What kind of dogs do they have in china?

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These dogs with Chinese ancestry boast uniqueness found nowhere else.

  • Pekingese. The Pekingese has long been associated with the history of China and its emperors.
  • Chow Chow.
  • Chinese Crested.
  • Chinese Shar-Pei.
  • Pug.
  • Kunming Wolfdog.
  • Xiasi.
  • Manchurian Hairless.

Dog Breeds with Beards

  • Airedale Terrier: Look at at those muttonchops!
  • Miniature Schnauzer: Who can resist the bushy beard (and, seriously, the EYEBROWS) on this guy?
  • German Wirehaired Pointer: Here's a language lesson—the German word for beard is bart.
  • Brussels Griffon: This Brussels' got bristles.
  • Bearded Collie: The name says it all!

"They know a dog is a dog is a dog and they can identify their own species." "Basically, when two dogs of the same breed meet, the people tend to conclude that they recognize each other, no matter what the dogs are doing," Bright says.

And, a lot of times, humans can't even tell a what breed a dog is.


These include: floppy or drop ears i.e.dogs in the hound group such as the Dachshund), prick or erect ears i.e.West Highland White Terrier or Pinscher or Yorkshire terrier, German shepherds or Siberian Husky) and semi-pricked or cocked ears i.e.the Collie or Shetland sheepdog).


Dogs With Curly Tails

  • Basenji. The Basenji is a hunting dog from Africa.
  • Finnish Spitz. Patient, playful and intelligent, the Finnish Spitz makes a great companion for the active family.
  • Shiba Inu. Shiba Inu are small hunting dogs from Japan.
  • Norwegian Buhund.
  • Akita.
  • Chow Chow.
  • Keeshond.
  • Norwegian Elkhound.

Top 8 Dog Breeds with Floppy Ears

  • Bassett Hound. When it comes to the Basset Hound's ears, the question must be asked, how low can they go?
  • Bloodhound. Droopy eyes, long legs, and floppy ears?
  • Cocker Spaniel.
  • English Springer Spaniel.
  • Poodle.
  • Dachshund.
  • Irish Setter.

While the majority of dogs have brown eyes, you can find breeds prone to blue as well.

The golden, or amber, eye is a variation of brown, caused by less melanin - a dark brown pigment - in the iris.

Golden eyes are usually determined by genetics, with liver and merle dogs most common bearers of the trait.


However, the blue-black/purple tongue can also be found on the Shar Pei.

This is not to say that every mixed breed dog with spots of purple on the tongue is descended from Chow-Chow, as purple spots on the tongue can be found on other purebred dogs.

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