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5 Rare Dog Breeds In The World

Have you ever wondered how many breeds there are in existence all over the world? It is quite fascinating to discover various exemplary types of dog breeds that many of us do not come across at all. The rarity is caused due to many factors like ancient heritage, new development or other variable factors of behavior or genetics.

Here is a list of 5 breeds that are almost non-existent in most countries in the world:

1. Azawakh  - Found in Saharan and sub- Saharan regions of Africa, Azawakh is in the list of the oldest man-made breeds. Many argue that they are the originators of the sight hound breeds that we see many of these days.

 

 

2. Bedlington Terrier- You might mistake this dog for a lamb at first sight, so is their coat. Developed in the mining town of Bedlington in Northumberland, England. This breed is slowly getting recognition of late and is quite suitable for apartment living. However, they require substantial exercise.

 
 

3. Carolina Dog (American Dingo) - Carolina Dog is a  type of Pariah Dog which is native to the USA. Also known as American Dingo, this breed falls in the list of very few that are truly primitive. The Carolina Dog is a result of natural selection of survival and not formed from selective breeding as most of the dogs we see today.  

 

  

4. Catalburun - This unique breed can be called one the rarest breeds in the world. Known globally for its split-nose and thence the highly advanced sense of smell; Catalburun is virtually unknown outside of its native Turkey.

 

 

5. Chinook - A sled-dog breed developed in the New England region of the United States. Chinook’s rarity is only credited to the fact that the breed’s development was started in the early 20th century. They are also recognized as “New Hampshire State Dog”.

  

 

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