10 Dog Breeds That Look the Most Like Foxes

Shiba Inu: Originating from Japan, Shiba Inus are known for their small size, pointed ears, and a fox-like face, especially in the red coat variety.

Finnish Spitz: This breed from Finland has a fox-like appearance due to its pointed ears, curled tail, and red-gold coat.

Norwegian Lundehund: With its unique, agile build, six toes on each foot, and erect ears, the Lundehund has a fox-like charm.

Pomeranian: Pomeranians, particularly in their orange and red color varieties, share some traits with foxes, including a fluffy coat and pointed ears.

Schipperke: Small and agile, Schipperkes have a fox-like face, pointed ears, and a black coat, giving them a distinctive appearance.

Alaskan Klee Kai: These miniature Huskies have a fox-like face with piercing eyes, erect ears, and a plush double coat.

Eurasier: With a thick double coat, wedge-shaped face, and upright ears, Eurasiers have a fox-like look, especially in their wolf-gray coloration.

Icelandic Sheepdog: Icelandic Sheepdogs have a fox-like face, with pointy ears, a curled tail, and a dense, double coat.

Samoyed: Samoyeds are known for their fluffy white coat, erect ears, and a friendly, fox-like expression.

Australian Shepherd: The merle coat variation of the Australian Shepherd, with its blue merle coloring and striking eyes, can resemble the coloring of some foxes.