Rare Dog Breeds From Around The World
We all know that dogs are loyal and lovely. Everyone wants to have a pet which you can walk down the street with you.
But don’t get too excited yet, we’ll show you a list of rare dogs you might want to take home, however hard to find.
If you’re a dog lover who wants a unique kind of pet, these are the perfect breeds that go relatively unnoticed.
1. Catahoula Leopard Dog
Also known as the Louisiana Catahoula, originally named after the Catahoula Parish of Louisiana. This dog is believed to be the descendants of native north American wolf-like dogs.
Catahoula leopard dogs were traditionally used for hunting wild boar.
They are sometimes multi-colored or spotted with their spectacular eye colors like a leopard.
They can also be good family member dogs with consistent and proper training.
A rough-coated, large hunting breed originated in England. Like its name, Otterhound is very competent in the water. They have a strong nose, body, and mind is considered an excellent dog for otter hunting.
3. Swedish Vallhund
A dog breed native to Sweden. Swedish Vallhund dogs are athletic and obedient. They have a variety of colors and are tail. The name Vallhund means herding dog when translated into English.
Though Swedish Vallhund looks a lot like a Cardigan Welsh corgi, genetically, they’re not closely related.
4. Fila Brasileiro
Known for its excellent tracking ability, impetuous temperament, and aggressiveness. This large working dog originated from Brazil. Fila dogs don’t stop when commanded. So basically, they are a dangerous dog breed.
Fila Brasileiro are restricted in some countries, like Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and others.
5. Bergamasco Sheepdog
A herding dog is covered with an abundant coat like a mat, but they don’t shed and don’t need to be bathed. Bergamasco coats usually smell like a sweater when it gets wet.
They are typically muscular and heavy-boned, with their heads being larger than most dogs.
6. Chinese Crested
Don’t be surprised, but this little dog didn’t actually come from China. Based on the expert opinions, they originated from Central America.
People mistakenly thought that this rare breed was Asian back in the 18th century. These Chinese Crested dogs have two types, including hairless and powerpuff.
Azawakh dog breeds are naturally skinny. They are usually thin between the chest and legs. Much of their height is because of their long legs, which are the longest of any dog breeds relative to height.
Azawakh came from West Africa and was used as a sight-hound.
8. Norwegian Lundehund
Norwegian Lundehund are a small rectangular dog breed with distinctive characteristics hard to find in any breed. This includes six toes on every paw.
Considered as a very rare, Spitz-type breed originating in Norway. They are commonly used to retrieve and wrestle live puffin birds.
9. Thai Ridgeback
Thai Ridgeback is a very agile and natural athletic dog breed because of their muscular and streamlined body. This breed is also tough, active, and alert.
They can be aggressive if they get improper socialization. But they are usually intelligent and are loyal family dogs.
10. Canaan Dog
The Canaan Dog is believed to have survived in the desert region for thousands of years.
When raised with children, they are absolutely devoted to them and very protective. They were said to be used by Hebrews in biblical times to guard their flocks and campsites.
They can be protective and devoted if they are raised with children.
Saluki dogs commonly hunt by sight. The Saluki dog breed originated from Fertile Crescent. They are usually good with other dogs, quiet indoors, and gentle with children.
Although they are cousins of Greyhound dogs, Salukis are still faster than Greyhounds.
12. Peruvian Inca Orchid
Peruvian Inca Orchid is a sighthound from Peru. They have three sizes, small, medium and large. They are considered as smart, lively, agile, and alert.
These dogs are great hunters and are good in lure coursing.
13. Belgian Laekenois
Belgian Laekenois’ are one of the native dogs of Belgium. They are mostly alert, inquisitive, and intelligent dogs. Belgian Laekenois’ are herding dogs.
They are usually used to guard linen drying in the fields. These dogs can also be used to guard people and properties.
14. Cesky Terrier
The Cesky Terrier is considered the national dog of the Czech Republic. They are playful and very clever. Mostly they can be good protectors of children.
These dogs can also be walking buddies of their owner. In terms of work, they are more powerful but controllable than the usual kind of terrier.
15. Portuguese Podengo
Like other rare breeds, Portuguese Podengos are playful, agile, alert, and intelligent. But this breed isn’t easy to train.
They are sometimes loving with the family but independent and dangerous to strangers. Portuguese Podengo are available two sizes. The larger size hunts boar and deer while the medium-sized hunts rabbit.
They also have two coat types, which are wire-haired and smooth.
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