Top 10 World’s Rarest Dog Breeds You Might Not Know About!

  1. The Thai Ridgeback.

The Thai Ridgeback is a unique dog that originated from Thailand. It sports a ridge on its back and is obviously where the breed got its name. They are very protective pets that will fight off animals such as Cobras if it meant keeping their owners safe. Although gaining popularity especially to those who haven’t seen one, they are still considered as one of the world’s rarest dog breeds.

  1. The Azawakh.

The Azawakh is another world’s rarest dog breeds that originated in Africa. They are a rare sighthound but nonetheless as tall, slender, great hunters and runners like most sighthounds. This breed is usually aloof, quiet to live with and protective of their owners, but it takes a special person to care for an Azawakh.

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  1. The Lagotto Romagnolo.

This dog breed is an Italian dog that came from Romagna, as the name suggests. It’s a subregion found in the southeast of Italy. They were used as truffles hunters but were originally bred as water retrievers. Known for their wooly and curly furs and great disposition, this breed of fur babies are one of Italy’s oldest lineage of dogs.

  1. The Mudi.

A Mudi is a Hungarian herding dog. They are both great companions and workers. They may not be as popular as other Hungarian herding breeds which made their numbers a minimum, but they are unmatched when it comes to skills and work. Only a few thousands of Mudi exists nowadays, which is why they are considered to be among the world’s rarest dog breeds.

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