Top 7 Rare Dogs Breeds You Never Knew

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Top 7 Rare Dogs Breeds You Never Knew

 

Rare Dogs Breeds

 

Are you looking for a new toy for your four-legged friend? If so, you should check out rare dogs breeds. They have interesting histories and quirky personalities, making them ideal for your four-legged friend.

Some of the most popular rare dogs breeds are the Chinook, English foxhound, Inca Orca sighthound, Sloughi, and other unique creatures. Read on to learn more about these fascinating breeds.

 

Kai Ken

 Kai Ken

The Kai Ken is a rare dogs breed from Japan, and was brought to the United States by servicemen stationed there. Known by a variety of names, Kai Kens are distinguished by their striking red, black, and gray brindle coloration. These dogs can grow up to 55 pounds and exhibit constant energy. The Kai Ken is a very loyal dog, and their loyal nature makes them a wonderful pet for families with children.

 

English foxhound

English foxhound

If you’re looking for a very unique dog breed, consider the English Foxhound. These dogs are well known for their beautiful, long-hanging ears, large brown eyes, and powerful legs.

Their flat, full-sized head is described as having a “full-bodied appearance”. They typically weigh between sixty and seventy pounds and stand about 22 inches tall. You’ll need to provide plenty of exercise for an English Foxhound, which is why this breed is so ideal for a rural environment.

 

Inca Orca sighthound

Inca Orca sighthound

The Peruvian Inca Orchid is a sighthound that developed in ancient Peru. Originally used for medicinal and religious duties, this breed is now a recognized and official dog of Peru. It is also considered one of the world’s noblest breeds, making it an excellent companion. There are three sizes of Inca Orchid puppies – medium, large, and extra-large. And although they are generally hairless, they are known to have varying coat colors.

 

Sloughi

Sloughi dog

The Sloughi is a rare dog breed that originated in North Africa. They are similar in appearance to greyhounds but are a bit more sensitive to harsh training. Due to their nature, they require lots of exercise and a secure yard to play in. Often confused with the Saluki, this breed can be very nervous around strangers, and isn’t ideal for a household with small children. However, they are generally well-behaved, intelligent, and noble.

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Belgian Laekenois

Belgian Laekenois

The Belgian Laekenois is a rare breed of dogs in the United States. Though this breed is recognized by the UKC, only a handful of litters were born in North America. They are a highly specialized dog, and a thorough understanding of the breed’s needs is necessary to care for and train them. They have strong aristocratic roots, and served as the protector of sheep at the Royal Castle of Laeken.

 

Catahoula Leopard Dog

Catahoula Leopard Dog

If you’re looking for a unique breed of dog, consider the Catahoula Leopard Dog. These dogs are known for their striking appearance and herding instinct. They thrive on having a job, and will work very hard to complete that task. The Catahoula Leopard Dog is also highly intelligent and enjoys obedience training.

The best training program for this breed is obedience training, as it requires patience and repetition. You’ll also need a big yard with a fence, and plenty of toys and activities for them to enjoy.

 

Xoloitzcuintli dog breed

Xoloitzcuintli dog breed

Xoloitzcuintlos are a rare dog breed from Mexico. They can be small to large and range in size from 10 to 23 inches. Unlike other dogs, Xolos are hairless. They are also described as being graceful and elegant. The smallest Xolo is called a toy in the United States and an intermediate in Mexico.

 

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