Puppys beginning with "S"
Below we list puppy breeds beginning with "S". Click the dog breed or cute puppy picture for more puppy information and our full dog breed review.
Saint Bernard's are extremely gentle and friendly dogs. They are very tolerant of children making them a great choice as a family pet.
The Saluki is an intelligent medium sized dog which will win your heart with his spirit and athleticism. Only the energetic dog owner need apply!
This cheerful Spitz dog has a warm heart and a fluffy coat making for a devoted family pet and watchdog, and brains and agility making for a skilled show dog.
The Standard Schnauzer makes a wonderful companion dog, a performance dog, or a show dog.
The Scottish Terrier is an extremely loveable breed of dog. It is charming and full of character. The Scotty is usually very playful and friendly as a puppy, and matures into a dignified adult.
The often stubborn Chinese Shar Pei are calm and affectionate dogs. These cute little wrinkly puppies make devoted family pets, but are not suited for first time dog owners.
The Shetland Sheepdog, which is affectionately known as "the Sheltie", make a great family pet, dog sport competitors or wonderful companion dog for the elderly.
The Shih-Tzu is an alert and lively little dog. They are happy and hardy, and packed with character. The gentle loyal Shih-Tzu makes friends easily and responds well to consistent patient training.
A loveable dog breed, these sled dogs make great companion dogs. While they are not suitable for potential owners living in hot climates, Siberian Huskies are popular friendly and reliable family pets.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is an all purpose dog that is easy to care for and happy join your family.
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Pugs are the ultimate companion dog. Living to please their owner, this small dog bred is even-tempered and playful, with minimal exercise needs.
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