These peculiar pooches are known for their dietary preferences. Bakharwal dogs, also known as Kashmiri Sheep Dog, are vegetarian!
You won’t catch a Barkharwal snacking on a meaty treat. Instead, they prefer milk and bread. Their distaste for flesh makes them the ultimate trustworthy guard dog for farmers and animal breeders alike. You’ll rest assured that your Bakharwal dog will only protect your property and not take a bite out of it.
New Guinea Singing Dog
If you're in need of a four-legged duet partner, look no further than the New Guinea singing dog. This canine breed has some vibrant vocalizations that will make anyone or any dog turn their head.
The New Guinea Singing Dog is known for its high-pitched howls. If you're a music lover, a pack of the breed is even better! Why? Well when one dog starts its distinctive howl, other new Guinea singing dogs will join in. It's known as a "Chorus Howling." We want front-row seats!
Basset Hounds' most recognizable feature has to be their large floppy ears. What may come as a surprise is that hearing is not where Basset Hounds shine. Their superpower is actually their strong sense of smell.
Their ears act as scent collectors and help fan smells towards their noses. This also makes them proficient predators. They've been used as hunting dogs since the 16th century.
To say that this breed is fearless is an understatement. Ever wondered why Dalmatians are firefighters' best friends? It's because they aren't fire-phobic! They stay cool and collected in front of a fiery blaze.
Back in the day, when fire trucks were horse-drawn carriages, Dalmatians were brought along to keep the equines relaxed. Turns out that Dalmatians aren't afraid of horses either, in fact, they often befriend them. Talk about a fiery friendship!
It's not a tall tale that Irish Wolfhounds are the tallest breed on the planet. They clock in at approximately 32 inches, or 7 feet tall on their hind legs! Since Irish wolfhounds are a particularly loyal and obedient breed, if you train them correctly they can help retrieve objects that may be hard to reach.
They also have a keen hunting sense and are the perfect companion to help you hunt prey perched in high places