Top 10 Rarest Dog Breeds in the World

#7 Mudi

Mudi is a Hungarian shepherd dog. They are very energetic, excellent at managing large herds, they are also used as an assistant when hunting big game, in rescue operations or for finding drugs.

There are only a few thousand Mudi dogs in the world today.

#8 Norwegian Lundehund

Lundehund is a dog from the north coast of Norway known as a perfect hunter for the Atlantic Tupiks. This is the oldest dog breed. Lundehund has six toes on each foot, prick ears that it can control at will, and the ability to tip its head backward to touch its backbone. These dogs are small, very intelligent and energetic, with an obedient and independent temperament. By the middle of the 20th century, representatives of the breed were lived only on the island of Veröy. The breed’s popularity is very low - there are no more than two thousand dogs worldwide, i.e.500 ones live in Norway.

#9 Azawakh

Azawakh is a greyhound dog known for the agile and cat-like gait. For centuries this breed has been used by nomads of South Sahara to hunt gazelles and other desert animals.

Azawakh is a very rare dog breed outside West Africa.

#10 Fila de São Miguel Dog

Fila de São Miguel Dog (Saint Miguel Cattle Dog) is a large dog breed originating on São Miguel Island in the Azores, Portugal. The breed was originally used as a herding dog for working with cattle.

This breed is regarded as a rare. There are less than 3 thousand dogs registered worldwide.

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