8 Italian Dog Breeds That Are Molto Bello

Bracco Italiano The American Kennel Club states that the Bracco Italiano is one of the oldest Italian pointer breeds still in existence. 

Cane Corso Vet Street claims that because Cane Corsos may weigh up to 120 pounds, they are an extremely large breed and not recommended for first-time dog owners. 

Spinone Italiano  According to the AKC, the Spinone Italiano was developed as an endurance-focused hunting dog.

Neapolitan Mastiff According to the AKC, male Neapolitan Mastiffs can weigh up to 150 pounds, making them another enormous Italian breed.

Italian Greyhound According to Hill's Pet, they are kind, gentle dogs that are occasionally so needy as to be considered needy. 

Cirneco dell'Etna Beautiful and slender, the Cirneco dell'Etna is a hound dog that will protect and love its family until the end. 

Maremma Sheepdog Maremmas, pronounced 'mare' like a horse and 'Emma' like the name, have served as Italian livestock guard dogs for centuries, as stated by the Maremma Sheepdog Club of America.

Volpino Approximately 3,000 volpinos exist worldwide, making them delightful and lively canines, according to Vet Street.