Top 10 Dog Breeds That Resemble Foxes

Shiba Inu, a Japanese spitz breed, were initially bred for hunting. They can be a challenge to train and may develop possessiveness & aggression.

#1 Shiba Inu

The Akita is a quiet, temperamental, loyal dog bred for hunting and guarding. They require daily exercise and can be aloof with strangers.

#2 Akita

The American Eskimo dog is an affectionate and loyal watchdog that loves outdoor play. They shed a lot and need grooming due to their thick coat.

#3 American Eskimo

Schipperke, a small black fox-like breed, loves outdoor activities with their family but is prone to barking and chasing wildlife.

#4 Schipperke

The Samoyed, a spitz breed from Siberia, was bred to pull sleds. They are now affectionate pets with a strong prey drive and tendency to bark.

#5 Samoyed

Finnish Spitz is a high-energy breed that needs daily exercise for physical and mental well-being. They are loving family pets but prone to barking.

#6 Finnish Spitz

The Norwegian elkhound is a spitz and hound breed that's protective, loyal, and energetic, requiring daily exercise. It's good with kids and other dogs.

#7 Norwegian Elkhound

German Spitz - affectionate, loyal, great with kids, intelligent but need daily exercise, good watchdogs, easy to train, not fond of strangers.

#8 German Spitz

The Alaskan klee kai resembles a small husky with a fox-like appearance. They are smart, playful, and loyal, needing less exercise than other spitz breeds.

#9 Alaskan Klee Kai

Chihuahuas resemble fennec foxes and bond closely with their favorite humans but need exercise. They are protective watchdogs and best for adults.

#10 Chihuahua

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