas have thick, double coats that keep them comfortable in cold weather. Japanese hunters and guards bred them.
These tiny to medium-sized dogs adore cold weather and have thick, white fur. They were originally circus and watchdogs.