Dog Breed Guides - T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z
The end of our journey and the end of the alphabet... almost. lets check out dog breeds from T to Z.
Like all flock guardian breeds, the Tibetan Mastiff is intelligent and stubborn to a fault, so obedience training is recommended since this is a strong-willed, powerful breed. Socialization is also critical with this breed.
Tibetan Spaniels make great watchdogs, alerting their owners to any unusual happenings. They also make exceptional companion dogs and they love to be with their family members.
The Tibetan Terrier is a family oriented dog who like to participate in all household activities. These dogs are quick learners and very eager to please their owners, making them perfect for novice owners.
Very people oriented, a Vizsla needs to be part of the family and will try to sit in your lap if you allow it. A well socialized and trained Vizsla usually is good around unfamiliar people, pets, and children.
The Weimaraner can be a great dog for the serious hunter and veteran dog owner. This dog needs to be part of the family and prefers to do so, but it must learn that it is not superior to any family members.
Welsh Cardigan Corgi
Welsh Cardigan Corgi's respond well to obedience training. They are friendly and mix well with other dogs or pets in the household.
Welsh Pembroke Corgi
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi also makes a good watchdog, and bonds well to an entire family. Their attitude toward strangers varies, but most are fine with other pets and strange dogs.
A Welsh Terrier is full of energy and requires regular exercise. A run around the yard during the day is insufficient. They become yappy, and if bored, they may explore and potentially cause mischief and damage.
West Highland White Terrier
The West Highland White Terrier makes great company for travelling or living in the city. This breed is very trainable, and does not require a lot of outdoor activity to remain fit.
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
An Intelligent, sturdy dog, the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is not a dog that is easily injured. They shed very little. Wheaten's are a very active dogs who love to go for walks.
The Whippet is a quiet dog, gentle yet playful. These dogs are heartier than they look, but love to curl up under blankets. They make fine dogs for novice owners, and do well in the city if taken for daily walks.
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
Wirehaired Pointing Griffons are known as intelligent, extremely eager to please, friendly dogs. They are extremely people oriented and prefer to be somewhere in the vicinity of their owners.
Yorkshire Terrier dogs can be extremely vigorous and hardy, or completely genteel and an ideal lap dog. They love attention, and must participate in all family activities.