It may appear that every person going down the street has a dog, but you will not find these unique dog breeds on every sidewalk. Some are from distant lands, while others have unusual characteristics such as extra digits or talents such as truffle hunting. The Tibetan Mastiff is a massive dog with a regal bearing and a “solemn but kind expression” with an outstanding double coat. The Tibetan Mastiff’s aloof, observant, and independent character makes it an outstanding guardian breed but a hesitant participation in structured activities such as obedience. Swedish Vallhunds are athletic dogs who excel in obedience, agility, tracking, herding, and flyball, as well as being a farm dog used for herding. The “small, powerful, brave” breed is available in a variety of colors and tail lengths ranging from bobtail (no tail) to full curl tail. The Bedlington Terrier resembles a lamb due to its curly and pale-colored wool coat. However, this breed is far more athletic than it appears, and it was traditionally utilized for racing and catching vermin. Its sleek build contributes to its speed and endurance.
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