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Nowadays people are becoming animal lovers, many people have become conscious, they now understand that even animals have the same rights on this earth as human beings which is a very good thing. Many people like to keep birds while many people like animals like dogs, cats, puppies as pets.

Dogs are more likely to be kept as pets. So you may have seen many types of dogs but have you ever heard or seen about some of the weirdest dogs in the world?

So let’s know about some of these types of dogs: 

 

Bergamasco Shepherd:- 

 

Bergamasco Shepherd

 

Excessive amounts of wool are found on their body, it protects them from cold and weather. Originally it is a species of Italy. Their life period is 13 – 15 years. It is found in Light Fan, Black, Silver-Gray, Fan, Black & Brown, Gray, Merle, Color.

 

Affenpinscher:- 

Affenpinscher

This species is also known as Monkey Terrier. Its height is 9 to 11 inches. These dogs are usually quiet but when provoked then may it exhibits fire. Its average lifespan is 12 to 14 years. In nature they are fearless And it is found in colors like Gray, Silver, Belgium, Red Black, Tan.

 

Bedlington Terrier:-                                                             

Bedlington Terrier

At first glance, it looks like this is a dog or a goat? Dogs of this species are small and can grow up to 18 inches in height. It weighs 17 to 23 pounds. They live an average of 12 to 14 years.

Bedlington Terrier:-                              

Bull Terrier

Because its head is shaped like an egg, it is listed out in exotic species. Originally this terrier family is from England. It is also polite, loving, and playful with family members. It is also strong and aggressive.

 

 

Chow Chow:- 

Chow Chow

This dog breed is from northern China. The name chow-chow means the puffy-lion dog. Its size and shape are similar to the lion. By nature, they are Independent, Quiet, Loyal. Its average life expectancy is 9 to 15 years. 

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