#7 Curly-coated Retriever
The Curly-coated Retriever is a breed of dog originally bred in England for upland bird and waterfowl hunting. It is the tallest of the retrievers and is easily distinguishable by the mass of tight curls covering its body.
#8 Boykin Spaniel
Representatives of this breed simply adore water, they will not miss the opportunity to wet their paws in a river, lake or even a stream. Thanks to the webbed feet, the Boykin Spaniels swim perfectly. They chase fish, ducks with great excitement, pretending to hunt.
#9 Lagotto Romagnolo
They guarded the sailboats of the Moors; they were very much appreciated by sailors for their quick wits and ability to swim well. Dogs picked up games, swimming, and diving even in water with an ice crust, from which curly wool protected them well. These dogs helped fishermen pull small boats on a rope.
One of the oldest water dogs is a French Barbet with long curly hair that turns into cords that evenly cover the entire dog. By the middle of the XIX century, the breed was preserved only among the old hunters in some French provinces. Barbet is agile and quick-witted, likes to swim and is used for hunting swamp games.