Adaptable, pocket-sized Chihuahua thrives in warm climates due to its thin coat and Mexican desert origins.
Active, tough Australian cattle dog with a short double coat, perfect for herding in hot weather. Also known as "blue heelers."
Ancient Spanish breed, athletic and graceful, descended from Egyptian hounds. Adapted for warm weather, skilled sighthounds.
Large Afghan dogs thrive in hot climates due to their single coat. However, grooming is necessary to prevent tangles and debris.
Yorkshire terriers have thin, silky coats that don't insulate well. They stay cool in heat, and smaller dogs handle it better.
Chinese crested dogs are hairless & prone to sunburn. Protect them with sunscreen or shade to prevent harm from the sun.
largest terrier breed, tolerates warm weather. Short, wiry coat allows heat escape; stripping helps in high temps.
Great Danes thrive in warm weather but dark-coated ones overheat faster. Provide shade and don't leave them alone in the sun.