35. Central Asian Shepherd Dog
The Central Asian Shepherd God, or Central Asian Ovcharka, is the most popular breed in Russia.
34. Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog is a muscular farm dog bred in (surprise) Switzerland.
Sure, some dog breed snobs would say that the Landseer is just a black and white Newfoundland. But the Fédération Cynologique Internationale considers them their own breed, and that’s good enough for us.
32. Kangal Dog
This Turkish livestock dog is related to the Mastiff. He is suspicious of strangers, but very friendly with children.
31. Perro de Presa Canario
This dog’s name in Spanish means, ‘Canary catch dog.” This breed is relatively new to the world outside of the Canary Islands.
The Borzoi looks a bit strange, so his name is almost fitting. He’s sort of like an Irish Wolfhound, but with softer and fluffier hair.
29. Bernese Mountain Dog
This Swiss farm dog is so large that it was once used to pull carts.
This German dog is also called “The Gentle Lion,” because of its appearance and sweet temperament.
27. Maremma Sheepdog
This Tuscan sheepdog is a hard worker and great companion dog. He’s also very fluffy.
26. Black Russian Terrier
This highly intelligent hodgepodge of a dog was bred using a variety of different breeds, from the Newfoundland to the Giant Schnauzer.
25. Dogo Argentino
While Dogo Argentino sounds like some idiot trying to say “Argentine Dog,” I assure you that this is indeed a dog from Argentina. This guy is used to hunt wild boars and other big game.
24. Afghan Hound
Ah, the Afghan Hound. The dog that could be in a shampoo commercial.
The Kuvasz is an ancient Hungarian livestock dog. It has whit fur, but black skin underneath.