The most beautiful dogs in the world! From a tiny pomeranian to a shining golden retriever take a look at some of the most beautiful dogs on Earth!
10. Pharaoh Hound
These kingly dogs are a medium size, ranging from twenty to twenty-five inches tall and weighing as much as fifty-five pounds. Their long necks, legs, ears, and tails make it easy to guess why they’re known as “Pharaohs.” The Phoenician people are credited with spreading the breed throughout the world over two thousand years ago, and these pups made it all the way to Britain. The Pharaoh Hound is even Malta’s national breed. Since they were once rabbit hunters, it doesn’t come as a surprise that these dogs are very energetic. So, they need a lot of exercise. The recommended time to walk these dogs is for a minimum of twenty minutes twice every day. However, they need to be kept on a leash because they’re hunters at their cores. Pharaohs are reserved around people they don’t know, and they’re fairly independent, which can make training a bit challenging. But, if you have the time and energy, then this stunning breed is worth it.
Just about everybody loves the Dalmatian’s signature black-and-white spotted coat thanks to Disney’s 101 Dalmatians. These pups turn heads everywhere they go since they stand out from the crowd. The strange thing is, nobody is quite sure how this breed came to be. Various studies suggest they could’ve come from Asia, Europe, North Africa, or the British Isles. All we know for certain is that they were widely recognized off the coast of the Adriatic Sea in a place formerly called “Dalmatia.” These dogs weren’t bred for hunting or herding like others either; their American Kennel Club job description is “coach dog.” They used to run alongside carriages and guard the horses at night when their human-gypsy counterparts were traveling. Dalmatians also have fun nicknames, courtesy of the British. A couple of them include Plum Pudding Dog and Spotted Dick, as in the tasty sponge cake made with dried fruit and served with custard. Dalmatians grow about two feet high and weigh up to seventy pounds. Nowadays, you can see them trotting alongside the Budweiser Clydesdales during parades.