Robust dogs with various brindle combinations, require proper socialization.
The most popular sled dog known for its power, endurance, and friendliness.
An American sled dog that's affectionate and playful, making it great with children and other pets.
A medium to large dog with a wolf-like appearance, lively and fun, suitable for active families.
A pack-oriented dog with energy for sledding and hiking, but may be aggressive towards other dogs.
A rare large breed with wolf-like appearance and intelligence, best suited for experienced owners.
Strong, fast, and friendly, but recommended for experienced owners due to its size and stubbornness.
An extremely rare breed with similarities to the Greyhound, known for its calm temperament.
The smallest breed on the list, excellent for farm work and with plenty of energy.
A blend of Nordic breeds, bred for work and sled pulling, requires ample exercise.
An ancient breed nearly extinct, once assisted Japanese researchers in Antarctica.