Dogs come in sizes and looks… but these 10 dog breeds are simply funny-looking ones. Check them out!
Look at those dreadlocks. Am I seeing a Jamaican moving mop? Or this dog simply imitating Bob Marley”s signature dreadlocks? One thing is sure, this funny looking dog breed hails from Hungary.
The Puli is famous for its long, corded coat whose tight curls make it virtually water resistant. They’re energetic, intelligent and loyal. Definitely, these usually black dogs be the center of attention in your home.
2. Chinese Crested
Chinese crested usually comes out the winner in the yearly “Most Ugly Dog” contest. But to fair, they ain”t ugly at all, just exotic looking dog breed. Contrary to popular belief, Chinese Crested originated from Africa and not in China.
The breed comes in two types: with fur (Powder Puff) and the (Hairless), with silky hair on the head (the crest), tail (plume), and feet (socks).
He”s a beauty – elegant and graceful and full of surprises. This dog is, amazingly, incredibly tolerant of heat! A Chinese Crested can lie in 100-degree sun for hours – no need to wear sun block or moisturizing lotion to protect its skin.
3. Bedlington Terrier
Is this beauty disguising as a lamb just to get fair treatment from his master? Nope, this really is a funny looking dog! A native of Bedlington, England, this lamblike dog with a wedge-shaped head, triangular eyes, and wooly hair is wooly hair is perfect for allergy-prone dog owners.
4. Brussels Griffon
With its distinct, eye-catching fuzzy beards, the Brussels Griffon is definitely a stunner. Named after its city of origin: Brussels, Belgium, this terrier-like Brussels Griffon is a small dog with a big personality! Billed as a dog “full of self-importance,” the hilarious looking toy dog is proud, spunky, energetic, and comical. Even with his miniature look, he is a “bossy” dog – able to dominate other dogs.
Will somebody calls a hair stylish. This dog needs a hair makeover. The Bergamasco is another mop dog which traces its origin in the Italian Alps near Bergamo. He is a herding dog with the unusual matted coat. The coat may come in gray or silver gray to brown and black. With a funny looking dog like this, herding and guarding sheep and cattle in the Italian Alps is a fun experience.
The Xoloitzcuintli or (Xolo for short) is a breed of dog native to Mexico and Central America. Sometimes called the Mexican Hairless, the Xoloitzcuintli or (Xolo for short) is not only funny looking but also a rare breed of dog.
In their native Mexico and Central America, locals believe this dog has special “healing power”. They believe that the heat given off by their body is a cure for certain ailments.
Prized as both a companion and guard dog, Xolos may come in three sizes: toy, miniature and standard.
7. Neapolitan Mastiff
With its massive wrinkles and sags, only his master will love this funny looking dog. But don”t be deceived by its look, this gentle giant is fearless. His massive size and bestial appearance makes him an ideal guard dog. Just bear with his loud snoring, snuffling, and drooling.
8. Bull Terrier
This highly unusual looking dog made our list because of its distinctive looks – an “egg shaped” head and unique triangle-shaped eyes.
Exuberant, playful, mischievous, comical, assertive, stubborn best describes the bull terrier.
Another pride of Hungary, the Komondor is acclaimed for its long, white corded coat. What really makes this funny looking canine remarkable is its fur: reaching up to 27 cm in length, the Komondor has the thickest fur in the canine world. That’s one shaggy dog!
Dandie Dinmont Terrier
To round up our list, the plucky Dandie Dinmont Terrier can certainly bring chuckles. This rare (and quite nearly extinct) dog breed owns an elongated body, short little legs and a peculiar silken “top-knot” of hair on the head.
Adding beauty to this small dog is its large, round, wide-set eyes; a well-defined muzzle and a “scimitar” tail covered with a rather crisp double coat.