5 Weirdest Dog Breeds From Around The World

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5 Weirdest Dog Breeds From Around The World

According to a survey, 70% of America’s population owns a dog. Some have them as their true companions while others have them as their child’s care-takers. Well who doesn’t love living with a dog? After all, dog is a man’s best friend! Among sundry dog breeds, PITBULLS BIBLE presents you 5 weirdest of all breeds of dogs you will ever see!

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5: Xoloitzcuintli

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Also called as the Mexican Hairless, these dogs are noisy and aggressive until the age of 2after which they calm down and develop loyalty. They are extremely attentive to owners and need a lot of personal interaction.

 

4: Peruvian Inca Orchid

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Nicknamed as PIO, these dogs are lively, inquisitive and easy to live with. They are smart and alert so can easily be trained. Though they are hairless, they may have short hair on top of their head.

 

3: Puli

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Famous for their long, corded coat, Pulis are hard-working herding dogs that are also excellent family companions. These dogs are very intelligent and are famous for their distinctive coat.

 

2: Neapolitan Mastiff

 

Also known as Mastino, these are large ancient dogs that are used a guard and defender of family. They are one of the biggest dogs in dog breeds and can weigh up to 120 pounds. They became famous after appearing in Harry porter.

 

1: Chinese Crested

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This hairless breed of dog is not from china and is simply named so. They come in two varieties, with and without fur. These dogs were surprisingly ranked 6th in the list of ugliest dogs!

 

There are far more breeds than we see in our daily lives in parks and public places and these can be as weird as one can imagine! Do SHARE if you found this interesting.