Five Strange Dogs Breed Americans Can't Live Without

Dogs are one of the most popular and well-liked pets to have not only in America but all around the world. Their adorable nature and unconditional affection help make them a people favorite for several individuals and families. Even though each and every dog in our giant world is indeed unique in their own way, all breeds are not the same. Some dog breeds are far more well-liked than others. There are dog breeds so exotic that they have even the most strange members of the dog-loving community in the surprise of their existence. The following are the 5 most strange dog breeds American can’t live without.


The Chinese Crested: This toy breed is mostly hairless with the exception of a small patch of long silky fur sprouting from the tops of their heads, and a few strands at the end of their tails and paws. These dogs could easily be rock stars with a do like that. Their superbly soft delicate skin is usually dark in pigment differing from the small bunches of fur they grow, which is usually white. Also, Chinese Crested dogs are good for more than just their looks; they are also skilled rodent hunters used on ships to ward off rats. These tiny, tough, travelers are certainly one of the most exotic breeds you can find.


Thai Ridgebacks: Though these dogs are mainly used for their guarding abilities but their superior good looks are undeniable. Their most distinctive visual trait is the ridge along their back of fur that grows in the opposite direction of the rest of their coats, hence the origin of such a name. However, the coloring of Ridgebacks certainly contributes to their unique aesthetics. Their short solid coats are most commonly a rich blue-gray, perfect black, or a striking red and they have no undercoat, just one single layer of stiff fur.


The Mi-Ki: even its name is exotic. Weighing in at an average of five pounds, these dogs are mainly fur. Their long silky feathered coats delicately blow in the wind as they trot along. The Mi-Ki's most visually striking feature would be their ears. This long flowing fur also grows from Mi-Ki's perky upright ears making them resemble wings. These tiny exotic lapdogs are simply angelic.


The Tibetan Mastiff this breed is impressive due to its height and weight. Tibetan Mastiffs can be up to 180 lbs and stand as tall as 32 inches. That's massive for a dog. Also, most Mastiffs have short coats; but this unique breed is extremely fluffy, so much so that their fur almost hides their faces. While these dogs are great family pets and are highly protective, they are quite costly to feed and contain. Perhaps a pony might be a rivaling choice. The American 

: This breed is very much like a Jack Russell without fur. Like all terriers, this dog is relatively small and its hairless skin can be a variety of colors and color combinations. Naturally, their skin is sensitive to the sun and must be treated with sunblock before an afternoon walk in the park. The bright side is these dogs give you the perfect excuse to dress them up. So even though owning a dog is an extremely common move families make, these five exotic breeds leave room for some personal creativity and quirkiness. Without a doubt, there are dogs out there suitable for any household regardless of how diverse or eccentric they may be.

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