To clear up any confusion, we're not going to be talking about dogs that just so happen to live in the country of Greenland for this guide. Rather we're talking about a specific breed of Husky-type dog that was bred for the purpose of helping the members of the ancient Thule tribe out as mushing dogs and hunting companions. Greenland Dogs have very thick and fluffy coats that help them endure the cold climate of Greenland, as well as most other cold environments, with relative ease. They also have strong builds that help them power through snowy and rugged terrain. Overall, Greenland Dogs have a wealth of natural attributes that help them complete many physical activities without much difficulty.
We talked a lot about the Greenland Dog's physical attributes but there's quite a lot more that can be said about their temperaments and personalities; as with most other snow dogs, Greenland Dogs are fairly stoic and even tempered most of the time. So if you're seriously thinking about adopting a dog but are worried about things like excessive barking or anxious behavior, then the Greenland Dog might be a great fit for you due to their overall calm and relaxed personalities. If you live a warm environment and are worried about potentially overheating this dog, then look for ways to bring your pet to a cooler climate on a regular basis.