7 Of The Weirdest Dog Breeds In The World

Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terriers are one of the strangest-looking dog breeds due to their lamblike appearance. Pear-shaped skulls, trapezoidal ears, and curly sheeplike hair characterize Bedlingtons.


This breed is distinctive for its corded, black coat. Fortunately, Pulis do not shed, but washing and grooming them is time-consuming. Owners must carefully maintain their Puli's coat

Chinese Crested

The Chinese Crested needs special care because of its exposed skin. To avoid acne and sunburns, Chinese Crested owners should bathe their dogs regularly and apply sunscreen.


A hippopotamus-like snout and heavy wrinkles characterize it. Shar-Peis have wrinkles as pups, but they fade as they grow older. Not only that, but healthy Shar-Peis have bluish-black tongues

Norwegian Lundehund

The Norwegian Lundehund has six toes per foot! The dog's unusual shoulder and neck joints allow it to extend its legs straight in both directions and reach its forehead to its back.

Neapolitan Mastiff

The ancient Neapolitan Mastiff was raised to protect family and property because of its threatening look. They're smart, independent thinkers that learn fast


The Affenpinscher is mischievous and playful like a monkey, but otherwise, it's a terrier. This breed is smart, brave, and confident.