These Are the 10 Rarest Dog Breeds Across America

Pyrenean Shepherd

The Pyrenean shepherd is a tiny herding breed that originated in France's hilly regions. It is recognized for its quickness and high mind.

Cesky Terrier

The Cesky terrier, originating in the Czech Republic, is a unique breed distinguished by its silky coat and placid disposition.

Sussex Spaniel

The rare Sussex spaniel is said to resemble a hybrid between a cocker spaniel and a torpedo, but you've probably never seen one.


A medium-sized hound, the Harrier resembles a beagle with a gym membership. They are closely related to another dog on this list, the English foxhound, and were originally developed in medieval England to chase hare.


The slim muscly dogs, pronounced Az-a-walk, have short fawn-colored coats and are gradually gaining appeal in the United States as companion animals.

Belgian Laekenois

The Belgian Laekenois—pronounced Lak-in-wah—is one of Belgium's four native dogs and closely linked to shepherds.

American Foxhound

They are wonderful pets, and I would suggest them to anyone, even if I'm not sure if I could handle another one emotionally (I believe I'd compare them too much).


The Sloughi, who originated in North Africa, have a centuries-long history and are recognized for their grace and loyalty.

Norwegian Lundehund 

The Norwegian Lundehund, originating in Norway, is well-known for its remarkable physical traits, which include additional toes and amazing flexibility.

English Foxhound

The adaptable and gregarious English foxhound, the rarest breed on the list, is related to the American foxhound. They were officially identified in 1909 and are known for their friendliness, socialization, and ability to work well with youngsters.

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