Top Ten Strange-Looking Dogs

By Joann

September 10, 2014 Real Life No comments

Bedlington Terrier

Top Ten Strange-Looking Dogs - Bedlington Terrier

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The Bedlington Terrier can make heads turn with its lamb-like coat. This dog is named after a mining town in North East England.

Azawakh

Top Ten Strange-Looking Dogs - Azawakh

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Typically found in Africa, the Azawakh is a dog breed distinct for its size and height. Its among the fastest dog runners (it can run like a wind).

 

Puli

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Puli is a small to medium-sized dog famous for its thick coat composed of long and tight curls.

 

Bergamasco Shepherd

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The Bergamasco Sheepdog is one of the oldest dog breeds. This dog stands out for its shabby and thick coat.

Russian Borzoi

Top Ten Strange-Looking Dogs - Russian Borzoi

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The Russian Borzoi is similar to a Greyhound as it has a narrow, dome-shaped head and slender body.

Affenpinscher

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Yes, this is a dog though it looks like a cat at a glance. The Affenpinscher, also known as the “monkey dog”, is a small dog known for its shaggy coat and monkey-like expression.

 

Bull Terrier

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Its muscular built makes a Bull Terrier looks fierce but this dog breed is one of the friendliest dog breeds out there.

 

Xoloitzcuintli

Top Ten Strange-Looking Dogs - Xoloitzcuintli

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If you’re a fan of hairless dogs, then you will love the Xoloitzcuintli. Also known as the Mexican hairless dog, this dog comes different sizes.

 

Peruvian Inca Orchid

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The Peruvian Inca Orchid is another breed of hairless dog. This is said to originate from the pre-Inca culture.

 

Chinese Crested

Top Ten Strange-Looking Dogs - Chinese Crested

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Unlike other hairless dog breeds, the Chinese Crested dog comes in two varieties: with and without fur. Which one would you prefer?

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