The tiny Chihuahua, with its big personality, handles heat well and is an excellent companion for warm climates.
Originating from Croatia, Dalmatians are well-adapted to heat and were historically bred to accompany fire carriages in warm weather.
The Labrador Retriever, known for its friendly nature, can handle hot weather but needs proper hydration and shade.
The Vizsla, an energetic hunting breed, can thrive in hot temperatures, provided they get enough exercise and water.
With their sleek bodies, Italian Greyhounds are well-suited for warm climates, but they should avoid prolonged sun exposure.
As the name suggests, this breed is hairless, making them ideal for hot weather, but they require sunblock and protection.
Originally a water dog, this breed's curly coat helps regulate body temperature, making it suitable for warm climates."