The Basenji is called the barkless dog for a reason. They normally do not bark, but they can be very noisy. Their range of sounds include yodels, whine, and screams. Photo by Darren Phillip Jones. Follow Haru & Higo on Instagram.
They are generally not a good choice for owners who can only give them little to no attention. They need lots of love and care, so that they can be more friendly with people. Follow Mista Biggie on Instagram.
They can live from twelve to sixteen years. Follow Mista Biggie on Instagram.
Some Siberian Huskies might have bi-colored eyes because of their parents' or grandparents' genes. But don’t worry, it doesn't affect the doggo’s health or eyesight. Follow Max on Instagram.
They can live from 12 up to 15 years. Follow Max on Instagram.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH BULLDOGS
Photo of Porky (left) from the author. Photo of Pancho (right) from William Eduarte.
Bulldogs are genetically brachycephalic. They are short-nosed breeds, which is why they snore so much. Photo of Porky from the author.
The Frenchies like to play. They are more active than English Bulldogs. However, both enjoy spending their days relaxing on the sofa. Photo of Pancho from William Eduarte.
Also, they’re into farting! These gassy doggos have a hard time digesting food mostly because they tend to eat too fast, resulting in excess air in their intestines. Photo of Pancho from William Eduarte.
They live up to 11 to 14 years. Photo of Porky from the author.
Every doggo can be surprising in its own way. But every one of them can love their owners like a family as long as they are treated with enough love and care. You will surely get the same adoration in return, doggo style! Photo by Darren Phillip Jones. Follow Haru & Higo on Instagram.
There are more than 150 dog breeds, divided into eight classes:
sporting, hound, working, terrier, toy, non-sporting, herding, and miscellaneous.
These canines are very unique, individually. Some dog owners might even think
they already know their best friend well enough, but here are some
less than popular facts that might surprise them.