This canine breed certainly has some curious quirks! Norwegian Lundehunds are very flexible, particularly in their necks.
They have the ability to bend their necks backward. This skill comes in handy when catching birds! Lundehunds also have six toes per foot. This gives them a better grip as they run across various terrains.
Catahoula Leopard Dog
Who said only cats climb trees? The Catahoula Leopard Dogs, like their feline frenemies, are skilled tree climbers.
Their tree-scaling abilities not only make them great hunting companions but also proficient search and rescue canines. They're also easy to...spot! Why? Their spotty coats of course.
This breed's superpower is not its endlessly entertaining name (although it could be). Labradoodles' special feature is that they're hypoallergenic.
It means that they don't shed their fur, which makes them the perfect poodle for those with sensitive noses and allergies.
This prestigious breed has many traits that make for an outstanding four-legged companion. Salukis have excellent eyesight, even preferring to hunt prey using their sight as opposed to their sense of smell, unlike most canines. However, what the Saluki breed is best known for is their whimsical beauty.
Salukis' graceful appearance has inspired and appeared on various forms of artwork for generations, dating back approximately 6,000 years. Now that's some good-looking genes!
What do you get when you mix the loyal German Shepherd breed with the strong and agile Carpathian Wolf? You get the Czechoslovak Wolfdog.
These wolfdogs have a balanced blend of pack (which usually includes their owners if trained correctly) prioritization and wolf-like stamina. It's no wonder they are commonly used as search and rescue dogs.