There are several breeds of dogs, some are made in nature and some are made by humans. The article aims to highlight some of the dog breeds with the most unique look. The article is filled with information and as each of the varieties comes with a high quality picture, along with a short description, this easily adds to the knowledge base of any dog lover. If you are planning to get a new pooch, then checking this article before you get one will be a nice option.
The article starts with the Red/Queensland Heeler mix dogs that come with brown colored pits on their white fur. The Catahoula Leopard Dog, which is believed to be the first variety of US bred dogs and are skilled hunters, even capable of climbing trees, come in the second. The third variety mentioned in the article is the Norwegian Lundehund; these dogs have 6 toes on each paw, which helps them to grip rocky mountain cliffs, and they have a highly flexible body. The fourth breed is the Peruvian Inca Orchid, which comes in a number of varieties; some are hairless, while some have a full coat. These dogs bear a strip of spiky hairs on their heads which make them different from others.
The fifth breed is the Brindle Greyhound and the Pulis or the Mop dogs make the 6thvariety in the article. The natural dreadlock matting in this breed starts at around 9 to 10 months of age, and gives them the distinctive look of fur, which helps in insulating their body from any type of harsh environment. The Rhodesian Ridgebacks bear a stripe of furs at the back grown in the opposite direction of the rest of the furs. The Harlequin Great Dane is described as another distinct breed in the article. The article also includes breeds like Australian Shepherds, Mudi, Borzoi, Bergamasco and Catalburun.