Tibetan Terrier: The dogs have wide, flat, round feet that give grip in deep snow similar to snowshoes and a protective double coat. This breed is docile and makes an excellent companion for outdoor adventures or lounging on the couch.
Tibetan Mastiff: Tibetan Mastiffs, which were previously isolated in the Himalayas, are comfortable in both cold and warm temperatures they have an enormous double coat that keeps them insulated.
Siberian Husky: Another breed used for dog sledding is the Husky, which originated in Northeast Asia.The huskies I've worked with have been extremely talkative.
Shiba Inu: Shiba Inus have dense fur and a double coat. These confident canines are lively, vocal, and constantly eager to explore.
Samoyed: The Samoyed, from Siberia, was initially bred to herd reindeer, hunt, and tow sledges.
Saint Bernard: Saint Bernards became (more) renowned when the lovable, very slobbery, trouble-making Beethoven made his big film debut in 1992.
Norwegian Elkhound: The Norwegian Elkhound, an ancient breed from Scandinavia with Nordic features, is suited to hunting in the frigid region from where it originated.