We know that you are quite excited after reading this headline. And probably you are more curious to know more about the exceptional dog breeds. Dogs have always been our best friends. And we have always wanted to adopt one out of the favorite breeds that are liked by all. These favorite dog breeds include German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Bulldog, Labrador, Pug, etc. But, what if we tell you that there are some rarest breeds of dogs in the world that will make you go crazy?
Yes, there exist some amazingly rare dog breeds that you would definitely want in your home as a pet. These mix-breeds are cute that they’ll confuse you about which one you should get for yourself. Dog lovers are probably more interested to get a sight of all such amazing dogs. And, thus we have curated pictures of more than 10 such rare dog breeds. Believe us! you will definitely find them cute.
Mudi is a Hungarian dog that has a life expectancy of about 13 to 14 years. It has the heart of a large dog but weighs only about 18 to 29 lbs. This intelligent, lively, and energetic dog has white spots on the body. The spots are generally found on the chest or toes.
#2 Tarsus Catalburun
This dog is also known as Turkey Pointer. It is also one of the rarest dog breeds that people usually want to have in their homes. This dog has a life expectancy of 10 to 13 years with about 30-55 lbs of weight. These dogs are loyal, calm, and athletic. They have derived their name due to a special trait of a double nose that resembles a fork.
#3 Norwegian Lundehund
As the name suggests, this dog originates from Norway. It has a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years and weight 20 to 30 lbs. They look like foxes six fully functional toes, extra paw pads, ears that fold shut, and an elastic neck.
Leonberger, one of the rarest dog breeds has an origin in Germany. It has a life expectancy of about 8 to 9 years and 90 to 160 lbs of weight. They are obedient, fearless, and loving. They also have a mane that usually appears at 2 to 3 years of age.
#5 Karelian Bear dog
Finland originated bear dog has a life expectancy of 11-13 years and weighs about 45-50 lbs. These dogs are brave, cautious, and independent. And they are usually used for hunting as they are tough.
#6 Icelandic Sheepdog
Originated from Iceland, this dog can live up to 12 to 15 years and weighs about 20-30 lbs. The fluffy dog is cheerful alert and inquisitive. They have a bushy tail that usually tends to curl up.
#7 New Guinea Singing dog
This intelligent, gentle, and lively dog originates from New Guinea. It has a life expectancy of 15 to 20 years and weighs about 20-30 lbs. As the name suggests, this rarest dog has exceptional vocal skills. Apart from this, it also possesses muscular legs, a broad head, triangular ears, a high, plumed tail with heavy feathering, and ovular eyes.
#8 Spanish Mastiff
It can live up to 10-12 years and weighs about 150-220 lbs. These dogs are self-assured, affectionate, and noble. And are wonderful protectors of their families.
#9 Swedish Vallhund
The watchful, energetic, and friendly Vallhund can live up to 12-15 years. It’s weight ranges between 20-30 lbs. These were previously also known as Viking dogs. They are all born with different tail lengths which makes them different from other dog breeds.
#10 Catahoula Leopard dog
This USA originated dog can live up to 10 to 14 years and weighs about 35-105 lbs. They are loving, independent, and gentle.
#11 Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
Originated from Canada, this retriever weighs about 37 to 50 lbs and can live for 10-14 years. They are gundogs who are loving, outgoing, and patient.
Kooikerhondje comes from the Netherlands, weighs about 19-24 lbs. This agile, affectionate, and intelligent dog can live for 12-14 years.
Stabyhoun too has its origin in the Netherlands. It can live for 13-14 years and weighs about 44-55 lbs. This dog is patient, devoted, and obedient. Thus, it is one of the five rarest dog breeds in the world.
#14 Swedish Lapphund
This lively, versatile, and affectionate dog can live for 12-14 years. It weighs about 42-46 lbs and has a thick furry coat. Therefore, it is equipped to survive in frigid temperatures.
The USA originated Chinook has a life expectancy of 13-15 years. They weigh 55-90 lbs and have a medium thickened coat. Thus, they are well suited to a northern climate of New Hampshire.
We know that after knowing about these exceptional dog breeds, you are probably planning to adopt one. But, unfortunately, the saddest part is these breeds are not so common and they are not found in all parts of the world. Thus, we won’t say you to go out and find yourself a cute breed out of them. However, if you can get one, we would say you are really lucky to get a real sight of these exceptional creations!