Dogs with The Weirdest Hairdo

A list of dog breeds with weirdo hairdo!!!

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The Puli is a unique breed of dog noted for its unique hairstyle, a long, corded coat. This dog is of Hungarian herding and livestock guarding dog. This hairstyle, which is similar to dreadlock, makes it waterproof.

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Pulis are solid-colored dogs and the most common coat color is black, but there are also white, gray and cream. Pulis with white coat usually has blue eyes. This dog’s coat can be trimmed short regularly for easy maintenance but the corded coat is what attracts many people to the breed. Trimming is sometimes not recommended because sometimes the cat will never grow out again.


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Poodles have the weirdest-looking hairstyle among the many breeds of dogs. Despite their odd appearance, poodles are highly intelligent dogs. They are regarded as the 2nd most intelligent breed next to the Border Collie.

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Poodles are good in many dog sports. They are originally retrievers and believed to have originated in Germany.

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Poodles are solid-colored dogs and the most common are white, black, gray and apricot. Red, blue, brown, silver and cream are also available. Most poodles have a curly, non-shedding coat and regular grooming is required.


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Like Pulis, Komondor have weird-looking coats too. The Komondor, which is much larger than Puli, is a large white-colored breed of livestock guardian dog from Hungary.

Because of their unusual hairstyle, Komondor are sometimes referred to as Mop Dogs. This powerful dog breed has a natural guarding instinct that makes it excellent livestock and other property guard.

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The unique dreadlock coat of the Komondor must have developed under a dry and extreme temperature climate. This extremely unusual coat provides superb protection against cold and hot weather for the Komondor, but is not too comfortable in wet weather.

Bergamasco Shepherd

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Like Pulis and Komondor, Bergamascos are unique for their coat. This breed of dog is distinct for its peculiar felted coat. Originally used as a herding dog, Bergamasco originated in Bergamo in the Italian Alps, hence the name.

The weird and unique coat of the Bergamasco is a normal and healthy characteristic of the breed which is characterized by 3 types of hair; abundant, mats and flocks.

Irish Water Spaniel

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This dog with an unusual-looking hairstyle (or more properly coat) is one of the rarest breeds of dog. The Irish Water Spaniel is the largest spaniel and one of the oldest. This breed, with dense curls that sheds very little originated in Ireland.

Sealyham Terrier

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The Sealyham Terrier, which originated in Wales in UK, is a unique breed of dog whose coat color is always white with marking colors of badger, brown and lemon. This dog’s distinct feature is its unusual hair growth on its face.

Portuguese Water Dog

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The Portuguese Water Dog is one of the dog breed with curly twirly coat. This unique breed of working dog came from Algarve, Portugal where it is known as Cao de Agua. This dog was taught to herd fish into fishermen’s net. It is also one of the rarest dog breeds in the world.

English Setter

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The English Setter is a unique-looking dog breed with unique coloration and coat. This dog, which is part of the Setter family, is related to the Irish Setter, Gordon Setter, Irish Red Setter and Irish White Setter. The English Setter is a retriever or gun dog is bred for a mix of athleticism durability.

South Russian Ovcharka

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The peculiar-looking South Russian Ovcharka is a dog breed believed to be related to the Puli, Komondor and Bergamasco. This large dog originated in Ukraine and is also known as Ukrainian Ovcharka or South Russian Sheepdog.

10 thoughts on “Dogs with The Weirdest Hairdo

  1. Chubskulit Rose

    With Puli, you will never know that there's a critter in there if they don't move hehehe.

  2. nova hedges

    those furry dogs are also great at the colder places because they have enough fur to keep themselves warm.

  3. jo

    Puli's hair definitely looks weird. LOL! And the name gets weirder when it's two or more. Haha! Pulis!

  4. Karen L.

    I felt so hoooot when I saw these dogs especially the komondor. But I guess they thrive in cold climates. I know Obama's dog is a Portuguese Water Dog that's why it suddenly became popular in the US.

  5. Jessica Cassidy

    Oh boy! glad that my Maggie girl does need any hair maintenance. Those are still the cutest 🙂 I bet it cost a fortune to trim them.

  6. Maria Teresa Figuerres

    I'm most interested in the Puli. How can they even see with their hair so long that it completely covers their eyes. Lol!

  7. Jonas Labagala

    Puli and Komondor really looked like mops and we do have a poodle but mixed with other breed which is a Japanese Spitz.. 😀

  8. Roger

    You guys need to add the Spanish water dog to the top of the weird hair list – proof is on Instagram -rastadogs

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