Another distinct dog breed is the Pug. It is a small unique breed of dog with a wrinkly, short muzzled face. The breed is often summarized as multum in parvo (much in little), describing the Pug’s remarkable personality despite its small size.
2. White Schnauzer
One peculiar breed of dog is the White Schnauzer, one of four FCI recognized color varieties of the Miniature Schnauzer. It is also the rarest color of the miniature schnauzers.
Whippet is a peculiar breed of hound or sporting dog that hunt by sight not by scent. They are active and playful and are physically similar to a small greyhound.
The Puli is one of the most distinct breeds of dog. It’s a Hungarian sheepdog that has a long dense coat of hair that falls naturally into heavy corded belts. The tight curls of the coat, similar to dreadlocks, make it virtually waterproof.
5. Welsh Corgi
The Corgi is the smallest dog in the Herding Group. It is one of the oldest herding breeds. Like most herding breeds, Welsh corgis are active, intelligent and athletic dogs, despite their short legs and stocky body. The short legs may seem to be a disadvantage, but they can run and jump just as well as any other dog of comparable size.
6. Tamaskan Dog
This dog is not a wolf although it resembles a wolf. This breed of domestic dog originating from Finland known to excel in agility, obedience and working trials, along with its ability to pull sleds due to its Husky and Malamute ancestors is called the Tamaskan dog. Morphologically, it is the most wolf-like dog with no recent wolf ancestry.
7. Canadian Eskimo Dog
These handsome-looking breed of dog are called the Canadian Eskimo Dogs, a larger breed of Arctic dogs. This breed of dog is often considered to be the oldest and rarest remaining purebred indigenous domestic canine in North America. Although once used as a common method of transportation in the Canadian Arctic, it has become increasingly rare as snowmobiles tend to be faster and more efficient.
8. Mexican Hairless Dog
One of the most unusual breed of dogs is the Mexican Hairless Dog. It is a rare, hairless breed whose size varies greatly. It is also known as Xoloitzcuintli, Xoloitzcuintle (in English pronounced, or Xolo for short, or Mexican Hairless. This breed is perfect for people whohave allergies on dog’s hair.
9. Irish Wolfhound
Do you want to have the tallest dog as a pet? The Irish Wolfhound is well suited for your taste because it is the tallest breed of dog in the world. The name originates from its purpose (wolf hunting) rather than from its appearance.
10. Alaskan Malamute
The Alaskan Malamute is a large breed of domestic dog originally bred for use as an Alaskan sled dog and is often mistaken for a Siberian Husky.