Dog Breeds That Only Have White Coats


Regal white Samoyed: medium-to-large Siberian breed with thick, fluffy coat. A stunning spitz known for its all-white appearance.


Tiny Maltese: smallest white breed. Pocket-sized at 4-7lbs, under 10 inches tall. Famous companion with long, silky white coat. Utterly adorable.

West Highland White Terrier

West Highland white terrier: double-coated, white fur. Commonly known as the Westie, this breed is a charming white dog.

American Eskimo

Snowy American Eskimo: pure white with black eyes and nose. Available in standard, miniature, and toy sizes. A delightful breed.

f 1 Bichon Frise

Distinctive bichon frise: fluffy, rounded, and unique among white dogs. Originated in France, possibly descended from poodle and water spaniel. Sporting heritage.

Great Pyrenees

Great Pyrenees: largest white breed. Gentle giants, 100+ pounds. Thick double coat of white fur. Likely originated in Central Asia or Siberia.

Coton de Tulear

Madagascar's treasured pet: small white dog with elite status. Ancestors were seafaring companions to sailors. A fascinating history


Friendly white dog: small, long, fluffy fur. Originated in Bologna, Italy, from bichons. Similarities with bichons, yet unique in its own way.

Dogo Argentino

Powerful white breed: Dogo Argentino. Short, smooth coat always white, with minor dark patch allowed. Developed in 1920s for hunting in Argentina.

Japanese Spitz

The snowy white Japanese spitz is a rare white dog breed. Like other spitz-type breeds, these dogs have a curled tail, a dense coat of medium length, and an alert expression.