Top 10 Most Bizarre Dog Breeds
The 10 Most Unusual Dog Breeds
There are several distinctive dog breeds running around the world today each with their unique and unusual looks.
I assure you, there is a dog in this picture. The Puli is a Hungarian herding and livestock guardian, extremely famous for its long, corded coat. Although they look more like mops than puppies, they are very hard workers and their coats are waterproof, making it suitable for them to work in wet climate.
Cambodian Razorback Dog
The Cambodian Razorback, a long-haired ridgeback dog, is native to a little zone of Cambodia, from the Lao border to the capital, Phnom Penh. A larger dog, Razorbacks can weigh up to 60 lbs and grow vertically to about 20 inches at the shoulders. The ridge itself is typically more than 2 inches long, standing up like a mohawk along the back of the spine. Good natured, intelligent and friendly, Cambodian razorbacks are loyal guard dogs adept at hunting.
The Affenpinscher is a small breed of dog that has unique personality and a stout and hardy physical appearance. The breed is known for its terrier-like hunting ability and athletic qualities, and also for its almost monkey-like face and incredible array of expressions. Despite the fact that a small breed, the Affenpinscher is not delicate or frail, rather they are strong, light-footed and great hunters.
The Bergamasco is an Italian herding dog known for its long felted coat. Unlike the corded coat of the Puli, the Bergamasco’s coat lies flat in mats. The breed is still utilized as a herding and livestock guardian in the Italian Alps, where it originated.