10 Most Beautiful Dog Breeds In The World

10 Most Beautiful Dog Breeds In The World

Top 10 Most Beautiful Dog Breeds From small, to large, to short hair and crazy
poof balls, these are the top 10 most beautiful dog breeds in the world…In my opinion and
in no particular order. Your mileage may vary. #10 Alaskan Malamute
One of the larger breeds of dogs on our list, the Alaskan Malamute is considered a working
dog. This arctic canine was originally bred for
hauling freight. This beautiful specimen has great endurance
and strength and is used as a pack dog, sled dog and pulling weight. Dogs first arrived in the Americas over 12,000
years ago. But it wasn’t until sometime between 1,000
and 4,500 years ago that Malamutes were bred. These gorgeous creatures come in a variety
of colors ranging from gray and white, sable and white, black and white, seal and white,
red and white and solid white. While some malamutes are still used as working
dogs, most are today kept as family pets. These striking beasts are great around people,
they do make great family dogs, but need a lot of time outdoors to help them expel what
seems to be an unlimited amount of energy. These dogs are also remarkable hunters, and
provided not only companionship to miners during the 1896 Klondike gold rush in Alaska,
but offered them protection and sustenance while hunting large predators like bear. The Alaskan Malamute has played a huge role
throughout history from the Klondike Rush, to World War 2 and even provided aid to Rear
Admiral Byrd during his trip to the South Pole. Because of this distinguished history, the
Alaskan Malamute was named the official state dog of Alaska in 2010. #9 Miniature Schnauzer
While the Miniature Schnauzer is not my favorite on this list, how could I not include a dog
that looks like an adorable little old man. This breed of small dog is thought to originate
from Germany sometime around the mid to late 19th century. The Miniature Schnauzer was created by cross
breeding a standard schnauzer with a smaller breed like a poodle. Though small in stature they are the epitome
of the phrase their bark is worse than their bite. They are spunky, and make good watch dogs,
but will rarely bite which makes them one of the most popular breed of dog worldwide. Originally bred to be medium-sized dogs, their
small size and high prey drive made them perfect for ratting. The AKC describes the temperament of the Miniature
Schnauzer as “alert and spirited, yet obedient to command… friendly, intelligent and willing
to please…never overaggressive or timid.” These highly playful dogs are in need of an
outlet to expend their energy, otherwise they will get inventive. One last interesting fact about the Miniature
Schnauzer is that pretty much every living Miniature Schnauzer in America can trace its
roots back to CH Dorem Display, the very first miniature schnauzer to win best in show at
the Westminster Kennel Dog Club Show. #8 Beagle
I personally have an affinity towards Beagles, mainly because I grew up watching Snoopy,
the world’s most famous beagle on television. This breed has been in existence for over
2,500 years, but the modern breed of Beagle is considered to have been developed sometime
around the 1830’s in Great Britain from several breeds that include the Talbot Hound, the
North Country Beagle, the Southern Hound and possibly the Harrier. This working dog is a scent hound and has
been primarily used for hunting. The Beagle has an amazing sense of smell and
is an incredible tracker which is why it is now used as a detection dog. A beagle like dog can be traced back to Ancient
Greece. The greek writer Xenophon of Athens described
a beagle like dog in his Treatise on Hunting. The modern Beagle showed up in the United
States sometime around 1840’s. Their size, mild temperament and lack of health
problems made them a very popular pet. Their sense of smell is considered to be one
of the best of any dog, putting them in the same category as bloodhound and basset hound. In a 13 year study of canine behavior, John
Paul Scott and John Fuller also tested the sense of smell of various dog breeds by putting
a mouse in a one acre field and then timing how long it would take each animal to find
it. Beagles found the mouse in less than a minute,
other breeds such as Fox Terriers took 15 minutes, while even others failed to find
it at all. #7 Akita Inu
The Akita or Japanese Akita is a hardy dog capable of hunting bear and deer. The Akita is a spitz breed, with heavy bones,
a bear like head, thick double coats and knuckled cat like feet. This regal canine has an impressive history
that includes Helen Keller. While many consider the Japanese Akita and
the American Akita as two different breeds, they are considered to be two varieties of
the same breed. This has caused much controversy in Japan
where the Japanese Akita was declared a Japanese Natural Monument. They are descendants of the Matagi dog, a
formidable hunting dog who’s prey included wild boar, sika deer and the asian black bear. The Matagi would corner its prey and hold
it at bay until hunters would arrive to kill it. One of the most famous Akitas was a dog named
Hachiko. Born in 1923, he would follow his master a
professor in Tokyo to a nearby train station where he would commute to work every day. When the dog was only 18 months old, its master
suffered a fatal brain haemorrage at work and didn’t return. This loyal friend would travel every day to
the train station for the next 9 years, waiting for his master to return. Hachiko’s story became known around the world
and a bronze statue was built in his honor right before his death. Because of Hachiko’s steadfast dedication
to his master, he became a symbol of loyalty to an entire nation and every April 8, since
1936, a solemn ceremony is held at Tokyo’s Shibuya railroad station to honor him. #6 Icelandic Sheep Dog
The icelandic sheep dog is another spitz type, but this time hailing from iceland, brought
there by Vikings. These beautiful pups are tough working dogs
filled to the brim with energy. They are excellent herding dogs, used not
just for herding sheep, but horses and other livestock as well. The Icelandic Sheep Dog is comfortable working
on its own and loves to figure things out, which explains their talent for finding lost
sheep. They are very loyal dogs and love being around
family. Wherever its master goes, you will see the
Icelandic Sheep Dog follow. They are inquisitive, tough and playful which
makes them great playmates for children. Graves dating back to 8,000 BC have been uncovered
in Denmark and Sweden with dogs that resemble the Icelandic sheepdog. The breed was almost lost to plague and canine
distemper when over 75% of the breed was affected and died in the late 19th century. The purebred Icelandic sheepdog has been on
the verge of extinction at least 2 more times since then, as recently as 1969. The Icelandic Dog Breeder Association was
established with the aims to preserve the breed. Thankfully they are currently meeting their
goals, or else we would be unable to witness such a beautiful creature today. #5 Golden Retriever
Probably one of my favorites on this list and its due to its temperament and disposition. Golden retrievers are described as kind, friendly
and confident. They make great family pets, especially because
they are so good with children. They are also great around strangers. Being so trusting and gentle makes them poor
guard dogs. They are also one of the most intelligent
dog breeds out there. They ranked fourth behind the Border Collie,
Poodle and German Shepherd in Stanley Coren’s The intelligence of Dogs. They are a large sized breed and were bred
to be gun dogs that would retrieve waterfowl on hunting expeditions. They got their name Retriever, because of
their ability to gently retrieve the shot game, leaving them undamaged. These opulent creatures have a dense inner
coat that gives the warmth while outdoors and an outer coat that repels water which
makes them ideal for either suburban or country environments. Because of their gentle disposition and remarkable
intelligence, the Golden Retriever makes for a perfect guide dog for the blind and hearing
dog for the deaf. They are also trained for hunting, as law
enforcement detection dogs and participate in search and rescue operations. Its registration numbers with the AKC show
it to be the third most popular family pet in the US. But keep your Golden Retriever enclosed in
a fence, because it has a natural instinct to roam and explore. #4 Bernese Mountain Dog
#4 is the Bernese Mountain dog. This working dog’s breed has its roots in
the Roman Molosser breeds. This particular breed of dog has been around
since the early 1900’s as an all purpose farm dog, bred for guarding property and herding
cattle. The breed wasn’t officially established until
1907 and wasn’t recognized by the AKC until 1937. they are a large breed, with males weighing
up to 120 lbs. The standards set for this breed are that
they are not aggressive, anxious or shy, but are good-natured, calm towards strangers and
docile. This stately breed is extremely patient with
children, even those that climb all over them. They are very affectionate and enjoy the company
of their owners. Usually creating a strong bond with just one
of them. One thing the Bernese Mountain Dog enjoys,
is pulling small cars or wagons, they are often seen in parades giving children rides. #3 Siberian Husky
I have personally owned or had a member of my family own the last 3 of the dog breeds
on this list. The Siberian Huskey is another working dog
in the spitz family. We had our own Siberian Husky named Snow,
that when we were little, would allow my 3 year old brother to ride him around like a
horse. They are closely related to the Alaskan Malamute
and Alaskan Husky and were originally bred by the chukchi people of the chukchi peninsula
in siberia. In 1908, they were brought into Nome Alaska
for sled-dog racing. Due to them being a bit smaller than their
malamute relative, they were nicknamed Siberian rats by the people of Nome. They have a thicker coat than most other breeds,
which is made up of two layers a dense undercoat and a longer topcoat that consists of short
straight guard hairs. This coat protects them from harsh winters
and reflects heat during the summer. One thing I love about the Siberian Husky
are its eyes which may be brown, blue or black, or a mash up of all three. I particularly love the ones with the piercing
blue eyes. The siberian husky is a smart breed. Described as escape artists, be prepared to
exercises these dogs a lot, otherwise you have a high energy petulant toddler like dog
bent on destroying things for fun. #2 Chow chow
The Chow Chow or just Chow, is a breed of dog that originates from Northern China. The dog is often referred to as Songshi Quan
or “puffy-lion dog” as well as Tang Quan, which means “Dog of the Tang Empire.” The Chow is one of the few ancient dog breeds
still in existence today. It is though to be the model of the Foo Dog,
one of the stone guardian dogs that stands outside of Buddhist Temples and palaces. This noble canine was used as a temple guard
in China, Mongolia and Tibet and is thought to have originated in either china over 2,000
years ago, or in Arctic Asian over 3,000 years ago. This working dog is used for herding, hunting
and guarding. One Chinese legend describes a large war dog
that looked like a black tongued lion. One Chinese ruler was said to have owned well
over 5,000 Chows. Marco Polo even wrote about his witnessing
Chows being used as sled dogs. This remarkable breed is fiercely protective
of owners and property. While the dog is good with families, it is
usually protective of just one or two members of the family. These qualities along with how beautiful they
are make them a very popular dog breed to own with over 10,000 new Chow Chows being
registered with the American Kennel Club each year. To quickly recap and give you a quick chance
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And now for our number one in our top 10 most beautiful dog breeds we have the Pomeranian #1 Pomeranian
The Pomeranian due to its small size is a toy dog breed of the spitz type. A descendant of larger spitz dogs, it hails
from the Pomerania region in Germany and Poland. Weighing in at a top weight of 7.7 lbs, they
are compact but sturdy. They are a beautiful specimen and are included
on this list and chosen in my opinion as number one due to their beautiful coats and highly
plumed tails. These diminutive creatures are friendly, playful
and lively. They also suffer from a Napoleon complex and
think they are a much bigger dog than they are, often acting aggressive towards dogs
much larger than themselves. The first member of its breed was registered
in the AKC in 1898, but wasn’t recognized until 1900. They are a very popular breed of dog owned
by royalty and celebrities since the early 18th century. Queen Victoria was instrumental in popularizing
the smaller variety of the breed, in fact during her reign, the size of the breed decreased
by half. Out of the three dogs that survived the sinking
of the Titanic, two of them were Pomeranian. Both escaping with their owners on lifeboats.

Comments (9)

  1. can you shout me out

  2. Yay my dog made it on the list (akita)??????❤❤❤❤

  3. My family claims that we used to have a chow-chow but I didn't know bc I want born yet

  4. Pomski are super cute mix of siberian husky and pomeranian

  5. I have a miniature schnauzer?

  6. My family has an alaskan malamute and pugs

  7. WAIT where is pug?!?! Btw i dont like pomeranians they are actually lil devils sometimes

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