6 Cute Breeds of Dog Most People Don’t Know Actually Exist

The World today is full of adorable and lovely dogs. Many of these dogs breed are not common and are unique to specific continents/country. This pieces will list some of the world most uncommon dog breeds.

1. Hairless Chinese Crested.
The Chinese crested dog is a hairless breed of dog. The Chinese Crested is an exotic-looking small dog who does not actually hail from China. It comes in two varieties, with and without fur. Regardless of variation, the Crested is a slender, finely boned dog who is elegant and graceful. He’s a beauty, although he tends to win Ugly Dog Contests more often than other competitors. He’s your basic big dog in a small, sometimes naked-looking body.
Hairless Chinese Crested

2. The Bolognese.
The Bolognese belongs to a family of dogs that include the Bichon Frise, Maltese, Havanese, and Coton de Tulear. These breeds have a similar appearance and very similar temperament and behavior. The Bolognese is a small breed of dog of the bichon type, originating in Italy.They love attention, and make good house pets.
Bolengese dog

3. The African Wild dog.
Is Mostly found in Africa continent. It can also know as African hunting dog, or African painted dog. According research, conservationists believe that only 2,500 to 5,000 remain alive. They can also be found in woodland and mountainous habitats where their prey lives.

4. Azawakh Dog. The breed hails from the Sahel region of Africa, a desert area that encompasses parts of Mali and Niger, including a region called the Azawakh Valley. Its loyal sighthound with a protective streak, then the svelte and very elegant.

5. Bergamasco Dog. The entire dog is covered with an abundant coat that forms mats. As Hairy and soft it looks, The Bergamasco is a muscular, heavy-boned herding dog with a large head and a thick tail that hangs down to the hock and curves slightly upward at the end. That long mop of hair protects her eyes from the sun and her skin from mosquito bites.

6. Chinook. Chinook best known for his love of children. His name means “warm winter winds” in the Inuit language, and he lives up to it. He excels at mushing, hiking, sledding and skijoring, a winter sport in which a person on skis is pulled by dogs.
chinook dog

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