1. English Foxhound
This medium-sized dog was bred primarily to hunt – you guessed it – foxes! A unique cross-breed, taking qualities from Greyhounds, Fox Terriers and Bulldogs, the English Foxhound is a fast, intelligent hunter. English Foxhounds are a friendly, energetic breed, and considered gentle with other pets and children, but aren’t terribly popular in North America. Perhaps our neighbours to the south prefer sticking with their very own American Foxhound.
2. Cesky Terrier
Mixing the beloved Scottish Terrier with the Sealyham Terrier has created this oddball breed, but don’t let their unusual look fool you: the Cesky is a quiet, calm dog, perfect for families craving a relaxed pet.
3. Norwegian Lundehund
The Norwegian Lundehund is actually a very unique animal: their joints twist and turn with great ease, making it easy for this breed to fit into tiny crevices. Making the Lundehund even stranger? They have an extra, sixth toe.