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Unique Dog Breeds You Should Adopt

Chi Hua Hua, Japanese Spitz, Labrador Retriever. These are the names of the most common domestic dog breeds adopted by dog owners. After all, they are the names of the most even tempered dogs that are suitable for domestic living. This article seeks to expand your knowledge on domestic dogs and introduce you to Unique Dog Breeds that you should adopt.

1.Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise is a tough and robust canine that is regarded as one of the world’s greatest ‘personality dogs.’ These appealing canine comedians have weathered history’s ups and downs with charm, beauty, and intellect since antiquity. A medium-sized Bichon will be around a foot tall at the shoulder.

The ancestral Bichons traveled extensively and were frequently used as trade by Italian sailors as they migrated from continent to continent due to their joyful demeanor.

The dogs were popular in Spain at the time, and it is thought that Spanish sailors brought the breed to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Their relationship with European nobility dates back to the 13th century.


Adaptable, Cheerful, Intelligent, Energetic

Life Span

Up to 15+ years

Breed Group




A Bichon Frise can range from $250 to $2500. The Bichon Frise requires constant attention and dislikes being left alone for more than a few hours. Bichons bark louder to catch their master’s attention, alerting anybody who tries to take their food and adopting an aggressive stance to ward off intruders.

The Bichon Frise is a wonderful all-around dog which is both lively and sensitive. Bichons get along with other animals nicely. They are often seen to be excellent with children.

2.Border Terrier

Border Terriers make great family pets. They typically get along well with children and are eager to please. Their hunter’s nature might see them chasing cats or other small animals but they’re usually fine around other pets, especially if they’re introduced to them at a young age.


Friendly, Adaptable, Easy to Train


12-15 years

Breed Group

Terrier Dogs


Small to Medium

The Border terrier differs from the other terrier breeds in appearance. They were developed for a less dog-aggressive disposition than terriers that hunted largely on their own, since they were naturally intended to run calmly with foxhounds.

Border Collies get along well with other dogs and can work and live together happily.

Borders aren’t huge barkers, but they’ll let you know when someone knocks. You can expect a border since they were trained to pursue foxes to the ground.

Border Terriers are bright, loyal, adaptable, and lively dogs. However, like many terriers, they may be loud, strong-willed, and prone to chasing and digging. They can be difficult to manage and are not suitable for many dog owners.

If you are looking for an intelligent dog, the Border Terrier is for you. When it comes to obedience and work intelligence, the Border Collie is the brightest canine breed. In fact, the most intellectual dog on the planet was a Border Collie who knew over 1,000 terms. Border Collies are said to have a high adaptable IQ due to their ability to learn from past mistakes.


The Bloodhound is a terrific family dog for the most part. They have a calm and affectionate attitude, which makes them a good choice for pet owners. They know how to be lazy when lying about with the family, despite the fact that they require a lot of physical exercise to keep them happy.

Bloodhounds are enormous, powerful canines that may weigh up to 110 pounds and reach 23 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder. Their most recognizable traits are a long, wrinkled face with loose skin; large, drooping ears; and warm, deep-set eyes that complete a somber dignified look. Bloodhounds, like pack dogs, love being around other dogs and children. They are laid-back, although their nose may get them into trouble on occasion. Bloodhounds are droolers, making obedience training difficult for these sensitive sleuths.


Calm, Affectionate

Life Span

10-12 years

Breed Group

Hound Group



The typical price of a bloodhound dog is between $450 and $1,200. For the average puppy, the cost is roughly $750.

The bloodhound is an animal that is peaceful, patient, dignified, and mild-mannered. He’s very amazing with kids, and he’s known for being quite patient with toddlers who climb all over him. He also gets along with other animals in general.

We hope that this article has been an insightful one for you. If you are interested to find out more about the best family dogs for your household, feel free to check out Best Family Dogs .If you have been inspired to adopt a dog because of us, do check out our monthly subscription box that contains treats, necessities and toys. If you are interested in having cute photos of your dog, feel free to check out our 1 hour photoshoot, ShootPawFun. Stay tuned for more articles and we hope to see you next week!

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