Alopecia Dog

The adaptable and loyal Greek companion

Alopekis is a small, versatile and charming dog breed originating in Greece. This robust and naturally healthy breed is known for its adaptability, intelligence and loyalty to its owners.


Alopekis have a long history in Greece, where they have existed for several thousand years. They have traditionally been used as all-round farm dogs and also have a background as rat catchers. Their natural independence and hunting instincts allow them to still fill these roles today.


Alopekis is a small dog breed. They generally measure between 20 to 30 cm in height at the withers and weigh between 3 to 6 kg.

Appearance and coat

These dogs have a small, robust body with a proportional, harmonious physique. They have an intelligent and expressive face with large, round eyes. Their fur is short to medium in length and requires minimal grooming. Colors can vary widely, ranging from solid to multi-colored and even striped or mottled.

Procurement of an Alopecia

Before getting an Alopekis, you should be aware that these dogs, despite their small size, are very active and need daily exercise and mental stimulation. They enjoy being involved in family activities and they love to explore their surroundings.

Alopekis have a strong need for human companionship and thrive best when they get to spend a lot of time with their owner. They are loyal and loving, but can be reserved with strangers. Their natural hunting instincts mean they may not fit in homes with small pets, although they often get along well with other dogs.

Owning an Alopekis can be a rewarding experience for those looking for an active, adaptable and affectionate companion. With their easy-care fur, healthy nature and cheerful personality, Alopekis can be well suited to a range of lifestyles, from living in the country to city living. However, as always, potential owners should carefully consider their specific circumstances and needs before bringing home a dog of this breed.