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Kokoni Pictures

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Close up side view - A happy-looking, black with tan Small Greek Domestic dog laying across an ottoman, it is looking forward, its mouth is open and its tongue is sticking out. It has a big black nose and wide, round brown eyes.

Moxy the Small Greek Domestic Dog

Other Dog Breed Names
  • Greek Kokoni
  • Small Greek Domestic Dog
  • Meliteo Kinidio

"This is Olivia. She's almost 4 years old. She lives for going bye-bye in the car. She is a Greek Kokoni. She always has a smile on her face and enjoys life. She is the happiest dog I ever met."

The right side of a tan Small Greek Domestic Dog that is laying across beach sand and it is looking to the right. There is a surfboard behind it and people along the water on the beach in the distance.

Bo the Small Greek Domestic Dog—her owner brought her from Greece to the UK when she was just 3 months old. Bo is described as friendly, calm and very sweet.

The back right side of a black with tan Small Greek Domestic Dog that is standing on a hill and it is looking to the right. It has a long thick coat with thicker hair on its long tail that is hanging down low.

"Jesse is originally from Kardamena, which is a small village in the island of Kos in Greece. I met Jesse there when he was 6 weeks old and took him to Finland with me when he was 9 weeks old. Now Jesse is almost 5 years old and I never regretted taking him with me from the pet shop. He's 15 inches (38 cm) high and weighs about 35-36.5 pounds (16-17 kg), (he should be 30.5-31.5 pounds (14-15 kg)). He's a bit bigger than most of the similar kind of dogs I have seen in Greece and his fur is thicker, probably due to the climate he's living in now. His front legs are twisted like a Dachshund. He has a huge tail. I had seen an article about Greek dogs in a Finnish dog magazine and there was a picture of a dog that looked a lot like Jesse. It was called a "Small Greek Yard Dog" and if translated from Greek the name would have been something like a "small fox"—which they look like with their big tails. I have also seen a dog like Jesse being called "Greek Small Domestic Dog,"

The front right side of a black with tan Small Greek Domestic Dog that is laying across a grass surface. It is looking to the right. It has a black nose.

"Jesse is very friendly to people he knows and he loves kids (all ages, including babies; he's very worried if he hears a baby crying). However, he seems to be a guard, too, and growls and barks on strangers especially if they behave in a way he doesn't like. He guards a bit indoors too, but mostly he loves being rubbed. He's a bit reserved with other male dogs. However, he loves female dogs and usually likes young males if they are smaller than he is. If he could choose he would be living in a house with a yard and would just lie there and watch the world around him. He's a calm dog, but turns into a puppy when he gets a ball or a stick. He could play with the ball for hours and will play alone, too. He's very patient when he searches for the ball from the bushes. He also loves to swim and at the time of the year after the ice is gone he seems to smile when he sees water he can swim in. He hunts a little, but mostly it's just for fun to make birds fly; he's not very patient in chasing animals. He gets along with other animals very well and likes domestic animals like lambs and cows a lot. Jesse is a bit of a Shepherd too; he herds me by nipping my legs if he wants me to go somewhere."

Close up - The front right side of a black and tan Small Greek Domestic Dog that is sitting on a wooden dock and it is looking out into the water.
Top down view of a brown with white Small Greek Domestic Dog that is laying on a recliner chair next to a person sitting in the chair. The person is wearing a pink robe with green socks and the dog has its head on their lap.

"We found our Honey (Small) Dog as a 3-month-old super affectionate pup in the top of a mountain during our Christmas vacation in Greece. We assumed that he was a wild mutt. Upon further investigation this breed can be seen in the museum amphorae paintings of hunting scenes of the classical period 300 BC. It appears these dogs did survive in direct lineage in remote mountains and islands. Even in their wild state there are no reports of bothering humans or livestock with the exception of birds, quail and occasionally chickens. He integrated immediately with our Wire Fox Terrier and German Shepherd."

A brown with white Small Greek Domestic Dog is sleeping on a recliner chair next to a person wearing a pink robe.