There are so many dog breeds out there, and if you’re like most people, you probably only know a handful of them. And while you may be surprised to learn that the most popular dog in the world isn’t even number one in its own country, we want to turn your attention to the rarest dog breeds in the world. These dog breeds are certainly few and far between, but their rarity is usually due to how difficult they are to find or not just because the population isn’t particularly large.
American Hairless Terrier
The American Hairless Terrier, also known as AHT is considered to be one of dog breeds that are hard to find. The lack of hair will make your home stay clean and comfortable for you. This dog breed originated from United States, so it was named after American Hairless Terrier. It was recognized by AKC on June 1st, 2016. The appearance of hairless terrier is a combination between a Jack Russell Terrier and Chihuahua. If you love small dogs with hairy coat, don’t get confused with Yorkshire Terriers or Shih Tzu dogs because they also have long coats but not like AHT.
The Japanese Chin is known for its smiling appearance, thanks to a short upper lip that gives it a distinctive expression. It’s one of few toy dog breeds that has remained popular for more than 200 years, and for good reason—this breed makes an excellent companion pet with a gentle disposition and low energy level. While it can become withdrawn and shy if left alone too often, it’s very affectionate toward family members. This adorable little dog weighs only about 6 pounds and stands 8 inches tall at maturity.open the next page to continue reading.