Kees (KAZE) are gentle and quiet dogs that need daily exercise. They're usually suspicious of strangers, but they get along well with other pets and children. Kees are sometimes hard to housebreak.
The Finish Spitz is the national dog of Finland. Finnish Spitz have an unusual hunting style - they'll flush a grouse into a tree, flick their tails repeatedly and alert their owners with a high-pitched bark.
Finnish Spitz look and act a lot like foxes. They're hardy, independent and need daily exercise. They're usually suspicious of strangers and sometimes aggressive with other dogs.
Dalmatians are sometimes so playful they're high-strung. They need vigorous daily exercise or they'll become very destructive. Although most Dalmatians love kids, they're often too big and clumsy for young children. They're sometimes suspicious of strangers and aggressive with other dogs. Males will roam if they're not fenced in.
This breed comes in two varieties: the Rough Chow Chow and the Smooth Chow Chow. Chows are introverted and independent. They're extremely protective, one-person dogs. In general, they can be very aggressive with other animals, and will bite if annoyed or startled.
The Chinese Shar-Pei is a non-sporting dog. Shar-Peis are dignified dogs that are very clean. They adapt well to city life if walked daily. Some are unaffectionate, but others are lovable. They're suspicious of strangers and aggressive with other animals. Shar-Peis are usually good with children.