Airedale Terrier The Airedale Terrier is sometimes called the "King of Terriers". Their size is a major reason for their popularity. They are the largest terrier breed. Their majestic appearance and charming temperament is also a reason. They are intelligent, adaptable, smart and full of personality.
Miniature Schnauzer The Miniature Schnauzer is a breed many people think of when they think about dogs with beards. Many breeders love their distinctive beards and salt-and-pepper coloring.
Brussels Griffon Brussels Griffons are distinguished by their beards which sometimes can reach extraordinary lengths. However, they are also small dogs with lots of personality and charm. Your Brussels Griffon will not require a lot of grooming, other than trimming and cleaning their beard. However, it is important to know that they have different needs depending on whether they are rough-coated or smooth-coated.
Scottish Terrier Perhaps the most famous dog silhouette is that of the Scottish Terrier. They are well-known for their distinctive features, including their long noses, large skirts and prominent beard.
Bearded Collie The breed affectionately called the "Beardie" couldn't be left off this list. Although their beard may not be as distinct as some of the other breeds, it blends in with the long, straight hair on their faces.
Lhasa Apso The Lhasa Apso, like the Beardie, is another dog with a lot of facial hair. It even has a beard. Their long coat was a great way to keep them warm in harsh environments like the Himalayas in Tibet where they are from.