This strong and sturdy dog comes from the family of Belgian herders, and this one is the rarest. One of the most distinguishing things about this dog is the blackening around the nose, which indicates a sharp and keen sense of observation. These dogs are pretty fierce watchdogs with their protective nature.
The Laekenois takes a while to warm up to strangers but becomes friendly with passing time. If If you adopt a Laekonis, be sure to keep it active; otherwise, it can get grouchy.
Romanian Mioritic Shepherd Dog
Belonging to the LGD group - Livestock Guarding Dog, these dogs are incredibly reliable and loyal to their owners. While these are great qualities, they are accompanied by more aggressive traits. Fiercely protective, these dogs can easily mistrust strangers very.
It's because of its temperament that these dogs get basic training and a strong sense of discipline instilled in them. Their high energy requires them to be walked daily. These dogs need large spaces to roam free and a lot of exercise.
The Thai Ridgeback, with its sleek and athletic build, can be formidable hunters and guard dogs. Without an experienced dog owner, these dogs can get out of hand pretty quickly. They require a great deal of assertiveness and patience. Consistency is key.
The Ridgeback thrives on independence and self-sufficiency. They are naturally inclined to hunt for their own food and are highly intelligent. It's safe to say that this breed is no lap dog, so if you're looking for a pettable pooch, look elsewhere.
Korean Jindo Dog
Bred on Jindo Island in Korea, the Jindo is a hunting dog that’s well known for its bravery and loyalty. Of course, hunting dog instincts mixed with bravery make a particularly nasty dog, especially if it isn’t trained properly.
Like most breeds of primitive dogs, the Jindo is quite stubborn, which means it can be hard to train. Inexperienced trainers may find that the Jindo is more than they can handle. Because of this, most of these dogs are left untrained, unpredictable, and aggressive.
Russian Black Terrier
The Russian Black Terrier has a particularly gruesome past. This is a fairly new breed of dog, having been bred in the 1920s. Another fact is that they hardly shed, which is good for those who suffer from allergies. As far as research shows, the Russian Black Terrier is apparently the only dog that has ever been bred specifically to hunt humans.
It was bred in the former Soviet Union as a dog specifically used to keep prison camp detainees in line. Now, the Russian Black Terrier makes a particularly stunning guard dog, though it’s dangerous past should always be kept in mind.