Have you ever wondered how many dog breeds there are? This question isn’t easy because some kennel organizations don’t recognize certain dog breeds. Some breed registry groups classify two separate dog breeds as one, while others think that both should be classified under different breeds.
The best thing that we can do is to come up with a general count, all the while understanding that we may be underestimating the actual number of breeds. The best number that we have right now is from the World Canine Organization, or Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI) in France. According to the FCI, there are 339 dog breeds around the world, and all these breeds can be classified under 10 categories.
These 10 categories, in addition, are based on function, purpose, size, and appearance.
Because of the sheer number of dog breeds and the confusion to the actual classification among breed groups, there are surely some dog breeds you may not be familiar with. Indeed, while walking in the park, you may come across a certain dog breed and begin asking yourself what it is, because it looks so unfamiliar.
If you’re brave enough, you might approach the owner and ask them personally. The following are the rarest dog breeds in the world.
The first rare dog breed in this list comes from South America and is the ……… Learn More On Next Page 🐶😍📺🔥➡️ ( Link Below )