Rare Dog Breeds You Never Knew Existed

The Sahel-born Azawakh resembles a Greyhound or Whippet. Lean and athletic, Azawakhs are playful and friendly.

Norwegian puffin egg hunters employed this little spitz breed. It has six toes on each foot and can cover its ears to keep out water and debris

The large British Otterhound hunts well. Long, scratchy fur is good for swimming in cold water and scenting wildlife.

Italian water retrievers are Lagotto Romagnolois. It is intelligent, active, affectionate, and loves to work. The species uses its keen sense of smell to find truffles in the ground.

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Dutch Stabyhouns were originally bred as farm and hunting dogs. It loves water and swimming, is smart, loyal, and brave. Its scenting abilities make it great at land and water tracking

American sled dog breed Chinook was developed in the early 1900s. Strength, speed, intelligence, and friendliness define it. Sledding, skijoring, and carting suit Chinooks' stamina and loyalty.

Thai Ridgebacks are smart, medium-sized dogs with protective instincts. The loyal and fearless guard is effective without being aggressive.

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