10 Of The World's Rarest Dog Breeds You Didn't Know Existed! (Part 2)

As dog lovers, we know that it’s nearly impossible to pick your favorite breed because all dogs are created perfectly. Not one dog has “better” qualities than the other because they’re perfect.

So in such a situation, if someone were to ask me what my favorite breed was, I’d say dog. Just sums it up, I think! Here are some of the world’s rarest dog breeds that you didn’t know existed! If you did, comment below! Here’s Part 1, in case you missed it.

1. Norwegian Lundehund

These alert and super energetic dogs nearly went extinct after the Second World War, and although they still exist, they’re not very commonly found. These dogs are now protected by Norwegian Law. That is one adorable pup!

2. Thai Ridgeback

Outside Thailand, you’re rarely going to find this breed, the oldest and rarest in the world! Look at that toothy smile!

3. Estrela Mountain Dog

Originating from Portugal, these dogs are one of the oldest breeds from the Iberian Peninsula!

4. Otterhound

There are less than 800 of these dogs in the world today, and in 1978 they became a protected species. Thanks to two Otter dog parents, this breed is still alive! Look at the cute face! Aww!! My heart just exploded!

5. Xoloitzcuintli

This Mexican hairless dog is called the first dog of the Americas and they are the world’s oldest and rarest dogs! Also, they are considered as the official dog of Mexico.

Have you ever come across these beauties? Let us know in the comments!

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