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IN Animals ON 01 Jul, 2015
"The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as dog."
"A man’s 3 faithful friends: an old wife, ready money and An Old Dog."
Dogs have become an integral part of man’s life. We must care for them and we do too; but still here is the list of extinct dogs, that we all miss.
This brown colored dog that has been extinct since the 19th century was involved in the birth of Modern Curly Coated Retriever and Golden Retriever. It deserves to be missed for its intelligence and athletic qualities.
As the name itself suggests it was more used as a toy and show dog but originally it was used as a sporty dog. It was also Prince Charles Spaniel Descendent. Let me tell you these dogs were sweet too.
Toy Bulldog was although not very strong in terms of physique but still admired because it was an attempt to downsize the Bulldog. Many efforts were made to make this breed a success but nothing could happen.
The Talbot was a hunter yet it needed constant care which it did not get and therefore got extinct. Besides; Talbot was counted among good-mannered breeds.
The Southern Hound has a very confusing origin. Some say it is derived from Talbot. Some say it was from Normandy. God knows what is the truth!
The Seskar Seal Dog was recently created not for the traditional purposes. But now the dog breed ceases to exist.
The Russian Tracker was fast and flexible to catch the wild animals. Its size was huge. He weighed more than 45 kg.
The Paisley Terrier was most appropriate to bestow on a lady as a friend. The dogs are otherwise also man's best friend. Isn't it worth remembering?
The Norfolk Spaniel was a dog would develop a very strong attachment with the owner but this breed was quite difficult to train. It was exceptionally good at hunting both in water and on land.
The Molossus was the breed which was used by the Anicient Greek. This extinct breed was amazing to fight tigers, lions, elephants as well as men in battle.
You would be surprised to know the inhabitants of Hawaii used the Hawaiian Poi Dog as a protector of children. It was moreover considered spiritual.