The Azawakh is a slender and elegant sighthound originating from West Africa. They are known for their exceptional speed and agility, making them excellent hunting and coursing dogs.
This breed hails from Thailand and is recognized for the distinctive ridge of hair that runs in the opposite direction of their coat. They are loyal, protective, and known for their agility.
Also known as the Turkish Pointer, the Catalburun is unique for its split or divided nose, which is a rare genetic trait. They are skilled hunters and retrievers, primarily used for hunting game birds in Turkey.
The Norwegian Lundehund is an ancient breed developed for hunting puffins and other seabirds on the Norwegian coast.
The Xoloitzcuintli, often referred to as the Xolo or Mexican Hairless Dog, is one of the oldest and rarest dog breeds in the world.
Otterhounds are large, shaggy dogs with a keen sense of smell. They were originally bred in England for hunting otters but are now quite rare.
The Bergamasco Shepherd is known for its unique coat, which forms into naturally occurring mats or "flocks." They were originally used as herding dogs in the Italian Alps.
While not extremely rare, Tibetan Mastiffs are special due to their impressive size and ancient lineage.