1. The Pug
The Pug is a breed of dog with physically distinctive qualities of a wrinkled, short-muzzled comical face, and curved tail weighing about 15-18 pounds, 10 inches to 1 ft. 2 inches tall and 13-18 years of lifespan.
This breed is of fine, glossy coat which comes in a variety of different colours, most often black, and a compact square-shaped body with well-developed muscles.This breed is evolved from China which has strong, straight legs set well under the body and a tail that curls round over the hip.
2. The Cockapoo
The Cockapoo is considered as a low non-shedding dog and does not have a strong doggy odor either. Cockapoo which is popularly known as the Spoodle, Cock-a-poo is a mix breed of Cocker spaniel either American or English, with the poodle types. It has a nature of Joyful and likes to do the agility course and perform tricks. The average lifespan of Cockapoo is for 12-15 years.
There are 3 sizes of poodle whereas 3 sizes of cockapoo too, which is known as the smallest reaching dog with a maximum height of 10 inches tall and weighing 12 pounds. Cockapoo initial cost annually including all medical procedure cost $450-$550 and annual medical cost including vaccinations, check-ups also cost approximately same as regular one.
3. The Bassador
Hybrids which is a new feature of evolution these days in dog world hence, particularly Bassador really do not have a history and often we do not know exactly who consciously bred these dogs involved. She is a giant dog weighing 40 to 60 pounds nearly and is 15 – 18 inches in height.
The Bassador is a very lovely genial mixed breed having a large dog expected of lifespan to live between 10 to 12 years and weights about 50-70 pounds. These dogs are the breed groups of sporting and hunting majorly. Their talents may include competitive obedience, hunting, agility. Her name may also be spelled as ‘Basador.’
4. The Xoloitzcuintli
The Mexican breed Xoloitzcuintli isn’t just a strange/ unusual looking pup, it is also very rare these days! It is also called sometimes as Mexican hairless. These adorable dogs have been regarded as almost holy by the Aztecs and Mayans and were also considered to be possessive of healing qualities.
This breed is completely funny, but it sounds more humorous when folks try to pronounce its name. It reaches 1 foot, 6 inches to 1 foot, 11 inches tall at the shoulder, weighing 10-50 pounds and lifespan of 14-20 years.
5. The American Eskimo Dog
With shaggy white body, the American Eskimo Dog does look like he just came straight out from an igloo. But he actually has a different unique origin.The American Eskimo Dog is a breed of confederate originating in Germany, but not in America.
These breed of dogs are regarded as tricky nature and used to travel in circuses the 19th century, and were easily trainable and capable of performing entertaining agility stunts. Like the Poodle, the American Eskimo Dog comes in three sizes; standard, miniature, and toy. The standard, though, usually weighs no more than 35 pounds.
6. Chinese Crested
The Chinese crested dog is also called a hairless breed of dog which is created to be an invalid’s ally.The exact origin of these breeds are unknown but they are believed to come from African Hairless Dogs, later which is reduced in the size.They can almost read human's mind and will lie in bed for hours without moving the body.
Chinese Crested is not convivial, but intensely they are socio-bond and quickly they don’t accept strangers that easily. They come in two different varieties, with and without Fur. All Chinese Crested contain two different alleles of a gene which means they are heterozygous. Having 12-14 years of lifespan, although some have been known to live much longer, they reach the height of 10-13 inches tall & 4-5 Kg weight.
7. Brussels Griffon
The smart and cheerful Brussels Griffon has a terrier-like grain and is known for his almost human expressions. Griffons doting breed comes in a variety of colors, including red, belge (black and reddish brown), black and tan. Brussels Griffon breed makes a good watchdog and can be taught to perform a variety of tricks and illusions.
Griffon is better with children in supervision and with other dogs too. It needs a weekly grooming and seasonal shedding which gains a height of 7-10 inches, the lifespan of 10-12 years and weighing 8-10 pounds.
8. The Dandie Dinmont Terrier
The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is considered as a small dog with a unique appearance evolved from Scotish breed of terrier families. This small dog, with a rectangular body and is taller and a typical "topknot" of hair on his head, had been the breed for many years. As from the source, Dandies are lent on the breed as a character of a certain novelist.
Dandie Dinmonts are the unusual looking dog and are also becoming rare. Dissimilar from most terriers, Dandies have got many muzzled in its shape. They typically are 8-11 inches tall and weigh 18 to 24 pounds. Dandies are well enough with children's and some other pets.
9. Neapolitan Mastiff
The giant Neapolitan Mastiff, also known as the Mastino is the rolling gait of this unique breed which might be described as lumbering, but there's no mistaking the power in each stride. The male Neapolitan Mastiff measure 26–31 inches (66–79 cm) at the withers, weighing 130–155 pounds (60-70 kg), whereas females measure 24–29 inches (61–74 cm) and weighing 110–130 pounds (50–60 kg).
The Neapolitan Mastiff is large, powerful and dangerous. Their bodies are covered in the loose skin with a coat black, mahogany.Neapolitan Mastiffs is of the massive breed which is often used as a defender of the family due to their protective instincts and their fearsome appearance.
10. The Bergamasco Shepherd
The Bergamasco Sheepdog is up of muscular, strong-boned shaped with a large head and is the breed of dogs having the origin of Italian. The Bergamasco Sheepdog is an ancient breed dog of at least 2000 years old.
Its lifespan is expected about 13-15 years, where male sheepdog height varies 58-62 Cm, female height of 54-58 Cm. and weight of 32-38 Kg & 26-32 alternatively. The Bergamasco coat full textures require very little care, except for occasional bathing.The Bergamasco Sheepdog is best suited for seasonal to cold climates.