The 9 rarest dog breeds in the world in 2020

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By Nandini Sharma

Norwegian Lundehund : One of the rarest and most unusual dog breeds in the world are these adorable tiny puppies. Their six toes on each foot and elastic-like necks are distinctive characteristics.

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Azawakh : They have been chasing gazelle across the Sahara for decades, yet they have remained mostly unheard of outside of their own country. They were just admitted to the AKC in 2011.

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Thai Ridgeback : They are one of only three breeds with a ridge of hair on their backs that runs opposite to the direction of their coats.

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Otterhound : These rare shaggy-coated cuddle bugs were once quite popular due to their excellent hunting skills, but they now make loving household pets.

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Mudi : Mudi, called "Moodie," is a 19th-century herding breed. Curly-coated Hungarians are growing increasingly popular, especially among agility fans.

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Lagotto Romagnolo : These adorable fluffy dogs are native to Italy's Romagna area. As they were formerly used to hunt truffles, they are affectionately known as Italy's "truffle dog."

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Nederlandse Kooikerhondje : These adorable puppies are from the Netherlands and are excellent duck hunters

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Xoloitzcuintli (Mexican Hairless Dog) : Even now, even in North America, this extinct old Aztec dog of the gods is still uncommon. It was on the brink of extinction by the 1950s.

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Stabyhoun : This lovely Dutch breed is a cross between a pointer and a south-mouth retriever.

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