One of the defining features of the breed is its long, silky, flowing coat. The dogs' thick coats keep them warm in the chilly eastern mountains of Afghanistan.
This ancient breed is one of the oldest dog breeds, dating back thousands of years. It hunts prey utilising its excellent vision and quick speed as a sighthound.
Together with a thick beard, the bearded collie has a long, shaggy coat. The bearded collie was developed hundreds of years ago in Scotland, where it was prized for its ability to drive cattle and tend to sheep.
Bearded collies have a lot of energy and are bouncy and athletic. They have two layers to their coat: a close-lying, velvety undercoat and a straight, rough, and shaggy outer coat.
The beautiful, fluffy white coat that covers the Bolognese's body like a gentle cloud is its crowning glory.
It was a favourite of the governing royals for many centuries and was named for its birthplace of Bologna, Italy.
The smart and spirited Briard is really gorgeous to behold with its long, flowing coat and strong, muscular body.
The adaptable Briard was a sheepherder and a flock protector from the French province of Brie, which is also where the cheese was invented.
The Havanese is the only dog breed indigenous to Cuba and is called after the capital city of the island nation, Havana. It has a plush, long, silky coat.
The Havanese is a well-liked family pet because of their high levels of socialisation, friendliness, and intelligence.