Ceskies, whose name comes from the word "Czech," are playful, curious, and easier to train than most terriers, even though they are pretty busy.
Skye terriers are known for being loyal and calm. They make great couch potatoes because they aren't very busy, but they do enjoy a long, slow walk every day.
Not because they're dominating or mean, but because they're proud and sure of themselves. When they are at home, they are friendly and only need a few good walks to be happy.
Sussex spaniels aren't very tall, but they are strong and built low. They are happy (in the typical spaniel way), but not as busy as other dogs in their breed group.
These cute but dirty terriers don't look pretentious or fancy. They used to work on farms, so they are naturally interested and like to explore.
These quick Nordic dogs don't talk much to strangers, but at home they are friendly and eager to please. They were raised to herd reindeer, so they are very strong for their size.
Some people have called these dogs "ape terriers," because they look funny. They are bold, curious, and playful. Their reputation for being silly will make you laugh all around the house.
The field spaniel is about 17–18 inches tall at the shoulder, which is a bit taller than the normal cocker spaniel. People say that they are smart, easy-going, and love to please their owners.
The AKC says that the Sealyham terrier is a "substantial" small dog that looks like an NFL running back but is still a good-natured, gentle pet that you can keep at home.