Dogs that are non-sporting and hot weather tolerant

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  • breed group: non-sporting
  • breed size: small (0-25 lbs.)
  • other traits: hypoallergenic, easy to train, requires lots of grooming, tendency to chew, high potential for weight gain, loves water, apartment-friendly, hot weather tolerant, cold weather tolerant, strong loyalty tendencies
  • colors: white
  • coat length/texture: long
  • temperament: gentle, outgoing, friendly, playful, anxious
Coton de Tulears are bright, affectionate dogs who love children and make loyal family pets. If you’re looking for a hypoallergenic dog or puppy that doesn’t shed, this lovable breed is a great choice for owners with pet allergies.
  • breed group: non-sporting
  • breed size: medium (26-60 lbs.)
  • other traits: easy to train, good hiking companion, easy to groom, hot weather tolerant, prone to health issues, high prey drive, strong loyalty tendencies
  • colors: black, white, brown / chocolate / liver
  • patterns: spotted
  • coat length/texture: short
  • temperament: timid, friendly, playful
With his spotted coat, the Dalmatian is one of the most instantly recognizable dogs in the world. His loyalty and playful personality make him perfect for most families.
  • breed group: non-sporting
  • breed size: medium (26-60 lbs.)
  • other traits: hypoallergenic, easy to train, easy to groom, high prey drive, apartment-friendly, hot weather tolerant, strong loyalty tendencies
  • colors: gold / yellow, brown / chocolate / liver, red, fawn, black, gray, white
  • patterns: bicolor, hairless, brindle, flecked / ticked / speckled, spotted
  • coat length/texture: hairless, short
  • temperament: gentle, friendly, aloof
Xoloitzcuintli, also known as the Mexican hairless or simply as "xolo," are alert dogs and loyal, sporty companions. At over 3,000 years old, xolos come in three sizes—and some might not be so "hairless" after all.