Whippets are gentle dogs that love to curl up under blankets. They have a tendency toward nervousness and are timid around strangers. Whippets need long walks and runs. They usually gets along well with dogs and cats, but should be watched around rabbits and rodents. They're sometimes hard to housebreak.
Wirehaired Pointing Griffons are pleasant and gentle. They love to run and need lots of exercise. They're reserved with strangers and do best in quiet households. They gets along well with other pets, but are sometimes hard to housebreak.
Welsh Terriers are easygoing and they like lots of exercise. They're fast chasers - keep them on a leash or in a fenced-in yard whenever they're outside. These charming little dogs usually get along well with other pets and considerate children.
Welsh Terriers are part of the Terrier group. In general, terriers have a very distinctive personality that's unlike any other breed. They're feisty and energetic. Originally bred to hunt and kill vermin, terriers love the chase - don't let your terrier off its leash unless it's in an enclosed area.
Welsh Springer Spaniels are quiet and steady. Although they look a lot like English Springer Spaniels, they're much less outgoing. Welsh Springers are suspicious of strangers, but they get along well with children and other animals.
In Tibet, Tibetan Spaniels used to sit on top of monastery walls and bark whenever strangers approached. Often called "lion dogs," Tibetan Spaniels are extremely agile and often compared to cats. They're playful, good with children and other pets, but they're often reserved with strangers.
Tibetan Terriers are lively and playful, so they need daily exercise. They're usually friendly with strangers, kids and other pets. They're stubborn, however, and hard to housebreak. When they bark, they make an unusual sound that resembles a siren on a fire truck.