- Skye Terriers
- Pyrenean Shepherds
- Finnish Spitz
- Cesky Terriers
- American Foxhounds
- Norwegian Lundehunds
- English Foxhounds
It’s always fun to see the winners, from the classics to the trending. But why should they be the only ones getting the attention? The breeds at the bottom deserve a little love, too, so let’s take a look at some of these little-known breeds.
This red-gold hunting breed is the national dog of Finland, where it can trace its roots back thousands of years. Energetic, fearless, and friendly, these medium-sized dogs need plenty of exercise and a fenced yard.
Otherwise known as the Bohemian terrier, the Cesky is spirited and smart, and known for being more trainable than your average terrier. And if you’re wondering, it’s pronounced “chess-kee,” which means Czech. (We don’t need to tell you their country of origin!)
Bred by farmers to hunt foxes, otters, and badgers, these good-natured terriers have a long history as show dogs, too. The Skye terrier was famous in the 19th century—Queen Victoria was a fan!—but he’s pretty rare nowadays.
Love, The PetsWell Team
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