uncommon dog breeds
English coonhound English coonhounds, known as redticks because to their red markings, accompanied settlers to the US in the 17th and 18th centuries
Spinefly Known for its fox-like head, the Australian kelpie is a lean, strong sheepdog. They are energetic, competent, and co-dependent, loving to play.
Peruvian Inca orchids can have short, silky hair or be hairless save for crests on their heads and tails. This dog breed has been depicted since the first millennium
Bolognese The Bologna-born Bolognese has a boxier torso than the Maltese. Bolognese, another historical breed, were treasured Renaissance gifts.
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Cesky terrier The Czech Republic's official dog is the Cesky terrier, sometimes known as a Bohemian or Czech terrie
Grand basset griffon French big basset griffon vendéens accompany gun hunters and are known for their hunting skills.
Dandie Dinmont terrier. The Dandie Dinmont terrier is named after Sir Walter Scott's Guy Mannering figure. The novel's Dinmont is a farmer with breed-standard tiny terriers.
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