The iconic Standard Poodle comes in at number 7 on the AKC's list of the most popular breeds.
In addition to having a shaggy coat all over, Old English Sheepdogs (OES) have a fur-covered face.
The Pomeranian and Samoyed are descendants of the same stock as the Keeshond (Keeshonden when plural).
Their coats might be white, blue merle, multicoloured, sable and white, or any other colour withfluppy coat.
One of the most common "personality" breeds, Bichon Frise stand slightly under a foot tall.
Chow Chows are nearly 20 inches tall. They have lion manes that are easily recognised, and their coats can be rough or smooth.
In some of the coldest locations, the Samoyed (Sammy) was originally bred to work with locals.
Pomeranians, one of the more well-liked Toy Group breeds, feature a fluffy coat and a fox-like smile.
The thick-coated Siberian Husky is a breed of sled dog that was developed to pull sleds across icy tundra while working in packs.
The fluffy white coat of this breed makes it easily identifiable. The extremely clever American Eskimo Dogs (Eskies) might have social issues.