10 Dog Breeds That Look Like Foxes

Shiba Inu:

Originating from Japan, the Shiba Inu is known for its fox-like appearance, with a curled tail and a confident, spirited demeanor.

Finnish Spitz:

With its pointed ears, fluffy coat, and bushy tail, the Finnish Spitz bears a striking resemblance to a fox. It is a lively and vocal breed originally bred for hunting.


Pomeranians have a fox-like face with small, pointed ears and a fluffy coat. They are playful, intelligent, and full of energy.


The Keeshond, with its distinctive "spectacles" markings around the eyes and plush double coat, often resembles a miniature fox. It is an affectionate and outgoing breed.

Norwegian Elkhound:

Norwegian Elkhounds have a fox-like appearance, with a dense, silver-gray coat and pointed ears. They are versatile working dogs known for their endurance and intelligence.

Alaskan Klee Kai:

Developed to resemble the Siberian Husky but in a smaller size, the Alaskan Klee Kai often has a fox-like appearance with its pointed ears and bushy tail.

Finnish Lapphund:

The Finnish Lapphund has a fox-like face with expressive eyes and erect ears. It is a friendly and affectionate breed originally used for herding reindeer.


Although larger than a fox, the Samoyed's fluffy white coat, pointed ears, and smiling expression give it a resemblance to a fox.


Schipperkes have a fox-like face with a keen expression, pointed ears, and a thick, black coat. They are energetic and intelligent dogs known for their agility and loyalty.

Siberian Husky:

With its striking wolf-like appearance, including erect ears, almond-shaped eyes, and bushy tail, the Siberian Husky bears a resemblance to a fox.