The Strangest Dogs in the World

Let’s see now, a short list of the strangest dogs in the world!

Norsk Lundehund

The Norwegian Lundehund is a small dog. The Lundehund has a great range of motion in its joints. Dogs of this breed are able to bend their head backwards along their own spine and turn their forelegs to the side at a 90-degree horizontal angle to their body. Their pricked, upright ears can be folded shut to form a near-tight seal by folding forward or backward. The Norwegian Lundehund is a polydactyl: instead of the normal four toes per foot, the Lundehund normally has six toes, all fully formed, jointed and muscled.



Xoloitzcuintli. It’s pronounced “show-low-eetz-kweent-lee.” Or take the easy way out and just call him the “show-low.” He’s also known as the Mexican Hairless.
The usually hairless is as exotic, interesting, and clever as his name.


Chinese Crested Dog

The Chinese Crested dog breed was created to be an invalid’s companion. They can almost read your mind and will lie in bed for hours without moving a muscle. They have almost no desire to go out and run around like regular dogs. Chinese Cresteds are not gregarious, but they are intensely social and bond quickly within their pack.



Komondor´s appearance is unusual. Robust body almost square, only slightly rectangular format covers felting, strands forming dense and long hair. Height at withers , male , min. 70 cm and for females min. 65 cm. Weight of body , male is 50-60 kg , females and between 40 – 50 kg.



The Puli is a hardworking herding dog and family companion.
This moplike dog breed hailing from Hungary appears much larger than he is due to that distinctive coat.
Best known for his long, corded coat resembling dreadlocks.


Catahoula Cur

The Catahoula Leopard Dog is a medium-large, short-coated dog, known for its many varied coat and eye colors and patterns. The word catahoula is of Choctaw origin and is translated to mean “sacred lake.” Catahoulas are the only breed of dog to have historically originated in the state of Louisiana.


Neapolitan Mastiff

The Neapolitan Mastiff is large and powerful. Their bodies are covered in loose skin with a coat that can either be black, blue, mahogany or tawny.
The Neapolitan Mastiff is fearless and extremely protective of its home and family. They prefer to be with their family. The Neapolitan Mastiff rarely barks unless under provocation.


Bedlington terrier

The Bedlington Terrier is named for its place of origin which is Bedlington, England. The body shape looks like a sideways S with curvy contours. He bears a similarity to a standard sized poodle, but the grey coat is truly as thick as sheep’s wool with tight curls.
It’s an interesting breed with a quite bizarre appearance.


Russian Borzoi

The borzoi ( literally “fast”), also called the Russian wolfhound , is a breed of domestic dog. Descended from dogs brought to Russia from central Asian countries.



The name Affenpinscher means “monkey-like terrier.” Originating in Germany. Dog whose intelligence and demeanor make it a good house pet. The breed was developed to rid the kitchens, granaries and stables of rodents.


Bull Terrier

The English bull terrier is a breed whose ancestry is tied to dog fighting in England – although it was not developed or used for this purpose.


French Bulldog

Created in England to be a miniature Bulldog, he accompanied English lacemakers to France, where he acquired his Frenchie moniker.

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