Dog Breeds which Start with the Letter “V”

Dog Breeds which Start with the Letter “V”
March 27, 2019

 Considering that there are hundreds of dog breeds, even the biggest dog fan probably couldn’t reel them all from the top of their heads. So, if you’re wondering which dog breeds start with the letter “V” we’ve got you covered with our comprehensive list.

There are only four different dog breeds to feature on the list – we’ll introduce you to a little about their character, appearance and history so you’ll be fully clued up by the time you have got through the list!

If you want any more information on any of the breeds we have listed here, you can always head on over to our breed description page!

  1. Volpino Italiano

The Volpino Italiano dog breed is a fairly rare type of Spitz which comes from – yep you guessed it Italy. If there was any dog breed which resembled a cloud, this fluffy pup would be a strong contender for that crown! They don’t look all too dissimilar from their cousins the Pomeranians but they are slightly bigger at a max average height of 30cm. You only have to look at their smiley happy faces to see that they are charming and affectionate creatures who will make the perfect companions! If you can find one for sale that is!

  1. Vizsla

The Vizsla is renown as one of the most energetic and fastest dog breeds in the world. So, if you are considering bringing one of them into your home, you better hope that you have plenty of energy to keep up with them when it comes to making sure that they get the appropriate exercise. The Vizsla breed originated in Hungary where it is regularly used as a sporting and hunting dog. Along with the breed’s high endurance, it can also offer its services as a loyal and affectionate companion who will love snuggling up with you on the sofa after a long walk!

  1. Victorian Bulldog

The Victorian Bulldog isn’t technically a breed, instead, it is a type of the Bulldog breed. There are multiple types of bulldog and they all slightly differ physically and personality-wise. The stature of the Victorian Bulldog is stout, square and strong with a broad muzzle and wider than average nostrils. They don’t have the usual low hanging eyes, and some may they look much more attractive than your usual Bulldogs!

  1. Valley Bulldog

The Valley Bulldog is yet another variation of Bulldog – it’s incredibly hard to keep up with all of the new variations as different breeders try to create different forms of the breed to iron out the prolific genetic problems which they are prone to suffering from! There is even plenty of variation between valley bulldogs themselves. They may have the appearance of taller English Bulldogs or shorter Boxers. Whatever they look like, if they are well socialised they tend to be very clownish in personality and incredibly good company – especially if you are looking for a dog breed which won’t hesitate to protect you!