Neapolitan Mastiff: Known for its impressive and imposing appearance, the Neapolitan Mastiff has a gentle and loyal temperament.
Italian Greyhound: This breed is the smallest of the sighthounds, known for its elegant, slender build and affectionate nature.
Cane Corso: A large and powerful breed, the Cane Corso is a versatile working dog that excels in guarding and protection.
Lagotto Romagnolo: Often referred to as the "truffle dog," the Lagotto Romagnolo has a keen sense of smell and is the only breed specifically bred for truffle hunting.
Spinone Italiano: This is a versatile hunting dog known for its rough coat and gentle demeanor.
Bracco Italiano: An ancient breed, the Bracco Italiano is a pointing dog used for hunting.
Volpino Italiano: This small, spitz-type breed was historically a favorite among Italian nobility.
Bergamasco Sheepdog: Recognizable by its unique, matted coat, the Bergamasco Sheepdog is an intelligent and patient breed, originally used for herding.
Cirneco dell'Etna: A sleek and agile breed, the Cirneco dell'Etna is a Sicilian sighthound used for hunting small game.
Maremmano-Abruzzese Sheepdog: Also known as the Maremma Sheepdog, this breed is a guardian of livestock with a thick white coat