Dog Breeds that Start with T

Published: August 11, 2021
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Here is a list of dog breeds that start with the letter T.


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A Taco Terrier
Taco Terrier

Taco terriers are known by a variety of names, including the Chitoxy Toy and the Chiwoxy.

A Teddy Roosevelt Terrier
Teddy Roosevelt Terrier

Often just called 'Teddies' by owners

A Tenterfield Terrier
Tenterfield Terrier

These terriers have quick minds and fast feet making them excellent for agility competitions.

A Terrier
Terrier

Terriers were once the greatest dogs in the world.

A Texas Heeler
Texas Heeler

Though they are loyal to their family, these dogs can be shy around strangers.

A Thai Ridgeback
Thai Ridgeback

In their native Thailand, Thai Ridgebacks were used to hunt cobras.

A Tibetan Mastiff
Tibetan Mastiff

Originally bred in the Himalayan mountains!

A Tibetan Spaniel
Tibetan Spaniel

Originally bred to be a companion dog in Tibetan Buddhist lamaseries.

A Tibetan Terrier
Tibetan Terrier

Tibetan terriers have round, flat, “snow shoe” feet that evolved to give them traction on snowy Himalayan paths

A Torkie
Torkie

The Torkie has a soft silky coat

A Tornjak
Tornjak

Tornjaks are very adaptable and can live harmoniously in packs as they get along well with other dogs.

A Toy Fox Terrier
Toy Fox Terrier

Hunters still use the toy fox to go into a fox's den and flush the animal out.

A Toy Poodle
Toy Poodle

The word poodle is derived from German, and it means to splash or puddle.

A Transylvanian Hound
Transylvanian Hound

The Transylvanian Hound is also known as the Erdelyi Kopo in Hungarian

A Treeing Tennessee Brindle
Treeing Tennessee Brindle

Coarse baying cries during the hunt changes at the tree

A Treeing Walker Coonhound
Treeing Walker Coonhound

The breed has several distinctive vocalizations, such as a long, yodeling call when he is on the hunt, and a short repeating bark once he trees his prey. Whining is normal as he anticipates the hunt.

List of Dog Breeds that Start with the Letter T

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