Canadian Eskimo Dog: powerful, medium-sized sled dogs with incredible stamina. Near extinction due to Siberian Huskies, saved by Kennel Club.
Czech Wolfdogs: domestic, wolf-like, versatile. Used in patrols, rescue, herding. Hardy, independent, ideal for active owners.
Finnish Lapphund: Miniature wolf-like herding breed, strong and agile. Friendly but wary, deeply attached to owners, prone to depression without them.
German Shepherds: loyal, intelligent, resemble wolves, used in police/military, great family pets, loving and protective of humans.
Greenland Dog: Strong, independent, cold climate worker. Resembles Huskies, but rare due to modern replacements. Wolf-like beauty.
Kugsha: American Husky, Spitz-type dog with wolf-like traits. Developed in PA, strong, rare breed. Independent nature, challenging to train.
Northern Inuit Dog: Wolf-like appearance, domestic breed. Known for "Game of Thrones" role. Loving, active, prone to separation anxiety.
Saarloos Wolfdogs: Resemble wolves, have wolf blood (German Shepherd x Siberian wolf cross), powerful, athletic, need experienced owners, early socialization vital.
Samoyed: Smiling, thick-coated dogs bred for hunting and pulling. Affectionate, happy, and social. Resemble wolves with their unique smiles.
Siberian Husky: famous sled dogs, wolf-like appearance, high energy, challenging to care for, but rewarding if committed.
Swedish Vallhund: small, energetic, wolf-like appearance. Loyal, affectionate, needs active owners for exercise and behavioral balance.
Tamaskan: a rare, wolf-like breed resulting from crossing sled dogs. Powerful, athletic, needs space and exercise. Around 400 worldwide.